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Tom Jenkins for the Guardian 'It's about putting all the pieces together but the puzzle is really big," Tomas Berdych says wryly as he considers the size and complexity of his ambition to break into the top-four of men's tennis with a first grand
Sure, her best tennis is certainly in the rear-view mirror, but Venus Ebony Starr Williams is quietly playing some good ball this season. Yes, the 33-year-old crashed out in the first round at the Australian Open in January and hasn't made it past
In a game that featured 18 runs and three grand slams, UC Santa Barbara fell short in the series rubber game with Cal State Fullerton, as the Titans outpaced the Gauchos on offense with an 11-7 victory. It was the highest scoring game the Gauchos
One relationship that isn't receiving as much publicity but is certainly proving effective is 20th seed Kei Nishikori having 1989 French Open champion Michael Chang in his corner. Nishikori's run to the Sony Open semifinal, highlighted by his 3-6, 7-
Maria Sharapova on equal pay Maria Sharapova calls for three-set Grand Slam matches for men Maria Sharapova says men's Grand Slam matches should be played over only three sets like the women. The Russian, 26, told BBC Sport it would not only make the
Andy Murray considers last week's tournament in Acapulco a victory of sorts even though he was upset in the semifinals. He played four matches in four days, including three three-setters and some late-night finishes, without his surgically repaired
British number one Andy Murray will play for Bangkok in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League. The Wimbledon champion, 26, will play alongside Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Victoria Azarenka in tennis' version of cricket's Indian Premier League.
The World No 2 will return to action this week in what will be his first appearance since a bid for a fourth straight Australian Open title ended in a quarter-final defeat to eventual champion Stanislas Wawrinka. That was Djokovic's debut tournament
File photo Chris Evert, a legend of women's tennis, is resigned to seeing Serena Williams matching and probably beating her record of 18 Grand Slam titles at some point, but is not quite as sure that the current world number one is really that good.
Australia's Lleyton Hewitt Tuesday said Kei Nishikori was developing into a serious contender at Grand Slams as he bids to emulate China's Li Na by becoming an Asian major-winner. Hewitt, who will share the stage with China's Li at next month's BNP