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12:39 PM - Wednesday, October 01, 2014
14 hour ago - FOXSports.com News
Fourth-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan beat Ivan Dodig of Croatia 6-3, 6-4 to advance to the second round of the Japan Open on Wednesday.
11 hour ago - BBC
Four-time champion Novak Djokovic beats Canada's Vasek Pospisil to claim his 21st consecutive win at the China Open.
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3 hour ago - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
Third-seeded Ana Ivanovic of Serbia beat second-seeded Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark 6-2, 7-6 (2) on Sunday to win the Pan Pacific Open for her fourth WTA title of the year.
3 hour ago - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
After publicly backing Scottish independence, Andy Murray says he doesn't plan regular interventions in political debates.
14 hour ago - FOXSports.com News
Top-ranked Serena Williams will combine with Wimbledon doubles champion Jack Sock in the United States team which will compete in a star-studded Hopman Cup tournament in January.
14 hour ago - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
Japanese wildcard entry Tatsuma Ito upset Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka 7-5, 6-2 on Tuesday to advance to the second round of the Japan Open.
7 hour ago - NYT
Men's top seed Novak Djokovic maintained his perfect China Open record but Caroline Wozniacki's hopes of qualifying for the year-ending WTA Finals in Singapore took a hit after she crashed out on Wednesday.
8 hour ago - ESPN
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10 hour ago - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
Li Na, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, said Sunday she had "no regrets" about her decision to retire over long time issues with knee injuries.
10 hour ago - NYT
Japan's Kei Nishikori began his quest for a second Japan Open title with a comprehensive 6-3 6-4 win over Croatia's Ivan Dodig in front of a sell-out crowd on Wednesday.
9/30/2014 - ESPN / Associated Press
It was a fitting goodbye for China's biggest tennis star, complete with hugs from her former competitors, cheers from Chinese fans, and a bouquet of flowers from Rafael Nadal.
9/30/2014 - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
Five-time major winner Maria Sharapova moved into the third round of the China Open with ease Tuesday, while Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska saw her late-season slump continue with another early loss.
9/30/2014 - Yardbarker
By Abigail Hinto (September 30, 2014) BEIJING – What rust?  Rafael Nadal didn’t show any rust in his first singles match back to the competition after being sidelined with a right wrist injury for three months.  In a comfortable 6-4, 6-0 win o . . .
9/30/2014 - Concrete Elbow by Steve Tignor
When to walk away: It’s the most difficult decision a great athlete will face, and it’s often one of the few that they get wrong. Muhammad Ali hung on too long in the ring and was pummeled for it. Pete Sampras, after taking months to make up . . .
9/29/2014 - NYT
Recently retired Chinese tennis trailblazer Li Na, Asia's only grand slam singles winner, has been appointed as an ambassador for next month's season ending WTA Tour Finals in Singapore.
9/29/2014 - FOXSports.com News
Serena Williams narrowly avoided a bagel against Spanish qualifier Silvia Soler-Espinosa, then won 13 of the next 15 games to pull out a 7-5, 6-2 victory Monday in the first round of the China Open.
9/30/2014 - ESPN.com - Tennis / Associated Press
Wild-card entry Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from the Wuhan Open with an injured right foot and will miss the rest of the season.
9/30/2014 - USATODAY.com
After a three-month absence, the 14-time Grand Slam champion is back.         
9/29/2014 - Bleacher Report
As the sun begins to set on the WTA's 2014 season, a potential crisis looms on the horizon. The young up-and-coming women's tennis players are rising too slow. This could leave the WTA with a shortage of superstars.  Serena Williams and Maria . . .
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