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Nadal fit for Australian Open

World No 3 Rafael Nadal has declared himself fit to compete at the Australian Open next month after having his appendix removed.

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Top honour for Williams, Djokovic

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been named 2014 World Champions by the International Tennis Federation.

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Ex-Murray coach joins Berdych

Tomas Berdych has hired one of Andy Murray's former coaches to spearhead his challenge in 2015.

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No Wimbledon TV rights sale

Wimbledon's bosses insist they have no plans for any of the famous championships' matches to be screened on pay TV channels.

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Wimbledon roof given go ahead

Two massive renovations at the All England Club have been approved by the Merton Council planning committee.

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Manila pile misery on Slammers

Manila Mavericks heaped more misery on Singapore Slammers with a 23-17 win in the International Premier Tennis League.

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Djokovic holds off Fed in IPTL

Novak Djokovic's UAE Royals emerged with a 29-22 win after the world No 1's first meeting with Rodger Federer and the Indian Aces in the International Premier Tennis League.

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Djokovic signs off with win

Novak Djokovic ended his 2014 campaign by leading the UAE Royals to a consolation victory in the International Premier Tennis League on Saturday.

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ATP Tour purses at record mark

Total prize money on the ATP Tour is set to increase next year, exceeding $100m for the first time in the history of the sport.

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Royals edged out by Slammers

The UAE Royals endured a tense 23-21 defeat against Singapore Slammers which ended the Dubai side's hopes of winning the International Premier Tennis League.

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Aces survive Berdych scare

The Indian Aces held off the Singapore Slammers to win their IPTL clash 28-24, despite the best efforts of Tomas Berdych.

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Djokovic 'happy with Boris'

Novak Djokovic admits it took a 'few months' to get used to Boris Becker as his coach but says he is looking forward to working with the German again in 2015,

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