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Serena Williams' Charge Toward Putting Women's Tennis in the Spotlight

Serena Williams' muscular physique, the hottest topic in tennis the past week, was yet another example of how the 21-time Grand Slam winner keeps the WTA Tour in the news. As i f the burden of pursuing a calendar Grand Slam and winning a seventh U.S. Show More Summary

Great Britain's Davis Cup semi-final against Australia heading for Glasgow

The scramble has begun to find a venue able to accommodate Great Britain's Davis Cup semi-final against Australia in September. They earned their spot by beating France at Queen's Club.

British No 2 Aljaz Bedene makes impressive start at Croatia Open

British No 2 Aljaz Bedene claimed a straight-sets victory over Mate Delic in the first round of the Vegeta Croatia Open in Umag.

Which Tennis Players Have Disappointed the Most so Far in 2015?

More than half of the 2015 tennis season is now in the books, and we’ ve watched as Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have asserted their unprecedented dominance. Those two hold almost unanimous control of the Grand Slam tournaments, and several of their peers have also enjoyed strong years. Show More Summary

THANK YOU CITI OPEN - RICHARD GASQUET v MICHAEL LLODRA

...The best set of tennis I saw last year won't show up on the AT P's head to head records. That's because it was a practice set at, hideaway on practice court 2, between Richard Gasquet and Michael Llodra. And after the initial pleasure of watching an extended 30 minute warmup, I then witnessed one of the best sets of tennis I've ever seen. Show More Summary

Andy Murray backs Glasgow to host Great Britain's Davis Cup semi-final with Australia

Andy Murray feels Glasgow may have earned the right to host Britain's Davis Cup semi-final against Australia after inspiring the team to victory over the United States earlier this year.

Andy Murray books Great Britain's place in Davis Cup semi-final for the first time since 1981 after beating France's Gilles Simon

MIKE DICKSON AT QUEEN'S: Andy Murray produced one of the great street fights of his career on Sunday to carry Great Britain into the semi-finals of the Davis Cup with victory over France.

Andy Murray hailed for his 'phenomenal' fighting spirit

MIKE DICKSON AT QUEEN'S: Great Britain captain Leon Smith hailed the ‘phenomenal’ battling mentality of his No 1, Andy Murray, after he had twice come back from the brink to defeat Gilles Simon.

Venus Williams in Turkey; WTA/ATP Previews This Week

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Tough starts for (1) Venus in the 2nd rd. vs. the Bastad runner-up Barthel, (4) Cornet vs. Wickmayer, (5) Giorgi vs. Cibulkova, and (2) Svitolina vs. Rybarikova...Veterans Daniela Hantuchova and Francesca Schiavone also floating around...Wildcards went to Turkey's Cagla Buyukakcay and Ipek Soylu, and the No. Show More Summary

Murray, Aussies Stun in Davis Cup Wins; ATP/WTA Weekend Winners

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"I love the backs-to-the-wall situation and we had to rally together to get the win," said Hewitt, who saw the Aussies come back from 0-2 down in a Davis Cup match for the first time in 76 years. "You don't get opportunities like this very often. This is what dreams are made of. The last three or four years, Davis Cup has been as big as any grand slam for me personally."

Winners and Losers in Tennis of the Post-Wimbledon Week

A week after 2015 Wimbledon, and professional tennis seems quiet along the surface. Looking within, there are numerous interesting stories as late July turns out a few mid-major tournaments and Davis Cup quarterfinals action. We're going...Show More Summary

Ram vs. Karlovic: Score, Reaction from 2015 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships

Rajeev Ram and Ivo Karlovic capped off the 2015 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in suitable three-set fashion during Sunday's singles final. After Ram took the first set in a tiebreaker, Karlovic broke and served out the second before...Show More Summary

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

Great Britain knocked out France to reach the semi-finals of the 2015 Davis Cup. The nations will now meet Australia in the final four. Andy Murray secured Great Britain's passage after a lengthy match with Gilles Simon. His win meant...Show More Summary

Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth lead Australia to victory against Kazakhstan in Davis Cup

Facing a 2-0 deficit after dropping the opening singles matches, Australia came back to win its Davis Cup quarter-final on grass in Darwin on Sunday as Sam Groth and Lleyton Hewitt won their matches

Andy Murray and Jamie Murray beat France duo Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Nicolas Mahut

MIKE DICKSON AT QUEEN'S: Andy and Jamie Murray held their nerve in amid a feverish atmosphere to put Great Britain within touching distance of the Davis Cup semi-finals.

Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth keep Australia's Davis Cup semi-final hopes alive

Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth combined to defeat Kazakhstan in their Davis Cup doubles tie on Saturday and keep Australia's semi-final hopes alive after their young guns flopped

Hall of Fame Tennis Championships 2015: Saturday Scores, Results, Final Schedule

After Amelie Mauresmo, David Hall and Nancy Jeffett were inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday afternoon. The Hall of Fame Tennis Championships completed three of its final four matches. Continue below for Saturday's results, a look into each match and Sunday's final schedule. Rajeev Ram def. Show More Summary

Tennis Hall of Fame 2015: Complete List of Inductees for This Year's Class

The singles semifinals and doubles final at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships from the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, were put on the back burner for the hosts' newest inductees. The induction ceremony...Show More Summary

Davis Cup 2015: Saturday Scores and Results, Updated Quarterfinals Schedule

After an exciting start to the Davis Cup quarterfinals Friday, play continued across the globe Saturday as the eight remaining countries looked to advance, stay alive or improve their positioning in doubles competition. Kazakhstan, Belgium...Show More Summary

THANK YOU CITI OPEN - YANNICK NOAH 1985/1989

Other than my father, I'd never seen a black man playing tennis - and certainly not a black man like Yannick Noah. At 6'4", wiry muscle, and legs that looked taller than me, I couldn't believe how perfect he looked. His waist was small, but his shoulders broad. Show More Summary

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