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Nishikori ruled out for rest of 2020

Japanese star Kei Nishikori has ruled himself out for the remainder of the 2020 season after confirming he is still battling a shoulder injury. The

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Federer still top earner: check out Top 10 here

Despite injury Roger Federer is still the world’s highest paid tennis player, according to Forbes Magazine. Federer, who earned over $100 million between June 2019

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Ladies take a bow: two gutsy performances

Roger’s Roland Garros Diary Day 4 And the winner is … Two gutsy performances today by Kiki Bertens and Anna Karolina Schmiedlova. After Italy’s Sara

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You wouldn’t give those balls to a dog to chew: Dan Evans

Britain’s Dan Evans spoke of his dislike for the balls being used at the 2020 French Open after his five-set defeat to Kei Nishikori. “Some

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Marathon for Nishikori: Paris Men’s highlights

Kei Nishikori crowned his 2020 injury comeback effort with a defeat of Dan Evans to move into the second round of the French Open on

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Nishikori back to winning ways in Rome

Kei Nishikori found a winning way on his return to tennis in Rome on Monday, beating Spain’s Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) in an almost

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Nishikori out of USO with COVID-19

Former finalist Kei Nishikori of Japan on Wednesday was forced to withdraw from the US Open after a pair of positive tests for COVID-19. Asia’s

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Nishikori tests positive for 2nd time

Japan Today is reporting that Florida based 2014 US Open finalist Kei Nishikori has tested positive for coronavirus for the second time in less than

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Open entry takes another hit: Nishikori tests positive

he US Open looks set to lose a former finalist after Kei NIshikori revealed on Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. The 30-year-old

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Japanese journeymen now in doubt over tennis restart

Japanese journeymen are concerned about the possible health implications of the August tennis restart after nearly five months of COVID-19 lockdown. While national mega-names Naomi Osaka and