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    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

    MELBOURNE - Winning a Grand Slam has been one of the toughest challenges in men's sport for the past 20 years. Will it still be that way in 2023? Almost all top tennis players are betting on a new Grand

    When you sit down with Mats Wilander to talk tennis, there's one thing you can be sure of: whether he gets it right or wrong, his predictions and analysis will be sharp, interesting and entertaining. "He's starving! After what happened in

    When Taylor Fritz was a teenager, he only saw four or five players capable of winning a Grand Slam. Today, the North-American sees the picture differently: "Big titles are more winnable than they used to be." In an in-depth interview with CLAY,

    RIYADH - Stefanos Tsitsipas wants a Grand Slam and the top of the ranking in 2023. Something like what Carlos Alcaraz achieved in 2022: a major title and number one. His greatest ambitions are expressed in words full of confidence. For

    RIYADH - The outlook for Russian tennis players ahead of Wimbledon 2023 is not encouraging. For now, they will remain banned from participating in the Grand Slam that starts in early July. The players had a meeting with the directors of

    RIYADH - "The thing about Djokovic and Nadal is that on their bad days, they still play great tennis". For the rest, that large group of players with less than 20 Grand Slams, which includes former number one Daniil Medvedev, it's

    The scenario facing men's tennis in the twilight of 2022 is as unusual as the season itself: the number one will be a teenager who can witness his achievement from his armchair at home, or a veteran who was on