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Young to face Cilic in Japan

Donald Young has enjoyed somewhat of a resurgence this season, but the American will have his hands full against Marin Cilic at the Japan Open (watch on ESPN3, 11 p.m. ET).

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Serena stands to lose big bucks from WTA exit

Serena Williams' world No. 1 ranking is not in jeopardy, but she could lose up to $3 million as a result of her early withdrawal from the rest of the WTA season.

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Wawrinka tops Stepanek to avoid Japan upset bid

A year after a surprising first-round exit at the Japan Open, French Open champion Stan Wawrinka won his opening match at this year's tournament, beating Radek Stepanek.

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Caple: Our can't-miss tennis movies

Sure, there hasn't been a plethora of tennis-centric movies to hit the box offices, but a few have had a presence on the big screen. Here are some that caught our eye.

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Berdych wins first title of season at Shenzhen

Top-seeded Tomas Berdych won his 11th career ATP Tour title -- and first of the season -- by defeating Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-3, 7-6 (7) in the Shenzhen Open final on Monday.

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Tandon: Tight race shaping up for WTA Finals

With only a few events left before the prestigious year-end finals, a host of players will be fighting for the final five spots. Who will come up big?

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Stosur ousted by Lucic-Baroni at Wuhan Open

Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia beat former U.S. Open champion Samantha Stosur of Australia 6-2, 6-1 on Sunday in the opening round of the Wuhan Open.

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Begu beats Sasnovich to clinch Korea Open title

Top-seeded Irina-Camelia Begu of Romania scored a comfortable 6-3, 6-1 victory over unseeded Aliaksandra Sasnovich of Belarus in the final of the Korea Open on Sunday.

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Davis Cup moves to fifth-set tiebreaker in 2016

The Davis Cup will use fifth-set tiebreakers beginning next year, as the International Tennis Federation approved the change for the men's team competition Friday at its annual meeting.

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Allaster announces resignation as WTA CEO

Stacey Allaster, named one of the most powerful women in sports by Forbes magazine, has resigned as CEO of the Women's Tennis Association, it was announced Tuesday.