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Fixing charges won't affect integrity of tennis: Ex-England Davis Cup captain
Fixing charges won't affect integrity of tennis: Ex-England Davis Cup captain

Paul Hutchins doesn't believe tennis will be hurt by these allegations Former England Davis Cup captain Paul Hutchins believes that fixing in tennis may never be completely eradicated due to the "human nature" of succumbing to temptation, but is optimistic the malaise won't ruin the game's integrity and credibility.Tennis is reeling from the devastation caused by exhaustive investigative reports that coincided with the

Feb 10 2016
5 Greatest moments from Lleyton Hewitt's career
5 Greatest moments from Lleyton Hewitt's career

It’s over. A storied career with highs and lows. Lleyton Hewitt lead Aussie tennis fans as well as enthusiasts from around the world on a roller coaster ride throughout his career. He had his moments, two grand slam titles and he had his lows, his hip surgery being a prime example. It is fitting that Hewitt got to bid adieu to the sport he loved in front of adoring fans inside the Rod Laver Arena. This is the end of an era, the pre-Fe

Jan 23 2016
10 countries who have dominated the Open Era in men's tennis
10 countries who have dominated the Open Era in men's tennis

Several countries have dominated sports in complete fashion; Australia have dominated multiple sports - cricket, hockey and for a significant period, tennis as well. Great Britain dominated Formula One (the currently reigning triple-world champion is also English), as has Germany, with Brazil and Finland also excelling at the sport. China has been at the head of badminton for decades, ruling the roost across the men's and women's game.

Dec 6 2015
Andy Murray steers Great Britain to the 2015 Davis Cup
Andy Murray steers Great Britain to the 2015 Davis Cup

The 2015 Davis Cup winners World number 2 Andy Murray guided Great Britain to its first ever Davis cup win since 1936 by beating Belgium’s David Goffin 6-3,7-5,6-3. Great Britain thus won the final 3-1 (best of five). With this win, Great Britain are now third in the most number of Davis cup titles with 10, behind USA and Australia.  The final of the Davis Cup was played between 27-29th November at the indoor clay courts of

Nov 30 2015
The top 5 Davis Cup finals in history
The top 5 Davis Cup finals in history

Brothers and doubles partners Andy and Jamie Murray playing Australia at the 2015 Davis Cup semis The Davis Cup is one of the iconic tournaments in tennis history, with a rich past and tradition. Instituted as a contest between Great Britain and United States, it evolved into the world’s premier international men’s team event. In 2015, 125 nations participated in the tournament, the highest ever in the tournament’s history

Davis Cup: Indian team gets first round bye
Davis Cup: Indian team gets first round bye

India lost to the Czech team at the pair’s Davis Cup playoff 3-1 to remain in the Oceania/Asia Group 1 The Indian Davis Cup squad, who recently lost to the number one-ranked Czech team in their playoffs in New Delhi, have received a first-round bye in the Oceania/Asia Group 1 playoff at the tournament. Following the 3-1 loss to the side from the Czech Republic, India remain in the Oceania/Asia Group 1 Zone. They are top-seeded in the

Sep 24 2015
Davis Cup: Andy Murray beats Thanasi Kokkinakis, Great Britain in finals
Davis Cup: Andy Murray beats Thanasi Kokkinakis, Great Britain in finals

World Number 3 Andy Murray has beaten Australia’s Bernard Tomic in straight sets British professional tennis player Andy Murray defeated Australian Bernard Tomic in the semi-final clash of the Davis Cup to send Great Britain through to the finals for the first time since 1978. With this victory, Great Britain took an unassailable 3-1 lead in the 5-match series against Australia. Murray won the match comprehensively in straight sets 7

Sep 21 2015
India's tryst with the Davis Cup
India's tryst with the Davis Cup

       Somdev Devvarman’s victory against Jiri Vesely did not prove to be enough to take India past Czech Republic   Yuki Bhambri’s straight set loss to Czech ace Jiri Vesely brought the curtains down on yet another campaign for Team Indian in the Davis Cup. Somdev Devvarman’s victory over the same opponent two days ago had raised hopes of an upset victory over the top ranked nation in the tourname

Sep 21 2015
Andy and Jamie Murray win Davis Cup semifinal thriller
Andy and Jamie Murray win Davis Cup semifinal thriller

Brothers in arms: Andy and Jamie Murray celebrate their victory over Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth Scottish siblings Andy and Jamie Murray defeated Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth in the doubles of the Davis Cup semi-final, BBC Sport reports.  The Murray brothers have handed Great Britain a sizeable advantage over Australia in the first leg of the semi-final round. The pride of Britain is going to be restored in tennis th

Sep 21 2015
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