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Djokovic bemoans 'witch hunt' over Serbia event

Novak Djokovic has accused critics of subjecting him to a "witch hunt" after his regional Adria Tour tennis event ended in a novel coronavirus fiasco.

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Kyrgios slams Thiem for backing Adria players

Nick Kyrgios has slammed Dominic Thiem for defending players who competed at the ill-fated Adria Tour and subsequently tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Novak Djokovic's canceled Adria Tour a cautionary tale during coronavirus pandemic

Novak Djokovic's lack of recommended protocols at his exhibition tour resulted in a number of positive tests for players, including himself, and criticism for the world No. 1.


Tennis serves up variety of innovative tuneup events

From the DraftKings All-American Team Cup and Ultimate Tennis Showdown to the US Open and French Open, the tennis calendar has managed to fill up while adopting coronavirus protocols.

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ATP revises rankings procedure for return to play

On Monday, the ATP announced the revisions it is making in the rankings system due to the lengthy suspension of official tournament play caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Federer focusing on 2021 after knee surgeries

Roger Federer is already focusing on the 2021 season, including the postponed Tokyo Olympics, as he recovers from two knee surgeries.

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Questions, concerns loom as US Open prepares for Grand Slam amid pandemic

The 2020 US Open will be unlike any in recent memory. No fans and the effects of strict testing and social distancing regiments are new protocols in place during the coronavirus pandemic.

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US Open may allow in some front-line workers

The US Open will be played without fans in general, but organizers may allow some front-line workers in to recognize them.


Coco Gauff recalls emotional win over Venus Williams


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