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  1. Wimbledon

    Tennis: Navratilova, McEnroe apologise for Margaret Court Arena protest

    Tennis greats Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe have apologised for a breach of "protocol" at the Australian Open after being taken to task by ...
  2. Laver Cup

    Navratilova, McEnroe call for name change to Margaret Court Arena

    Tennis greats Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe called for Margaret Court's name to be stripped from the Australian Open's second showcourt in ...
  3. Laver Cup

    McEnroe hopes Serena can beat 'crazy aunt' Court's record

    John McEnroe mocked Australian Margaret Court as the 'crazy aunt' of tennis on Monday and said he hoped Serena Williams could beat the ...

    Medvedev has thrown a curve ball, says McEnroe

    Russian Daniil Medvedev is the most likely player to break the Grand Slam stranglehold of the "big three" when the Australian Open starts in ...
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    McEnroe praises 'rare talent' in teen Jannik Sinner

    Tennis great John McEnroe heaped praise on 18-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner on Wednesday, telling reporters he sees the young phenomenon as a ...
  6. ATP 500 - Fever-Tree Championships

    Tennis: Anderson, Isner to lead Team World in Laver Cup

    World number eight Kevin Anderson will lead John McEnroe's Team World at the Laver Cup in Geneva in September, with John Isner, Milos Raonic and ...
  7. ATP 500 - Acapulco Open

    US men likely to wander Wimbledon wilderness once again

    The Americans set to compete at Wimbledon are unlikely to end the United States' 19-year drought for the men's title at the All England Club as ...
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    Don't care-Kyrgios the hottest ticket in town

    Perhaps, in years to come, tennis fans will yearn for the days of "characters like Nick Kyrgios", just as they do for John McEnroe, the one-time ...
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    Bad boy Kyrgios brings electricity to tennis, says McEnroe

    Few former players are perhaps better qualified to try and fathom the inner workings of volatile Australian Nick Kyrgios than the original ...