newstennis19 hours ago

Roger Federer is one of the best people I have ever met, says Tommy Haas

Germany's veteran tennis star Tommy Haas has stated that Roger Federer is one of the best people he has ever met in his life owing to the humility the Swiss maestro possesses. The 39-year old has also stated that Federer is one of the most important sports personality in the history.
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newstennis2 days ago

Novak Djokovic unlikely to play US Open

Former world number one Novak Djokovic may end the year without a Grand slam for the first time in seven years as he might have to withdraw from the US Open due to his elbow injury. Djokovic was forced to retire from his Wimbledon quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych for the same injury.
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newstennis3 days ago

Bernard Tomic stands by his "bored" remark, made after Wimbledon loss

Tennis star Bernard Tomic believes he did nothing wrong in expressing his boredom for the game after his loss at the hands of Mischa Zverev in the first round at Wimbledon. Tomic also stated that his situation won't allow him to quit tennis while revealing that he has never loved the game.
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newstennis6 days ago

BBC receives record peak audience during Wimbledon Women’s Quarter-Final

BBC television has released some astounding figures concerning the Wimbledon women’s quarterfinal that took place on 11 July. The clash between Britain's Johanna Konta and Romanian Simona Halep has notched up a record 7.4 million audience views, one million more than the men’s final.
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newstennis7 days ago

Four Wimbledon and French Open matches under scanner for unusual betting

The Tennis Integrity Unit flagged a total of four matches played at Wimbledon and French Open for unusual betting patterns. Out of the four matches flagged three were played at Wimbledon - two qualifiers and one match in the main draw - drawing unusual bets while one was at the French Open.
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newstennis9 days ago

Federer blasts young players for not putting up tough challenge in Wimbledon

Roger Federer has voiced his disappointment in the young players’ performance, criticizing them for not delivering in recently concluded Wimbledon. He also revealed the reason for his success stating that the young players are not strong enough to challenge ‘Fab-4’, which has been helpful for them.
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newstennis9 days ago

Pune to replace Chennai as venue for "Chennai Open"

Pune is all set to host what used to formerly be known as the Chennai Open as the 'Maharastra One' from next year after the tournament moves to Pune. The organizers of the ATP 250 event, played on hard courts, are trying to rope in players such as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic for 2018.
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newstennis9 days ago

Marin Cilic focuses on the positives from his Wimbledon campaign

Having been outclassed by Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final on Sunday, Marin Cilic said that he would rather focus on the fact that he made it to the final of the most prestigious tournament of the year, rather than his loss in the final. The Croatian also revealed his plans ahead of the US Open.
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newstennis10 days ago

Reports : Chennai Open's venue may shift to Pune

The Chennai Open, India's only ATP event, may move out of the city to Pune owing to the scarcity of sponsors and the political unrest that has gripped the state of Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government has pitched Pune's Balewadi Stadium as the venue for the ATP 250 World Series event.
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newstennis10 days ago

Roger Federer gives no guarantees of returning to Centre court

Despite a record eighth Wimbledon title, Roger Federer has said that he is not sure if he will return to play another Wimbledon as he feels his age may catch up with him finally. The Swiss maestro also expressed his disbelief at coming back and winning a Slam after his long injury lay-off last year.
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