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Highlights: Novak Djokovic beat Nicolas Almagro (6-7(4) 6-3 6-4)

Novak Djokovic will arrive in Australia with an unbeaten record after defending his Mubadala Tennis Championship title with victory over Nicolas Almagro.

(07:14) | December 29, 2012



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Players pay tribute to Li Na

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(01:59) | Sep 19, 2014

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Kerber steamrolls Cibulkova

Tennis Video: Top seed Angelique Kerber has lived up to her billing at the Pan Pacific Open, making light work of quarter final opponent Dominika Cibulkova.

(00:55) | Sep 19, 2014

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Li Na announces retirement

Tennis Video: Two-time grand slam winner Li Na has announced her shock retirement from tennis after a series of 'chronic' injuries.

(01:17) | Sep 19, 2014

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Poyet: Sunderland point not enough

Premier League: Sunderland manager Gus Poyet explains the goalless draw with Burnley will not be enough if his side are to remain in the Premier League.

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(00:39) | Sep 20, 2014

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Koeman: Swansea were difficult

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(00:48) | Sep 20, 2014

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Bruce: Could have been a fantastic start

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(00:45) | Sep 20, 2014

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Pardew: We won a few friends today

Premier League: Under-pressure Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew spoke of his side's resilience after going 0-2 down to Hull City.

(01:04) | Sep 20, 2014

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Lambert: Arsenal are clinical

Premier League: Aston Villa coach Paul Lambert laments giving up three quick goals but is happy with 10 points in five games.

(00:43) | Sep 20, 2014

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