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2hPeter Bodo

2020 Tokyo Games for Roger Federer? Why not?

Despite his setback, Roger Federer is built for the long haul, which is precisely what he made the decision to pull the plug on his 2016 season and get healthy.

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Bouchard beats Safarova in 3 sets at Rogers Cup

Eugenie Bouchard earned an impressive first-round victory at the women's Rogers Cup on Tuesday, defeating prematch favorite and 28th-ranked Lucie Safarova 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (3).

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Monfils, Berdych advance with Rogers Cup wins

Gael Monfils of France defeated Joao Sousa of Portugal 6-3, 6-3 and fifth seed Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic beat Croatia's Borna Coric 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 at the Rogers Cup on Tuesday.

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6hJake Michaels

Eight controversial Nick Kyrgios moments

In the wake of his recent attack on Australian tennis fans, ESPN has compiled a list of the top eight most infamous Nick Kyrgios moments.

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2dKamakshi Tandon

After Slam slip, Djokovic regroups for Toronto

Novak Djokovic makes his return to the hard courts at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, primed for a fresh start following his surprising third-round exit at Wimbledon.

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Kyrgios sledges Australian fans

Controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios has taken a whack at Australian sports fans after bowing out of the Rogers Cup in Toronto.

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8dMatt Wilansky

Federer, Nadal both withdraw from Rogers Cup

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal withdrew from the Rogers Cup, joining Andy Murray as top stars who will skip the first Masters Series tournament of the summer.

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Croatia rallies to stun U.S. in Davis Cup

The odds stacked against his underdog side, Croatian captain Zeljko Krajan was brimming with confidence Sunday morning before the reverse singles match in the Davis Cup quarterfinal tie against U

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12dPeter Bodo

How Olympic tennis impacts hard-court season

With the Olympics creating uncertainty, the upcoming hard-court season will be fascinating. Here are five key storylines to watch for the stretch of tennis that culminates with the US Open.

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Ramos-Vinolas beats Verdasco for Bastad title

Albert Ramos-Vinolas won his first ATP World Tour singles title at the Swedish Open, while Slovakia's Martin Klizan clinched the German Tennis Championships in Hamburg.

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Hewitt opts out of Rio as coach

Lleyton Hewitt opts out of Australian men's tennis team coaching role at the Rio Olympics

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Bryans stunned; Croatia cuts U.S. Davis Cup lead

Ivan Dodig and Marin Cilic kept Croatia alive in the Davis Cup quarterfinal match with the United States, beating twins Bob and Mike Bryan 6-2, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 on Saturday.


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Mi más sincera enhorabuena a la familia Cosentino y todos sus empleados por conseguir el Premio Nacional de Innovación 2016.

Is Federer hanging on too long?

The last thing anyone wants is for Roger Federer to not recognize the end is here and not yield to time -- the one enemy that remains undefeated. Call it a career?

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There's no doom and gloom for Federer

Roger Federer will miss the Olympics as well as the U.S. Open due to a knee injury, but his decision to miss the rest of the tennis season only underscores how badly he wants to come back healthy -- and win. 'It's the right decision'

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Pam Shriver @PHShriver

Who is a better speaker in history than Bill? If he played tennis he would have won the calendar year Slam at least 3 times

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Taylor said he was affected by an on-off knee injury in second set, improved in third set but doesn't know if will play next two weeks.

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Karlovic said he was still affected by the Washington final and quite tired from the two weeks before, but getting the win helped.