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Draper dumps Miami Masters due to leg injury

Brit Jack Draper was forced on Monday to pull the plug on his Miami masters participation due to the leg injury he suffered last week

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Draper dumped as injury forces IW retirement

Brit Jack Draper lasted for just 46 minutes before a lingering leg injury forced him to hand over a 6-2, 2-0 fourth-round win to top

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Murray makes quiet exit from Indian Wells

Andy Murray limped out of the Indian Wells Masters on Monday as he doubled-faulted to hand over a 7-6 (6), 6-2 fourth-round win to young

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Marathon Murray finds a shortcut to straight-sets win

Andy Murray finally found the shortcut to success after six months of three-set struggles as he dispatched Radu Albot 6-4, 6-3 on Saturday at the Indian

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Raducanu, Draper battle through for Brits

Emma Raducanu and Jack Draper put a pair of Brits into the third round of the Indian Wells Masters on Saturday, with the winning pair

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KO for Kokkinakis as Adelaide dream dissolves

Thanasi Kokkinakis’ dream of reaching a second hometown final at the Adelaide-2 event died on Friday at the hands of Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6(4), 3-6,

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Medvedev ace attack fails to subdue De Minaur

Daniil Medvedev sent down 10 aces but was unable to get past inspired Australian Alex De Minaur , who produced a 6-4, 2-6, 7-5 win

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Alcaraz wins first match as ATP No. 1

Carlos Alcaraz managed his first win more than a month and a half after earning the No. 1 ranking as the Spaniard held off fellow

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Pride on the line for No. 1 Alcaraz in Basel

Carlos Alcaraz has something to prove this week in Basel as he competes in his second tournament as world No. 1. The teenaged Spaniard, who only took over

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US Open Men’s Day 5

British tennis went nil-for two on Friday as veteran Andy Murray and newcomer Jack Draper both crashed out in the third round of the US Open. Murray’s