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Federer 'needed to fight' after losing first set.

Roger Federer says it was a tough semifinal against Borna Coric, but moves on to the final after being down a break in the last set.

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Indian Wells women's final


World No. 44 Naomi Osaka, 20, wins the first WTA singles title of her young career, beating Daria Kasatkina 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the BNP Paribas Open. "I would like to thank Daria for being super nice and a really cool person," Osaka said through giggles. "I think we are going to play a lot of finals. I'd also like to thank Daria's team because they're super nice, too. I'd like to thank my team for putting up with me." Osaka then thanked her parents, the ball kids, her sponsors and the fans. "This is going to be, like, the worst acceptance speech of all time."

Alyssa Roenigk, ESPN The Magazine senior writer

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The Dominant 20

Choosing ESPN's 20 most dominant athletes.

The formula that determined ESPN The Magazine's 20 most dominant athletes of the past two decades.

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Venus beats Serena


Venus beats Serena for first time in nearly four years.

In the third round in Indian Wells, Venus Williams beats Serena Williams in straight sets.

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Reaction: Venus takes out sister Serena


Serena on Venus: 'This is the best she's played.'

Serena Williams says she's missing shots she rarely misses and praises her sister after Venus Williams' 6-3, 6-4 win.

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Venus calls matchup against Serena 'a treat.'

Venus Williams attributes her victory over her sister to the fact that she has played more matches of late and talks about being a role model to the youth.

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Davis Cup reform

Laureus award

Tiafoe's moment

The Undefeated

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Trick-shot artist nails tennis boomerang.

Pablo Schurig shows off "the boomerang trick shot volley" in this amazing tennis trick.

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WTA results

Meet your new ATP No. 1, Roger Federer


Players congratulate Federer on return to No. 1.

Tennis players share well wishes to Roger Federer as he becomes the oldest player to be ranked No. 1 in the world.

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Federer reax


Federer defying odds with resurgence at 36 years old.

Mike Golic and Adnan Virk weigh in on Roger Federer becoming the oldest player to claim ATP's No. 1 ranking.

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Kvitova prevails

The return of Serena

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Rotterdam preview

Davis Cup

Federer on latest Slam win

Final say from the Aussie OPen

Winners and losers in Melbourne.

Jerry Bembry from The Undefeated provides his take on the winners and losers at the Australian Open.

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Australian Open Men's Final

More from Federer vs. Cilic

Wozniacki captures first major

Woz wins memorable final

Reax to Wozniacki's Aussie title

Who benefits from Serena's absence?

Sandgren under the microscope


Sandgren's heated news conference.

Tennys Sandgren opened his news conference with a prepared statement about his social media activity, then took questions about only his quarterfinal loss.

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Racket Science

Behind the scenes with the Yonex stringing team.

Stephanie Brantz meets the guys with possibly the most important job at the Australian Open - the Yonex racquet stringing team.

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Union talk

Fed set for 2018

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