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Like Snapchat, Williamses could be gone in blink of an eye

With so much of the focus on the younger generation of players, it's easy to take the Williams sisters for granted. We're here to say ... don't.

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Tomic takes Rasheed to task over comments

Bernard Tomic says he wants "more than anything to win" and believes Roger Rasheed's scathing comments about his round-one French Open victory showed "how much education he has".

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Sharapova added to preliminary Olympic team

Maria Sharapova, suspended since March for testing positive for the banned substance meldonium, has been included by Russia on its preliminary Olympic team.

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Murray escapes again in five sets

Andy Murray was forced to go the distance again at Roland Garros as he ground out a five-set win over French wild card Mathias Bourgue.

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Tomic does care, regrets $10 million outburst

Bernard Tomic regrets his "$10 million" comments and says he knows only 100 percent effort will change his public perception -- and take him to the top of world tennis.

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Watson closes in on Rio with Gibbs victory

Heather Watson raced out of the blocks on day two of the rain-affected French Open, winning five straight games to seal a three-set victory over Nicole Gibbs.

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Garcia beats Lucic-Baroni for Strasbourg crown

Caroline Garcia of France beat veteran Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia 6-4, 6-1 to win the Strasbourg International on Saturday for her second career title.

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Thiem beats Zverev in Nice for 6th career title

Top-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria beat German teen Alexander Zverev 6-4, 3-6, 6-0 to win the clay-court Nice Open final and clinch his third ATP title of the year.

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