Angelique Kerber can win the French Open, claims Tahlak

The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship Tournament Director looks forward to welcome in the Arab tournament late this month. After winning 2016 Australian Open and US Open and 2018 Wimbledon, Kerber will try to achieve the Career Grand Slam by possibly winning the French Open this year. Angelique Kerber is clearly a very special talent, […]

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Kei Nishikori: I played just too many hours in Australia

is looking forward to making his first appearance at the Rotterdam Open. The Japanese player will open his campaign against Pierre-Hugues Herbert and in an interview ahead of the tournament, Nishikori, who features as the only top-`10 player in the draw, said: I never won a tournament in January and the first time I won […]

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ATP Rankings: Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal lead unchanged list

The updated ATP rankings list delivered no significant changes in the leading positions, with everything in the top-15 standing as it was seven days ago. After winning the seventh Australian Open crown, Novak Djokovic is still the undisputed leader of the ATP ranking list, spending the 238th week on the ATP throne and trailing 30 […]

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Rafael Nadal is humble and nice, says expert

Expert praised great character and game. Speaking to La Sexta, Padula said: You have a world class recognition for his humility, his ability to do things. He is humble, nice and with a sense of humour: hopefully we had more Rafas like leaders, he is a reference point. He will definitely be in the history […]

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Nicole Pratt speaks about Fed Cup team selection

After overcoming the might Americans in the First Round of the Fed Cup World Group recently, Australias young guns are looking to seal their spots in the Fed Cup team. Australian Team Coach Nicole Pratt feels that this is the deepest pool of players they have had in some time now. The point that comes […]

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ATP Cordoba: Bedene, Pella, Cachin and Jaziri reach round two

Aljaz Bedene is among the first winners at inaugural Cordoba Open, beating Maximilian Marterer 6-3, 6-4 in an hour and 26 minutes for the place in the second round. The Slovenian lost just 13 points in ten service games and he delivered some good numbers behind the rivals second serve to create ten break chances, […]

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