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Isner continues Atlanta dominance

Two-time defending champion John Isner took down Ricardas Berankis to reach the semifinals of the Atlanta Open (live on ESPN3).

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Serena (elbow) withdraws from Bank of West

World No. 1 Serena Williams has withdrawn from the upcoming Bank of the West Classic because of an elbow injury she says must get "back to 100 percent."

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Bouchard out of Citi Open with abdominal injury

Eugenie Bouchard's dismal year continued Friday, when the former top-10 player was forced to withdraw from next week's Citi Open because of an abdominal injury.

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Azarenka to miss Citi Open with shoulder injury

Former No. 1 and two-time major champion Victoria Azarenka has pulled out of next week's Citi Open hard-court tournament because of an injured right shoulder.

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Hodgkinson: How Lendl could help Dimitrov

Grigor Dimitrov and Ivan Lendl have been spotted hitting together. Imagine what it would do for the struggling Bulgarian if the two started officially working together.

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Top seeds move into Baku Cup semis

To take their seeded place in the Baku Cup final, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia and Karin Knapp of Italy will have to pass two first-time semifinalists on the WTA tour.

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Tomic grabs second straight Claro Open title

Bernard Tomic of Australia defeated Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 to win the Claro Open for the second consecutive year on Sunday.

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Paire wins Swedish Open to earn 1st ATP title

Benoit Paire of France won his first ATP title on Sunday after beating Spain's Tommy Robredo 7-6 (9-7), 6-3, in the men's final at the Swedish Open.

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11dPeter Bodo

Bodo: Old school is good school for Aussies

Davis Cup captain Wally Masur and Lleyton Hewitt sent Australia's young Davis Cup core a message this past weekend: Don't underestimate the old-school Aussie way of getting things done.

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