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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

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ITF to Swiatek: Too bad you don’t like our scheduling

The ITF’s top boss has slapped down complaints from Iga Swiatek after the world No.  1 objected to a travel-crazy calendar which would have taken

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Peng Shuai ‘protest’ at Wimbledon

Four activists wearing “Where is Peng Shuai?” T-shirts were stopped by security at Wimbledon yesterday and had their bags searched before being allowed stay at

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ATP facing calendar China crisis

Autumn Chinese events could remain off the menu again for the ATP unless authorities there change course from the current policy of mass COVID lockdown. With

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Last chance for Raducanu?

IS Emma Raducanu in the last chance coaching saloon after sacking another mentor this week? Raducanu (or is it dad Ian) has a reputation for

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Djoko saga over? Think again

IF you thought the Novak Djokovic saga was all over, done and dusted, think again. The Age newspaper in Melbourne launched a scathing attack on

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IOC told ‘don’t meet Peng Shuai’ in Beijing

The international Olympic Committee has been warned against meeting missing tennis star Peng Shuai during the 2022 Winter Olympics, as concerns grow again over the

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TA backflips over Peng protest

Tennis Australia has reversed the decision to ban Australian Open spectators from protesting against the whereabouts of former Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai. A TA

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‘Pathetic’: Navratilova blasts TA over Peng T-shirt ban

Martina Navratilova has blasted Australian Open organisers for banning T-shirts supporting Chinese player Peng Shuai. Security staff in Melbourne on Sunday asked a spectator to

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Fan told to remove Peng Shuai shirt

Tennis Australia has risked angering fans after ordering a spectator to remove a shirt that featured a message in support of Peng Shuai. Footage emerged