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Margaret Court bans Qantas over support of same-sex marriage
TENNIS legend Martina Navratilova says it might be time to change the name of Margaret Court Arena after the Australian great said she would stop using Qantas “where possible” in protest at the airline's promotion of same-sex marriage. “I am ...
Tennis Australia responds to Margaret Court's same-sex marriage opinion
Tennis champion Margaret Court boycotts Qantas over same-sex push
Tennis great Margaret Court will boycott Qantas after airline CEO voices same-sex marriage support
At its core, the changeover is supposed to give tennis players a "break" from play. But it has evolved into a glimpse of the players themselves. From superstitions to smashing rackets to yelling at chair umpires, a lot can happen in 90 seconds.
Aussie tennis triple treat in Strasbourg as Stosur, Gavrilova and Barty make quarter-finals
In a huge boost two days out from the French Open draw, three Australian women have surged into the quarter-finals of a WTA event for the first time in 27 years. Rome quarter-finalist Daria Gavrilova claimed it felt like a Fed Cup camp in sunny ...
15th-ranked player in the world looks to deliver US a men's Grand Slam title for first time since 2003
As the French Open gets set to begin, the biggest American tennis news on the men's side has nothing to do with an active player. Fans are buzzing after 2016 champion Novak Djokovic announced last week that Andre Agassi, an eight-time Grand Slam ...
Tennis debate: Is the French Open women's draw sadly lacking in quality or thrillingly open?
French Open questions: Muguruza, Stan and a calendar-year doubles Slam
Global ambition drives teen tennis star
“No one else in our family plays it but she chose tennis and she has succeeded.” Angelina Subotic Dordevic is this week's Local Sports Star nominee. She is still a junior, but Angelina has her eyes set firmly on the future. “I want to become a pro ...
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In 'Trophy Son,' Fictional Character Accuses Real Tennis Stars of Doping
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The professional tennis trainer Bobby Hicks claims nearly everyone at or near the top of the men's tour uses performance-enhancing drugs. “It's pervasive in tennis and has been for years,” Hicks said. And he is willing to name names, starting with ...
Tennis-Roland Garros now toughest slam of all, says former champ
May 25 (Reuters) - With its quicksilver conditions, quaint old-tech environment and a leviathan casting his shadow across centre court, the French Open is now the hardest grand slam title to win, says former champion and tennis great Mats Wilander.
Kuznetsova and Halep meet up for French Open prep
Security measures for French Open relatively unchanged from 2016
The Tennis Lover's Guide to Paris, In Time for the French Open
Four 30-somethings occupy top four seedings at French Open in sign of tennis' changing times
Received grand slam wisdom was that if a player hadn't won a major by the age of 22, there wasn't much prospect of it happening later. TOUGH: KYRGIOS'S FRENCH OPEN BLOW. And by 30, life in the tennis jungle was unsustainable — even for fading ...
Andy Murray looks to French Open to rediscover his form
Agassi 'good for Djokovic and tennis', says Murray
Tennis-Murray slump is a mystery, says Becker
Tennis Podcast: What will Andre Agassi the 'super coach' be like?
It all gave the Tennis Podcast team plenty to get their teeth into in the latest edition of the show, which is available to listen to now. What do we expect to happen when Agassi and Djokovic get together in Paris? Will it be a success? What will it be ...
Tennis Hall adds fan vote, ballot qualifications
NEWPORT, R.I. -- The International Tennis Hall of Fame is adding a fan vote to its election process in 2019, and will make other changes to its induction policies, including allowing players who meet certain standards to automatically be on the ballot.
Hall of Fame amends induction polices, adds fan vote