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Murray looks to advance

For the third straight day, Andy Murray is on the court at Roland Garros. Will the Scot have any issues against Mathias Bourgue? (Follow live on CourtCast.)

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Kyrgios already courting controversy

Australian star Nick Kyrgios has courted controversy in his first-round French Open clash with a foul-mouthed rant in which he accused experienced umpire Carlos Ramos of "unbelievable bias".

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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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Judy Murray: Konta can make top 10

Johanna Konta soon could become the first British woman since 1986 to break into the world's top 20, but Judy Murray and Jo Durie believe she can go even higher.

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Bodo: Federer drifting earthward, but he's not done

Roger Federer's withdrawal from the French Open raises questions, no doubt, but it's certainly too soon to jump to conclusions about his future in the game.

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Russian official backtracks on Sharapova claim

Russian Tennis Federation head Shamil Tarpischev said he did not mean to suggest in earlier comments that a failed doping test could end Maria Sharapova's career.