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Tennis

  • sisters in Melbourne finals

    Win or lose, Serena Williams sees another all-sister final at the Australian Open as cause for celebration. The 35-year-old Williams arrived in Australia bidding for a 23rd Grand Slam title, aiming to break the Open-era record she shares with Steffi Graf. By winning, she would also regain the No. 1 ranking she lost after…

  • Big loss

    It started badly for Novak Djokovic, who needed 24 serves, six break-point saves and 15 minutes just to hold his first game in the second round. This was not the close-to-invincible Djokovic that fans were used to seeing at the Australian Open, where he has won a record-equalling six titles, including five in the…

  • Konta ends Bouchard’s run in Sydney

    Johanna Konta ended the strong run of wild-card entry Eugenie Bouchard at the Sydney International yesterday, beating the Canadian 6-2, 6-2 to advance to today’s final against Agnieszka Radwanska. The Sydney-born British player, a surprise semi-finalist at last year’s Australian Open and seeded ninth for this year’s Grand Slam tournament, broke Bouchard’s service in…

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