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Kyrgios' new approach: Keep calm and move on at Aussie Open

For Nick Kyrgios, the talented yet combustible bad boy of tennis, it was a rather routine 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 win over Portugal's Gastao Elias in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday

Colin Fleming is new national coach for Tennis Scotland

colin fleming is new national coach for tennis scotland
Colin Fleming takes up the new position of national coach for Tennis Scotland, retiring after 10 years on the ATP Tour.
BBC News

Videos for Tennis

News video: Andy Murray's First Slam As Number One Starts Well

Andy Murray's First Slam As Number One Starts Well 00:35

London (CNN)Andy Murray won his first match as the world's best male tennis player, overcoming Illya Marchenko in three close sets in the first round of the Australian Open. Britain's Murray, seeking..
Source: Wochit News -

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With the Australian Open kicking off the tennis season as the first of the grand slams, we look at Sir Andy Murray's performance at the tournament over the past 11 years.
Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -

News video: Serena Williams STRIPS DOWN, Shows Off Dancing and Twerking Skills in Bra Ad

Serena Williams STRIPS DOWN, Shows Off Dancing and Twerking Skills in Bra Ad 01:47

Whatever Serena Williams does, she does it better than anyone else. Widely seen as the best women's tennis player of all time, Serena is taking her talents off the court, showing some seductive moves..
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News video: Tennis clinic for children with autism debuts in Syracuse

Tennis clinic for children with autism debuts in Syracuse

From mid-January through mid-February - children with autism will get a chance to join a tennis team, socialize, and build healthy habits through a clinic and Drumlin's Tennis Club.
Source: WSYR ABC 9 Syracuse -

News video: 1-2 Switch - Is It a Good Icebreaker?

1-2 Switch - Is It a Good Icebreaker? 03:35

Tony and Peter played the minigame collection 1-2 Switch. How does its assortment of table tennis, guessing games, and cow milking fare as a party game? Subscribe to GameSpot!..
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Meghan Markle’s brother apologises after being ARRESTED for booze-fuelled row with girlfriend

*The Suits actress' half-brother, Thomas, wants to seek help for drinking problem* Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nick Harvey/REX/Shutterstock (5745150cp) Meghan Markle and Olivia Buckingham The Polo..

Fraudster Sascha Morris claimed to be former tennis pro to dupe investors

fraudster sascha morris claimed to be former tennis pro to dupe investors
Sascha Morris (pictured), 46, from Killinghall in Harrogate, Yorkshire, posed as an ex Australian tennis player, who was now a financial advisor.

Australian Open: Andy Murray beats Illya Marchenko in first round

British tennis player Andy Murray defeated Illya Marchenko of Ukraine in the first game of the Australian Open here on Monday, January 16.

Big Bash to big stage, Barty with win

big bash to big stage, barty with win
Ashleigh Barty stunned Australian tennis fans more than two years ago when she turned her back on the sport to play top-level cricket.
SuperSport Also reported by •SBSReutersReuters India

Aljaz Bedene considered quitting tennis after Davis Cup block

Aljaz Bedene has revealed he almost quit tennis last year following the decision to forbid him from representing Great Britain in the Davis Cup.

Australian Open 2017: Some tennis fans not happy with new Melbourne Park entrance

Th new look Australian Open has caused some angst among tennis fans spilling into Melbourne Park for the first day of the tournament.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Andy Murray asks 'what's this?' as he is given an unfamiliar brand of water during Australian Open first round tie 

andy murray asks 'what's this?' as he is given an unfamiliar brand of water during australian open first round tie 
When you are a tennis player and battling it out in soaring temperatures hydration is particularly important. Yet for Sir Andy Murray it seems as though he only recognises select brands of water.

Fans barred from Aus Open after flare-up

fans barred from aus open after flare-up
A group of fans was barred from the Australian Open on Monday after letting off flares nearby, recalling violent disturbances that have previously marred the Grand Slam tennis tournament.

Olympic champion Puig hopes for golden form in Melbourne

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Monica Puig would never trade her surprise singles gold at the Rio Games for any grand slam success but Puerto Rico's first Olympic champion felt compelled to lock the medal away..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters

On Tennis: With the Tennis Season Beginning, a Wish List for 2017

A longtime tennis writer looks at the sport and sees some ways it can improve.

Sunday's "360": W&M men sweep State Open gymnastics titles; ODU wins twice to improve to 3-0 in men's tennis

COLLEGES:  Men’s gymnastics: William and Mary opened its season Sunday with a strong showing at the State Open at Kaplan Arena, claiming all six individual event titles. Senior Rob Meyer..

Aussies in Australian Open day two action

Australian tennis players in action on day two of the Australian Open in Melbourne.

Australian Open tennis underway with win for Olympic champion Monica Puig

The surprise Olympic tennis champion Monica Puig confirmed her standing with an easy first-round win in Melbourne. Fourth-seed Simona Halep made an early exit.
Deutsche Welle

Australian Open: 1st Grand Slam of season kicks off today

16 Jan 2017In Tennis, the Australian Open - the first Grand Slam of the season - kicked off in Melbourne this morning.Singles first round matches are being played today.
All India Radio

Flares set off at Aust Open tennis entry

A group of up to 20 men have been denied entry to the Australian Open tennis on the first day after flares were lit in view of police.

Australian Open 2017: Spectators denied entry after flares set off near ticket both

A large group of men were has been denied entry to the Australian Open tennis after flares were set off just outside a ticket booth.
Brisbane Times

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