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Posted 09-28-2012 at 09:57 AM by Philip Oliver
The popular conception is that rest is often the best cure.

Sam Stosur will be hoping that age-old saying proves prophetic when she gets her Japan Open campaign underway this week.

The tournament is certain to provide the competition that the 28-year-old needs to blow off the cobwebs off the back of her disappointing mission to defend her US Open title and as part of her efforts to reach the prestigious season-ending championships.

Defeat to the world...
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Posted 09-26-2012 at 12:21 PM by Philip Oliver
Andy Murray is set for a huge season ahead of him next year as the Scot sets his sights on the next step of his tennis career: world number one status.

Punters who live tennis online have been delighted at the performances of Murray, who earned a first Grand Slam title at the US Open earlier this month.

He has since taken a mini (and well deserved) rest from the sport as he basks in the glory of his historic exploits. Yet very soon the British number one will sit down...
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Posted 09-19-2012 at 01:33 PM by Philip Oliver
World number one Roger Federer admitted he was 'exhausted' and badly in need of a break, following his exploits for Switzerland in the Davis Cup.

The 31-year-old helped put his country back in the World Group for 2013 by beating Robin Haase of the Netherlands in straight sets to complete a 3-1 victory for Switzerland.

Last weekend's triumph came at a cost for the Swiss, who conceded he is running on empty. Federer played three times in the tie, winning two singles matches...
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Posted 09-18-2012 at 08:18 AM by Philip Oliver
Juan Carlos Ferrero’s decision to quit tennis after the Valencia Open exposes the huge strains players are put under during year-long tours, as the former French Open champion becomes the third high-profile retirement of the summer.

Ferrero, who missed out on the US Open this month, has endured an injury-hit season that has seen his world ranking fall to 111. The Spaniard admitted that the intensity of the tour has forced his decision to retire.

“It was a tough year,...
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Posted 09-17-2012 at 10:57 AM by Philip Oliver
It has taken 76 years but, at last, a British man has won a Grand Slam singles title and, according to Andy Murray, winning the US Open “means the world” to him.

Murray didn’t make it easy for himself in defeating Novak Djokovic. Having been two sets up, he then lost sets three and four, before winning the final set of an epic contest, which lasted almost five hours.

Having recently been defeated in the final at Wimbledon, Murray should take great credit for his victory...
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