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Felix Auger-Aliassime capped a historic run to the title at the Open Sopra Steria, claiming his maiden ATP Challenger Tour crown in Lyon, France. An unseeded wild card, the Canadian defeated Mathias Bourgue 6-4, 6-1 after one hour and 19 minutes in ...
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Andy Murray is not usually one to talk up his own achievements, but the Scot does not agree with John McEnroe's assertion that he is “still a distant fourth” in comparison with the three other members of the sport's so-called Big Four. Asked here on
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Five nights after the worst day of his young life, Denis Shapovalov was on the telephone and his voice cracked a little. The 17-year-old, widely considered a rising star in Canadian tennis, was waiting to board a flight from Toronto to Montreal. But
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I then texted my sponsor who is now my manager, Andrzej Kepinski, to talk about the match, and I will never forget his response: "Big congratulations, awesome tournament and awesome run leading up to this tournament. You competed and carried yourself
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Shapovalov Talks Training With Günter Bresnik And Next Gen ATP Finals. Jan152017. ATP Staff ... At age 17, Denis Shapovalov was hoping to merely get his feet wet on the pro circuit, as he entered his first ATP Challenger Tour and ATP World Tour events
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The UK appears to have conceded to the EU's preferred order for the talks with trade negotiations not taking place until the divorce bill,citizens rights and the problem of the Northern Ireland border with the Republic of Ireland have been resolved
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Canada's rising star Denis Shapovalov entered the tennis hall of infamy on Sunday night when he smashed a ball away in frustration that accidentally struck umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye. The 17-year-old Shapovalov, regarded as one of the most exciting ... -
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Canada's teenage star Denis Shapovalov wrote his name into the competition's 117-year history by handing a 3-2 victory to GB with a flash of temper that could have ended in serious injury. ... for a check-up. He was said by an International Tennis
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Denis Shapovalov has admitted he would never have been able to forgive himself if Davis Cup umpire Arnaud Gabas had been seriously injured by his ball-blasting antics on Sunday. ... Shapovalov has since been fined 7,000 US dollars (£5,623) by the
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Shapovalov, 17, played two singles matches for Canada in the Davis Cup competition at TD Place arena. He lost in straight sets to Dan Evans on the opening day and was losing to Kyle Edmund on the final day when he struck a tennis ball in anger and ...
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Denis Shapovalov's transition to professional tennis hasn't come without its struggles. An ankle injury suffered last fall while training made the 17-year-old Canadian prospect wonder whether turning pro was the right move. Shapovalov had even entered
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Tennis umpire Arnaud Gabas has had surgery on a fractured bone under his left eye after being hit by a ball struck by Canadian player Denis Shapovalov during a Davis Cup match. The International Tennis Federation says “chair umpire Arnaud Gabas has ...
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Portuguese tennis journalist Jose Morgado translated Bernardes as saying: "If you do the same thing that the other 'unlucky' (player) did ... Don't do that. You are not like that, I know you." While Morgado translated 'o outro infeliz' as 'unlucky
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... the performance of 17-year-old local boy Denis Shapovalov. The teen from Richmond Hill, Ontario, fresh off a junior title run at Wimbledon, sent shockwaves through the tennis world when he upset world number 19 Nick Kyrgios on Monday night in Toronto.
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Indian tennis players (from right) Rohan Bopanna, Sriram Balaji, Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Ramkumar Ramnathan during the draws ceremony before the Davis Cup tie against Uzbekistan last week. All eyes will be on ... However, Canada, who lost to Great