Andy Roddick is coming back to New York and wants to bring his game with him

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Tennis broadcaster and coach Justin Gimelstob faces a felony assault charge following his Halloween night arrest for allegedly attacking a former friend in Los Angeles

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Sascha Bajin has been chosen as the first winner of the WTA Coach of the Year award after helping Naomi Osaka collect the U.S. Open title

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Mike and Bob Bryan are set to reunite as a doubles combination next month in New Zealand when the brothers begin their 21st season on the ATP Tour

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Amelie Mauresmo won’t be captaining France’s Davis Cup team after all because the two-time major winner is going back to coaching to help Lucas Pouille

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Australian Open officials say the world’s top 102 women and top 101 men have confirmed they will compete at the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2019

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Australia will play Bosnia and Herzegovina on hard courts at Memorial Drive in Adelaide in the first round of next year’s revamped Davis Cup competition from Feb. 1-2

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If the score is tied at 12 in the fifth set -- or for women, the third set -- tiebreaks will be allowed.

Williams, who is highly unlikely to play again this year, is already thinking about Australia and the Hopman Cup, where she'll partner with Frances Tiafoe.

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Our sports, and particularly those who star in them, become expressions of who we are, and how we live.

Why do tennis players need someone to bring them towels, anyway?

Officer James Frascatore had alleged in the lawsuit that Blake had defamed him “as a racist and a goon.”

She doesn't understand why her coach claimed he was coaching her from the stands during her defeat to Naomi Osaka, though.

The costumes, which were part of a season-ending celebration, followed on the heels of a racist cartoon featuring Serena Williams after her U.S. Open incident.

The matter involving Carlos Ramos went no further than a warning over a smashed racket in Davis Cup play.

In her first public comments since her news conference immediately after her loss in the women's final, when she accused chair umpire Carlos Ramos of sexism, Williams held firm to her stances.

Governing bodies USTA and WTA back player; ITF sides with umpire Carlos Ramos — and many within the sport wonder where it goes from here.

"I think the umpire did what was within his rights,” said Great Britain's Jamie Murray, while some U.S. Davis Cup team members also said chair umpire Carlos Ramos acted appropriately.

The baseball Hall of Famer endured racist taunts and death threats as he pursued Babe Ruth's record.

Williams handled the situation 'with such grace and class,' the two-time NBA MVP said.

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