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Doubles victory keeps French Davis hopes alive

Suddenly realizing he was listening to France’s national anthem for maybe the last time in his Davis Cup captain role, Yannick Noah could not hold back tears.

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Croatia nears crown

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Croatia nears crown

Croatia moved to the brink of a second Davis Cup title on Friday as straight-set victories for Marin Cilic and Borna Coric gave them a 2-0 lead over reigning champions France in the final.

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Tennis head gets relief

By Kristel Satumbaga To avoid chaos in the house, the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) decided not to tackle the ‘troubled’ tennis association during yesterday’s General Assembly at the Meralco Multi-Purpose Hall in Mandaluyong City. The 43 national sports association members were supposed to vote on whether to suspend or not the Philippine Tennis Association on […]

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Tennis SEAG fate known today

The fate of Philippine Tennis Association (Philta) will be known today as heads of various national sports associations (NSAs) are expected to vote whether to suspend or not the association during the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) General Assembly at the Meralco gym in Mandaluyong.

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Netters to train in China, SK

The Philippine Tennis Association (Philta), under the leadership of Presidential Senior Adviser on Foreign Investments Antonio Cablitas, will continue working on its programs geared up at next year’s Southeast Asian Games despite the threat of suspension from the Philippine Olympic Committee.

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Changing of the guard

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Changing of the guard

LONDON (AFP) – Alexander Zverev won the biggest title of his career against Novak Djokovic at the ATP Finals on Sunday, but is the new kid on the block ready to smash the cartel at the top of the game? The 21-year-old German has long been talked of as the leader of a pack of […]

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