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Djokovic wins World Sportsman of the Year
Novak Djokovic was among the winners at the Laureus World Sports Awards.
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Cecchinato beats Schwartzman in Argentina Open final
Third-seeded Marco Cecchinato of Italy won the Argentina Open final, taking his third career title and disappointing home crowd favorite Diego Schwartzman.
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Opelka edges Isner to reach New York Open final
Reilly Opelka edged top-seeded John Isner in the semifinals of the New York Open in a match that set a record for combined aces in three sets.
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Mertens upsets Halep in Qatar Open final
Unseeded Elise Mertens came from a set and a break down to beat recent No. 1 Simona Halep in the Qatar Open final.
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Thiem advances in Argentina; Ferrer out
Top-seeded defending champion Dominic Thiem of Austria advanced to the Argentina Open quarterfinals by beating Germany's Maximilian Marterer.
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Tiafoe upset in first match since Australia
Frances Tiafoe lost his first match since the Australian Open quarterfinals, falling to Jason Jung of Taiwan in the second round of the New York Open.
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Isner gets first 2019 win at New York Open
John Isner snapped a six-match losing streak, beating Bernard Tomic in the second round of the New York Open.
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Fabio Fognini out of Argentina Open
Second-seeded Italian Fabio Fognini was eliminated from the Argentina Open by Spain's Jaume Munar in the round of 16.
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Tsonga wins Open Sud de France over Herbert
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga defeated Pierre-Hugues Herbert in an all-French final of the Open Sud de France to win his 17th career title.
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Opelka ousts Mannarino at New York Open
Reilly Opelka ousted No. 5 seed and 2018 semifinalist Adrian Mannarino of France at the New York Open.
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Richmond leaders approve renaming street after Arthur Ashe
The Richmond City Council has approved a proposal to rename a historic street after tennis champion Arthur Ashe.
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Nicolas Jarry loses at Argentina Open
No. 6 seed Nicolas Jarry of Chile was eliminated in the first round of the Argentina Open.
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Osaka splits with coach after second major title
Naomi Osaka surprisingly split from coach Sascha Bajin, a little more than two weeks after she won the Australian Open for and moved to No. 1.
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Blackface turmoil comes amid bid to honor Arthur Ashe
A movement to rename a Virginia thoroughfare for Arthur Ashe Jr. is cresting just as the state finds itself in turmoil over a blackface scandals.
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Herbert, Tsonga win semifinals to set up all-French final
French countrymen Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will face off for the Open Sud de France title.
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Anderson out of New York Open with injury
Defending champion Kevin Anderson has withdrawn from the New York Open because of a right elbow injury.
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Baghdatis beats Pouille at Open Sud de France
Veteran Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus beat top-seeded Frenchman Lucas Pouille to reach the Open Sud de France quarterfinals.
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Berdych tops Paire at Open Sud de France
Former champion Tomas Berdych swept aside Benoit Paire in less than an hour to reach the Open Sud de France quarterfinals.
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Kvitova testifies at trial of suspect in attack
Australian Open finalist Petra Kvitova has testified in the Czech Republic at the trial of the man who allegedly knifed her in her home.
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Tsonga recovers to reach second round at Open Sud de France
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga rallied from a set down to beat fellow Frenchman Ugo Humbert in the first round of the Open Sud de France.
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Tomas Berdych enjoys winning return to Open Sud de France
Tomas Berdych made a winning return to the Open Sud de France with a victory over Matthias Bachinger.
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Bertens beats Vekic to win St. Petersburg title
Kiki Bertens won her third title in six months by beating Donna Vekic in the final of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy.
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Bertens will face Vekic in St. Petersburg final
Kiki Bertens will face Donna Vekic in the final of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy.
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Yastremska beats Muguruza, reaches Thailand semis
Ukrainian teenager Dayana Yastremska advanced to the semifinals at the Thailand Open by beating Garbine Muguruza.
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Petra Kvitova loses to Donna Vekic in St. Petersburg
Petra Kvitova was eliminated from the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy after losing to Donna Vekic in the quarterfinals.
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Connecticut Open leaving New Haven
The Connecticut Open tennis tournament is leaving New Haven after a 21-year run in the city.
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Bertens beats Bonaventure in St. Petersburg opener
Kiki Bertens and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova are set for a rematch of their Australian Open encounter after both reached the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy quarterfinals.
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Keys, Collins among U.S. Fed Cup team
No. 17 Madison Keys and No. 23 Danielle Collins will lead the U.S. Fed Cup team against Australia next month.
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Kvitova beats Azarenka in St. Petersburg
Australian Open finalist Petra Kvitova finally beat Victoria Azarenka in the second round of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy.
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Muguruza beats Barthel in straight sets at Thailand Open
Garbine Muguruza rallied to beat Mona Barthel in the second round of the Thailand Open.
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Svitolina in Fed Cup dispute with Ukraine tennis officials
Australian Open quarterfinalist Elina Svitolina is in a dispute with the Ukrainian Tennis Federation and has withdrawn from her country's Fed Cup team.
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U.S. qualifier Brady upsets Garcia at Thailand Open
American qualifier Jennifer Brady upset Caroline Garcia of France in the first round of the Thailand Open.
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Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt slams Davis Cup changes
Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt is not happy about the new format beginning this year for the Davis Cup.
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Andy Murray undergoes hip operation
Andy Murray did have a second hip operation, after all, getting a metal implant one year after his first procedure on the joint.
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Naomi Osaka is Asia’s first No. 1 in tennis
Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka is the first player from Asia to top the men’s or women’s tennis rankings.
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Sharapova earns first WTA match win in Russia in 13 years
Maria Sharapova earned her first WTA win in her native Russia in 13 years after beating Daria Gavrilova at the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy.
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Naomi Osaka wins Australian Open
Naomi Osaka edged Petra Kvitova in three sets to win the Australian Open for a second consecutive Grand Slam title.
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No. 1 Djokovic to face No. 2 Nadal for Australian Open title
Rafael Nadal is the only person standing between Novak Djokovic and a record seventh Australian Open title.
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Nadal tops Tsitsipas for fifth Aussie final
Add Stefanos Tsitsipas to the list of youngsters Rafael Nadal has bullied on his way to his fifth final at Melbourne Park and 25th at all Grand Slam tournaments.
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Osaka-Kvitova for Aussie Open title, No. 1
Naomi Osaka never made it past the fourth round at any of the first 10 Grand Slam tournaments of her career. Now, still just 21, she's suddenly on the verge of a second consecutive major championship.
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Collins wishes roof stayed open at Australian Open
The way Danielle Collins looks at it, the end of her surprising run at Melbourne Park was something of an open-and-shut case.
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Osaka beats Pliskova; faces Kvitova in Aussie final
Naomi Osaka is one win away from adding the Australian Open trophy to her U.S. Open title.
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Two years after stabbing, Kvitova into Aussie final
No. 7 seed Petra Kvitova surged to a semifinal victory over 35th-ranked American Danielle Collins.
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Djokovic moves on after Nishikori (leg) retires
Novak Djokovic nearly had a two-set lead when Kei Nishikori retired from the match due to a sore right leg.
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Lucas Pouille reaches Australian Open semis
Lucas Pouille had lost every Australian Open match he played until he hired Amelie Mauresmo. Months later, he's into a Grand Slam semifinal for the first time.
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Serena falls to Pliskova in Aussie quarters
Serena Williams fell in three sets to Karolina Pliskova, failing to advance to the semifinals at the Australian Open.
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Tiafoe’s Australia run ended by Nadal
Rafael Nadal is back to feeling healthy, so it's no coincidence that he's back in the Australian Open semifinals.
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