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Shenzhen Open 2015: Monday Tennis Scores, Results and Updated Draw Schedule

John Millman and Austin Krajicek were the first two winners in Round 1 at the Shenzhen Open, as the tournament started in earnest on Monday. Millman progressed at the expense of Ernests Gulbis in the final match of the day, with theShow More Summary

Stan Wawrinka and Agnieszka Radwanska Top Latest Tennis Winners and Losers

Late September is sending the ATP and WTA tours to the Far East where Agnieszka Radwanska has the early jump in winning a title. More of the other big stars will slowly trickle their ways into selected mid-major draws and two Masters 1000 opportunities. There was resilience but also disappointment for veterans who are entering their 30s. Show More Summary

Eugenie Bouchard Faces a Daunting Road Back to Elite Status After Rough 2015

Eugenie Bouchard's locker room incident that left her with a concussion also forced her to withdraw from the U.S. Open and Tokyo Open. Now, that concussion could have a lasting impact on Bouchard's career. Ranked as high as No. 5, No. Show More Summary

Roger Federer Fan Wakes from 11-Year Coma to Watch Idol in US Open Final

A Roger Federer fan who was in a coma for 11 years woke up to find his idol about to embark on a run to another Grand Slam final. Jesus Aparicio was in a car crash when out with friends to celebrate his 18th birthday and went into a coma in December 2004. Show More Summary

Why the ATP Should Stay Out of Andy Murray's Davis Cup Decision

Andy Murray has been mowing through the Davis Cup competition, but he may find a bigger battle against the long arm of the ATP. Fresh off his heroics to guide Great Britain past Australia in the September semifinals, Murray will be in...Show More Summary

Ranking the Biggest Grand Slam Upsets of 2015

The 2015 tennis season is nearly over, so now is the perfect time for reflection. And what better way to look back than by re-examining the top Grand Slam upsets of the year. Beginning in Australia, stretching to Europe and finally ending in America, the four majors brought plenty of excitement and intrigue across the globe. Show More Summary

Davis Cup Final 2015: Venue, Scheduled Dates, More for Belgium vs. Great Britain

Belgium have confirmed Ghent's 13,000-capacity Flanders Expo as the venue for next month's Davis Cup final against Great Britain. The news was confirmed on the tournament's website, and as expected, the Belgian team have opted to play...Show More Summary

Why Maria Sharapova Needs a Strong Showing at the 2015 Wuhan Open

Maria Sharapova took a wild card to the upcoming Wuhan Open. It's a late-season comeback attempt that will impact her efforts in 2016. The five-time Grand Slam champion needs a strong showing in China to protect her ranking, dust off some rust and stave off an early skid next year. The Wuhan Open gets underway September 27. Show More Summary

Roger Federer Fan Wakes from 11-Year Coma to Watch Idol in US Open Final

A Roger Federer fan who was in a coma for 11 years woke up to find his idol was about to embark on a run to another Grand Slam final. Jesus Aparicio was in a car crash when out with friends to celebrate his 18th birthday and went into a coma in December 2004. Show More Summary

Andy Murray and the 2015 September Davis Cup Winners and Losers

In the week after the U.S. Open, Davis Cup tennis featured two excellent semifinal pairings, both of which provided plenty of drama in determining November’s final. Great Britain and Belgium will compete in a rare final appearance by...Show More Summary

Davis Cup Tennis 2015: Final Scores and Results from Semi-Finals Bracket

Andy Murray led Great Britain to a historic triumph over Australia in the Davis Cup semi-finals on Sunday, beating Bernard Tomic 7-5, 6-3, 6-2 in Glasgow to hand his team an unassailable 3-1 lead in the best-of-five tie. Victory forShow More Summary

Davis Cup Tennis 2015: Saturday Scores and Results, Updated Semi-Finals Schedule

Great Britain took a 2-1 lead over Australia in the 2015 Davis Cup semi-finals on Saturday, as Andy and Jamie Murray saw off Lleyton Hewitt and Samuel Groth in a pulsating five-set doubles match. The brothers came from a set down to beat the Australians 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-7 (6), 6-4. Show More Summary

Davis Cup Tennis 2015: Friday Scores and Results, Updated Semi-Finals Schedule

It's all square after two rubbers between Great Britain and Australia in the first 2015 Davis Cup semi-final. Andy Murray comfortably beat Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-3, 6-0, 6-3 in the opening match to put GB 1-0 up, but Bernard Tomic overcame...Show More Summary

Davis Cup Drama Heats Up With Andy Murray, Great Britain vs. Deep Australia Team

The Davis Cup heats up with an old-fashioned rivalry between relational powers Great Britain and Australia in the semifinals. It’s a fascinating contrast featuring superstar Andy Murray and his band of overachievers versus Australia’s...Show More Summary

Why Andy Murray's David Cup Performance is Important to His Legacy

Andy Murray already delivered Great Britain one of its most memorable tennis victories in the last century when he won Wimbledon in 2013. This weekend Murray has a chance to move one step closer to becoming the saint of British tennis. Murray will lead Great Britain in the semifinals Davis Cup tie against Australia. Show More Summary

Davis Cup Tennis 2015: Semi-Finals Dates, Schedule, Live Stream and Predictions

One of tennis' biggest team tournaments, the Davis Cup, will begin its semifinal stage on Friday, Sept. 18. The three-day semifinal pits some of the world's best players against each other for international bragging rights. Let's take...Show More Summary

Final Grades for Tennis' Top Stars at the 2015 Grand Slam Events

Each new tennis season is an epic adventure, spanning from the end of December through the following November. But four specific events perpetually define that long stretch of time: the majors. It seems like only yesterday the best players in the world were dueling Down Under. Show More Summary

Predicting How Far Novak Djokovic Will Climb Up the All-Time Major Titles List

Three Grand Slam titles in 2015 have put Novak Djokovic in a rare position of absolute dominance. Already, the thinking must be that with 10 career major championships, the durable and tough-minded Serbian is in great position to climb even further up the ladder of elite Open-era champions. Show More Summary

NYPD Union Releases Statement Defending Police Action in James Blake Incident

Debate regarding the excessive use of force by police flared up last week in the wake of former tennis star James Blake's wrongful arrest by the New York Police Department, and the NYPD union released a statement Tuesday addressing how...Show More Summary

US Open Tennis Men's Final 2015: Novak Djokovic Win Exactly What the Sport Needs

Novak Djokovic is the hero tennis needs regardless of what the majority of fans think of him. The 28-year-old superstar defeated Roger Federer in the 2015 U.S. Open finals in four sets, completing one of the greatest Grand Slam seasons ever seen in men's tennis. Show More Summary

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