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    MELBOURNE - When Novak Djokovic arrived in Australia, he did so with a nervousness he had not experienced before. He didn't know what the crowd's reaction was going to be like. He had no idea what was going to happen

    MELBOURNE - Aryna Sabalenka did learn some important lessons after her last Grand Slam stumble. Lessons that on Saturday night she surely used to her advantage to win the first Grand Slam of her career. In New York last September, she

    MELBOURNE - Novak Djokovic's head kicked off this 2023 as the most differentiating aspect of his game. It is as important on the court as it is off the court. Thus, the Serb has taken it upon himself to propose

    When news began to circulate in 2021 that tennis would be portrayed in depth on Netflix, many rubbed their hands together. The precedent of "Drive to Survive", an engaging immersion into the world of Formula 1, allowed for excitement. In

    MELBOURNE - The scene is heartbreaking, not just for Nadal fans, but for any tennis follower. Rafael Nadal leaves Australia, injured, walking to the locker room through the hall of champions of the Rod Laver Arena as he has rarely

    There's something worse than meeting Rafael Nadal in a Roland Garros final: facing him on a golf course. Casper Ruud, 24 years old, knows this well. The Norwegian has experienced both situations, and has come to the conclusion that with club

    SYDNEY - The North Americans keep laughing and cracking jokes at the press conference, with the cup glittering in the middle. "The champs are here," Frances Tiafoe repeats over and over. Jessica Pegula can't concentrate in front of the reporters amid

    SYDNEY - Freshness, novelty and entertainment is what the United Cup is bringing. The mixed teams tennis competition, which fuses elements of its predecessors, has those who have tried it very happy. They love it. The last great memory of the

    SYDNEY - The United Cup, the tournament that revived mixed competitions in tennis, can be even better: at least that's what Spaniard Rafael Nadal believes, who made a proposal to change the format after his second defeat in the event. "I