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Jaziri saves eight match points to win in Atlanta

As Kyle Edmund booked his spot in the Atlanta Open second round, Malek Jaziri saved eight match points to progress.
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Top seeds bow out early in Hamburg

A day of surprises in Hamburg saw Albert Ramos-Vinolas and Pablo Cuevas bow out, while Tommy Haas was beaten by Nicolas Kicker.
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Wozniacki prevails in Bastad, Duan dumped out of Jiangxi Open

Caroline Wozniacki needed three sets to defeat Pauline Parmentier in the Ericsson Open in her first match since Wimbledon.
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We see life differently - Rafter responds to Tomic

Pat Rafter said he struggled to relate to Bernard Tomic after being criticised by the 24-year-old Australian.
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Djokovic likely to miss US Open - doctor

An elbow injury could force Novak Djokovic to miss the US Open, the Serbia Davis Cup team doctor has claimed.
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Simon and Paire progress in Hamburg

There were wins for Gilles Simon and Benoit Paire at the German Tennis Championships on Monday.
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Sevastova saunters through in Bastad, Zheng makes Nanchang exit

Anastasija Sevastova reached round two of the Ericsson Open at Anna Blinkova's expense, while Zheng Saisai is out of the JiangXi Open.
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Isner completes Hall of Fame hat-trick

John Isner won a third Hall of Fame Open title at the expense of Australian surprise package Matthew Ebden in Newport.
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Teenage lucky loser Rublev crowned Croatia Open champion

Andrey Rublev was beaten in qualifying at the Croatia Open, but took the title after being granted a lucky loser spot.
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Begu a popular champion as Goerges buckles in Bucharest

The Bucharest Open produced a third home winner in four years as Irina-Camelia Begu succeeded Simona Halep as champion on Sunday.
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'Trapped' by tennis, Tomic doesn't regret Wimbledon revelations

Having prompted plenty of criticism for his remarks in the wake of a swift Wimbledon exit, Bernard Tomic insists he meant every word.
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Ferrer finishes determined Dolgopolov to end title wait

Alexandr Dolgopolov left it too late to stage a recovery in the Swedish Open as David Ferrer won for the first time since October 2015.
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Bertens beats Kontaveit to make amends in Gstaad

A three-set victory over Anett Kontaveit in the final of the Ladies Championship Gstaad saw Kiki Bertens claim a fourth career WTA title.
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Like watching Picasso - Roddick reflects on a career spent in the shadow of greatness

Roger Federer and the rest of the 'big four' prevented Andy Roddick from adding to his lone slam win, but the American has no regrets.
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Ebden becomes lowest-ranked ATP finalist in over eight years in Newport

John Isner stands between Matthew Ebden and a first ATP Tour title, with the latter the lowest-ranked finalist on the circuit since 2009.
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Court invader shouting Nazi slogans leaves Ferrer frightened

The Swedish Open semi-final between David Ferrer and Fernando Verdasco was interrupted a person shouting Nazi slogans, frightening Ferrer.
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Begu upsets Suarez Navarro to reach Bucharest final

Victory over Carla Suarez Navarro sent Irina-Camelia Begu into the Bucharest Open final.
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Ferrer to meet Dolgopolov in Bastad final

The Swedish Open final will be contested between David Ferrer and Alexandr Dolgopolov.
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Recovering Goffin shocked by world number 412 Dodig

David Goffin missed the entire grass court season with an ankle injury and his return veered off script with a shock loss to Ivan Dodig.
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Bogdan stuns Sevastova in Bucharest

There was an upset in Romania as Anastasija Sevastova lost to home hope Ana Bogdan in the quarter-finals of the Bucharest Open.
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