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Simon serves it up to Chinese

Sunday Serve is Grand Slam Tennis’s weekly look back in an offbeat way, at who’s hot in tennis, or what is making the news. And

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Nadal to dip a toe into ATP “minors”

Rafael Nadal will drop down to the ATP base level as he starts the 2022 season, taking a week to test the results of a

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Paris Masters Preview: Singles

The Paris Masters is the last Masters 1000 tournament of the year, a men’s only event representing the last chance at securing a spot in

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Injury-prone Raonic puts a fork in his season

Milos Raonic on Wednesday tied a bow on his disaster 2021 season, with the Canadian calling a halt after playing just a dozen matches games

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Wawrinka, Raonic out of Indian Wells

Stan Wawrinka and Canada’s Milos Raonic have withdrawn from the Indian Wells Masters, which starts next week. Wawrinka, a former world No. 3, has struggled

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Indian Wells preview: Men’s Singles

Indian Wells preview: Men’s Singles The draw for Indian Wells brings the top players in the world, with such a storied history, many players have

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Toronto slammed as Federer, Zverev lead pullouts

The Toronto Masters was hammered by multiple high-profile pullouts on the even of the event Thursday, with knee injury victim Roger Federer and Tokyo Olympic

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Raonic injury absence extended through Wimbledon

Canadian Milos Raonic will end a fourth month of tennis inactivity after withdrawing from Wimbledon. The 2016 finalist who lost to Andy Murray in the

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Confident Tsitsipas extends winning streak

Second seed Stefanos Tsitsipas fired 20 winners to beat off the challenge of young Italian Lorenzo Sonego 6-2, 7-6(2) at the Miami Masters. “I’m playing

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Cilic luck changing after third straight win

Fortune began to smile again on former No. 3 Marin Cilic as the 2014 US Open champion finally won a third match in succession. The performance