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Liam Broady beats Adrian Mannarino to reach St Petersburg Open quarter-finals

Britain's Liam Broady knocks out fourth seed and world number 31 Adrian Mannarino to reach the quarter-finals of the St Petersburg Open in Russia.

Women players make same sacrifices as men - Murray

Andy Murray says he never set out to be a spokesperson for women's equality, but for BBC 100 Women, he writes about his hopes for a level playing field.

Hawk-Eye to replace line judges at Next Gen Finals in Milan

Line judges will be replaced by Hawk-Eye technology at the inaugural Next Gen Finals - a move described as a possible "landmark moment".

Heather Watson loses in Seoul Open first round to Sara Sorribes Tormo

Great Britain's Heather Watson is knocked out in the first round of the Seoul Open after a 6-3 0-6 6-1 defeat by Sara Sorribes Tormo.

France to host Belgium in Davis Cup final

Belgium will travel to France in the Davis Cup final after coming back from 2-1 down to beat Australia in Brussels.

Davis Cup semi-finals: Australia and France lead after winning doubles

Australia and France take 2-1 leads in their Davis Cup semi-finals with victory in Saturday's doubles matches.

Brazilian Davis Cup player fined for 'offensive' gesture

Brazil's Guilherme Clezar is fined $1,500 (£1,100) for a gesture he made during a Davis Cup match against Japan in Osaka.

Australia's Kyrgios levels Davis Cup semi in Belgium

Australia's Nick Kyrgios beats Steve Darcis in five sets to level the Davis Cup semi-final in Belgium after two rubbers.

Sharapova says critics 'don't have the facts'

Tennis star Maria Sharapova tells the BBC she made a mistake, but is not a drugs cheat.

Williams introduces daughter to the world on social media

Serena Williams uses social media to introduce her baby daughter to the world and document her pregnancy.

'Passion' drives Nadal to US Open title

Rafael Nadal puts his resurgence down to his love for the game, after claiming a 16th Grand Slam title at the US Open.

Pat Cash: Roger Federer will be the man to beat in 2018

Roger Federer will be the man to beat in 2018 provided he can stay fit, according to former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash.

Nadal wins US Open to claim 16th Grand Slam title

Rafael Nadal wins his third US Open and 16th Grand Slam title with a one-sided win over Kevin Anderson in New York.

Hewett loses US Open wheelchair singles final

Britain's Alfie Hewett is beaten in the US Open wheelchair singles final and Andy Lapthorne loses in the quad singles final.

'That's insane' - six-week journey from world number 957 to US Open champion

Sloane Stephens on overcoming adversity and her incredible six-week journey from world number 957 to US Open champion - and a $3.7m cheque.

US Open 2017: Sloane Stephens beats Madison Keys to win title

Sloane Stephens beats fellow American Madison Keys to win the US Open and complete a spectacular return from injury.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes the League Cup third round, the return of the Women's Super League and cycling's Road World Championships.

Tennis star Maria Sharapova: 'I admitted my mistake - now I'm back'

Tennis player Maria Sharapova says she's put the doping scandal behind her.

Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray 'most likely' to miss rest of season with hip injury

Sue Barker and Boris Becker discuss Andy Murray's shock exit from Wimbledon 2017 and the hip injury which means he will "most likely" miss the rest of season.

Maria Sharapova is 'good for tennis' - ITF president David Haggerty

Maria Sharapova is "good for tennis", ITF president David Haggerty says after her return to Grand Slam action following a doping ban.

Andy Murray withdraws from US Open because of ongoing hip injury

An emotional Andy Murray tells a news conference that he is pulling out of the US Open two days before the start of the tournament in New York after failing to recover from a hip injury.

Injured Novak Djokovic says decision not to play for rest of 2017 was 'not easy'

World number four Novak Djovokic will not play tennis again in 2017 and says "professionally this is not an easy decision for me".

Wimbledon 2017: SW19 ghosts, roaring lions & the best funnies

Watch the weird and wonderful from this year's Wimbledon, featuring silky skills, roaring lions and we find out who the Wimbledon ghost is.

Roger Federer inspired by 'sporting legends' like Bolt and Schumacher

Roger Federer, now a 19-time Grand Slam champion, says he was inspired by sporting legends such as Usain Bolt, LeBron James and Michael Schumacher

Wimbledon 2017: Federer the GOAT, celebrity spotting & final-day funnies

Watch some of the quirkier moments from the final day of Wimbledon as Roger Federer becomes the first man to win eight men's singles titles with victory over Marin Cilic.

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer wins record eighth Wimbledon - highlights

Roger Federer beats Marin Cilic in straight sets to win his eighth Wimbledon title, beating the record he had shared with Pete Sampras.

Wheelchair tennis: Stephane Houdet wants Paralympic sport to become Olympic event

Former world number one Stephane Houdet is pushing for wheelchair tennis to be transformed into an Olympic event.

Kvitova reflects on her 'amazing' US Open run after knife attack

Petra Kvitova hopes expectations will begin to ease after her "amazing" run to the US Open quarter-finals.

Why Wimbledon 2017 is Federer's sweetest win of all

It seemed as if Roger Federer's best days were behind him, but the old Wimbledon magic is still there, writes Tom Fordyce.

Watch action from all eight Federer Wimbledon wins

Watch the winning moments from all eight of Roger Federer's Wimbledon triumphs - between 2003 and 2017.

Garbine Muguruza: Wimbledon champion says it is 'amazing' to beat 'role model'

Garbine Muguruza says it was "amazing" to beat "role model" Venus Williams to win her first Wimbledon final.

Anyone for tennis? In the movies that is

You don't need to go to Wimbledon to see highly-paid stars making a racket.



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