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Rafa: I couldn’t walk for two weeks

RAFA Nadal has revealed he couldn’t walk for two weeks after last year’s French Open. Nadal went down to Novak Djokovic in the semi-final and

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Tennis joint statement on Ukraine

JOINT STATEMENT BY THE INTERNATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES OF TENNIS A deep sense of distress, shock and sadness has been felt across the entire tennis community

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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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Raducanu now talking telephone numbers

The off-court deals keep rolling on for Emma Raducanu, who has just signed a $4m deal with UK mobile phone giant Vodafone. Raducanu, 19, has

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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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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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Fernandez wins top Canadian award

Leylah Annie Fernandez has been named Tennis Canada’s female player of the year after her stunning run to the US Open final in 2021. Fernandez,

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And the winner is …

Grand Slam Tennis Editor Peter Rowe has watched on as fellow contributors have reviewed the year. Now, he offers his insight into 2021, the good,

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From Novax to Emma: A year to remember

In the second of our End of Year Reviews, our tennis correspondent BILLY CURE looks at his best and most memorable moments of 2021. Best

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Triple champion Darlene Hard dies

Three-times singles champion Darlene Hard passed way on Thursday in Los Angeles at the age of 85. Hard, an ‘aggressive serve-and-volley player’, played in seven