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AO Junior Champion charged

Reigning Australian Open boys’ singles champion Oliver Anderson has been charged with match fixing. Victoria Police Sporting Integrity Intelligence Unit detectives charged the 18-year-old from Brisbane by summons with engaging in conduct that corrupts a betting...

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First blood to Djokovic

It was only a 250 ATP Tour event but the battle between the top two players in the world produced a performance befitting a Masters or even a Grand Slam final, such was the intensity and effort put it into it by the two...

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Andy Murray, first three-time winner

After winning the ATP World Tour Finals to end the year as the World No1 having collected nine titles during 2016, including Wimbledon for a second time and then retaining the Olympic crown, it wasnŠ—Èt surprising to learn that Andy Murray was favourite to win this yearŠ—Ès BBC SportŠ—Ès Personality of the Year. This was confirmed on Sunday night in Birmingham when he received 247,410 of the public votes, nearly twice as many votes as second placed two-time Olympic Triathlete Alistair Brownlee (121,665), and third placed Nick Skelton, the veteran showjumper...

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Moya gets the call up

There have been occasions during the past years where Rafa NadalŠ—Ès coaching team has been questioned. His uncle Toni has supervised that area ever since he was a child and it was reasoned that Nadal should have a new voice to listen to, much as his contemporaries of the Big Four have done, namely Roger Federer with Stefan Edberg, Novak Djokovic and Boris Becker as well as Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl. It seems that that message has now been received as Nadal announces that his long-term friend and fellow Majorcan, is to step up as a coach for...

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How Andy Murray has changed British tennis

Andy Murray beat the odds to be crowned ATP Finals champion, securing the year-end world number one spot for the first time. He beat his old rival Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4 in the last match of 2016 on the ATP tour and has every chance of keeping his top-place ranking early in 2017, as the Serb has a huge number of points to defend in the first half of the season. While Murray has set the bar extremely high, the level of British players underneath him is also rising...

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