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Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying
With a spot in the main draw on the line, Eugenie Bouchard lost to Martina Trevisan.
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Humbert and Paire set up all-French final in Auckland
Unseeded Ugo Humbert will play fifth-seeded Benoit Paire in an all-French final of the ASB Classic.
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Rybakina, Zhang advance to Hobart International final
Elena Rybakina twice received on-court treatment late in the third set and still beat British qualifier Heather Watson in the semifinals of the Hobart International.
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Top-ranked Barty advances to Adelaide International final
World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty came from a set down to beat American Danielle Collins in the Adelaide International semifinals.
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Federer figures Nadal, Djokovic will pass him
Roger Federer is sure that Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will surpass his men's record for most Grand Slam singles titles.
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Muguruza withdraws from Hobart due to illness
Two-time major winner Garbine Muguruza has withdrawn from her quarterfinal match at the Hobart International due to a viral illness.
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Halep beaten by Sabalenka in Adelaide quarterfinals
Aryna Sabalenka has beaten second-seeded and two-time Grand Slam champion Simona Halep in the quarterfinals of the Adelaide International at Memorial Drive.
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de Minaur out of Aussie Open with abdominal strain
Alex de Minaur withdrew from the Australian Open due to an abdominal strain.
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Isner wins, Shapovalov loses at ASB Classic
Two-time champion John Isner edged Briton Kyle Edmund to reach the semifinals of the ASB Classic.
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Ashleigh Barty advances to Adelaide semifinals
French Open final opponents Ashleigh Barty and Marketa Vondrousova delivered the same outcome at the Adelaide International.
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Serena highlights U.S. Fed Cup roster
Serena Williams will be part of the U.S. team for its Fed Cup qualifier against Latvia, the U.S. Tennis Association announced.
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Kerber out of Adelaide due to lower-back injury
Former Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber sustained a lower back injury and retired from her Adelaide International match.
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Isner outlasts Sandgren at ASB Classic
Two-time champion John Isner beat defending champion Tennys Sandgren in an all-American second round match as the ASB Classic.
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Top-ranked doubles player Farah tests positive
Top-ranked doubles player Robert Farah says he tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid.
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Nicolas Jarry suspended for doping
Nicolas Jarry of Chile was suspended for a doping violation during the Davis Cup Finals in November. He contends the positive test is the result of tainted multivitamins.
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Sania Mirza wins in return after more than two years
Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has won her first doubles match since returning to the WTA Tour following the birth of her son.
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Kyle Edmund wins amid rain delays at Auckland
Kyle Edmund outlasted wildcard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in a first-round match at the ASB Classic which stretched over almost 7-1/2 hours because of rain delays.
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Wildfires affecting Australian Open
Smoke haze and poor air quality caused by wildfires temporarily suspended practice sessions for the Australian Open on Tuesday.
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Wozniacki withdraws ahead of Australian Open
Caroline Wozniacki will have no further preparation before her final career appearance at the Australian Open after withdrawing from the traditional warm-up tournament.
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Alex de Minaur forced out of Adelaide International
Top-seeded Alex de Minaur was forced out of the Adelaide International with an abdominal strain.
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Nadal urges organizers to compromise on World Cup
Rafael Nadal won a revamped Davis Cup in November and he reached Sunday's final of the ATP Cup, the new international team competition.
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Karolina Pliskova wins Brisbane final
Karolina Pliskova won her third Brisbane International title in four years with a victory over Madison Keys.
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Alexandrova beats Rybakina to claim maiden WTA title
Ekaterina Alexandrova won her first WTA Tour title as she defeated Elena Rybakina in the Shenzhen Open final.
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Sandgren wins first round match in Auckland
Defending champion Tennys Sandgren of the United States is into the second round of the ASB Classic, beating New Zealand doubles specialist Michael Venus.
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Djokovic leads Serbia over Spain in ATP Cup
Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal, again, in a must-win match to keep Serbia in contention. Then he went back on court with long-time friend Viktor Troicki to clinch the very first ATP Cup.
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Serena Williams snaps three-year title drought
Serena Williams donated more than $40,000 to the victims of the Australian wildfires as she ended a three-year title drought on Sunday.
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Nadal leads Spain into ATP Cup final vs Djokovic’s Serbia
Rafael Nadal was coming off a really late night, and was determined to finish work before midnight on the eve of the inaugural ATP Cup final against Serbia.
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Keys rallies to beat Kvitova in Brisbane
Madison Keys came from a break and set down to beat two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the Brisbane International semifinals on Saturday.
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Djokovic’s win puts Serbia into ATP Cup final
Novak Djokovic beat Daniil Medvedev to secure Serbia's win over Russia and a spot in the final of the new ATP Cup.
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Alexandrova through to her second WTA Tour final
Ekaterina Alexandrova made it to her second WTA Tour final by beating Garbine Muguruza at the Shenzhen Open.
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Spain edges Belgium to reach ATP Cup semifinals
Rafael Nadal lost a singles match for only the second time since July, and was two points from another defeat not long after that would have ended Spain's run at the ATP Cup.
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Djokovic gets home-crowd feel in Sydney
Novak Djokovic was distracted by replays of his comeback win over Canadian opponent Denis Shapovalov that secured Serbia's place in the ATP Cup semifinals.
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Osaka, Kvitova, Keys into Brisbane semifinals
Defending Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka, two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and Madison Keys won quarterfinal matches at the Brisbane International.
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Serena, Wozniacki reach Auckland semis
Top-seed Serena Williams struggled with a swirling breeze before beating Germany's Laura Siegemund to reach the semifinals of the ASB Classic.
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Djokovic tops Shapovalov, leads Serbia into ATP semis
Novak Djokovic had an almost full house on his side at Ken Rosewell Arena, and felt like he needed to be a responsible host for his guests.
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Garbiñe Muguruza advances to Shenzhen Open semis
Sixth-seeded Garbine Muguruza advanced to the semifinals at the Shenzhen Open by beating Zarina Diyas.
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Kyrgios, de Minaur get Aussies into ATP Cup semis
A euphoric Nick Kyrgios lifted Alex de Minaur over his shoulder and carried him off the court
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Medvedev wins QF for Russia; Australia beats Britain
Daniil Medvedev was docked a point for twice banging the umpire's chair with his racket in a heated second set before he recovered to secure Russia's semifinal spot at the ATP Cup with a win over Argentine...
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Serena stretched by McHale but wins again
Serena Williams had her toughest workout of 2020 before beating fellow American Christina McHale to advance to the quarterfinals of the ASB Classic.
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Ashleigh Barty party doesn’t last long at Brisbane
World No. 1 Ash Barty's new year has started with an upset loss to American qualifier Jennifer Brady.
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Serena, Wozniacki win in Auckland
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki prolong their one-time-only doubles partnership by advancing to the semifinals of the ASB Classic.
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Muguruza advances to Shenzhen Open quarters
Former world No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza defeats Shelby Rogers to advance to the quarterfinals of Shenzhen Open.
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Keys beats Stosur at Brisbane International
Madison Keys beat Samantha Stosur to be among three Americans with second-round wins at the Brisbane International.
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Spain into ATP Cup quarters after Bautista Agut victory
Spain advanced to the quarterfinals of the ATP Cup even before Rafael Nadal stepped on to the court Wednesday at the Perth Arena.
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Man who stabbed Kvitova gets sentence increased
An appeals court in the Czech Republic upheld the lower court conviction and increased his sentence from eight to 11 years in prison.
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Russia, Australia, Serbia, Britain into ATP Cup quarters
Daniil Medvedev helped Russia to a 3-0 sweep of its pool matches to join Australia, Serbia and Britain in the quarterfinals of the inaugural ATP Cup.
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Osaka wins 1st-round match at Brisbane
Naomi Osaka got an extended workout in her opening match at the Brisbane International, just two weeks away from the defense of her Australia Open title.
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