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2015 winners Britain back in Davis Cup group stage finals

Britain booked a place in the Davis Cup Group Stage Finals with Cameron Norrie’s 6-4 6-4 win over Nicolas Mejia in Bogota on Saturday. The

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Australian Open Men’s Day 6

Andrey Rublev eased into his accustomed position in Week 2 of a major on Saturday with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-3 thrashing of Britain’s Dan Evans

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AO Men: Day 4 review

The Australian Open suffered an upset body blow on Thursday as second seed Casper Ruud was routed 6-3, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-2 by unfancied American

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Are you looking at the birds? Chardy anger at umpire’s call

Frenchman Jeremy Chardy could face a ban from tennis after he accused German chair umpire Miriam Bley of lying during his 6-4, 6-4, 6-1 loss

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Good Evans – Dan beats heat for victory

Britain’s Dan Evans battled to beat Argentine Facundo Bagnis in the Australian Open first round after a three-hour break because of extreme heat at Melbourne

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Tsitsipas tumbles Britain’s Evans in straight sets

Stefanos Tsitsipas added a notch to his leading match-win season total on Wednesday, reaching the third round of the Paris Masters 6-3, 6-4 over Brit Dan

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Duped or doped – what next for Simona?

WHAT next for Simona Halep? Accused of being being a drugs cheat after the International Tennis Integrity Agency confirmed she had tested positive for roxadustat

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Brits claim QF places in Antwerp, Stockholm

Dan Evans had it easy while and Cam Norrie did it tough as a pair of British players advanced to quarter-final spots on Wednesday at

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Irate Evans launches Davis Cup feud

Britain may have been eliminated a month ago from a spot in next month’s Davis Cup Finals, but that has not stopped national No. 2 Dan

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No more Nishikori in new ATP rankings

Former No. 4 Kei Nishikori has dropped from the ATP rankings a year after injury left him unable to compete. The 2014 US Open finalist