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Out with the old, in with the new at Laver Cup

Andre Agassi will make a return to tennis as he replaces John McEnroe as coach of Team World at the Laver Cup from next year,

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Nadal extends his shelf life with Laver Cup commitment

Rafael Nadal will extend his tennis career at least into the early autumn as the Spaniard returns to Team Europe at the upcoming Berlin edition

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Bring it on … Melbourne’s ready for another Slam

IT’S the first Grand Slam of a new year and despite no Rafa Nadal, there are plenty of challengers to world No.1 Novak Djokovic or

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Mac calls foul on AO calendar expansion

Outspoken John McEnroe has slammed the Australian Open expansion to a 15-day event as a money grab which will benefit only organiser – not players. The

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Kazakh Bublik erupts in Laver Cup boilover

Kazakh Alexander Bublik is steaming over a perceived Anglo-American bias in selecting rest of the World teams for the annual Laver Cup. The ATP No.

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Barely-there Laver Cup quietly ends with World repeat win

An all-but-anonymous edition of the Laver Cup wrapped up with a second straight win for a World side lacking in household names, with Europe going 

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Europe on the brink of second Laver loss

Team Europe was braced on Sunday for a second consecutive annual defeat in Laver Cup play after World ran up a massive 10-2 lead in Day

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Mac keeping his distance from the Open due to COVID test

Tennis motormouth John McEnroe has been missing from the US Open after revealing he has tested positive for COVID. The former ace and Long Island

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Selling out to the Saudis?

TENNIS is about to sell its soul to the Saudis – and Nick Kyrgios is loving it. Kyrgios shared his excitement that tennis stars will

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McEnroe fears Saudi tennis takeover danger

John McEnroe has warned against letting Saudi money gain a foothold in tennis, with the seven-time Grand Slam winner pointing at the Kingdom’s takeover of