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Murray And Coach Lendl Split

The Andy Murray/Ivan Lendl relationship as player and celebrity coach, that set the trend for Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and several other top flight players to follow, sensationally came to an end today with the news the pair are to part after an exemplary two years that realized Olympic gold, the US Open and Wimbledon titles.

 

ITF Expects Sparks To Fly At Italy Hosting Great Britain Davis Cup Tie

The International Tennis Federation is clearly contemplating a fiery encounter in the upcoming Davis Cup World Group quarterfinal between Italy and Great Britain in Naples as the top officiating team of referee Stefan Fransson and umpires Pascal Maria of France and Carlos Ramos of `Portugal have been designated to the tie to be played April 4-6.

 

S. Williams Says She Is Ready To Play In Miami

Serena Williams will return to her comfort zone at the Miami Masters after dealing with a back problem the last time she played a month ago in Dubai. The No. 1 skipped Indian Wells for the 13th year in a row, but is ready to step onto court after her pause.

 

Radwanska Hopes To Be Ready To Play In Miami

While Serena Williams remains optimistic about her chances at the Miami Masters, it's just the opposite for Agnieszka Radwanska, who will have to hope she heals her left knee enough to make a second-round starts after a bye at the event.

 

Srichaphan Becomes Athlete Role Model for Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Tennis Event

Thailandís Paradorn Srichaphan, who won five singles titles in an outstanding career, will represent Tennis as an Athlete Role Model at the second Youth Olympic Games (YOG) to be held in Nanjing, China on August 16-28. The 2014 Youth Olympic Tennis Event, for players aged 18-and-under, will take place on 17-24 August at the Tennis Academy of China.

 

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