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  • Rankings: Osaka enters top-10

    Madrid : Romania’s Simona Halep continued to lead Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings released on Monday, ahead of Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki.

  • Osaka receives trophy in tears, amid audience boos

    New York : The young Japanese Naomi Osaka, champion of the US Open, received her trophy with tears before the booing of the public, which favoured the American Serena Williams.

  • Crowning glory for Halep

    Thrilling fightback gives Simona first French Open title.

  • Sloane Stephens wins Miami Open title

    The conservative, defence-minded strategy the reigning US Open champion adopted from the baseline proved to be the correct one against the 2017 French Open winner, who buried herself under a barrage of unforced errors on Saturday, reports Efe

  • Wozniacki wins first major title at Australian Open

    Melbourne, Caroline Wozniacki finally lifted her first Grand Slam title at the 43rd attempt as she beat Simona Halep 7-6 (7/2), 3-6, 6-4 to win the Australian Open on Saturday. The Dane, who will take over as world number one, burst into tears as she secured the title against the battling Romanian top seed on her first match point of a gruelling, epic encounter.

  • Wozniacki cruises into Open last 16

    Melbourne : World number two Caroline Wozniacki kept her bid for a first Grand Slam title on course as she stormed into the last 16 of the Australian Open.

  • Dimitrov sets sight on Grand Slam

    London : Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov has set his sight on winning his first Grand Slam title after he clinched the biggest title of his career at the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals last evening.

  • Jelena is the champion

    Paris : Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko stunned third seed Simona Halep 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 on Saturday to win her maiden Grand Slam title and become the lowest-ranked champion in French Open history.

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    Serena, Venus braced for Wimbledon final push

    London: Serena and Venus Williams can book places in the Wimbledon final today, seven years after they last slugged it out for a Grand Slam title.

  • Rafael Nadal ready for Toronto return

    Madrid : Rafael Nadal is on track to make the Olympics and plans to return from a wrist injury at the Toronto Masters at the end of July, days before the Games begin, his coach said on Thursday.

  • Rafael Nadal: No plans to split with coach

    New York: Rafael Nadal insists he has no intention of severing his coaching bond with uncle Toni and assured fans that there is no need to panic over his rollercoaster form. The 29-year-old Spaniard, a 14-time Grand Slam title winner, is enduring the worst year of his career, a season which has seen him lose his cherished French Open title and slump to his lowest ranking in a decade. On Wednesday, he

  • Maria Sharapova suffers early exit at Miami Open

    Miami: Women’s World No.2 Maria Sharapova has been beaten by 97th-ranked Russian Daria Gavrilova 6-7 (4), 3-6 at the Miami Open tennis tournament’s second round. The early exit for the five-time Grand Slam winner is the biggest upset so far at the Masters tennis tournament, reports Xinhua.

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    List of Leander Paes’ Grand Slam titles

    Melbourne: Leander Paes won the mixed doubles crown at the 2015 Australian Open with Swiss partner Martina Hingis for his 15th career Grand Slam title.