1. Coach: Serena's out to Beat Graf's Records

    Lifting La Coupe Suzanne Lenglen at the forthcoming French Open would take Serena Williams to 20 Grand Slams, within two of Steffi Graf's Open-era record of 22 majors...

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  2. Navratilova: Serena Can Break Grand Slam Record

    Serena Williams still has a chance to beat Margaret Court's all-time record of 24 grand slam singles titles, says former world No.1 Martina Navratilova...

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 3 days ago 562 reads 0 comments

  3. Inside Look at French Open Clay Court Prep

    The smallest venue of tennis' four majors has dreams of growing—but expansion at Roland Garros in Paris, France, isn't happening just yet...

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  4. Raonic to Wear New Gadget to Track Movement

    Tennis is a sport that requires excellent technique and mastery of craft. It is unique in that one can't simply be a superior athlete in order to dominate their opponent...

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  5. Winner: When Tennis, Fashion Collide in France

    PARIS (AP) Well before Andre Agassi caused a stir with his stone-washed denim shorts at the French Open, the clay courts at Roland Garros were a sporting catwalk for fashion experimentation...

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  6. Isner Holds on in All-American Clash

    Second seed John Isner struck 16 aces as he edged Steve Johnson 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-3 in an all-American second-round clash at the Open de Nice Côte d'Azur on Tuesday...

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  7. Doubles Partner: Djokovic Faces 'Enormous Pressure'

    While Novak Djokovic is the favorite at Roland Garros, according to former doubles standout Todd Woodbridge, the world No. 1 will be facing an entirely different kind of pressure at the only Grand Slam tournament he has failed to win...

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  8. Billy Jean King Cites T-Swift in Feminism Tweet

    In "things you thought you would never (ever, ever) hear" news, Billie Jean King -- you know, the tennis legend and trailblazer for feminism and equality -- tweeted out a Taylor Swift quote on Tuesday...

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  9. French Open 2015: Top Storylines to Follow Heading into Roland Garros

    The uniqueness of the French Open always keeps things interesting, although the 2015 tournament might be the most exciting one in years...

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  10. Questions for Top Tennis Stars as the 2015 French Open Approaches

    From the sun-soaked hard courts of the United States to the red clay of Europe, the last four months have been an action-packed journey full of drama and speculation. And now the true fun begins...

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  11. Sharapova Regains No. 2 Ranking

    Novak Djokovic: Aside from nearly ending his French Open chances by demonstrating how not to open a bottle of champagne, Djokovic couldn't have asked for more last week in Rome...

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  12. French Open Remains Without Guarantees

    Clearly, the momentum of skipping Madrid did not hurt Novak Djokovic. He rolled into Rome and -- voila! -- came away with another title...

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  13. The Biggest Takeaways from the 2015 Italian Open for Roland Garros

    The final week of competitive action for most before the 2015 French Open is over, as Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova reigned supreme in the eternal city of Rome once again...

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  14. Bob Hewitt Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison for Rape: Latest Details and Reaction

    Retired tennis player Bob Hewitt was sentenced to six years in a South African prison Monday after being convicted on charges of sexual assault and rape. According to an Associated Press report (via ESPN...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 4 days ago 342,419 reads 0 comments

  15. Andrea Petkovic Retires Injured at Nuremberg Cup

    NUREMBERG, Germany -- Top-seeded Andrea Petkovic retired with an injury during her opening match at the Nuremberg Cup on Monday, while fellow Germans Angelique Kerber and Sabine Lisicki advanced to the second round at the clay-court tournament...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 4 days ago 2,135 reads 0 comments

  16. French Open 2015: Early Odds and Predictions for Roland Garros Tournament

    This season in clay-court tennis has been a strange one in that Rafael Nadal is healthy and playing—but not dominating the competition...

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  17. Retired Tennis Player Hewitt Gets 6 Years in Prison for Rape

    PRETORIA, South Africa -- A South African judge has sentenced retired doubles tennis champion Bob Hewitt to six years in prison for rape and sexual assault...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 4 days ago 579 reads 0 comments

  18. Andy Murray 'Amazed' at Criticism of Amelie Mauresmo

    Andy Murray says he was "amazed" by the level of criticism his appointment of Amelie Mauresmo as coach attracted. The Briton, 28, became the first leading male player to employ a female coach when he hired the Frenchwoman...

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  19. Bookmakers Losing Faith in Nadal at French

    Rafael Nadal has ruled over the French Open for several years now, but the bookmakers have now lengthened their odds about the Spaniard claiming this Grand Slam title in 2015...

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  20. Djokovic Aces Final Exam Before French

    Let's be frank about this: With Rafael Nadal floundering, Roger Federer maintaining and Novak Djokovic once again dominating, this year's Rome Masters 1000 was a dress rehearsal for what might become the most closely watched French Open in many years...

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  21. Two Paths, Same Results for Sharapova, Djoker

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  22. Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova Top Winners and Losers at 2015 Italian Open

    Novak Djokovic rolled his championship chariot into Rome and left his rivals in the dust at the 2015 Italian Open. Disputed "Queen of Clay" Maria Sharapova found her game just in time for the French Open ...

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  23. Is Novak Djokovic Ready to Finally Get the French Open Monkey off His Back?

    Novak Djokovic has accomplished many things in his illustrious career. He's been world No. 1 for 147 weeks and counting. He has won eight Grand Slams (including five Australian Opens, two Wimbledons and one U...

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  24. Tennis Players with the Most Momentum Ahead of the 2015 French Open

    As green clay gave way to red, so the Masters events step aside for the 2015 French Open. Ask any player what they'd like to take into the next few weeks and the answer will be resounding: momentum...

    Will Medlock Written by Will Medlock about 5 days ago 2,121 reads 51 comments

  25. Federer: Nadal Still the Roland Garros Favorite

    With victory over Roger Federer in Sunday's Internazionali BNL d'Italia final, Novak Djokovic extended his run of dominance at the most prestigious tournaments on the ATP World Tour...

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