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Bodo: Opportunities dwindling for Federer, Serena

Roger Federer and Serena Williams might be saying they have no retirement thoughts. But their bodies don't appear to be on the same page.

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Bodo: Crunch time for top players on the WTA

The heart of the clay season is just days away, which means this is the last chance for Serena Williams & Co. to get their games in order before the start of the French Open.

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Evans moves into top 100 after title win

Dan Evans has become the fourth British men's tennis player to crack the top 100 after winning the Santaizi Challenger title in Taipei on Sunday.

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British trio crash out in Madrid first round

Johanna Konta, Heather Watson and Laura Robson were all first-round casualties at the Madrid Open on Sunday, ending British interest in the women's event.

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Dimitrov's meltdown leads to Schwartzman win

Unseeded Diego Schwartzman staged a stunning comeback Sunday to upset an irate, second-seeded Grigor Dimitrov and claim his maiden ATP Tour title at the Istanbul Open.

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Fratangelo earns USTA wild card for French Open

Bjorn Fratangelo, who in 2011 became the first American since John McEnroe in 1977 to win the French Open boys' singles title, has earned a wild-card entry for the main draw at Roland Garros.

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Bodo: Vintage Rafa is (almost) back

Rafael Nadal is locked in at the moment, but does that mean he's in prime position to run away with another French Open title?

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Murray to remain outspoken against doping

Andy Murray plans to remain outspoken against doping, despite facing a backlash for some of his recent comments on performance-enhancing drugs in tennis.

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Leicester City was 5,000 to 1, half way to the odds of Roger Federer's 2 sets of twins to play in a doubles Wimbledon final (10,000 to 1).

Roger Federer out of Madrid Open

He will not play this week after suffering a back injury during practice over the weekend. Serena Williams will miss the tournament due to an illness. Story