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    Smiling, amused, complicit, excited, embraced, united. Bathed in the same tears. What was seen between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on the final day of the Swiss's career was the perfect ending to a rivalry that began with distance and

    When it's time to say goodbye, Roger Federer is clear that he must avoid what happened to Pete Sampras. Naomi Klein already said it: No Logo. In this case it is "No Sampras". When the American won the US Open in

    NEW YORK - When Carlos Alcaraz felt a duty to win, he lost. When he didn't see the court as a playground, he fared the worst of the year. In Montreal, he would speak candidly after losing in his opener

    NEW YORK - Of course he would lose, said Rafael Nadal. "No doubt about it." Would he lose? Who is he? Him? To whom? To Rafael Nadal. Sorry? Let's rewind: the Rafael Nadal 2022 version would lose to the Rafael Nadal of 2013. And

    NEW YORK - Is Roger Federer coming back to say goodbye? Or is he coming back to come back, to play the 2023 season to the full and prove to himself that he is the one who will decide when,

    LONDON - It's not the retirement of a great tennis player, but it is the endpoint for a great tennis star. He is 76 years old and spent the last 45 years travelling the world to cover 147 Grand Slams.