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Brit aiming for Grand Slam clean sweep Jordanne Whiley is hoping to create British tennis history after her entry for September's US Open was confirmed. Whiley, 22, has already won the wheelchair women's doubles at the Australian Open, Roland Garros
Elite coaches do not come cheaply, and the Croatian federation has nothing like the resources of an Australian system bankrolled by a successful grand slam. The plan was hatched as a bit of a joke, actually, Eisenbud recalls. You know, haha, what
Persuming that world No 1 Novak Djokovic won`t be part of the touring party during the Davis Cup tie in Bangalore, Indian tennis legend Vijay Amritraj reckons that India will have an "outside" chance against the formidable Serbian side.
Qualifying for the Bank of the West Classic, an annual stop on the women's pro tour, starts today. The main draw begins Monday, culminating with championship matches in singles and doubles on Sunday. The tournament enters its 43rd year with one of
Thursday 24 July 2014 Andy Murray will be in danger of missing out on a place in the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals if his results do not improve in the year's four remaining Masters Series tournaments. The 27-year-old Scot currently
Djokovic beat Switzerland's Roger Federer in five sets for his second Wimbledon title while Kvitova defeated Canada's Eugenie Bouchard in two sets. Novak Djokovic admitted he feared he'd never win another Grand Slam, but with a second Wimbledon title
Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates defeating Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in their men's singles semifinal match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Friday, July 4, 2014. For all their time on the world's biggest tennis
Wimbledon Saturday 05 July 2014 For the second year in succession a young blonde with telegenic looks, a charming smile, big serve and booming groundstrokes has reached her maiden grand slam at Wimbledon. As with Sabine Lisicki last summer Eugenie
These young guys are not afraid," said eight-time Grand Slam champion Jimmy Connors. "They didn't blink...It might be just a one tournament thing but it's a hell of a tournament to do it at. "It reminds me of a few guys I grew up with, the way they
meet rising British tennis star Jordanne Whiley The first time Jordanne Whiley played tennis was in Israel...Sitting by the court with a broken leg, she watched her beloved Dad competing in a tournament and instinctively started to mimic him.