1. Nadal Wins First Match Since Wimbledon

    BEIJING (AP) -- Rafael Nadal made a dominant return to tennis after a two-month injury layoff, beating Richard Gasquet 6-4, 6-0 at the China Open on Tuesday...

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  2. Ito Upsets Top Seed Wawrinka at Japan Open

    TOKYO (AP) -- Japanese wild card Tatsuma Ito upset Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka 7-5, 6-2 in the first round of the Japan Open on Tuesday...

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  3. Li Na Bids Farewell in Tearful Retirement Ceremony

    BEIJING, China -- Li Na bid farewell to the WTA Tour in her official retirement ceremony at the China Open on Tuesday night...

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  4. Is the WTA Facing a Crisis Due to Lack of Young Superstars?

    As the sun begins to set on the WTA's 2014 season, a potential crisis looms on the horizon. The young up-and-coming women's tennis players are rising too slow. This could leave the WTA with a shortage of superstars...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 1 day ago 2,707 reads 8 comments

  5. China Open 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

    Novak Djokovic will be looking to preserve his undefeated streak in Beijing as he defends his men's title at the China Open. The world No...

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  6. Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Winners and Losers to Begin the Asian Tennis Swing

    Leave it up to Rafael Nadal to be the biggest tennis story of the Asian tennis swing, even if he is only talking about playing...

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  7. Japan Open Tennis Championships 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

    The Asia swing is always a fascinating section of the tennis calendar, and after the conclusion of both the Shenzhen and Malaysian Opens, attention will turn to Japan for the next instalment...

    Matt Jones Written by Matt Jones about 2 days ago 1,652 reads 8 comments

  8. Mixed Outlook for Andy Murray After Shenzhen Title Win

    It’s certainly been a gruelling 15 months for Andy Murray since he was on top of the world at Wimbledon in 2013...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 2 days ago 1,510 reads 12 comments

  9. Tennis Players Most Likely to Have Breakout Seasons in 2015

    It's never too late to have a breakout season in sport. Youth is not a prerequisite for forcing through barriers, mental or physical...

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  10. Murray into First Final in 15 Months

    Britain's Andy Murray defeated Juan Monaco 2-6 6-3 6-0 at the Shenzhen Open to reach his first final since winning Wimbledon last year...

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  11. Kvitova Beats Bouchard 6-3 6-4 in China

    Petra Kvitova confirmed her place in next month's season-ending WTA Finals after beating Eugenie Bouchard in a repeat of their lopsided Wimbledon final at the inaugural Wuhan Open....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 4 days ago 1,530 reads 0 comments

  12. Na Dishes on What's Next After Tennis

    WUHAN, China -- Some things don't change. Li Na is still clad from head to toe in Nike sportswear, with a Mercedes-Benz logo still emblazoned on her right sleeve -- a subtle reminder ...

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  13. Andy Roddick Loving Life as a Sports Analyst

    When Andy Roddick retired from professional tennis after the 2012 U.S. Open, there was little surprise that he had offers to work as a tennis broadcaster.....

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  14. Andre Agassi Helps Open Newark Charter School

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  15. Federer Unveiling off-Season Schedule

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  16. Nadal Is Back

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  17. How Disastrous 2014 Wuhan Open Will Affect the WTA

    The 2014 Wuhan Open was supposed to be the sort of coming-out party for the WTA's revved-up Asian swing of the tour. Instead, the tournament got off to a disastrous start...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 6 days ago 14,829 reads 12 comments

  18. Roger Federer's Fans in India Oblige Photoshop Request with Hilarious Tweets

    Roger Federer took a quick trip to India recently, but unlike the fashion in which he excels on the tennis court, he couldn't get to all the places he wanted...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 6 days ago 6,183 reads 1 comments

  19. Airplane Passenger Reads About Maria Sharapova, Unaware She Is Right Behind Him

    If this airplane passenger wanted to know the latest on Maria Sharapova , he could have just turned around and talked to her himself...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 6 days ago 19,011 reads 7 comments

  20. Ranking the US Open's 5 Best Men's Singles Finals Since 1978

    Marin Cilic 's victory at the 2014 U.S. Open—the first tournament since 2005 that saw none of the Big Four compete in a Grand Slam final — served as a timely reminder that tennis comes in cycles...

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  21. Tandon: Quest to Qualify for WTA Championship

    The chase is on for the WTA Finals, with the best performers competing to get into the eight-player field in the season finale at Singapore. With four weeks of tournaments to go, the field is starting to shape up...

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  22. Asia Re-Energizing Tennis Globally

    Pity poor Kei Nishikori. With Li Na gone, the burden of carrying the tennis message to Asia -- or is it the Asian message to tennis? -- now falls squarely on his decidedly sloped shoulders...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 7 days ago 15 reads 0 comments

  23. Caroline Wozniacki Forgot Her $1.45 Million Check at US Open

    Caroline Wozniacki revived her career this season, with the highlight being a runner-up performance to Serena Williams at the U.S. Open, her first Grand Slam final appearance since 2009...

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  24. Sharapova Stunned by Qualifier at Wuhan Open

    WUHAN, China -- No. 4 Maria Sharapova suffered her first straight-set loss of the year, losing 7-6(3), 7-5 to Swiss qualifier Timea Bacsinszky in the third round of the Wuhan Open on Wednesday...

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  25. Nadal's Coach Toni Criticised for 'Sexist' Comments

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