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'I want to do it again': Roger Federer still celebrating his Australian Open success

With his 18th and most unexpected Grand Slam singles title in hand, it was not unreasonable to wonder if Roger Federer might steal a move from his friend and one-time tennis role model Pete Sampras and..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Kerber Wins, Pliskova Falls in Dubai

kerber wins, pliskova falls in dubai
On the night of the Dubai player gala, aggressive baseliners played party crashers turning the draw upside down. Three of the top five seeds—second-seeded Karolina Pliskova, third-seeded Dominika..

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News video: Federer Should Play Tennis For 3 More Years

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Roger Federer fans can breathe a sigh of relief. The Swiss superstar came back last month from a knee surgery to win a 18th grand slam title at the Australian Open. Now, he has committed to a..
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News video: Federer afloat on a boat to promote Laver Cup

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Australian Open champion Roger Federer plays tennis with Tomas Berdych under Prague's Charles bridge as he promotes World v Europe tournament to be held in September.
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German tennis legend Boris Becker feels that there is more to come from players like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who defied age and injuries to reach the final of the Australian Open and Federer..
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News video: Murray: Great to see Federer win

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World number one Andy Murray says he was pleased to see Roger Federer win the Australian Open and thinks his comeback can only be good for the sport.
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Coco Vandeweghe falls at first hurdle in Dubai

Australian Open semi-finalist Coco Vandeweghe crashed out in the first round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships to fellow.

Roger Federer plays tennis on a boat with Tomas Berdych

roger federer plays tennis on a boat with tomas berdych
Roger Federer re-affirmed his position as the greatest of all time with victory over Rafael Nadal in the final of the Australian Open earlier this year and there is a sense of anticipation over what he..

Sania-Dodig stunned as Spears-Cabal clinch Australian Open Mixed Doubles title

*Melbourne [Australia], Jan. 29 (ANI): Ace Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Croatian partner Ivan Dodig on Sunday were comprehensively beaten by the American-Colombian team of Abigail Spears and..
ANI News

Australian Open: Mirza-Dodig through to mixed doubles final

*Melbourne [Australia], Jan.27 (ANI): Ace Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Croatian partner Ivan Dodig remained on course to clinch their maiden Australian Open title after they marched into the..
ANI News

Venus Williams: ESPN's Doug Adler sues over Australian Open sacking

venus williams: espn's doug adler sues over australian open sacking
Sacked tennis commentator Doug Adler is suing broadcaster ESPN, claiming he compared Venus Williams' tactics to a "guerilla", not a "gorilla".
BBC News

ESPN sued for wrongful termination by announcer after Venus Williams match call

A veteran ESPN announcer sued the sports network Monday for firing him during the Australian Open over accusations that he had used an ethnic slur against tennis superstar Venus Williams.

Will Nadal or Djokovic match Federer's Grand Slam tally? Boris Becker answers

The German tennis legend heaps praise on Roger and Rafa for their Australian Open exploits.

In wake of Venus Williams gorilla, guerrilla racism controversy, Doug Adler sues EPSN over sacking

The ESPN tennis commentator who was fired last month after being accused of using racist language to describe Venus Williams's playing style at the Australian Open has filed a wrongful termination..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Commentator sues over 'guerilla' firing

The tennis commentator fired by ESPN for allegedly referring to Venus Williams as a "gorilla" at the Australian Open is suing the broadcaster.

Australian Open: Paes-Hingis knock out of mixed doubles quarters

*Melbourne [Australia], Jan.26 (ANI):Indian tennis ace Leander Paes and his Swiss partner Martina Hingis crashed out of the season-opening Australian Open after suffering straight-sets defeat in the..
ANI News

Tennis-Commentator fired for Venus 'guerilla' remark suing ESPN

Tennis commentator Doug Adler has sued broadcaster ESPN, weeks after being taken off the air following a remark about Venus Williams at the Australian Open that some interpreted to be racist.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters

Angelique Kerber aims to reclaim No1 from Serena Williams in Doha and Dubai

angelique kerber aims to reclaim no1 from serena williams in doha and dubai
A week in politics, they say, is a long time. And the same could be said of a fortnight in tennis. When the Australian Open reached its climax at the end of January, champion Serena Williams reclaimed..
The Sport Review

Fired for Venus Williams remark, ex-commentator sues ESPN

LOS ANGELES (AP) " A tennis commentator dropped by ESPN for a remark about Venus Williams during the Australian Open sued the sports network Tuesday for wrongful termination.Former tennis pro Doug..
New Zealand Herald

Ex-commentator sues ESPN after being fired for Venus Williams remark

A tennis commentator dropped by ESPN for a remark about Venus Williams during the Australian Open has sued the sports network for wrongful termination. Former tennis pro Doug Adler maintains he was..
L.A. Times

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