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21hPeter 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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Sharapova to play doubles in Fed Cup vs. Dutch

Maria Sharapova was passed over for the singles and is scheduled to play doubles for Russia against the Netherlands in their Fed Cup first-round tie starting Saturday.

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Halep delays nasal operation to play Fed Cup

World No. 2 Simona Halep has postponed a nasal operation so she can play for Romania against the Czech Republic in the first round of the Fed Cup World Group.

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Social scene: #Kerber wins! #Kerber wins!

From fellow players on the tour to German sports stars, the Twitterverse weighed in on Angelique Kerber's stunning upset of Serena Williams in the Aussie Open final.

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Hingis, Mirza win Australian Open doubles title

Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza beating the Czech pair of Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka 7-6 (1), 6-3 to win the women's doubles title Friday at the Australian Open.

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8dMatt Wilansky

Tennis creates Laver Cup, pits Europe vs. world

The inaugural Laver Cup -- a Ryder Cup-like event that will pit Europe's best players vs. those from the rest of the world -- will take place in 2017.

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Venus, not Serena, to play Fed Cup vs. Poland

Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens will lead the U.S. Fed Cup team against Poland next month with an opportunity to advance back into the competition's top tier in 2017.

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Kyrgios avoids sanction for using phone on court

Nick Kyrgios escaped punishment for answering his phone on court before a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open, because the call was taken before the pre-match meeting.

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Chris Evert @ChrissieEvert

Roger Goodell: "Football teaches you discipline, teamwork, and perseverance better than any other sport" I can name a few..And they're safer

Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon

Russia should win Fed Cup tie against the Netherlands handily, get set for sight of Sharapova getting thrown in for inconsequential doubles.