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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 - Between Paris and Paris, Carlos Alcaraz prefers the golden Paris, the Paris of Olympic gold. "It's a dream for me to bring Olympic gold to my country," said the Spaniard in Buenos Aires on Monday, who has a

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

Rod Laver was categorical in betting on the winner of the Australian Open when the tournament was still in its middle stages: ""Unless someone miraculously plays their best tennis to knock him off they can start putting part of his

Jannik Sinner changed the history of the Australian Open by eliminating Novak Djokovic in the semifinals on Friday. Did he change the history of the entire 2024 season as well, if not more? That's part of the danger of getting

His explosion as a teenager and better numbers than the "Big Three" when they were under 20 years old have made Carlos Alcaraz to be measured differently. The media, the fans and his rivals do it. But above all, he does

Was it necessary, was it necessary for Rafael Nadal to enter into a partnership with Saudi Arabia? Nadal believes it was, that it was the right move. But many of those who follow him believe it was not, that he crossed

  Novak Djokovic is right: Ben Shelton was rude, and it's good that the Serb has finally set the record straight, especially after the confusion he himself generated at the 2023 US Open. But Djokovic navigates in a sea of contradictions. And

When Rafael Nadal, racket in hand, appears walking through the Brisbane tournament holding Rafael Nadal's hand, racket in hand, the same question that has been asked so many times comes up again. How is this possible? Brisbane is the first stop on