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Juan Martin del Potro reveals ongoing challenges in retirement: "I can only walk, I can't even run on the treadmill"
"I was No. 3 in the world, until suddenly, I broke my knees and here I am, with nothing," he said.
Open Mic: On-court coaching seamlessly integrates into tennis landscape in 2022
Tennis quietly ended its age-old rule against on-court coaching this summer. The change comes at a cost, but the upside is worth it.
Frances Tiafoe meets Steph Curry at NBA preseason game in Japan
US Open semifinalist Tiafoe is playing the Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships in Tokyo next week.
Talking Tennis With Tracy, Episode 5: Learning from Roger Federer
Tracy Austin and co-host Joel Drucker take a close look at three of Federer’s most compelling attributes—and explain how recreational players can apply those principles to their own efforts.
Victoria Azarenka talks mental health for athletes with Brandon Marshall on Think About It
She also opened up about her abrupt retirement in the third round of Miami, when she walked off the court in tears in a moment that quickly went viral.
ATP Challenger in Charleston canceled due to “expected impact” of Hurricane Ian
“Right now the most important thing is the safety of everyone,” wrote one player, as the rest of the field scrambled for flights out of the area while the flood-prone city braced for landfall.
Only in Japan: Daria Saville vlog takes fans behind the scenes in Tokyo
Before incurring an unfortunate ACL injury, the very online Aussie took Tokyo by storm, vlogging her week at the Toray Pan Pacific Open, trying unique cuisine and shopping for dog Tofu.
Anna Kalinskaya, Aryna Sabalenka attempt to practice through Hurricane Ian in Miami
Though parts of Florida have been subject to mandatory evacuation orders, Kalinskaya and Sabalenka have done what they could to wait out the storm and even work in some practice time ahead of the fall swing.
Jin of BTS brings K-Pop flair to Casper Ruud’s Seoul-ful debut
Kim Seok-jin, known simply as “Jin” to his army of fans, was caught on camera watching the world No. 2 survive three sets with Nicolas Jarry at the Eugene Korea Open Tennis Championships.
#TBT, 2006: 18-year-old Novak Djokovic shines in Davis Cup tie in Israel
Before this week’s ATP event in Tel Aviv, the 21-time Grand Slam champion’s only tour-level appearance in Israel was in a Davis Cup tie in 2006—and he didn’t drop a set.
Nick Kyrgios, Thanasi Kokkinakis struggle to find practice courts in Melbourne
The Australian Open men’s doubles champions found themselves held up by an apparent surge of interest in their sport before finally landing some court time ahead of a trip to Tokyo.
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Parma Ladies Open semifinals postponed to same day as final
The semifinals of the Parma Ladies Open have been postponed by a day and will be played shortly before Saturday’s final
Top-seeded Sakkari reaches semifinals at Parma Ladies Open
Top-seeded Maria Sakkari has rallied past 97th-ranked Maryna Zanevska 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 at the Parma Ladies Open to reach her first semifinal since the grass-court season
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