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Second-seeded Richard Gasquet overcame German qualifier Daniel Brands 7-5, 7-5 Friday to reach the Qatar Open final. The 10th-ranked Frenchman struggled early against the big-hitting German. Brands controlled the rallies with his forehand, often
The brief Christmas which he enjoyed back in a soggy and windswept Britain must feel like a distant memory to Andy Murray. The world No 3 has already made his first appearance of the season, in the warmth of the Middle East, and now he is preparing
The 26-year-old, who begins his 2012 campaign at the $1m event by taking on a qualifier, wants to set the ball rolling for his campaign at the Australian Open later this month. I'm coming here to play well, to win some matches, to feel comfortable
But after joining forces with Australian coach Roger Rasheed, Tsonga is confident he has the right tools to break through for a maiden grand slam triumph next year. Tsonga struggled against the top-four players this year, losing all five of his
After fulfilling a couple of exhibition commitments in South America this week, Novak Djokovic is looking forward to a break from tennis. "For two and a half weeks", he said on Monday night, "I will be in a very tropical, very beautiful place with no
November 12, 2012 Roger Federer showed that he is still capable of beating the best in the game as he defeated Andy Murray in straight sets at the Barclay's ATP World Tour Finals in London Sunday...He doubted himself maybe just a touch, and then at
Suggested Topics Andy Murray is hoping not to start thinking about holiday plans until the end of Monday night's final here at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals but the Scot will be taking his first break for two years after the season-ending finale.
Women Jason Szenes/European Pressphoto Agency Andy Murray finally broke into the upper echelon of tennis with an Olympic gold medal and a U.S...The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, which begin Monday in London, are behind only the four Grand Slam
Women Bob and Mike Bryan had been gold medalists for more than a week at that stage, but something was still missing. As they drove to the practice courts a continent away from London, Bob said he suddenly realized with full force that they had well
Roger Federer breezed into the Swiss Indoors semifinals, beating France's Benoit Paire 6-2, 6-2 behind a strong serve Friday to raise his record to 65-9 this season. The top-ranked Swiss was playing the 46th-ranked Paire for the first time.