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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
Dileep Premachandran American football may not be popular in this part of the world, but in its obsession with individual statistics, there are echoes of India's sporting pastime. Last Saturday, Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos was voted the
Katie Boulter eyes Grand Slam crown after Australian Open loss Katie Boulter is determined to clinch a junior Grand Slam crown before shifting her focus to the professional circuit. Boulter, 17, who teamed up with Serbian Ivana Jorovic, lost the
Kelly Brown of Scotland and Chris Robshaw of England pose for a photo during the Six Nations Launch...There is talk of respect, humility, conciliation, and it does not sit well. France have made much of their internal woes, of scare stories of the
Andy Murray six in ATP world rankings, Wawrinka up to three Andy Murray has slipped to sixth in the world rankings after losing in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. In his second event after back surgery, the Briton was beaten by Roger