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Tennis-Raonic pulls out of Wimbledon due to calf injury

Milos Raonic has withdrawn from the Wimbledon championships this month following a setback in his recovery from a calf injury, the 2016 runner-up said. The former world number three last competed in the Miami Open Masters 1000 tournament in March where he was beaten by Hubert Hurkacz in the last 16 before missing the entire claycourt season, including the French Open.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas training hard on grass ahead Wimbledon. VIDEO

Stefanos Tsitsipas decided to skip the ATP 500 in Halle after reaching the final at the French Open. After taking a little break, Stefanos Tsitsipas started his training on grass at the Queen’s Club to get ready for Wimbledon. Tsitsipas played 3 times in Wimbledon. His best result was reaching...
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Novak Djokovic scores $6M for Miami Beach condo after French Open victory

Fresh off a French Open victory, Novak Djokovic just landed himself another win after unloading his Miami Beach condo for $6 million. The Serbian tennis player, who is currently ranked world No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals, first purchased the luxe pad in 2019 after it was built for $5.77 million.
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Novak Djokovic reveals how his recovery is progressing

The countdown to the premiere of the Mallorca Championships has started with the presence of the first tennis players on the training courts of the Mallorca Country Club. The world number one Novak Djokovic, Daniel Medvedev (2) and Dominic Thiem (5) have led the racket cast that began their preparation this Thursday with the Spanish Pablo Carreño and the local tennis player Jaume Munar.
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David Goffin withdraws from Wimbledon

Top-ranked Belgian tennis player David Goffin won't be making his ninth Wimbledon appearance this year as he has withdrawn from The Championships. Goffin, ranked at No. 13 in the world, kicked off his grass season this week in Halle. Unfortunately for Goffin, he was forced to retire the match to...

Rafael Nadal To Sit Out From Both Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

After claiming his 61st clay-court title in the Barcelona Open back in April and a semifinal defeat at the hands of Novak Djokovic at the recent French Open, Rafael Nadal has announced his decision to pull out from both Wimbledon and the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. “It’s never an easy decision...
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Still-recovering Simona Halep out of Bad Homburg Open

World no. 3 Simona Halep will not be playing the Bad Homburg Open that’s to start next week. The Romanian, who’s travelled to the German city made the announcement via a video that she shared on her social media channel. Halep’s still yet to recover from a calf injury. “Hi...

Naomi Osaka Doesnt Need Wimbledon, Wimbledon Needs Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka, the number two ranked tennis player in the world, announced on Thursday that she would not be competing in Wimbledon this year. Osaka previously withdrew from the French Open and the Women’s Tennis Associations grass tournament in Berlin which was set to begin next week. ESPN reports that Osaka is withdrawing to “[take] some personal time with friends and family” but that she will be prepared to compete at the Tokyo Olympics, should that event ever come to pass.

Last-seed standing Rublev reaches first grass final in Halle

World number seven Andrey Rublev is into his first grass court final on the ATP tour after beating Georgian qualifier Nikoloz Basilashvili in the last four at Halle on Saturday. The 23-year-old Russian was made to work for his 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 semi-final victory in just under two hours. "It’s...

Bubba Watson empathises with Naomi Osaka as US Open challenge gathers pace

When Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open tennis tournament at the end of May, any connection with golf’s US Open would have seemed tenuous at best. Yet of all the sports stars asked in the following days about Osaka’s situation, few were better placed to offer an opinion than Bubba Watson, who went into Saturday’s third round at Torrey Pines just two shots off the lead.

Berrettini into Queen's final on his debut after beating De Minaur

Top seed Matteo Berrettini says he hopes he does not sleep too well ahead of Sunday's Queen's tournament final after beating Alex de Minaur 6-4, 6-4 in the semi-finals on Saturday. The 25-year-old Italian has yet to drop a set on his debut at Queen's and although Australian number one...
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Naomi Osaka Reportedly Makes Decision On Playing At Wimbledon

Just a few weeks ago, Naomi Osaka withdrew from the 2021 French Open amidst controversy caused by her decision to skip mandatory post-match news conferences. With that in mind, Wimbledon was reportedly consulting the No. 2 player in the world ahead of the tournament. “We have spoken to her [Osaka’s] team in the last few weeks,” the club’s chief executive, Sally Bolton told the BBC. “So yes, we’re certainly remaining engaged with Naomi’s team, as we are with all players.”