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Alexander Zverev teams up with David Ferrer as coach
Alexander Zverev has hired David Ferrer as a coach on a trial basis.
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Frances Tiafoe tests positive for COVID-19
Frances Tiafoe has tested positive for the coronavirus and withdrawn from the All-American Team Cup tennis tournament.
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Hundreds of fans allowed at Berlin exhibitions
Up to 800 spectators per day will be allowed at a tennis exhibition in Berlin in mid-July, even after four players tested positive for the coronavirus after playing in a similar event fronted by Novak...
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Tunisian tennis player banned 7 years for match-fixing
Tunisian tennis player Majed Kilani has been banned from professional tennis for seven years after the sport's anti-corruption body concluded he conspired to fix matches in 2016.
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Djokovic's coach positive for COVID-19
Goran Ivanisevic, Novak Djokovic's coach who attended the top-ranked player's exhibition series in Serbia and Croatia, has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Venus Williams joins World TeamTennis
Venus Williams has signed up to play World TeamTennis for the 15th time.
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Pro tennis set to resume in Australia after lockdown
Tennis players in Australia will have a chance to compete for prize money for the first time since March in a UTR pro series starting in Sydney.
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U.S. Open restores wheelchair tennis
The USTA changed its plans and now will include wheelchair competition at the scaled-down U.S. Open after athletes complained about the original decision to drop their event entirely this year.
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Novak Djokovic tests positive for COVID-19
Novak Djokovic tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part in a tennis exhibition series he organized in Serbia and Croatia.
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Virus cases at Djokovic’s event put sports under scrutiny
Novak Djokovic's charity tennis exhibition series has been followed by an increase in the number of positive cases among professional athletes.
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Borna Coric tests positive for COVID-19
Croatian tennis player Borna Coric says he has tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part in an exhibition event.
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ATP adjusting COVID-19 protocols
The ATP men's tennis tour says it is continuing to "plan and adjust" its precautions and protocols related to the coronavirus pandemic with an eye to its planned August 14 resumption of competition.
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When tennis returns: No fans, less money, rustiness
Madison Keys, the 2017 U.S. Open runner-up, has not played a real tennis match since January, so she was thrilled when a partial schedule was released for the sport's true return after its coronavirus-...
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Wheelchair players told they could play in U.S. Open
There might be wheelchair tennis competition at the 2020 U.S. Open, after all.
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World TeamTennis changes policies for COVID-19
World TeamTennis is changing two key policies related to players who test positive for COVID-19.
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Halep doesn’t ‘currently plan to play’ U.S. Open
Two-time major champion and former No. 1 Simona Halep says she does not "currently plan to play" at the 2020 U.S. Open.
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Rogers Cup pushed back to 2021
The Rogers Cup men's tennis tournament in Canada won't be played in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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What the 2020 U.S. Open will look like
Electronic line-calling will be used instead of line judges for U.S. Open matches at all courts except the two largest arenas and singles qualifying, mixed doubles, junior and wheelchair competition are...
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Gov. Cuomo gives go-ahead for U.S. Open
Andrew Cuomo says that the U.S. Open will be held in late August as part of the state's reopening from shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Barty joins players expressing concern over U.S. Open timing
Ashleigh Barty has joined the ranks of high-profile players concerned over the staging of the U.S. Open while there's still so much uncertainty amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Novak Djokovic defends packed stands for charity
There was no social distancing and few among the thousands of fans wore face masks, and Novak Djokovic approved.
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Stacey Allaster becomes U.S. Open’s first female director
Stacey Allaster is the U.S. Open's new tournament director, the first woman to hold that job at the American Grand Slam tennis tournament.
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Issues surrounding the U.S. Open
There are plenty of questions surrounding the potential event.
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Djokovic thinking of skipping U.S. Open for French prep
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic is thinking of skipping the U.S. Open, if it's played, and instead returning to competition on clay ahead of the rescheduled French Open.
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Olympic tennis spots based on post-French rankings
The tennis rankings that come out after the 2021 French Open will be used to determine who qualifies for the postponed Tokyo Olympics.
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U.S. Tennis Association eliminating 110 jobs
The group that runs the U.S. Open tennis tournament is eliminating 110 national positions and reducing travel costs over the next few years to deal with the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
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New tourney in France aimed at youngsters
A new digitally friendly tennis tournament will begin in southern France and four Top 10-ranked players are involved.
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Azarenka among stars helping Food Bank for NYC
Victoria Azarenka and Monica Puig were among 16 professional athletes competing in Peloton's All-Star Ride to help support the Food Bank for New York City.
Craybas making facemasks, shields for workers
Former tennis pro Jill Craybas and her husband are helping frontline workers by making facemasks and shields at home.
Grand Slam winners to play in new event
Australian Open champions Victoria Azarenka and Sofia Kenin and U.S. Open winners Sloane Stephens and Bianca Andreescu will take part in the Credit One Bank Invitational team tennis event in Charleston next...
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September French Open could have no fans
When, or if, the French Open is held, it's possible there could be zero, or a limited number of people allowed to attend the event.
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World TeamTennis plans to allow fans
World TeamTennis says it is planning to allow up to 500 spectators at outdoor matches during its season from July to August.
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French Open goes dark at Roland Garros
It should have been the first days of the French Open at Roland Garros. Instead, the grounds were deserted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Osaka tops Serena as top-earning female athlete
Naomi Osaka has been a Grand Slam champion and No. 1 in the WTA rankings -- and now she’s No. 1 on another list: top-earning female athlete.
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John Millman back at practice after backyard tennis
Just four matches after losing his five-setter against Roger Federer at the Australian Open, John Millman had to scramble to find a practice court.
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Complications behind merging men's, women's tennis
Mary Carillo takes a look at Roger Federer's take on combining men's and women's tennis governing bodies and explains why a merger like that wouldn't be so simple.
Carillo: 'Attendance key' to tennis' success
Mary Carillo assess tennis' future in a post-pandemic world and says it can't easily be regionalized because it's such an international sport that travels globally and competes on different surfaces.
French tennis players return to training
Nicolas Mahut once spent three days on court in the longest match in tennis history, yet even light training for one hour proved challenging for him recently.
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Serena, Venus Williams offer fans yoga tips
Serena is looking forward to getting back to competition, but Venus is looking forward to hanging out at a rooftop bar.
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French Open may be held without fans
The president of the French Tennis Federation says holding the French Open without fans later this year is an option.
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King lobbies to unite men's, women's tennis
Billie Jean King explains to Kathryn Tappen how she continues to lobby for men's and women's tennis to unite and details what would lead to it happening.
King tennis center used as COVID-19 hospital
Tennis superstar Billie Jean King sits down wtih Kathryn Tappen to discuss why she decided to use the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center as a hospital for COVID-19 and other medical emergencies.
Australian Open considering contingency plans
The head of the Australian Open says various contingency plans are being considered for the Grand Slam tournament scheduled for January 2021.
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Novak Djokovic mistakenly allowed to train
The tennis club where Novak Djokovic broke confinement rules in Spain said it mistakenly allowed the top-ranked Serb to practice and apologized for the error.
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Tennis plans virus-related financial fund
The governing bodies of tennis are launching a fund of more than $6 million aimed at lessening the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Egyptian tennis pro joins brother with lifetime ban
A 21-year-old Egyptian professional tennis player once ranked in the top 300 was banned for life - just like his older brother was in 2018 - after an investigation found evidence of match-fixing.
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World TeamTennis aims for matches in one city
World TeamTennis is in discussions with several cities in an attempt to find one to host the league's full nine-team schedule in one venue without spectators amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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