1. Murray on Withdraw: 'I'm Tired, My Body Is Tired'

    ROME (AP) Fatigue from consecutive clay-court titles prompted Andy Murray to withdraw from the Italian Open on Thursday before his third-round match against Belgian opponent David Goffin...

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  2. Meet the "Federer' of Ping Pong on ATP Tour

    After impressive results at the first two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events of the season and a maiden title run in Houston, Jack Sock has reached a career-high Emirates ATP Ranking of No...

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  3. Kyrgios Next Challenge: Volleying for Cancer

    “Go to the wall against cancer” says Nick Kyrgios in a video to fans as he participates in the #VolleyingChallenge in support of "Briggs for Cancer Immunotherapy for All"...

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  4. 21-Year-Old Thiem Knows Time Is on His Side

    “That caught him by surprise,” the TV commentator said as Dominic Thiem shanked a backhand high and wide of the court...

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  5. We Remember: Birth of Wheelchair Tennis

    Today, wheelchair tennis is played in more than 80 countries, and there are more than 160 professional tournaments...

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  6. Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal: Rating the Competition They've Faced

    An analysis of the competition faced by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal during their respective careers creates the type of toxic bloody chum that even a great white shark would swim away from...

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  7. Serena Williams Injury: Updates on Tennis Star's Elbow and Return

    Serena Williams , the top-ranked player on the WTA Tour, was forced to withdraw from the Italian Open due to an elbow injury...

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  8. Serena Pulls out of Italian Open

    Top-ranked Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Italian Open with a right elbow injury before she was scheduled to face Christina McHale in the third round...

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  9. Andy Murray Pulls out of Italian Open Citing Fatigue

    Andy Murray has pulled out of the Italian Open due to fatigue ahead of his scheduled last-16 match on Thursday...

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  10. Murray (Fatigue) Pulls out of Italian Open

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  11. Andy Murray: I Finally Believe I Can Win French Open

    Andy Murray feels for the first time in his career that he has a chance of winning the French Open In the past two weeks, the Scot won his first clay title at the Munich Open, and ...

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  12. Murray Hopes to Pave Way for More Female Coaches

    Having been coached by his mother for some time, Andy Murray's hire of Amelie Mauresmo as his coach in 2014 was not an entirely shocking decision. Since joining with the former WTA No...

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  13. Fans Seeing What Makes Stadio Pietrangeli Unique

    Stadio Pietrangeli, as it has been so many times in the past, was the place for a tennis fan to be on Wednesday...

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  14. Djokovic, Wozniacki Play with Football Stars

    Francesco Totti, Ashley Cole and Alessandro Florenzi swapped the green turf of the Stadio Olimpico for a clay court in Rome on Monday night...

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  15. Murray Stays Hot, Improves to 10-0 on Clay

    Andy Murray continued his winning streak on clay this year as he started his quest for a third straight crown Wednesday at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia and later clarified his coaching arrangement for the coming weeks...

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  16. Mailbag: Is Nadal a Contender at French Open?

    Given how Rafael Nadal has been known for being mentally the strongest, it seems ironic and appropriate that his struggles suggest that.....

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  17. NYTimes: Rising Star Tiafoe Making Noise On, off Court

    At 17, Frances Tiafoe, one of the most eagerly anticipated new arrivals for American tennis, has shown up on the doorstep of one of the sport's biggest stages far ahead of schedule...

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  18. Rising U.S. Tennis Player, Shakes Things Up on and off the Court

    At 17, Frances Tiafoe, one of the most eagerly anticipated new arrivals for American tennis, has shown up on the doorstep of one of the sport's biggest stages far ahead of schedule...

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  19. Who Should Andy Murray Be More Worried About at French Open: Djokovic or Nadal?

    Andy Murray’s meteoric rise at Madrid has pundits and oddsmakers talking about his chances to win the 2015 French Open ...

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  20. Watch: Serena on the Art of a Comeback

    Serena Williams believes the game of tennis is 70% mental. As part of a new online learning experience called MasterClass, the World No. 1 explains how she gets in her opponent's head and digs deep to mount a comeback in tough situations...

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  21. Wozniacki and Vicario Partnership 'On Pause'

    Caroline Wozniacki will no longer work with Arantxa Sanchez Vicario this season despite a successful run on clay, which has traditionally been her weakest surface...

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  22. Serena: I've Always Been a 'Weird American'

    SHE WOULD Serena Williams tells the assembled press in Rome that she's long been a "weird American." Here's why, per tennisworldusa...

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  23. 'Humble' Feliciano Lopez Wins 100th on Clay

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  24. Serena Helping Tennis Players Reach Their Goals

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  25. Women's Tennis Players Show off Real-Life Emoji Faces

    Emojis are used in text messages and on the Internet to convey emotion electronically, but sometimes they can be difficult to replicate in real life...

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