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Lehecka Czechs out to send FAA to Madrid finals

Felix Auger-Aliassime received another stroke of luck on Friday as he advanced to the Madrid Masters finals after a second straight fluke win on the

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Rublev runs down Fritz for Madrid finals place

Andrey Rublev pounded 20 winners as he eliminated Taylor Fritz 6-4, 6-3  in Madrid to move into his fifth final at the ATP Masters level. The

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Sinner pulls from Madrid injured

The Madrid Masters lost a third major drawcard in 24 hours on Wednesday, with world No. 2 Jannik Sinner forced to withdraw with hip pain.

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Nadal exits Madrid in an emotional last match

Rafael Nadal played his final match at the Madrid Masters on Tuesday with the king of clay going out in the fourth-round to Czech Jiri

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Nadal struggles but finds a way to win

Rafael Nadal needed more than three hours to complete his most impressive recent fightback, with the Spaniard thrilling a home crowd with a win into

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Unstoppable Sinner sweeps to 19th win on the trot

Jannik Sinner laid down a marker at the Indian Wells Masters on Thursday, earning his 19th consecutive match wins  to power into the quarter-finals with a

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Dubai dinged by untimely retirements

Injury retirements marred a pair of quarter-finals at the ATP Dubai event on Thursday, with Jiri Lehecka and Sebastien Korda both unable to finish their

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AO Men’s singles: Day 5 round-up

Seeds Alexander Zverev and Casper Ruud finished up four hour-plus marathons at almost exactly the same time to advance. Tournament No. 6 Zverev fought off

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Draper denied a breakthrough first title

Jiri Lehecka spoiled the winning scenario for Brit Jack Draper with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 comeback which handed him a first career title with success at

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Djokovic wrist niggle not a worry for United Cup quarters

Novak Djokovic has shrugged off a minor right wrist complaint and said on Tuesday he will be ready in less than 24 hours when Serbia