1. Complete Preview for the 2016 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Tournaments

    Our annual preview of the ATP Masters 1000 series tips off in time for Indian Wells 2016. This is the first of a series of the biggest tournaments outside the four majors, the World Tour Finals and (this year) the Olympics...

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  2. How Much Longer Will Andy Murray Be an Elite Player?

    Andy Murray has finally emerged after a crushing defeat in the Australian Open final followed by rest with his family...

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  3. Biggest Storylines to Watch in the 1st Round of the 2016 Davis Cup

    The 2016 Davis Cup has arrived, which means that defending champion Great Britain will be counting on their hero, Andy Murray , to keep the sun rising over their new empire...

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  4. February's Tennis Player of the Month Featured in Winners and Losers

    February is a transitional time when the tennis superstars rest from the rigors of the Australian Open and the upcoming Masters 1000 tournaments...

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  5. Why Tennis Needs a New Rival for Novak Djokovic

    Nobody can blame Novak Djokovic for suffocating the ATP World Tour. There’s not a big title that he does not hold or look to grab as the favorite. The world No...

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  6. Is Nick Kyrgios Ready to Win Bigger Titles?

    Nick Kyrgios has a way of attracting attention, but winning his first ATP title in Marseille, France, has the tennis world buzzing about his chances to become a contender in big tournaments sooner than later...

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  7. Nick Kyrgios Rises and Rafael Nadal Falls in Weekly Winners and Losers

    While Nick Kyrgios crushed the field in Marseille, Rafael Nadal fell to a clay-court journeyman in Rio de Janeiro...

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  8. How Taylor Fritz Must Improve Before Becoming America's Next Men's Tennis Star

    There’s been a spike of attention on American teenager Taylor Fritz since he played himself into the final of the Memphis Open. He’s the front-runner of a bumper crop of young Americans expected to lead U...

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  9. Stock Watch for Novak Djokovic's Biggest Challengers at 2016 French Open

    Novak Djokovic has been the bridesmaid at Roland Garros, but he is now the strong favorite to finally lift the Musketeers Cup at the 2016 French Open . The world No...

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  10. Dominic Thiem Tops Rafael Nadal in Top Story of Weekly Winners and Losers

    Even clay has been tough on Rafael Nadal 's quest to return to prominence. He lost in Argentina, but this time it did not look like an upset...

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  11. Is the Next Wave of American Men's Tennis Stars Finally Arriving?

    While American sports fans unwind from the NFL Super Bowl or tune into scoring sprees from the Golden State Warriors, all but diehard tennis fans may have forgotten their country’s ...

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  12. What We'll Learn About Rafael Nadal in His Early Return to Clay Courts

    In many ways, it’s the same Rafael Nadal, as he picks up his garish Babolat bag and walks inside the spectators’ applause...

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  13. Roger Federer's Surgery Leads Winners and Losers at France, Sofia and Fed Cup

    With the Australian Open now last month’s news, February is a month of mid-major tournaments with occasional news on stars like Roger Federer ...

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  14. Will Angelique Kerber Sustain Her Success After Winning the Australian Open?

    What next for Angelique Kerber after defeating Serena Williams for the 2016 Australian Open ? She’s the toast of Germany and another high point for her country’s global sports success, and she’s the newly minted No...

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  15. Breaking Down Novak Djokovic's Chances to Complete the Career Grand Slam in 2016

    Novak Djokovic ’s torrid streak through history has set him up for another chance at the career Grand Slam, and 2016 is a chance to push past legendary rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal with something unique to his legacy...

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  16. Ranking the Top 10 Men's Players After the 2016 Australian Open

    Novak Djokovic made it look easy in defeating Andy Murray in straight sets for the 2016 Australian Open title, but many great players are clustered in the ATP rankings ...

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  17. It's 2016 or Never for Men's Tennis' Next Generation to Become Elite Players

    Tennis star Milos Raonic might have lost a five-set semifinal match to Andy Murray in the 2016 Australian Open , but it could signal the beginning of greater accomplishments...

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  18. The Stars Are Aligning for Andy Murray to Win the 2016 Australian Open

    Andy Murray ’s quiet journey through the 2016 Australian Open has been eclipsed by Novak Djokovic’s streaking dominance and Roger Federer ’s perpetual glory...

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  19. 2016 Australian Open: Bold Predictions for the Second Week

    Will Novak Djokovic have enough stamina to win the 2016 Australian Open after his five-set, fourth-round scare? How about the renewal of Serena Williams ’ invincible play? ...

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  20. Roger Federer Faces Rough Road Ahead in Australian Open and Beyond

    Superstar Roger Federer continues his legendary career at the 2016 Australian Open after an impressive four-set victory in the third round over talented Grigor Dimitrov . The world No...

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  21. Australian Open 2016: Americans with the Best Chance of Reaching Week 2

    American tennis is not exactly ready to invade the 2016 Australian Open . As the second round continues, there are a handful of players in both the men’s and women’s ...

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  22. Australian Open 2016: 10 Bold Predictions at Melbourne

    Tennis fans are ready for the 2016 Australian Open as defending champions Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams look to fend off deep fields of challengers and top stars...

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  23. Ranking the Top 10 Men's Players Heading into 2016 Australian Open

    There's the top-ranked Novak Djokovic, and then there are the other top-10 ATP tennis players scattered in the 2016 Australian Open draw ...

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  24. Does Anyone Have a Chance to Beat Novak Djokovic at the 2016 Australian Open?

    Nobody is unbeatable, but Novak Djokovic is storming into the 2016 Australian Open with about as much invincibility tennis has ever seen...

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  25. Djokovic-Nadal Final Opens Tennis' 2016 Winners and Losers in Asian Pacific

    Novak Djokovic sent out his declaration to Rafael Nadal and the ATP tour that 2016 could be another year of his reign. The world No. 1 collected this week's Doha title a year after he did not reach that final...

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