Nadal cruises at Hamburg Open (4:59)
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2dMark Hodgkinson

Hodgkinson: How Lendl could help Dimitrov

Grigor Dimitrov and Ivan Lendl have been spotted hitting together. Imagine what it would do for the struggling Bulgarian if the two started officially working together.

Nadal tops Verdasco after sluggish start (4:41)
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3dESPN Staff

Britons climb rankings with Challenger titles

Kyle Edmund and Johanna Konta close in on top 100 in the men's and women's rankings respectively after claiming titles in North America.

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Paire wins Swedish Open to earn 1st ATP title

Benoit Paire of France won his first ATP title on Sunday after beating Spain's Tommy Robredo 7-6 (9-7), 6-3, in the men's final at the Swedish Open.

Iantosca talks about Mexico's two silver medals (2:32)
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7dESPN Staff

Tomic rejects chance to build bridges

Bernard Tomic has turned down a 'clear the air' meeting with Tennis Australia, insisting it would be pointless.

7dESPN Staff

Robson suffers second-round exit in Canada

Having won her first singles match in almost two years on Wednesday, Laura Robson suffered a second-round defeat at the Challenger Banque Nationale De Granby tournament in Canada.

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9dKamakshi Tandon

Tandon: The so-called Federer-Nadal effect

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have inspired countless kids around the world looking to follow in their footsteps. Just about everywhere, except at home.

11dESPN Staff

Murray admits schedule was unhealthy

World No.3 is off on a well-deserved holiday having helped Great Britain into the Davis Cup semifinals.

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11dSimon Barnes

Barnes' best British sporting cities: London

Simon Barnes details why London represents the sporting ambitions of the entire nation as he identifies his personal top-five best British cities.

Murray sends Great Britain into Davis Cup semis (2:45)
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12dCarl Bialik

Murrays make most of slim home advantage

Great Britain's Andy and Jamie Murray had just enough to defeat France on the grass at Queen's, a venue at which both teams fancied their chances, writes Carl Bialik.

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13dCarl Bialik

Murray open to Davis Cup doubles duty

The world No.3 is ready if Leon Smith calls him into action for Saturday's crucial rubber - but it is a risk which could prove to be costly, writes Carl Bialik.

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