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# tennis - Today’s News

Tomic fails with Wimbledon prize money appeal and receives ticking off

Grand slam board director Bill Babcock said there could be little justification for Bernard Tomic to be reimbursed.

# tennis - Sunday 14 July, 2019

'This will take some time to recover from physically'

Novak Djokovic prevailed against Roger Federer in the longest ever final played at Wimbledon.

# tennis - Saturday 13 July, 2019

Simona Halep stuns Serena Williams in straight sets to win Wimbledon

The 2018 French Open winner was crowned Women’s Singles champion on Saturday with a superb display.

'It lived up to the hype' - Federer ranks Nadal classic as one of the his all-time best

Roger Federer says his pulsating battle with Rafael Nadal “had everything” and ‘lived up to the hype’.

# tennis - Thursday 11 July, 2019

Serena Williams on verge of history as she breezes into Wimbledon final

The American star is one match away from equalling Margaret Court’s Grand Slam title record.

'A lifetime experience': Serena refuses to rule out future Murray pairing

Although their Wimbledon dream came to an end, Williams and Murray are keen to play with each other again.

# tennis - Wednesday 10 July, 2019

Semi-final bound Federer makes history with 100th Wimbledon win

The Swiss was too good for Kei Nishikori, bringing up a century of singles wins at the All England Club.

# tennis - Tuesday 9 July, 2019

Andy Murray and Serena Williams through to Wimbledon last 16 with straight-set win

The pair overcame 14th seeds Fabrice Martin and Raquel Atawo on Tuesday evening.

# tennis - Monday 8 July, 2019

World number one crashes out of Wimbledon Shock Exit This post contains videos

World number one crashes out of Wimbledon

Australian Ashleigh Barty lost her fourth-round tie to Alison Riske this afternoon.

Fognini could be fined over 'bomb' outburst during Wimbledon defeat Sw19 This post contains videos

Fognini could be fined over 'bomb' outburst during Wimbledon defeat

The Italian 12th seed apologised for his comments following Saturday’s loss to Tennys Sandgren.

# tennis - Saturday 6 July, 2019

Federer hits slam landmark as he cruises into last 16 while Nadal urges patience for challengers

There looked to be no stopping the big names in the Wimbledon men’s draw on Saturday with big markers laid down.

Wimbledon greats Serena and Murray thrill in mixed doubles opener

The pair teamed up for the first time to good effect on Saturday, winning in Wimbledon’s mixed doubles.

Irresistible Nadal outclasses Tsonga for speedy Wimbledon progress

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga proved no match for Rafael Nadal, who raced into the fourth round at Wimbledon on Saturday.

'I hope Beyonce saw that. I'd love to go to a concert,' says Wimbledon's 15-year-old star Dream Come True This post contains videos

'I hope Beyonce saw that. I'd love to go to a concert,' says Wimbledon's 15-year-old star

Cori Gauff saw off Polona Hercog with a stunning fightback on Friday evening.

# tennis - Thursday 4 July, 2019

Andy Murray makes winning comeback at Wimbledon

‘I was a little bit nervous at the start but got better as match went on,’ he said after his doubles win with Pierre-Hugues Herbert.

Nadal sees off Kyrgios in four-set grudge match, Serena Williams recovers to progress Thriller This post contains videos

Nadal sees off Kyrgios in four-set grudge match, Serena Williams recovers to progress

Kyrgios branded the umpire a ‘disgrace’, caught out his opponent with an audacious under-arm serve…and exited Wimbledon.

# tennis - Sunday 30 June, 2019

Wimbledon champion Kerber wary of Serena shadow

Kerber won her third career major at the All England Club last year with victory over the American.

Ireland’s over-85s tennis world champion on playing at Wimbledon in the 1950s Still Serving This post contains videos

Ireland’s over-85s tennis world champion on playing at Wimbledon in the 1950s

With Wimbledon starting tomorrow, we looked back at the career of June Ann Byrne, who first graced Wimbledon’s grass courts in 1951.

# tennis - Thursday 27 June, 2019

15-year-old makes Wimbledon history by earning main-draw spot

Cori Gauff is the youngest women to qualify for the singles event in the Open Era.

# tennis - Wednesday 26 June, 2019

Wimbledon puts Federer ahead of Nadal in controversial seedings move

It’s been confirmed that the Spaniard will be seeded behind Roger Federer this year despite their world ranking positions.

# tennis - Sunday 23 June, 2019

Murray delighted after painless comeback success

The Scot’s encouraging return from major hip surgery continued at Queen’s Club.

# tennis - Friday 21 June, 2019

Nick Kyrgios slapped with a fine following angry outburst at Irish umpire

The controversial Aussie was punished for two separate incidents, including a rant at Irishman Fergus Murphy.

# tennis - Monday 17 June, 2019

Irish teenager wins maiden ITF Future Tour title in first pro tournament

Georgia Drummy had an excellent week in Portugal.

# tennis - Wednesday 12 June, 2019

'Pretty much pain-free' Murray hoping for singles return this year

Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray is ‘progressing all of the time’ but is prepared to be patient rather than rush a singles return.

# tennis - Monday 10 June, 2019

Nadal not worried about catching 'neighbour with bigger TV' Federer in Grand Slam stakes

Nadal now sits just two major trophies off his rival’s record.

# tennis - Sunday 9 June, 2019

Unstoppable Nadal makes history with remarkable 12th French Open title

Dominic Thiem produced a fine display, but the Austrian was ultimately well beaten at Roland Garros.

'I tried to tell myself that I may never get this chance again. I grabbed it with both hands'

Ashleigh Barty ended Australia’s 46-year year wait for a French Open title on Saturday.

# tennis - Saturday 8 June, 2019

Ashleigh Barty ends Australia's 46-year wait for French Open title after thrashing Czech teenager

Eighth seed Barty got off to a strong start and never looked back to claim her maiden Grand Slam title.

Thiem ends Djokovic's bid for history by setting up French Open final against Nadal

Djokovic was bidding to join Rod Laver in the Grand Slam history books, but came up short on Saturday.

# tennis - Thursday 6 June, 2019

'These four women have played so well and earned their right to play on the biggest stage'

Sexism row stirs as women’s French Open semi-finals are moved away from showpiece court in ‘unfair and inappropriate’ rescheduling.

Thiem relishing last-four challenge alongside 'best players of all time' Djokovic, Federer and Nadal

A fourth French Open semi-final awaits the Austrian, but to claim the title he will have to be at his very best.

Dream to win four Grand Slams in the same season alive as Djokovic reaches French Open semi-final

The world number one will meet Austrian Dominic Thiem after defeating Alexander Zverev in straight sets.

# tennis - Wednesday 5 June, 2019

Torrential Paris rain disrupts French Open and causes scheduling headache

No play was possible at Roland Garros on Wednesday.

# tennis - Tuesday 4 June, 2019

Federer and Nadal to meet in French Open semi-final after Swiss sees off Wawrinka

Federer beat Wawrinka in four sets to advance to the semi-finals of the 2019 French Open.

Sloane Stephens exits French Open as magnificent Konta books first semi-final place

Stephens’ hopes of going one better than last year in Paris were ended by an inspired Johanna Konta.

# tennis - Monday 3 June, 2019

Murray set to make long-awaited return from injury in doubles draw at London tournament

The former world number one Andy Murray will play for the first time since the Australian Open.

# tennis - Saturday 1 June, 2019

Serena's Slam history bid halted in Roland Garros shock

Sofia Kenin stunned the superstar in straight sets.

'There was a weight on me' - Top seed on stress-induced headaches after French Open exit

Naomi Osaka lost out to Katerina Siniakova in the third round of the tournament at Roland Garros.

# tennis - Friday 31 May, 2019

Federer wins record 400th Grand Slam match as second seed Pliskova crashes out of French Open

Meanwhile, Rafa Nadal survived a blip on his way to a fourth round berth.

# tennis - Thursday 30 May, 2019

Osaka survives second scare as Djokovic and Williams cruise at French Open

The two-time Grand Slam winner fought back from the brink again, this time against the experienced Victoria Azarenka.

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