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Monfils reapears after long injury absence

After an injury absence of more than half a year, Gael Monfils is due to reappear as the Indian Wells Masters begins this week. The extravaganza in

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Sinner seeking quick revenge over Tsitsipas

Jannik Sinner lined up a chance at near-instant revenge as he moved into a second round showdown with top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas on Wednesday at the

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Monfils pulls from Rotterdam as return hopes fade

Hope of Gael Monfils ending what is now a six-month absence from tennis and return to the courts faded further as the Frenchman pulled out

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Svitolina pleads with Wimbledon: Keep the ban on Russia, Belarus players

Ukrainian Elina Svitolina has pleaded with Wimbledon to extend last summer’s ban on the entry of Russian and Belarus players as the invasion of Ukraine

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The man who changed tennis

LEGENDARY coach Nick Bollettieri passed away last week, aged 91. Many younger teens fans will ask: who was Nick Bollettieri? Well, in a few shorts

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Monfils will be a strategic absentee from Australia

Gael Monfils will extend his ATP injury absence into the start of 2023, with the popular French showman set to miss January’s Australian Open. The absence

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Svitolina, Monfils debut newborn Skai

New parents Elina Svitolina and Gael Monfils have gone on social media to announce the birth of their son. The Swiss-based Ukrainian-French tennis pair kept

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Injured Monfils out of US Open

Gael Monfils withdrew on Wednesday from the US Open after a foot injury sustained last week at the Montreal Masters proved to be more serious

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Monfils will be missing at Wimbledon

The ATP No. 23 last  competed in Rome on May 3 when he lost to Novak Djokovic in the second round. Monfils, whose tennis wide Elina

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Norrie title defence still alive – Alcaraz next

British No. 1 Cameron  Norrie continued  the defence his Indian Wells Masters  title with a  solid 6-2, 6-4 win over Jenson Brooksby. The world No.