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Caroline Wozniacki may boycott Miami Open over 'threats and abuse'

Australian Open winner disappointed by reaction of Miami officialsWorld No 2’s complaints follow rowdy scenes at her defat to PuigCaroline Wozniacki, the world No 2, has warned she may boycott the Miami Open after what she considered was an inadequate r

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Rafael Nadal up and running in Monte-Carlo Masters as Novak Djokovic books spot in third round

The 31-year-old secured an emphatic 6-1 6-3 victory against Aljaz Bedene to ease his way into the last 16

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It's feast or famine for Kyle Edmund after latest first-round exit following defeat by Andreas Seppi

Edmund climbed to a career-high No 23 in the world rankings on Monday after his excellent first week on clay in Morocco but fell at the first hurdle against Seppi at the Monte Carlo Masters

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Novak Djokovic coy on Andre Agassi split as he enjoys fresh start in Monte Carlo with cruise through opening round

Djokovic has reunited with his long-time coach Marian Vajda for the Monte Carlo Masters but has no agreement beyond the current tournament

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Dan Evans will make comeback from one-year drugs ban after testing positive for cocaine at Glasgow Challenger

DAN EVANS will make his comeback from his cocaine shame in Glasgow next week after being given a wildcard by the Lawn Tennis Association. Evans is eligible to play again from next Tuesday having served a 12-month ban for testing positive for the Class A d

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Refreshed and rehabilitated, Rafael Nadal returns to clay eager to recapture his best

The world No 1 may have had a frustrating start to the year, but for the next two months he faces the happy prospect of competing of where he feels most at home

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Fitter, healthier, more productive: the data that shows squash is in good nick

The players at the Commonwealth Games make it look easy, but data scientists have proven just how tough this sport isBy James Willstrop for Willstrop’s WorldSquash has struggled to reach a wider audience for some time but its governing association, the

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US Open's new shot clock is sport's latest misstep away from the epic and the timeless

The time limit is founded on a surprisingly tenacious myth: that time is an objective scientific measurement, and thus the same for everyone. It's nonsense. Time is almost entirely subjective

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Nick Kyrgios targets Queen's Club title: 'I can win it'

The volatile Australian is yet to win a match in three previous appearances at the tournament

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Johanna Konta to spearhead Great Britain team for Fed Cup clash with Japan

Wimbledon semi-finalist Konta and Heather Watson will be the singles players for the tie on hard courts at the Bourbon Beans Dome in Miki

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Madison Brengle sues tennis bodies over injuries allegedly caused by doping tests

World No83 claims injuries were caused by anti-doping testsBrengle says she disclosed rare condition triggered by needlesAmerican tennis player Madison Brengle filed a lawsuit on Monday against the Women’s Tennis Association and the International Tennis

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Novak Djokovic parts with Radek Stepanek after Andre Agassi exit

• ‘After Miami, Novak and Radek decided to end their cooperation’• Statement confirms departure Agassi announced on SaturdayNovak Djokovic has split with his coach Radek Stepanek and also confirmed that he is no longer working with Andre Agassi.Dj

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