Federer hopes for Wimbledon tonic after troubled year

LONDON: Roger Federer admits Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are clear favorites for the Wimbledon title as the Swiss star tries to salvage an...

Fuming Azarenka vows to bounce back stronger

MELBOURNE: Victoria Azarenka yesterday admitted she was gutted at failing to make the Australian Open semi-finals but said it will quickly be forgotten with...

Nadal wins 11th French Open title

PARIS: Rafael Nadal claimed an 11th French Open title yesterday with a 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 demolition of Dominic Thiem despite a worrying injury scare...

Wimbledon keeps Sharapova guessing on wildcard entry

LONDON: Former champion Maria Sharapova's hopes of playing at this year's Wimbledon championships could hinge on a June 20 meeting of tournament organizers unless...

Kuwait Ninth Tennis Open 2018

KUWAIT: Activities of Kuwait Ninth Tennis Open 2018, which started March 4th under the patronage of President of Arab and Kuwait Tennis Associations, Honorary...

Hiddink happy to work with feisty Costa

LONDON: Guus Hiddink insists he would rather have players with Diego Costa's feisty personality than work with a squad that needed firing up. Costa...

Djokovic and Federer stroll to easy wins

LONDON: Novak Djokovic looked unstoppable when trouncing Kei Nishikori but for sheer swagger Roger Federer remains unrivalled as he demonstrated again when dismantling Tomas...

Kvitova reaches first grass final since 2014

BIRMINGHAM: Petra Kvitova took a big step forwards to convincing herself that she can make a full recovery when she reached the final of...

‘Italian job’: Giorgi ends Wozniacki’s Tokyo reign

Azarenka thrashes Australia's Barty TOKYO: Italian Camila Giorgi dashed Caroline Wozniacki's hopes of a winning a third consecutive Pan Pacific Open title with a stunning...

Djokovic eases into Qatar quarter-finals

DOHA: Novak Djokovic breezed through to the quarter- finals of the Qatar Open yesterday, losing just four games in a comprehensive defeat of Spain’s...

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