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  BUENOS AIRES - Juan Carlos Ferrero limps slightly to the interview. He injured a cartilage in his right knee in January 2023 playing padel, underwent surgery a few weeks ago and therefore missed the Australian Open, which he followed from

BUENOS AIRES - Money moves the world, they say. And tennis, of course. Martín Jaite, director of the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires, a vibrant, crowd-pulling tournament that is looking to jump to the 500 category, knows this well, but

CÓRDOBA, Argentina - The equation is simple for Argentina's Tomás Etcheverry when it comes to positioning himself in the debate over Saudi Arabia's growing influence in the world of tennis: if they bring in more money, then they are welcome. "I

Important moment to understand the life and career of Naomi Osaka. New York, September 8, 2018. At the US Open awards ceremony the boos were loud. They were coming from an angry crowd after Serena Williams lost in one of

The way of celebrating victory by shutting up the haters might soon reach new limits in tennis. On the inside of her left index finger, Jessica Bouzas, WTA's most promising Spaniard, has the onomatopoeia "SHH" tattooed. She says that when she

SANTIAGO, Chile - Being the second best tennis player in the Arab world brings with it a responsibility that Mayar Sherif takes it with pleasure. The Egyptian embraces that pressure both on and off the court, and doesn't keep quiet

SANTIAGO, Chile - Few people in tennis share the court with their life partner. Nadia Podoroska and Guillermina Naya enjoy that privilege. They have been girlfriends for more than two years, and doubles partners as of November 2023. Being a

SANTIAGO, Chile - There are things that don't happen very often in tennis. One of them is finding women's professional tournaments in South America. This Monday, a series of four WTA 125 tournaments starts in the region: Chile, Brazil, Argentina

Quitting tennis and not having a life project can be very dangerous, but perhaps not as dangerous as being young, playing tennis and living in the unreal social media world. Says the Argentine Juan Mónaco, a man who methodically prepared