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Keys unlocks an upset with defeat of Gauff

Madison Keys sprang an upset on third seed Coco Guff on Monday as she won a battle of US Open champions 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-4 for a

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Rybakina leads seeds into Abu Dhabi semis

Former Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina needed a mere 64 minutes to power into the Abu Dhabi semi-finals as she crushed lucky loser Cristina Bucsa 6-1,

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Raducanu one and done in Abu Dhabi

Wild card Emma Raducanu failed to find a place in the Abu Dhabi Open quarter-finals as she was beaten by second seed Ons Jabeur. 21-year-old

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Draper starts again with a win in Adelaide

Brit Jack Draper began on familiar ground as the youngster reached the second round of the Adelaide International on Monday. The No. 62 powered down

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US Open Women’s Day 3

Coco Gauff won a battle of teenagers on Wednesday to reach the third round of the US Open as she beat Mirra Andreeva 6-3, 6-2

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Wimbledon Women’s Day 8

Elena Rybakina needed just 27 minutes on court Monday as Wimbledon’s week 2 began with a win for the titleholder as tearful Beatriz Haddad Maia

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Wimbledon Women’s Day 6

Australian Open winner Aryna Sabalenka won her 15th Grand Slam match of the season on Saturday, dispatching Anna Blinkova 6-2, 6-3 for a second-week place at

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“Play is continuous” despite Nottingham incident

This week’s Nottingham WTA event will carry on despite a lockdown in the British city following a motorised rampage early Tuesday morning which killed three pedestrians

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Beatriz breakout puts Brazilian in the semis

Beatriz Hadda Maia made history for Brazil on Wednesday as she took down seventh seed Ons Jabeur 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-1 to book a surprise semi-final

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WTA marathons breaking out in Dubai

Two-marathon matches in two days have turned the WTA Dubai event into a serial record-breaker. The trend began on Sunday’s opening day, with Liudmila Samsonova