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All eyes on Pegula

COULD it be America’s year at the US Open? Certainly in the women’s singles it could be with Jessica Pegula hitting form at the right

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Mis-firing Alcaraz makes his Toronto exit

Frustration boiled over for Carlos Alcaraz on Friday as the world No. 1 crashed out in the quarter-finals of the Toronto Masters 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 to

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Alcaraz opens Toronto account with win

Carlos Alcaraz earned his first career victory in Canada on Wednesday, taking just 56 minutes to defeat American Ben Shelton 6-3, 7-6 (3) to reach

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Alcaraz looks to Toronto for more summer success

Carlos Alcaraz will return to the hotbed of ATP competition from Monday’s start of the Toronto Masters, with the Spanish prodigy still coming to grips

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Chris a winner? Eu bet he is

HE’S the new hero of men’s tennis in the US, and tipped to go deep in New York next month, but can Christopher Eubanks live

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Casper completes comeback for Hamburg quarter-final spot

Casper Ruud turned the tables on a troublesome opponent to move into the quarter-finals of the ATP hamburg clay event on Thursday, coming back for a

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Uncle Toni points to Rafa injury return

Toni Nadal threw some raw meat to hungry fans as the former coach of the Spanish icon suggested that his nephew is recovering steadily from the

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Djokovic all at sea as he copes with Wimbledon fallout

Novak Djokovic has gone all nautical as the 23-time Grand Slam winner laments the Wimbledon loss this month which prevented him from adding to his

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Mouratoglou: Djokovic fighting to maintain his unbeatable aura

Novak Djokovic may no longer be the unbreakable monster of tennis, with French coach Patrick Mouratoglou hinting that the Serb’s fear factor for opponent could be slipping.

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Anyone for a kebab?

CARLOS Alcaraz may have just picked up £2.35 million for beating Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final, but the 20-year-old new superstar of tennis headed