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Baseline Buzz: Concerned with Serena, Federer and Nadal?

What do we make of Serena Williams' shaky play down the stretch of Slams? How about Roger Federer's latest injury? Our experts shed some light on these burning questions.

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Are you serious? Dustin Brown's circus shot

It's only February, but we can already hand over the shot of the year to Dustin Brown, who needed no eyes to pull off this beauty in a Challenger event in Italy.

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Wozniacki argues with umpire, loses to Cibulkova

Caroline Wozniacki got into a lengthy, heated dispute with the umpire over a mistaken call before losing to Dominika Cibulkova at the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy.

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Bodo: The jam Roger Federer finds himself in

There's no denying Roger Federer finds himself in uncharted territory after undergoing knee surgery, which makes us wonder: Is this the final act of an astonishing career?

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Tandon: Our feel-good moments of the season so far

With the match-fixing circus taking center stage so far this season, we are here to remind you that there have also been some feel-good moments on the tennis circuit.

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Estrella Burgos rallies to defend Ecuador title

Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic rallied from a set down to beat Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2 on Sunday to retain his title on clay in the Ecuador Open in Quito.

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7dPeter Bodo

Bodo: Will Djoker catch Fed? It's much more possible now

With his 11th Grand Slam title in the books, can Novak Djokovic catch Roger Federer's current all-time record of 17? History and the competition (or lack thereof) are on the Serb's side.

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Why Novak Djokovic wins (2:32)

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Strong effort from 18 year old Fritz Carlton taking out Stevie Ray Johnson in 2nd rd of of Memphis, next up Ben Becker for 1st semi's opp

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Impressive effort from Alex Zverev to tough out Simon Sez in just under 3 hrs, next up in the quarters of Rotterdam Le Monf