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No-name WTA elites need some marketing: Bartoli

Current WTA elites have minimal name recognition out in the general public, with former player-turned-commentator Marion Bartoli concerned about the situation. The Frenchwoman who won

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Chris a winner? Eu bet he is

HE’S the new hero of men’s tennis in the US, and tipped to go deep in New York next month, but can Christopher Eubanks live

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Osaka reveals details of 2021 meltdown

Naomi Osaka has opened up about the mental health issue which led to an emotional meltdown at the French Open two years ago. Japan’s former WTA no.

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Welcome to the Last Eight Club

MAYBE it should be called the Quarters Club, because the Last Eight Club in SW19 is a little known corner of Wimbledon where those who

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On another planet

IS Nick Kyrgios for real? Flat earth, pyramids made by aliens … what has he been smoking? His hometown of Canberra has been long known

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Raducanu may need a wild card to make it into Indian Wells

Emma Raducanu could miss out of the Indian Wells Masters in California next month without the helping hand of a wild card. The No. 80 stands

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Aussies ask… Nick who?

HE may be something of a social media ‘giant’ with endless crude posts and taunts of others, but in the real world Nick Kyrgios doesn’t

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Osaka announces “I’m pregnant”

Former World No. 1 and four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka has announced on social media she is pregnant. The 25 year old Japanese withdrew

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Osaka out as expected from AO

Naomi Osaka extended her exile from the stress of tennis by withdrawing from the Australian Open, officials confirmed on Sunday. The Japanese two-time champion who

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A turn for the worse, but courts were fine

CALLS for players to consider legal action for poor court surfaces in the wake of Emma Raducanu’s injury in Auckland on Thursday have been dismissed