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Double Delight for Hurkacz in Metz

World number 13 Hubert Hurkacz  today won his first indoor singles title, and his first outside the United States with a 7-6 (7-2) 6-3 in

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Hurkacz aims for PCB revenge in Metz final

Hubert Hurkacz will have a chance to settle a recent score against Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta when the pair meet in Sunday’s final at the

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Players ready to exploit Djokovic fatal flaw: Wilander

Novak Djokovic’s failure to fire at the recent Olympics has put a target on his back, with the Serb now vulnerable as the US Open begins.

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No. 1 seeds sweep through into Cincy semis

Daniil Medvedev and Ash Barty tolerated no opposition in a pair of straight set wins which sent the men’s and women’s top seeds into the semi-finals of

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story

PCB dumps Djokovic in bronze medal match

Novak Djokovic trashed a racquet in the third set on his way out of the Tokyo Olympic bronze-medal match as the Serb lost his third match in

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story

Games hand Djokovic a double disappointment

The universe clapped back at Novak Djokovic on Friday at the Tokyo Olympics with the formerly formidable Serb losing twice on the day for his

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story

Dominant Djokovic reaches Games semi-finals

Novak Djokovic allowed Japan’s Kei Nishikori just two games during Thursday’s overpowering performance into the Tokyo Olympic semi-finals. The Serb world No. 1 who is bidding to

ATP Hamburg Top Story

PCB powers to Hamburg title

Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta left luckless Serb Filip Krajinovic winless in four career ATP finals with a 6-4, 6-2 Sunday defeat in Hamburg. The second-seeded

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PCB to face Krajinovic for Hamburg title

Second seed Pablo Carreno Busta will take on Serb Filip Krajinovic in Sunday’s final at the Hamburg Open after both produced straight-set wins. The Spaniard defeated Argentine

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Tsitsipas wrecks racquet on way to Hamburg loss

The head of his racquet broke off seconds after swiping it in anger at the clay as top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas stumbled to a 3-6,