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Novak Djokovic living his own version of Groundhog Day

Novak Djokovic is playing at a different level. That much we all know. But what really separates him from the rest of the field is his ability to mentally filter out the past from the present.

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Five things we learned: Anderson loses after being up 2 sets (2:50)
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Venus' five Wimbledon titles (0:20)
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Wimbledon Diary: Boris the Brit after Brexit?

Wimbledon 2016 is upon us. Two weeks of tantalizing tennis, strawberries and (probably) the occasional rain delay. Mark Hodgkinson kicks off Day 1 with his diary from SW19.

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Tennis' scandalous and salacious 2016 (4:27)
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First to last ball coverage begins from Wimbledon (0:23)
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Sampras: Serena still the best in the world (1:00)
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Barrie's U.S. Open ballperson tryout (2:07)
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Tennis' top 20 of all time

Who's the greatest tennis player of all time? It's a question that elicits heated debate and controversy. A panel of experts voted and came up with our top 20. Did we get it right?

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American Johnson wins Aegon Open

American Steve Johnson secured his first career ATP tour title by triumphing in Nottingham on Saturday at the Aegon Open.

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Serena credits opponents for elevating her game (0:27)
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Laver: Djokovic has 'good shot' at Grand Slam

Tennis great Rod Laver, the last man to win the Grand Slam 47 years ago, believes Novak Djokovic has a "good shot" of pulling off the feat after winning the first two majors of 2016.

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The king and the Djoker

LZ Granderson compares Novak Djokovic to LeBron James and discusses Djokovic's chances of being among the greatest tennis players of all time.

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Andy Murray gets a helping hand

Coach Ivan Lendl's leadership reignited Murray's winning confidence, and Patrick Mouratoglou credits Lendl with giving Murray minor game changes that will create a major on-court impact.

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Roger Federer and Serena Williams have 13 titles and 159 wins between them at Wimbledon. Quiz: Who did what? es.pn/28YbDAM

Federer through the first round

Roger Federer defeated Guido Pella to advance to the second round at Wimbledon.

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Rogers: Mental toughness is everything

Prim Siripipat talks to Shelby Rogers about how important the mental side of the game is to tennis players.

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Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Roger Federer on Marcus Willis' Cinderella story: "I think it's one of the best stories in a long time in our sport, other than Djokovic winning Slams, you know, Rafa doing a good comeback, and Murray playing great. This is the kind of stories we need in our sport. I think it's a great, great story. I'm very excited to be playing him actually. It's not something that I get to do very often. I'm looking forward to that."