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  1. American Amanda Anisimova, seen here at the 2020 Australian Open, rallied to beat Caroline Dolehide

    Tennis: Anisimova rallies to beat Dolehide in Charleston

    Amanda Anisimova saved a match point en route to a 5-7, 7-5, 10-2 victory over fellow American Caroline Dolehide at the invitational women's ...
  2. Renovated Philippe-Chatrier central tennis court at Roland-Garros in Paris

    French Open pushed back a week, ATP and WTA announce August resumption

    The re-scheduled French Open has been pushed back a further week and the ATP Tour and WTA Tour have both issued revised calendars as professional ...
  3. Tennis - Australian Open - First Round

    Tennis: Konta wants ATP/WTA to be a merger of equals

    British number one Johanna Konta feels a merger of the women's governing WTA tennis body with the men's ATP makes sense but stressed it must only ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A logo is seen at the entrance to the International Tennis Federation headquarters in L

    ATP, WTA and ITF extend suspensions due to COVID-19 pandemic

    The ATP Tour and International Tennis Federation (ITF) have extended their suspensions of professional tennis until July 31 due to the COVID-19 ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Davis Cup Finals - Semi-Final

    Canada's Pospisil hits out at Kyrgios for merger opposition

    Canada's Vasek Pospisil has hit back at Nick Kyrgios for opposing the proposal to merge the men's ATP and women's WTA tennis tours, saying the ...
  6. CEO of WTA Steve Simon talks to the media at Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, Florida, in

    Tennis: WTA chief says merger with ATP would not be 'acquisition'

    Women's Tennis Association (WTA) chief Steve Simon has said a merger with the men's ATP "makes all the sense in the world" but that it would not ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Tennis - Australian Open - First Round

    Tennis: Lopez warns early return of Tours could be unfair

    Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez says he is "not very positive" about the chances of the ATP and WTA Tours returning to normal within three months ...