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Federer comeback plans vague but progressing

Roger Federer remains vague on the possible date for his injury return to tennis, with the sporting icon updating a Swiss lifestyle magazine on his

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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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Where’s Roger?

AS the world of tennis salivates over a new generation beginning to make their collective marks on the game, some of us from the ‘older’

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Murray fights back for Landmark victory in IW

Andy Murray fought back from losing the first set 1-6 to Taro Daniel  to join the active 700 match wins club  by taking the next

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Parity or price rise? You decide

DID Wimbledon put the prices up or down for this year’s tournament? Or has the PR ‘top spin’ of playing the equality line worked with

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Face the consequences Novak says Rafa

Standing equal with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic on 20 grand slam titles each, Rafael Nadal has challenged Novak Djokovic’s anti-vax status  stating  that the

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Novax Djokovic backlash machine firing up

Despite Tennis Australia boss Craig Tiley claiming there has been “no special opportunity following a rigorous review process involving two separate independent panels of medical

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2021 is almost over – time for new balls please!

So, this is Christmas … … And what have we done? Another year over and tennis fans have survived another turbulent year. A year that

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Serena Williams to miss Australian Open

The name of Serena Williams was absent from the entry list released today for the Australian Open next month. Williams hasn’t played since retiring from

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Federer: Don’t worry, I’ll be back

Roger Federer has conceded his recovery from surgery has taken longer than he had hoped, but still hopes to be back on court next year.