‘I am not retired’ Serena Williams says
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‘I am not retired’ Serena Williams says

Serena Williams on Monday said she has not retired from tennis and that the chances of her returning are “very high” after she previously indicated that she would…

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Former world number one tennis star, Halep suspended for doping
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Former world number one tennis star, Halep suspended for doping

Two-times major winner Simona Halep of Romania has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for the banned blood-booster roxadustat, the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) said on Friday.…

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Russians can compete at Australian Open, Djokovic would be welcome
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Russians can compete at Australian Open, Djokovic would be welcome

Russian and Belarusian players will be able to compete at the Australian Open as neutrals while Novak Djokovic would also be welcome to play if he can obtain…

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Like Federer’s farewell, Djokovic wants biggest rivals at his swansong
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Like Federer’s farewell, Djokovic wants biggest rivals at his swansong

Novak Djokovic said he wants his biggest rivals to be by his side when he brings the curtain down on his career, much like Roger Federer’s emotional goodbye…

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Djokovic dazzles on return to action at Laver Cup
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Djokovic dazzles on return to action at Laver Cup

Novak Djokovic produced a stunning performance to thrash Frances Tiafoe in his first match since winning Wimbledon in July then teamed up with Matteo Berrettini to put Team…

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Part of me leaves with Federer, says emotional Nadal
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Part of me leaves with Federer, says emotional Nadal

Pictures and videos of Federer and Nadal – who shared one of tennis’s most enthralling rivalries – crying together after combining for Team Europe in a doubles defeat…

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Tears flow as curtain comes down on Federer’s glittering career
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Tears flow as curtain comes down on Federer’s glittering career

Roger Federer’s trophy-laden career ended with defeat on Friday, but for once the result hardly mattered as the Swiss maestro headed into retirement with tears in his eyes…

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Federer to bow out in style with Nadal by his side
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Federer to bow out in style with Nadal by his side

Some of the most iconic moments of Roger Federer’s glittering career featured Rafa Nadal across the net but on Friday his great Spanish rival will be alongside him…

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Federer’s Retirement ‘Sad Day’ for Sport, Says Nadal
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Federer’s Retirement ‘Sad Day’ for Sport, Says Nadal

Roger Federer’s decision to retire from tennis is a “sad day” for sport, his great rival Rafael Nadal has said. Federer, a 20-time Grand Slam champion, announced on…

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Germany win first Davis Cup tie against France in 84 years
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Germany win first Davis Cup tie against France in 84 years

Germany grabbed their first Davis Cup victory over France since 1938 when Kevin Krawietz and Tim Puetz won the deciding doubles rubber in a tiebreaker in Hamburg on…

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Serena tempted to return to tennis court
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Serena tempted to return to tennis court

Serena Williams may have decided to step away from tennis but on Wednesday teased that there could be more to her illustrious career when she singled out decorated…

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Carlos Alcaraz, 19, wins US Open; youngest man to become world No. 1
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Carlos Alcaraz, 19, wins US Open; youngest man to become world No. 1

Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz claimed his maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open on Sunday and became the youngest man to ascend to the world No. 1…

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Double prize up for grabs for U.S. Open winner
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Double prize up for grabs for U.S. Open winner

  The stakes could not be higher in Sunday’s Flushing Meadows final between Spanish teenaged phenomenon Carlos Alcaraz and Norwegian Casper Ruud, with the U.S. Open trophy and…

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Tunisia’s Jabeur vows to come back swinging after crushing U.S. Open defeat
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Tunisia’s Jabeur vows to come back swinging after crushing U.S. Open defeat

Ons Jabeur struggled to hold back the tears after losing a second consecutive Grand Slam final on Saturday, but while the Tunisian said her U.S. Open defeat to…

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Sensational Swiatek downs Tunisia’s Jabeur for first U.S. Open title
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Sensational Swiatek downs Tunisia’s Jabeur for first U.S. Open title

 World number one Iga Swiatek swept to a 6-2 7-6(5) victory over Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur in the U.S. Open final on Saturday to clinch her maiden trophy at…

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Ruud into US Open final and brink of world top ranking
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Ruud into US Open final and brink of world top ranking

Casper Ruud reached the US Open final and closed in on the world number one ranking with a four-set victory over Karen Khachanov on Friday. Ruud defeated the…

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No honour for the past, Court hits out after Serena salutes
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No honour for the past, Court hits out after Serena salutes

Australian Margaret Court believes she does not get as much credit as she deserves for her 24 Grand Slam singles titles from anyone in the tennis world these…

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Williams ready to find new Serena after U.S. Open exit
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Williams ready to find new Serena after U.S. Open exit

A defiant Serena Williams bid an emotional good-bye to the U.S. Open with a third-round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic on Friday, in what may have been the last…

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Tomljanovic conflicted after beating idol Serena at U.S. Open
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Tomljanovic conflicted after beating idol Serena at U.S. Open

Ajla Tomljanovic admitted to feeling “a little bit like the villain” after she beat her idol Serena Williams on Friday at the U.S Open in what was likely…

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Serena Williams falls in third round of US Open, retirement expected
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Serena Williams falls in third round of US Open, retirement expected

Serena Williams’ dreams of a fairytale finish to her glittering career were left in ruins on Friday as the tennis icon was sent crashing out of the US…

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Nadal wins ugly U.S. Open match against Fognini
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Nadal wins ugly U.S. Open match against Fognini

Rafa Nadal overcame a horrid start and a bloody nose to beat Fabio Fognini 2-6 6-4 6-2 6-1 and reach the third round of the U.S Open on…

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