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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

Jankovic, Radwanska, Begu Win WTA Titles Over Weekend

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The Swiss had beaten Radwanska in their most previous meeting, and came into the final with Top 10 wins over Garbine Muguruza and Caroline Wozniacki under her belt, but it meant little against the steady, controlling game of Radwanska, who hit almost twice the winners to unforced errors during the contest.

Davis Cup tickets for Great Britain's final with Belgium likely to go ballot as the LTA 'want to be fair to people'

An unprecedented Wimbledon-style ballot for tickets is likely to be brought in for Great Britain's Davis Cup final against Belgium.

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

LTA bring in former cycling boss Peter Keen as stopgap Performance Director while they wait on candidates to free up after Rio 2016

MIKE DICKSON: The Lawn Tennis Association announced that it was suspending its search for a Performance Director and turning to a cycling expert for interim leadership.

Great Britain drawn to face home tie against Japan in first round of 2016 Davis Cup 

Great Britain have been drawn to face Japan at home in the first round of next year's Davis Cup. The first meeting between the two nations since 1931 will take place on the weekend of March 4-6.

2016 Davis Cup Draw: Canada Goes To France, USA Travels To Australia

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The 2016 Davis Cup draw was announced this evening. Among the highlights are a strong Canadian team led by Milos Raonic going to Europe to contest a deep French team. The Americans will have to go all the way to Australia to take on the young Aussies. And that’s just before the big Indian Wells-Miami [...]

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

The Bull, Gored

Given the year Rafael Nadal has had, his great rival and friend Roger Federer did him an enormous favor in the second half of 2015. Toting a gleaming new SABR as the centerpiece of his re-tooled offense, Federer stole all the headlines. 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

Andy Murray and Co to contest Davis Cup final between Great Britain and Belgium at Flanders Expo Centre in Ghent

Great Britain will travel to Ghent to contest the Davis Cup final in November with the match being played on a specially laid surface of indoor clay.

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

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