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Murray drops 690 places in world rankings

Former No.1 has only played three matches in past year Missing out on two grand sam events has proved costly for former British No.1 Andy

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Williams given Wimbledon seeding

Seven-times Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has been controversially seeded 25th at this year’s tournament, which starts on Monday, despite being only 183 in current world

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Babolat, the choice of champions

Founded in Lyon, France in 1875, Babolat invented racket strings. It is the oldest company in the world specialising in racket sports . The double

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A Stringers Tales

Stringing is no 9 to 5 job, writes legendary racket stringer Jim Warner The scene: Wimbledon 2012. The stringing team usually has some 100-plus rackets

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The best moment of my life

World No.72 Marco Cecchinato says beating David Goffin to set up a French Open quarter-final with Novak Djokovic is the “best moment” of his life.

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Kyrgios plans comeback

Australia’s Nick Kyrgios may have missed out at Roland Garros but he is back on court preparing for Wimbledon. Kyrgios will continue his recovery with

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del Potro the one to beat?

Could it be Juan Martin del Potro’s year? Everyone is still talking Nadal but del Potro’s 7-5 6-4 6-1 third-round defeat of Spanish clay court

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The Australian Open

Flair Dinkum Down Under The Australian Open is held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne. The tournament was first held in 1905

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Wimbledon – The British Classic

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and is widely regarded as the most prestigious. The tournament has been held at the All

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So who was Roland Garros

The name synonymous with French tennis and the French Open has a long and illustrious history – to the extent it goes way beyond the