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ANDY MURRAY MIGHT NOT RETIRE ANYMORE

Andy Murray can still return to professional tennis even if he has another hip operation, says American doubles legend Bob Bryan. Bryan, 40, had a hip resurfacing procedure last summer and is back playing at the Australian Open. Two-time Wimbledon champion Murray, 31, has said he might have to quit if he

Roger Federer Says It’s ‘Exciting’ to Face Serena Williams in New Year’s Day Match-Up

Roger Federer’s wish is about to be granted — he’s getting the chance to return Serena Williams’ powerful serve. The famously unflappable Swiss acknowledges being excited about the prospect of taking on his fellow tennis great on Tuesday in a Hopman Cup mixed doubles match between Switzerland and the United States. “I

Simone Biles, Novak Djokovic, Lewis Hamilton named in ‘Most dominant athletes of 2018’

ESPN has compiled a list of the 20 most dominant athletes of 2018 with American gymnast Simone Biles emerging top of the leaderboard. Shifting away from the usual comebacks and records of the year, the list looks to mathematically asssess an athlete’s dominance in a sport and “redefining the impossible”. The

Federer ATP Struggle Continues

  Sunday 27 November 2011. That was the last time that Roger Federer finished the season-ending ATP Finals tournament with the winner's trophy in his hands. Defeat against eventual champion Alexander Zverev in the semi-finals means that his wait for a seventh title goes on. Back in 2011, Federer opened and finished his

CROTIA WINS DAVIS CUP

Marin Cilic beat Lucas Pouille in straight sets to secure Croatia's second-ever Davis Cup title. Cilic beat Pouille 7-6 6-3 6-3 to give them an unassailable 3-1 lead over hosts and defending champions France. France had taken the final into a third day when Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert won Saturday's doubles

DJOKOVIC DEFENDS FEDERER

Novak Djokovic has defended Roger Federer over claims the Swiss great enjoys preferential treatment on tour. In an interview with French radio station RMC, Julien Benneteau, the 2014 French Open doubles champion, claimed the 20-time Grand Slam winner carried too much influence within the game. Benneteau also voiced his belief that Federer

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