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  2. Tennis Magazine

    Tennys Sandgren's surprise run has been a long time coming
    Tennis Magazine
    MELBOURNE — The last remaining American man in the 2018 Australian Open singles draw is… Tennys Sandgren. Surprised? So is he. “I almost want to ask you how surprised are you that I'm still here. It's definitely surprising,” Sandgren told ...

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  3. Macau Daily Times

    Tennis | WTA signs lucrative 10-year deal to move finals to Shenzhen
    Macau Daily Times
    The WTA signed a 10-year deal to stage the finals in Shenzhen — double the length of the current commitment in Singapore, the host since 2014. The prize money for the top eight singles players and top eight doubles teams is also a major upgrade from ...
    WTA Finals to move to Shenzhen from Singapore in
    Manchester misses out to Shenzhen in 10-year deal to host WTA...BBC Sport
    WTA Finals to move to ChinaThe New Paper

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  4. Sport24

    Djokovic calls for ATP Tour Finals to move
    Melbourne - Novak Djokovic called for the ATP Tour Finals to travel from their London base on Thursday, saying they were a big asset that should be exploited more. In its current format, the elite season-ending tournament has been held in the British ...
    Novak Djokovic has called for another significant change to the ATP TourGiveMeSport

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  5. Tennis Magazine

    Hyeon Chung defeats Alexander Zverev: Let the loser tell the story
    Tennis Magazine
    MELBOURNE – Those who savor tales of sports, politics, war and business like to say that history is written by the winners. In this case, let us start at the opposite end. Just past 5:30 p.m. today, fourth-seeded Alexander Zverev once again took a two ...
    Australian Open: Alexander Zverev beaten in five sets by Hyeon ChungBBC Sport
    Chung Hyeon defeats Alexander
    Australian Open: Chung delivers another Major blow for Alexander ZverevTennis World

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  6. Tennis Magazine

    Composure proves critical in Halep's marathon win over Davis in Oz
    Tennis Magazine
    She's tasted high-level success before, winning her first WTA title in Auckland last year before reaching a high of No. 26. But during that breakthrough year, Davis lost in the first round of all four Grand Slams, and she's never gone beyond the third ...
    Lauren Davis tired but upbeat after matching Aussie Open record in marathon lossSporting News
    Australian Open: Simona Halep saves match points to beat Lauren Davis in epicBBC Sport

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  7. Tennis: S'pore to host WTA Finals for last time this year as season-ender moves to Shenzhen
    The Straits Times
    Last year's title was won by Dane Caroline Wozniacki, who defeated American Venus Williams in straight sets. Simon had said in 2016 that he is keen to find a fixed venue for the tournament, and that Singapore is a place the association "would be very ...

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  8. ATP World Tour

    ATP Firsts: Ryan Harrison
    ATP World Tour
    First tournament of 2018? First final. Navigating his way through a tricky draw at the Brisbane International presented by Suncorp, American Ryan Harrison has impressed at the start of the season with his athletic brand of tennis and the results are ...

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  9. ATP World Tour

    Hard Graft Helps Kubot Rise To No. 1
    ATP World Tour
    41 Kubot reached two ATP World Tour finals at 2009 Belgrade (l. Djokovic) and the 2010 Brasil Open (l. Ferrero). He also contested an all-Polish quarter-final against Jerzy Janowicz at Wimbledon in July 2013. But he solely focused on doubles in late ...

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  10. ATP World Tour

    Allez! Simon Returns To Title Town
    ATP World Tour
    By all measures, 2017 was a struggle for Gilles Simon. The veteran Frenchman managed just a 16-25 record and finished outside the Top 50 of the ATP Rankings for the first time since 2005. But if Simon's performance in the opening week of the new ATP ...

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