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Andy Murray enters challenger event in Italy
Andy Murray has entered a lower-tier challenger tournament in Italy next month after withdrawing from the Australian Open with the coronavirus.
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With quarantines almost over, tennis set to start Down Under
With a coronavirus-enforced quarantine coming to an end, the world’s elite tennis players will go from two of the quietest weeks of their lives in Australia to three of the busiest. The government-mandated...
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Serbia vs. Germany, Canada in ATP Cup group play
Novak Djokovic and his defending champion Serbia squad will play Germany and Canada in group play at the ATP Cup from Feb. 1-5 at Melbourne Park.
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Ash Barty to make return in Adelaide
Ash Barty is set to return to the tennis court for something other than practice for the first time in 11 months.
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Spanish tennis player says she tested positive for COVID-19
Paula Badosa says she tested positive for COVID-19, after potentially being exposed to the coronavirus on an Australian Open charter flight.
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Houston event off as men’s tennis tour makes schedule tweaks
The U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship in Houston was canceled for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic, part of a series of changes to the men's tennis calendar by the ATP.
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3 more COVID-19 cases linked to Australian Open, total is 10
Three more people linked to the Australian Open have tested positive for COVID-19 in Melbourne, increasing the current total to 10.
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Players getting on with life in Australia
Players in lockdown are figuring out ways to keep themselves fit within the confines of Melbourne hotel rooms as they prepare for the Australian Open.
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Davis Cup Finals up to 11 days in 2021, could be in 3 cities
The Davis Cup Finals will expand to 11 days from seven in 2021, and the International Tennis Federation is considering holding the competition in three European cities instead of just Madrid.
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Australian Open: 72 players in lockdown
The number of players in hard quarantine swelled to 72 ahead of the Australian Open after a fifth positive coronavirus test was returned from the charter flights.
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Bianca Andreescu in quarantine; coach tests positive
The coach of Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu has tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving in Melbourne for the Australian Open.
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Report: Australian Open arrivals hit by positive COVID tests
The Australian Open is set to start Feb. 8, three weeks later than usual because of COVID-19 quarantining protocols.
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Sandgren gets OK to fly to Australia despite COVID-19 result
Tennys Sandgren forced an early clarification of the COVID-19 rules as the first of 15 charter flights began flying Down Under to deliver players for the Australian Open.
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Aryna Sabalenka wins 3rd straight title in Abu Dhabi
Aryna Sabalenka won her third straight tour title and 15th straight match by beating Veronika Kudermetova in the Abu Dhabi Open final.
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Hurkacz wins 2nd title, beating Korda in Delray Beach Open
Hubert Hurkacz was too good for Sebastian Korda in the final at the Delray Beach Open on his way to winning his second career ATP Tour title.
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Australian Open qualifying complete; 15 charters to arrive
Thousands of miles away from Melbourne, the qualifying tournament has been completed for the Australian Open, with 16 men and 16 women set to join the singles main draw beginning Feb. 8.
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Sabalenka reaches Abu Dhabi final after 14th straight win
Aryna Sabalenka reached the final of the Abu Dhabi Open after winning her 14th straight match and will face Veronika Kudermetova for the first WTA title of the year.
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Hurkacz reaches Delray Beach Open final by beating Harrison
No. 4-seeded Hubert Hurkacz advanced to his second career ATP Tour final by beating American qualifier Christian Harrison at the Delray Beach Open.
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Christian Harrison advances to Delray Beach semis
American Christian Harrison beat Italy's Gianluca Mager at the Delray Beach Open to grab his first career quarterfinal win.
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2 COVID-19 cases at Australian Open qualifying event in Doha
Two players have been withdrawn from an Australian Open qualifying tournament in Doha and put into hotel quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.
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Isner says he’ll skip Australian Open because of COVID-19
The former top 10 player said making the trip to Australia would require too much time away from his family.
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Kenin, Svitolina lose in Abu Dhabi quarters
Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin and second-seeded Elina Svitolina were eliminated from the season-opening Abu Dhabi Open.
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Tiafoe beats Fratangelois at Delray Beach
Frances Tiafoe gained momentum in his bid for another Delray Beach Open title by winning a seesaw match against fellow American Bjorn Fratangelois.
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Kenin beats Putintseva in Abu Dhabi
Sofia Kenin of the United States came back from match point down to beat Yulia Putintseva and reach the quarterfinals of the Abu Dhabi Open.
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Harrison upsets Garin at Delray Beach
American qualifier Christian Harrison upset top-seeded Cristian Garin of Chile in the second round at the Delray Beach Open.
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Ivo Karlovic, oldest ATP match victor since Connors, wins at 41
Ivo Karlovic, the oldest player to win an ATP Tour match since 1995, beat Pablo Andujar in the first round of the Delray Beach Open.
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Roberto Quiroz earns 2nd career ATP Tour win at Delray Beach
Roberto Quiroz overcame a shaky stretch in the first set Friday to beat American Noah Rubin in the opening round of the Delray Beach Open.
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Flipkens forced to retire with ankle injury
Belgian tennis player Kirsten Flipkens retired after injuring her ankle when she landed on an advertising board in the second round of the Abu Dhabi Open.
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Tommy Paul and Sam Querrey win openers at Delray Beach
Tommy Paul made the most of his home-court advantage, sweeping Ji Sung Nam of South Korea in the first round at the Delray Beach Open.
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Kenin opens season with win over Yang at Abu Dhabi Open
Sofia Kenin opened her season by beating Yang Zhaoxuan in the first round of the Abu Dhabi Open.
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Dayana Yastremska provisionally suspended for doping
Dayana Yastremska was provisionally suspended for failing an out-of-competition doping test, the International Tennis Federation announced.
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Australian Open CEO assures players all is OK for Melbourne
Craig Tiley is reassuring players that the delayed Grand Slam will get underway on Feb. 8 and asked for patience with the logistics and quarantine planning.
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COVID-19 questions key; Djokovic, Nadal eye records
When the 2020 men's season ended at the ATP Finals, Rafael Nadal captured a common sentiment that still holds true.
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Djokovic, Nadal set to return for 2nd ATP Cup
ATP Cup champion Novak Djokovic and runner-up Rafael Nadal are set to return for the season-opening men's team tennis event starting Feb. 1.
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Women’s schedule through end of Wimbledon released
The WTA released a provisional 2021 women's schedule through the end of Wimbledon in July, largely sticking to a traditional calendar, including the Miami Open in March.
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Andy Murray skips Delray Beach
Former top-ranked Andy Murray has pulled out of the Delray Beach Open to minimize his coronavirus risk as he looks ahead to the Australian Open.
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Sam Querrey handed suspended fine for COVID-19 violation
American tennis player Sam Querrey was handed a suspended $20,000 fine by the ATP tour on Wednesday for breaching coronavirus protocols.
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Tennis’ BNP Paribas Open postponed until later in 2021
The 2021 BNP Paribas Open, featuring the men's and women's pro tennis tours, won't be held in March as originally scheduled.
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Roger Federer to miss Australian Open; planning 2021 return
Roger Federer withdrew from the Australian Open while he continues preparing to return to action after two operations on his right knee.
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Andy Murray receives Australian Open wild-card entry
Five-time Australian Open finalist Andy Murray has been given a wild-card entry into the first Grand Slam tournament of next year.
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Activist, champion: Naomi Osaka is AP Female Athlete of Year
Naomi Osaka was selected by The Associated Press as the Female Athlete of the Year for both her activism off the court and success on the court.
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Djokovic, Federer, Nadal win ATP awards
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Frances Tiafoe are among the winners of the ATP's top awards.
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Australian Open: 14-day quarantine for players
All players at the Australian Open will be required to quarantine in Melbourne for 14 days before the delayed start of the Feb. 8-21 Grand Slam tournament.
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Egyptian player banned 2 years in match-fixing case
Egyptian player Mostafa Hatem is banned for two years as part of a match-fixing case.
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Algerian player gets lifetime ban for match-fixing
Algerian tennis player Aymen Ikhlef was banned for life and fined $100,000 for match-fixing offenses.
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Wimbledon champ, Hall of Famer Alex Olmedo dies
International Tennis Hall of Famer Alex Olmedo, who won the Wimbledon and Australian Championships singles titles in 1959 has died at 84.
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Sofia Kenin voted WTA Player of Year
Sofia Kenin collected the WTA Player of the Year award after winning the Australian Open and finishing as the runner-up at the French Open.
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