Marcos Baghdatis

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Andy Murray, Li Na move to fourth round in Miami

British sixth seed Andy Murray has downed former practice partner Feliciano Lopez 6-4 6-1 to reach the fourth round at the ATP and WTA Miami Masters.

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Swiss fights history to avoid a flop

Rafael Nadal

Jake Niall Like many before, the men's final could turn into a smashing for the irrepressible Rafael Nadal.

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Sam Stosur appoints Miles Maclagan as tennis coach

Samantha Stosur

Linda Pearce Sam Stosur's productive end to her first season outside the top 15 has finished with the coaching appointment of Miles Maclagan.

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I'm a better player than a decade ago: Federer

Roger Federer.

Linda Pearce Roger Federer says he is a better player than when he won his first Australian Open

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Roger Federer says he's a better player and hungry for Open title

Roger Federer.

Linda Pearce Roger Federer insists he is a better player now than when he won the first of his four Australian Opens.

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With new coach, Stosur's hopes are high

Sam Stosur

Sydney It's a case of new coach, new year but not quite a new beginning for tennis ace.

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Sam Stosur is feeling her way with new coach Miles Maclagan

Samantha Stosur.

Linda Pearce Sam Stosur's initial December training session with Miles Maclagan felt a little like the first date with a new partner after the end of a long marriage.

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Live: 2014 Australian Open - Day Two

Live: Australian Open 2013.

Scott Spits The 2014 Australian Open is into its second day and characteristic heatwave conditions are forecast for Melbourne with the temperature tipped to reach a high of 43 degrees.

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Del Potro sails past Baghdatis

Top seeded Juan Martin Del Potro moved closer to a successful defence of his title at the Swiss Indoors on Thursday by beating Marcos Baghdatis for a third time this season.

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Miles Maclagan to coach Sam Stosur

Samantha Stosur

Linda Pearce Sam Stosur's productive end to her first season outside the top 15 since 2008 has finished with the coaching appointment of Miles Maclagan, the African-born Briton who formerly worked with Wimbledon...

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Nadal suffers shock first-round Wimbledon exit

Rafael Nadal.

Greg Baum Twelve-time grand slam champion Rafael Nadal crashed to one of the most humiliating defeats in Wimbledon history on Monday at the hands of Belgium's world No.135 Steve Darcis.

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Like 'magic': Stakhovsky shocks himself with victory over Federer

Ukraine's Sergiy Stakhovsky.

Greg Baum To Ukranian Sergiy Stakhovsky, Roger Federer on his court, Wimbledon's centre, was two formidable opponents in one, the tennis player and the legend.

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Olga Puchkova defaults after hitting line judge with ball

Jim Slater Top seed Juan Martin Del Potro advanced with ease Thursday at the ATP and WTA Washington Open while Olga Puchkova hit a ball into a line judge and defaulted.

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Matosevic upsets Raonic at Washington Open

Marinko Matosevic

Australian Marinko Matosevic on Thursday recorded arguably the biggest win of his tennis career, upsetting Canadian fourth seed Milos Raonic in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the ATP...

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Berdych, Wawrinka, Murray advance at US Open

Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic.

New York Tomas Berdych and Stanislas Wawrinka set-up a US Open last-16 clash on a heavy, humid Sunday, while Andy Murray cruised into the next round before world No.

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Lleyton Hewitt's US Open adventure continues

Lleyton Hewitt

Linda Pearce The former No.1 has advanced safely into the fourth round, with the romantic possibility of going even deeper still.

Breakthrough win puts Tomic up against Djokovic in Toronto

Tennis Bernard Tomic has snapped a seven-match losing streak to set up a second-round showdown with Novak Djokovic at the Toronto Masters.

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Sharapova's renaissance gaining momentum

Australian Open Tennis Day 5 , Maria Sharapova during her victory over Venus Williams on Rod Laver Arena tonight
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Michael Gleeson Career comeback given credibilty with last night's merciless downing of the veteran Venus.

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Federer stunned by Benneteau in Rotterdam

Roger Federer.

Scott Williams Frenchman Julien Benneteau sent defending champion Roger Federer crashing out of the Rotterdam World Tennis tournament on Friday with a stunning 6-3, 7-5 quarter-final upset.

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Davydenko wins in his farewell year

Dubai Bernard Tomic retired with a "general illness" after only five games against Romania's Victor Hanescu at the Dubai Open, as Russian Nikolay Davydenko brought comedy and an upset to the seedings as he...