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Elbow issue knocks Polansky out of Davis Cup; Pospisil in. Denis Shapovalov talks about adjusting to an unexpected opponent at the Davis Cup and how Canada will look to take advantage of Marin Cilic resting on the first day. Arash Madani | @arashmadani
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Forget about being a top-10 junior player, where McHugh's sights are really set is on Futures events like this, where he can start whittling away at a senior ranking which – courtesy of one win at this tournament last year – currently stands at 1828
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Every time I watch a challenged football call, I think fondly on tennis' review policy. And a reader, Scott K., summarizes it nicely: “After hearing someone on a Australian Open web broadcast talk about calling for a replay review on whether a player
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Arriving at the US Open last month, Nick Kyrgios found his locker stationed next to that of Denis Shapovalov. As a man with a strong sense of irony, he might have grinned – or perhaps grimaced – at the coincidence. In 2014, Kyrgios had come to New York
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There was Alexander Zverev disparaging Marcelo Melo during his exhibition match and on Thursday came an exchange between Denis Shapovalov and Martin Laurendeau on the quality and price of coffee in Milan. "Dude, I'm telling you, best coffee I've ever  - -
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Denis Shapovalov has had a breakthrough year in 2017, starting the season outside of the Top 250 and breaking into the Top 50 in the world in the fall. The 18-year-old managed to seal a spot in the ATP Next Gen Finals in Milan. The Canadian tells the
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Denis Shapovalov emerged as the talk of Canada and the tennis world this week after his breathtaking run to the semi-finals of the Coupe Rogers in Montreal. But had he not saved four match points in the opening round against Rogerio Dutra Silva, the 18
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Canadian tennis star is the youngest man to advance to the 4th round of the tournament since Michael Chang (17) in 1989. 0:32. The Canadian is being touted as a rising star with potential to crack the top 10 or even top five in the world. But what
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Canada's Denis Shapovalov couldn't stop a Team Europe tidal wave, losing 6-7(3), 6-7(5) to Alexander Zverev as Team World fell behind 3-1 after the first day of play at the inaugural Laver Cup in Prague, Czech Republic. It was the second time in just  - -
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All of this might make Shapovalov sound like a showman. He is certainly developing into tennis's latest sex symbol, attracting a sort of Beatlemania, even if his blond mane would look more at home in 1990s boy band Hanson. Yet it would be more accurate  - - -
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Now ahead of schedule on his career path, Shapovalov won't need another season playing Juniors, Futures or ATP Challengers. There will be other Canadians in Melbourne. No. 23 Milos Raonic and WTA No. 83 Eugenie Bouchard have gotten achingly close to an
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He also secured the biggest win of his career in August when he beat world number one Rafael Nadal at the Canadian Masters. Shapovalov made the fourth round of the US Open in September with impressive victories over the experienced Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
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Melbourne - Rising stars Denis Shapovalov and Andrey Rublev tracked different routes in making winning starts to their Australian Open campaigns in Melbourne on Monday. Young Canadian Shapovalov showcased his exciting skills in an impressive straight
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Fuorivia told him how proud he was of him, and then mocked him about a moment or two in the match that had Shapovalov in hysterics. “I'm not going to talk about your volleys,” joked Fuorivia. Laurendeau retreated to the back of the room, away from the  - -
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Just ask Roger Federer, who says he is a "big fan". "I like watching Denis," he told Tennis TV. "I remember watching him in the juniors at Wimbledon on TV. Then I remember practising with him a few years back in Toronto. He had these big shot, great