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‘Transparency can stop stupid claims’
Rafael Nadal believes his call for all his anti-doping tests to be made public is the only way to end the scourge of doping accusations in tennis. Read full article
Nadal to carry Spanish flag at Rio
Rafael Nadal will carry the Spanish flag at the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games, the Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Nadal files suit against French ex-minister
Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal has begun legal proceedings against former French cabinet minister Roselyne Bachelot after she alleged that the Spaniard had failed a drug test. Read full article
Croatian umpire Pitner gets 10-year ban
A Croatian umpire who worked at the US Open despite being suspended for betting offences has been given a 10-year ban, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Becker hits out at Murray over remarks
Boris Becker has criticised world no 2 Andy Murray after the British tennis star voiced suspicions some of his opponents may have been taking performance-enhancing drugs. Read full article
Fatherhood not form Murray's priority
Andy Murray has rejected suggestions fatherhood is behind his recent form slump, although he stressed being a good parent to his daughter was now took priority over his tennis. Read full article
Sharapova still faces hearing
Maria Sharapova still faces a hearing after testing positive for meldonium, despite the World Anti-Doping Agency issuing fresh rules for athletes who tested positive for the banned substance before March 1. Read full article
Wada's U-turn could affect Sharapova ban
Athletes who tested positive for meldonium before March 1 could have bans overturned less than four months before the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Read full article
Berdych wins apology over Panama allegation
Czech tennis star Tomas Berdych won an apology on Saturday from the public Czech News Agency (CTK) which had alleged the world No 7's name had appeared in the Panama Papers. Read full article
Top seeds take it away at SA Open
The world’s top ranked wheelchair tennis stars proved unbeatable as Stephane Houdet, Jiske Griffioen and Dylan Alcott all marched to victory in the SA Open finals at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium. Read full article
Déjà vu for world’s best at SA Open
Once the tournament draw is published, it’s down to the players to determine the course of the outcome. Hence reigning men’s and women’s world No 1s – Stephane Houdet and Jiske Griffioen. Read full article
Alcott stuns Sithole to set up SA double
World No 1 Dylan Alcott will be chasing double glory in South Africa after he stunned local favour Lucas Sithole in the quads semifinal of the SA Open at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium. Read full article
Sithole keeps SA Open defence on track
South Africa’s Lucas Sithole needed three sets to see off Jamie Burdekin from Britain on Thursday, but the SA Open champion sealed his date with world No 1 Dylan Alcott in the semifinals on Friday. Read full article
Olsson expels Aussie Open champ
World No 7 Stefan Olsson handed in-form fourth seed Gordon Reid his walking papers in the men’s singles quarterfinal of the Super Series SA Open at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium on Thursday. Read full article
Griffioen ousts Montjane at SA Open
South Africa’s Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane was among the casualties as several seeds fell on quarterfinal day in the women’s singles of the Super Series SA Open at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg. Read full article
‘Morality police should not judge Sharapova’
Tennis player Maria Sharapova should not be judged by sport's 'morality police' for taking meldonium for 10 years before it was banned, according to British Olympian Susan Egelstaff. Read full article
Tough test awaits Montjane in SA Open
It was smooth sailing for most of the top seeds in the women’s singles on day two of the Super Series SA Open, including South African hope Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane. Read full article
Sithole sets course at SA Open
Lucas Sithole made a solid start to his title defence at the SA Open with a composed victory in his quads singles opener against Australian Heath Davidson at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg. Read full article
Probe launched into French Federation
France's financial prosecution service (PNF) has opened an investigation into allegations of corruption and embezzlement at the French Tennis Federation (FFT), a judicial source told AFP on Tuesday. Read full article
Houdet ousts Maripa for solid start
Evans Maripa stumbled at the first hurdle of the SA Open on Tuesday, leaving South Africa’s top ranked Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane, Lucas Sithole and Leon Els to carry the load for South Africa Read full article
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