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Roger Federer Says He’s Not Sure If He’ll Play Rome

14 minutes agoSports / Tennis : Tennis X

Roger Federer says he doesn't think he'll play Rome.

Eugenie Bouchard causes a stir by refusing to shake an opponent's hand AGAIN

57 minutes agoSports / Tennis : Daily Mail: Tennis

World No 7 Eugenie Bouchard has displayed here ruthless competitive streak again by refusing to shake hands with opponent Alexandra Dulgheru at a pre-match press conference.

Novak Djokovic crushes Marin Cilic to set up semi-final against Rafa Nadal at Monte Carlo Masters

A near flawless Novak Djokovic crushed Marin Cilic 6-0 6-3 to set up a blockbuster Monte Carlo Masters semi-final with claycourt king Rafa Nadal, who overcame David Ferrer on Friday.

Rafael Nadal v Novak Djokovic It Is In The Monte Carlo SFs, Who’s The Pick?

19 hours agoSports / Tennis : Tennis X

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal meet for the first time since the French Open final.

Caroline Wozniacki always believed she would play at the French Open

Caroline Wozniacki never doubted she would grace the courts of tennis' grand slam tournaments even when she was a giggling schoolgirl just coming through the ranks.

Martina Hingis to play first singles match since 2007 as former star who won five Grand Slam titles before age of 18 returns

Martina Hingis will play her first singles match since 2007 on Saturday when they faces Poland's Agnieszka Radwanksa in the Fed Cup for Switzerland.

Tomas Berdych reaches Monte Carlo Masters semi-finals as opponent Milos Raonic retires with foot injury

Tomas Berdych advanced to the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters for the third time on Friday after opponent Milos Raonic retired with a foot injury.

How Will Early Loss in Monte Carlo Impact Roger Federer?

Another year, another title-less trip to Monte Carlo for Roger Federer. The Swiss was out of sorts during his third-round loss to Gael Monfils, failing to find consistency with his groundstrokes or resolve during big points. Double-faults,...Show More Summary

Federer Still Can’t Win In Monte Carlo; Nadal, Djokovic Move Closer To Saturday SF

yesterdaySports / Tennis : Tennis X

Twelve times Roger Federer has tried to win Monte Carlo and now it's 12 times that he's failed.

Rafael Nadal edges into the Monte Carlo quarter-final with narrow win over John Isner but Roger Federer is knocked out

Rafael Nadal squeezed through to the quarter-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters after a narrow win over America's John Isner, but Roger Federer's tournament is over after he lost to Gael Monfils.

Laura Robson plays it cool as tennis ace takes dip in ice bath as she targets return ahead of next month's French Open

Laura Robson took the opportunity to cool down in the Florida heat on Thursday while she dipped in an ice bath as the British tennis nears a return to action after more than a year off the court.

Grigor Dimitrov demolishes out-of-sorts defending champion Stan Wawrinka 6-1 6-2 for Monte Carlo Masters quarter-final place

A bizarre performance from defending champion and world No 9 Stan Wawrinka saw Grigor Dimitrov breeze through 6-1, 6-2 to his first masters quarter-final of the season.

Gael Monfils knocks Roger Federer out of Monte Carlo Masters in last-16 thriller

It is matches like this that makes one wonder just how good Gael Monfils could have been - and perhaps how good he still can be - as he thrilled the Monte Carlo Masters in beating Roger Federer.

Is Gael Monfils Tennis' Greatest Entertainer or Biggest Underachiever?

Gael Monfils added another amazing shot to his growing list of ridiculous winners. By the time he retires, Monfils may have the most entertaining highlight reel ever and zero Grand Slams. That's Lamonf, the showman with too few trophies to show for his enormous talents. Show More Summary

Why Rafael Nadal Needs to Win Big Matches at 2015 Monte Carlo Masters

The Monte Carlo Masters is Rafael Nadal’s wake-up call. The Spanish superstar who has spent the past decade obliterating the ATP tour during the clay-court season must prove that he can win big matches and important titles in 2015. Nadal, the all-time king of clay, has always reserved his best performances for Europe’s crushed-brick surfaces. Show More Summary

Roger Federer cruises past Jeremy Chardy in straight sets to reach Monte Carlo last 16

Roger Federer spent less than one hour on court in his Monte Carlo opener with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Jeremy Chardy. Federer played his first match since his loss in the Indian Wells final in March.

Looking Down Both Barrels

Is there a way to be confidently un-confident? That’s the question hovering over the head of Rafael Nadal as the European clay-court season begins. For most players, it will be a long and leisurely journey to the grand finale in Paris. Show More Summary

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