Caroline Wozniacki To Retire After Australian Open 2020

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Caroline Wozniacki, the Danish former World #1 and 2018 Australian Open champion, announced that the 2020 Australian Open in January would be her final tournament as a professional tennis player. Caroline Wozniacki Big announcement! pic.twitter.com/gkA0CrMzdo — Caroline Wozniacki (@CaroWozniacki) December 6, 2019 Early career success This announcement brings to a close an enthralling career. A […] READ MORE


Caroline Wozniacki Should Be Inspired By Comeback Win At US Open

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Caroline Wozniacki, Denmark’s world #19, has fallen well short of her high standards of late and had a summer to forget in Europe. Back in New York, where the Dane reached the final in 2009 and 2014, she is no longer ranked amongst the contenders by most. In fact, just being on court seems a […] READ MORE


India’s No. 1 Yuki Bhambri Paving the Country’s Tennis Path

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Tennis has been growing in India for the over the last decade, with no greater evidence than singles star Yuki Bhambri’s recent progress on the ATP tour. Here is a look at India’s No. 1 and his impact on his country. Tennis popularity on the rise A study from Sports India: Popularity and Participation of Sports in […] READ MORE


Kyle Edmund is the Future of British Tennis

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Kyle Edmund has begun the season in fine fashion, while Andy Murray has yet to feature on tour due to injury. The 30-year old former World #1 has struggled with a hip injury since Wimbledon and is far from his peak now. It now looks like Britain has a passing of the guard in terms […] READ MORE


Top 5 tournaments to look forward to after the Australian Open

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The 2018 Australian Open was definitely one to remember. The last fortnight offered nonstop, action-packed tennis, with high-profile shocks, marathon matches, and battles against the elements like we have seldom seen before. After all this, the tennis world seems a little short of breath. Deflated, even. But this need not be so. In fact, although it […] READ MORE




Mladenovic and Babos Win the Australian Open Doubles Title

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Background This match featured two of the top doubles teams in the world. Both teams are top five seeds with Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic seeded fifth and Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina seeded second. Three of the four players competing played in the 2017 WTA Finals last year, with Babos winning with Andrea Hlavackova […] READ MORE