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Italian Starace banned for for ten years and life ban for Bracciali

Players found to have breached anti-corruption rules. Italian tennis star Daniele Bracciali has been banned for life after the Tennis Integrity Unit found him guilty

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It’s war – tennis giants go head to head

The ATP and Tennis Australia officials are ploughing ahead with what looks like a major scheduling clash with the International Tennis Federation’s Davis Cup, with

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Serena Williams delays return to WTA tour and may not play again this year

The much anticipated return of Serena Williams to the WTA Tour  did not happen in  Beijing today, and casts doubt whether she will play again

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Roger Parker catches up with Novak in New York

Our exclusive interview with the world No.6 seed ahead of the US Open As I was setting up my laptop and cameras in the photographer’s

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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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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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Our tips for the French Open Men’s title

Who might topple Nadal in 2018? Publisher Roger Parker suggest a few names that could push the Spaniard all the way. Cilic, Xverev, Djokovic –

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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

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Nadal still the one to watch

The lobby of the Crown Towers in Melbourne the morning after Rafael Nadal had been forced to retire from the Australian Open in January, was