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Roland Garros fan plan taking shape

Plans for fans at the upcoming French Open are starting to fall into place as tournament bosses cooperate with the Paris government to iron out

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Hardline Wimbledon: massive COVID fines set

Wimbledon will crack down hard on any violations of its no-nonsense COVID lockdown policy this summer, with fines of USD 20,000 waiting for any disobedient

ATP Monte Carlo Top Story

Tsitsipas struggles with COVID-era tennis

Stefanos Tsitsipas is finding COVID-era life on the ATP something of a struggle, as the Greek fourth seed begins another week of near-lockdown at the Monte Carlo

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Thiem keen to avoid overdose of ATP lockdown life

Dominic Thiem will cut his tournament schedule to avoid the lonely lockdown life, with the ATP No. 4 unwilling to put himself through the psychological wringer

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ATP may slightly deflate clay tournament bubbles

The Monte Carlo Masters might serve as a test bed for an experimental easing of the ATP tournament bubbles which are driving many players around

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Cancellation unlikely, but RG will have a pandemic vibe

With France entering a fresh lockdown for the entire month of April due to a COVID-19 surge, May’s traditional staging of Roland Garros will likely take on a

Miami Open Top Story WTA

Osaka angling for a return trip to No. 1

Naomi Osaka has a big job ahead as the Miami Masters enters its concluding week with the treble Grand Slam champion aiming to replace Ash Barty

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Virus, what virus? Isner calls for easing of Tour player bubbles

John Isner on Wednesday called for an easing to tennis quarantine bubbles, with the American suggesting that COVID cases are somehow decreasing. The controversial idea

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Djokovic fears grim tennis lockdown future

Novak Djokovic fears that once out of the relatively COVID-free environment of Australia, the ATP season could turn into a European nightmare. The world No.

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AO fans might be allowed back in by Thursday

Fans are set for a tentative return to the Australian open if no fresh COVID-19 cases pop up in the next two days. Melbourne’s Herald-Sun reported