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Agnieszka Radwanska beaten by Sara Errani as another top seed bows out of Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart

Agnieszka Radwanska became the second high-profile exit at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart in as many days after losing out to Sara Errani.

Rafael Nadal beats Nicolas Almagro in straight sets to reach Barcelona Open third round as Neymar watches on

Rafael Nadal eased past Spanish compatriot Nicolas Almagro 6-3 6-1 to reach the Barcelona Open third round on Wednesday as he began his bid for a ninth title on the clay in the Catalan capital.

Marin Cilic continues to struggle for form as he is knocked out in the second round of the Barcelona Open by Victor Estrella 

U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic was eliminated in the second round of the Barcelona Open on Wednesday, losing to Victor Estrella of the Dominican Republic 6-4, 6-4.


Occasionally, sports coughs up an athlete who becomes famous, even beloved, less for his or her athletic accomplishments or prowess than some mysterious quality of personality, or of the public’s unspoken need. For an extreme example,...Show More Summary

Ana Ivanovic falls to Caroline Garcia again as fifth seed bows out in first round of Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart

Ana Ivanovic crashed out at the first hurdle of the 2015 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart on Tuesday as she suffered another defeat to Caroline Garcia.

British tennis fans face Wimbledon-style scramble for Davis Cup quarter-final tickets 

British tennis fans face a Wimbledon-type scramble for Davis Cup quarter-final tickets this summer and are likely to end up with less than half the overall allocation.

Kei Nishikori launches Barcelona Open title defence with win over Teymuraz Gabashvili

Top seed Kei Nishikori made a successful start to his Barcelona Open title defence with a straight sets victory over Teymuraz Gabashvili on Tuesday.

Andy Murray watches Lionel Messi and Co defeat PSG in Champions League quarter-final as he takes a break from training

It's been a good month for Andy Murray. If tying the knot with childhood sweetheart Kim Sears wasn't enough, Murray has now witnessed two Barcelona victories in less than a week.

Burning Questions for Top Male Tennis Players Before the 2015 French Open

A month remains until the French Open, but there's still plenty to be decided during these crucial next few weeks. At the summit of the game stands Novak Djokovic, the uncontested No. 1 player in the world. Will anyone keep him fromShow More Summary

Jose Mourinho: 'I felt British when Andy Murray won Wimbledon. It was so emotional'

Jose Mourinho has revealed that he felt like he was British when Andy Murray won Wimbledon two years ago. The Chelsea manager also described SW19 as 'more than a Grand Slam'.

Andy Murray and Davis Cup team to play quarter final against France at Queen's Club

Andy Murray and his Davis Cup colleagues have got their preferred venue by securing London’s Queen’s Club as the place where they will take on France in the Davis Cup quarter final.

Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki and Anna Ivanovic head tennis stars attending Porsche Grand Prix opening bash

Stars of women's tennis, including Maria Sharapova and Caroline Wozniacki put on their glad rags to attend the Porsche Grand Prix Tennis opening ceremony in Stuttgart on Monday.

Serena Williams 'not ready for claycourt season' as tennis star fails to impress Fed Cup win

Twice French Open champion Serena Williams said her struggle to beat Sara Errani in the Fed Cup on Sunday had been a real 'eye-opener' as the claycourt season gets into full swing.

Eugenie Bouchard is the Wimbledon darling who turned into a superbrat

Eugenie Bouchard's refusal to shake hands with Romanian opponent Alexandra Dulgheru before Fed Cup match was the precursor of a dreadful few days for the world No 7.

Rafa Nadal not worried by Novak Djokovic defeat as the king of clay says he can retain his French Open title for sixth year in a row

A red hot Novak Djokovic is being tipped to end Rafa Nadal's stranglehold at Roland Garros in June but the Spaniard dismissed the threat as being no different to those he has faced before.

Grades for Top Stars at the 2015 Monte-Carlo Masters

The outcome of the 2015 Monte-Carlo Masters might not have raised any eyebrows, but there were stars on display who made the grade in style to turn their seasons around. Grigor Dimitrov secured a quarter-final place after a succession of early exits in recent weeks. Show More Summary

Eugenie Bouchard Going from Golden Girl to Problem Child

Eugenie Bouchard, once the WTA Tour's new golden girl, is turning into a problem child. Last year's breakout star and media darling is struggling on tour and making news for the wrong reasons. A few days ago, during a Fed Cup draw ceremony, Bouchard refused to shake the hand of her opponent. The Fed Cup ritual is not mandatory. Show More Summary

Fed Cup Anarchy: Swiss Don’t Miss; U.S., Canada Fail

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"I wrote a message to [Hingis] after her loss on Saturday to tell her that I was proud of what she did and I was inspired too," Bacsinszky said of Hingis' effort that came just shy of a singles win, 17 years after she played her last Fed Cup singles. "I told her she needs to be proud of herself. Not everyone can come back and play such great tennis as this."

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