Frankfurt, Germany (SportsNetwork.com) - Nine-time champion France and three- time winner Germany will do battle in an opening-round Davis Cup tie this weekend. The best-of-five affair will commence Friday with opening singles rubbers between ... Miami Herald, 3 weeks ago
Frenchman admits he doesn't want to face the Scot on grass after Britain set up quarter-final clash with win over USA in Glasgow Getty Worried: France star Gael Monfils France star Gael Monfils has admitted he does not want to face Andy ...Irish Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Washington - Britain's Andy Murray and Japan's Kei Nishikori will stop at the ATP event in Washington in their August preparations for this year's US Open, tournament officials announced Thursday. World number four Murray, the 2012 US Open and ...News24, 2 weeks ago Murray, Nishikori to play in Washington before US Open ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago Tennis - Murray, Nishikori to play in DC before US Open Yahoo! News, 2 weeks ago AFP - Tennis-ATP-USA-Murray-Nishikori Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago
Gael Monfils of France prepares to hit a return against Jerzy Janowicz of Poland … PARIS (Reuters) - Gael Monfils was named on Tuesday in France's Davis Cup team to play Germany in Frankfurt next month despite reports he had told captain Arnaud ...Yahoo! Singapore, 4 weeks ago France pick Monfils to face Germany in Davis Cup Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago France selects Monfils to face Germany in Davis Cup Daily Times, 1 month ago UPDATE 1-Tennis-France pick Monfils to face Germany in Davis Cup Reuters UK, 1 month ago
On Saturday we will have at least one - and possibly two surprise finalists in the Heineken Open. Michael Burgess and Kris Shannon look back at five other unexpected names to reach the decider of Auckland's long running ATP event. Saltz remains ...New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago Tennis: Auckland's showcase full of surprises New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago
Stan Wawrinka upset the odds to win his maiden Grand Slam in Melbourne last year, but big guns Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic struck back by winning at Roland Garros and Wimbledon respectively. Marin Cilic then proved too strong for Kei Nishikori ...Sky Sports, 2 months ago
Stan Wawrinka: Reigning men's champion having won the title as a 66/1 outside in 2014 Our Andy Schooler looks back at players who have caused a surprise at the Australian Open in years gone by. Starting in just the third week of the season, the ...AOL UK, 2 months ago
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