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Federer becomes oldest No. 1 player ever

Federer becomes oldest No. 1 player ever

After beating Robin Haase on Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the 2018 ABN AMRO tournament in the Netherlands, Roger Federer assured himself of the No. 1 ranking in the ATP, becoming the oldest
ATP finds no evidence that Harrison made racist remarks to Young

ATP finds no evidence that Harrison made racist remarks to Young

The Association of Tennis Professionals says it didn't find sufficient evidence to support American Donald Young's claim that Ryan Harrison directed racist remarks toward him Monday at the New York
Report: ATP investigating after Young says Harrison made racist remarks about him

Report: ATP investigating after Young says Harrison made racist remarks about him

The ATP is reportedly investigating an incident between American players Ryan Harrison and Donald Young at the New York Open on Monday, in which Young said Harrison made racist remarks about him. "I'm
Texas A&M tennis player appears to spit in hand before post-match handshake

Texas A&M tennis player appears to spit in hand before post-match handshake

Spitting in your hand before shaking your opponent’s is a new level of petty and embarrassing sportsmanship @AggieMTEN @12thMan @ITA_Tennis @NCAA pic.twitter.com/pVRxTOpy0k— Rohith (@RKoneru1)
Netherlands leads Davis Cup-holder France 1-0

Netherlands leads Davis Cup-holder France 1-0

ALBERTVILLE, France (AP) Defending champion France lost the opening singles to the Netherlands in the Davis Cup World Group on Friday when Adrian Mannarino was upset in straight sets by a player more
9 takeaways from the 2018 Australian Open

9 takeaways from the 2018 Australian Open

As the first major of every season, taking place just two weeks into the new year, we always come into the Australian Open a little bit blind, without the kind of data points that might let us know
Wilson selling 20 platinum rackets in honor of Federer's 20th Grand Slam

Wilson selling 20 platinum rackets in honor of Federer's 20th Grand Slam

Roger Federer fans will have an opportunity to own a piece of tennis history after the Swiss star captured his 20th Grand Slam singles title Sunday in the Australian Open final. To commemorate the
Roger Federer just keeps showing up for work

Roger Federer just keeps showing up for work

If it sometimes seems like Roger Federer is unflappable and doesn't get nervous, his fourth set against Marin Cilic in the Australian Open final offered a reminder that he is, if not physically human,
Federer overcome with emotion after another Aussie Open win: 'The fairytale continues'

Federer overcome with emotion after another Aussie Open win: 'The fairytale continues'

Roger Federer was overcome with emotion as he concluded his remarks to the Rod Laver Arena crowd following his Australian Open victory over Marin Cilic.The 20-time major winner had difficulty
Federer defeats Cilic to win Australian Open, 20th Slam

Federer defeats Cilic to win Australian Open, 20th Slam

Roger Federer has captured his 20th Grand Slam singles title, beating Marin Cilic in a tense, back-and-forth Australian Open final 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.It's the sixth Australian Open title in
Aussie Open final preview: The GOAT goes for No. 20, but will he be pushed?

Aussie Open final preview: The GOAT goes for No. 20, but will he be pushed?

Well, here we are again. While Roger Federer's contemporaries and greatest historical challengers have fallen victim to injuries, upsets, and age-related decline, the 36-year-old wizard has skated to
Chung retires due to blisters, sends Federer to Aussie Open final

Chung retires due to blisters, sends Federer to Aussie Open final

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Hyeon Chung's agent says the Korean star was forced to retire from his match against Roger Federer due to painful blisters that had developed on top of one another during his
Cilic advances to first Aussie Open final after cruising past Edmund

Cilic advances to first Aussie Open final after cruising past Edmund

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Marin Cilic has advanced to his first Australian Open final, beating Kyle Edmund of Britain 6-2, 7-6 (4), 6-2.The sixth-seeded Croatian player becomes just the second man
The sad ballad of Tomas Berdych

The sad ballad of Tomas Berdych

In this new era of men's tennis tumult, it's comforting to know there are still some things we can consistently rely on. Like, for instance, the familiar beats and outcome of a Tomas Berdych-Roger
Aussie Open semifinal preview: And now, for something completely different

Aussie Open semifinal preview: And now, for something completely different

After a 2017 edition that was steeped in nostalgia and familiarity, this year's Australian Open has offered up a batch of fresh faces and storylines.Of the eight semifinalists in Melbourne last year,
Federer texted support to injured Nadal before quarterfinal win

Federer texted support to injured Nadal before quarterfinal win

MELBOURNE - Roger Federer says he wished Rafael Nadal well after the Spaniard retired from his quarterfinal match against Marin Cilic with a leg injury.Federer said after his quarterfinal win over
Serena calls out Sandgren on Twitter

Serena calls out Sandgren on Twitter

It's been a dramatic week for Tennys Sandgren.The conclusion of his Cinderella run at the Australian Open - ended by Hyeon Chung's own breakout performance - should've been bittersweet. Now, the
Federer cruises past Berdych to reach 14th Aussie Open semis

Federer cruises past Berdych to reach 14th Aussie Open semis

Roger Federer has swept aside Tomas Berdych 7-6 (1), 6-3, 6-4 to reach his 14th semifinal at the Australian Open.The 36-year-old Federer also became the oldest man to reach the semifinals at Melbourne
Nadal suggests ATP look into player health: 'Too many people getting injured'

Nadal suggests ATP look into player health: 'Too many people getting injured'

Rafa Nadal looked to have put his recent knee issues behind him, as he cleaved through his Australian Open draw without much trouble and pulled to within a set of the semifinals. Then, in the fourth
Is stability at the top of men's tennis a thing of the past?

Is stability at the top of men's tennis a thing of the past?

In the past, this would be the point at a Grand Slam in which the men's field began to calcify, in which the first week-and-a-half began to feel like a formality as the reliables took center stage and