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December 8, 2022 by No Comments

Rafa Nadal makes firm declaration over retirement plan and insists it won’t be a ‘problem’ Rafael Nadal has discussed his future retirement at the conclusion of his 2022 season. Emma Raducanu gives injury update as Brit returns to practice with noticeable difference Emma Raducanu is back on a tennis court after shutting down her 2022 season with a wrist injury. Frances Tiafoe opens up on Roger Federer’s emotional retirement – ‘Everyone was crying’ FRANCES TIAFOE was involved in the final match of Roger Federer’s career at the Laver Cup. Rafael Nadal explains role Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer play in retirement decision Rafael Nadal discussed the longevity of his career as he admitted that his Big Three rivals had… Last year, the ‘unvaccinated’ Serb was barred from participating in the firs grand slam of the year over visa issue.

Roger Federer speaks out on rumoured tennis return and gives latest doctors’ update Roger Federer has commented on his persistent knee injury and when he wants to start playing a… The Lawn Tennis Association is fined £820,000 by the atp tennis news for banning Russian and Belarusian players from this summer’s grass-court events. Hall of Fame tennis coach Nick Bollettieri died Sunday night at his home in Florida after a series of health issues.

GET INVOLVED LTA Youth Level up your kids’ tennis skills with fun, dynamic sessions for players aged 4-18. Cam Norrie has been named the British Tennis Journalists’ Association Player of the Year in recognition of reaching the Wimbledon semi-finals and eight in the world rankings. Novak Djokovic will return to Melbourne in 2023 with a burning desire to win says Kim Clijsters as she backs him to win the event. In Melbourne last year, Novak Djokovic went through one of the worst periods of his career when he was treated harshly, in the opinion of many. The $1 million fine comes in the wake of Wimbledon’s controversial ban on Russian and Belarusian players.

Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios already have date for rematch after Wimbledon clash scrapped Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios will face off to start the 2023 season after the Spaniard gave the… Roger Federer shares latest post-retirement plans after confessing to injury fears Roger Federer is looking to the future after admitting his knee injury still left him “”scared””… Carlos Alcaraz’s team offer good and bad news as Spaniard suffers setback ahead of return Carlos Alcaraz’s physical trainer offered an update on the Spaniard’s injury ahead of his… Novak Djokovic sets clear retirement condition ahead of return to Australian Open Novak Djokovic will be looking to win his tenth Australian Open title in January.

The 2023 Australian Open will be held without the defending champion on the WTA side but that won’t make the event any less entertaining. From the January 16th through 29th, some of the best WTA players will fight for the first Grand Slam title of the season. A lot of players will certainly want to play some events before the first Grand Slam of the season and the 2023 Adelaide International 1 will be a great opportunity to do so as it offers a star-studded entry list. Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning against Russia’s Daniil Medvedev during their singles tennis match of the ATP World Tour Finals, at the Pala Alpitour in Turin. If Djokovic wins the final, he will claim the biggest prize in tennis history, cashing in $4,740,300 for lifting the tournament trophy undefeated. Speaking to Hindustan Times in an exclusive interview, Sharan talked about the PTL, the future of league-style tennis events and reflected back on his 2022 season well.

The off-season events start with the 2022 Diriyah Tennis Cup in Saudi Arabia and it features a very good draw full of stars. From December 8th until 10th, the 2022 Diriyah Tennis Cup will take place in Arena at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Diriyah. The Serb will face either third-seeded Casper Ruud or Andrey Rublev in Sunday’s final as he attempts to win his first title at the event since 2015 and match Roger Federer’s record. Rafael Nadal retirement fears allayed as star’s coach makes firm statement over next year Carlos Moya spoke out about Rafael Nadal’s future in tennis following the world No 2’s ATP…

Emma Raducanu makes new schedule announcement as Brit battles back from injury troubles Emma Raducanu is set to start her 2023 season in Auckland ahead of the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic names two people who may change his retirement plans in update on future Novak Djokovic has discussed his future in tennis after winning a record-equalling sixth ATP… Novak Djokovic makes Australian Open decision ahead of 2023 return to tournament Novak Djokovic will play in the 2023 Australian Open after having his three-year VISA ban revoked.

Novak Djokovic may have sights set on bettering Roger Federer after ATP Finals triumph Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have often be compared throughout their illustrious careers. Daniil Medvedev explains disappointing season after ending year with brutal Djokovic loss Daniil Medvedev ended his season on a four-match losing streak after going down to Novak… Emma Raducanu told what impact Andy Murray’s ex-coach will have after injury woes Emma Raducanu appears to be making progress with new hire Jez Green after cutting her year short… Roger Federer praised for role in Grand Slam champion’s ‘biggest headlines’ Stan Wawrinka explained how compatriot Roger Federer contributed to some of his biggest…

Reuters provides business, financial, national and international news to professionals via desktop terminals, the world’s media organizations, industry events and directly to consumers. The Tata Open in Pune is one of the events that is held early in the ATP calendar and in 2023 it will be even earlier as it’s one of a few tournaments held before the first Grand Slam of the season. Kim Clijsters has lavished praised on Rafael Nadal for his Australian Open win last year, but mentioned also Novak Djokovic. The four-time Grand Slam winner says the Spaniard’s comeback from two-sets down to Daniil Medvedev earlier this year was amongst ‘the best tennis’ she had ever seen him play.

Latest headlines from the best tennis sites and other key national and international sports sources. Breaking news from each site is brought to you automatically and continuously 24/7, within around 10 minutes of publication. Relevance is automatically assessed so some headlines not qualifying as tennis news might appear. Don’t forget to keep up with our home grown talent as Australian tennis continues to contribute some of the best athletes in the world to the sport. Australia’s maverick star Nick Kyrgios continues to bring his own unique style to the game captivating audiences all over the world with his eccentric style and theatrics. Former world No.1 Ash Barty was a fan favourite, making headlines around the world when she announced her retirement from professional tennis in 2022.

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