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If permission is given in tennis to insult and provoke the opponent, it would increase the attention of the fans and improve the show, believes Francisco Cerundolo: "Trash talking? It should be allowed. Tennis would be more entertaining and more

SANTIAGO, Chile - Sebastián Báez put his palms together and apologized to the crowd on center court Jaime Fillol at the Chile Open. The Argentinean won his sixth ATP title at the age of 23, beating the local favourite in

BUENOS AIRES - When the ATP ranking became official, on August 23rd, 1973, nine of the ten best tennis players in the world had one-handed backhands. Jimmy Connors, the tenth best player in the world according to that first official

BUENOS AIRES - The tennis balls suffered with the match of hyper-powered strokes between Nicolás Jarry and Carlos Alcaraz. The Chilean was the winner of an electrifying and very varied match on a warm afternoon in Buenos Aires. Jarry won 7-6

BUENOS AIRES - Diego Schwartzman has very little gas left in the tank. The former world No. 8 acknowledged it after losing in the first round of the Argentina Open. Playing at home, on his most comfortable surface and in

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

CÓRDOBA, Argentina - At the age of eleven, Román Burruchaga had to decide between two sports in which he showed talent. Football or tennis? The football heritage is strong when your father, Jorge, belongs to that small group of players