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Djokovic best in history, says Nadal
Rafael Nadal has acknowledged Novak Djokovic "is the best in history" Nadal says his achievements do not cause him "any kind of frustration" The Spaniard is recovering from injury and is not set to play again this year. Next year's tennis event at the Paris Olympics will also be played at Roland-Garros.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 15 sources
Roger Federer · India
'I thought it was my wife!' - Roger Federer flustered by cheeky Rafael Nadal question at Laver Cup
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal played in the final of the Laver Cup in London. Federer won the match against Nadal in straight sets. The former world No. 1 said he was 'not sad' to be leaving the sport. He said: 'I wanted to feel like this at the end'See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Roger Federer · Quebec City
Laver Cup 2023: 'I can play games too' - Felix Auger-Aliassime and Gael Monfils in tense moment
"Tensions rose as Felix Auger-Aliassime took on Gael Monfils in a hotly-contested Laver Cup tie in Vancouver, Canada. It was only hotly-contested for the events surrounding the match, rather than the on-court action, as the Canadian cruised to a 6-4 6-3 win. The duo were involved in an ongoing war of words, with Auger-Aliassime saying afterwards: “things get tense on the court sometimes”."See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
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[Opinion] Novak Djokovic will change negative opinions after sparkling Ryder Cup appearance
Novak Djokovic played in an All-Star game ahead of the Ryder Cup. The Serbian was part of Colin Montgomerie's team, which also included Gareth Bale. The sporting greats shared some exchanges on the practice ranges. The Ryder Cup takes place at Gleneagles in Scotland on September 26-28.See the Story
Swedish tennis player suspended over anti-corruption breach
Dragos Nicolae Madaras has been banned from playing in any tennis tournaments since 17 August 2023. The 26-year-old has won 10 titles from 14 finals at ITF level this year. He is currently ranked 220th in the world, having reached a career-high of 191 in July.See the Story
Tennis · Beijing
Daniil Medvedev motivated ahead of event that is 'even stronger than a Grand Slam'
The China Open is being held for the first time since 2019. Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz are the top two seeds in the draw. 15 of the top 20 players in the ATP Rankings will feature at the tournament. The 2021 US Open champion will face Tommy Paul in the first round.See the Story
Ana Ivanovic and her footballer husband enjoying sporting retirement
Ana Ivanovic is set to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2024. The 2008 French Open champion retired from tennis back in 2016. Ivanovic was a hugely significant figure in Serbian tennis and provided a blueprint for others in her nation to shine on the tour.See the Story
'Carlos Alcaraz invigorated tennis after people were upset at Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal absence'
Alexandra Stevenson believes Carlos Alcaraz has invigorated the men's game. Former world No 18 thinks this year's Wimbledon and US Open tournaments showed there is more to men's tennis than Federer, Nadal and Andy Murray. Stevenson also openly reflected on her retirement from tennis, having had her progress halted by a shoulder injury.See the Story
Demand for 2024 Wimbledon tickets revealed as ballot is officially opened
The ballot has opened to buy tickets for next year’s Wimbledon Championship and the huge demand appeared to overwhelm the All England Club servers. An email confirming the ballot was live was sent out on Tuesday morning, with those hoping to buy tickets for Wimbledon urged to click on the link to get into the draw. This is a relatively new innovation for Wimbledon, who ran a postal ballot for many years but have now moved towards a more digital …See the Story
Carlos Alcaraz makes Novak Djokovic confession as race for No 1 spot heats up
Carlos Alcaraz has admitted his battle with Novak Djokovic for the world No 1 ranking is on his mind every time he practises and at every tournament. The 20-year-old is set to make his debut appearance at the China Open in Beijing. The two-time Grand Slam champion has fought for the top spot throughout this year. He was top of the ATP Rankings for the first time after winning the 2022 US Open.See the Story
'Maybe six guys could win Slams right now - even though Novak Djokovic is just dominating'
Former WTA star Alexandra Stevenson believes there are six men who could win a Grand Slam on the men's side. The 36-year-old believes Novak Djokovic is currently the best player in the world. Stevenson also believes the Laver Cup should have more women in it.See the Story