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Lorenzi becomes oldest first-time ATP winner

Paolo Lorenzi of Italy became the oldest first-time winner of an ATP event on Saturday after beating Nikoloz Basilashvili of Georgia 6-3, 6-4 in the Generali Open final.

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Konta fights to beat Zheng (1:39)
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Viral Vault: Young fan challenges Federer, wins point in style (0:54)
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Venus advances to Bank of the West semifinals

Venus Williams, Dominika Cibulkova and Johanna Konta won Friday to reach the Bank of the West Classic semis, while Coco Vandeweghe (ankle) was taken off in a wheelchair.

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Top-seeded Stosur upset by wild-card Pegula

Wild-card entry Jessica Pegula stunned top-seeded Samantha Stosur 7-6 (4), 6-3 on Friday in the Citi Open to get to a WTA semifinal for the first time.

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S. Johnson, Karlovic roll into Citi Open semis

Trailing in a tiebreaker against top-seeded John Isner, Steve Johnson managed to put a 146 mph serve into play and then decided to try something even more audacious: lob his 6-foot-10 opponent.

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WTA Washington: Mladenovic ousts Lisicki (0:57)
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Highlights: Vandeweghe makes Stanford quarters (1:40)
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Dan Evans falls to Jack Sock defeat

British No.4 Daniel Evans' fantastic Citi Open run came to an end as he fell to a straight-sets defeat to American sixth seed Jack Sock.

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Broady crashes out of Citi Open

Britain's Naomi Broady narrowly fell to a Citi Open second round defeat in Washington after losing a third-set decider to Japan's Risa Ozaki.

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Konta cruises to Stanford quarterfinals

British number one Johanna Konta thrashed Julia Boserup in straight-sets to reach the Bank of the West classic quarterfinals.

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Arm injury forces Wozniacki from Citi Open match

Top-seeded Sam Stosur advanced at the Citi Open when Caroline Wozniacki retired in the second set with a left arm injury. On the men's side, qualifier Ryan Harrison beat 10-seed Viktor Troicki.

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Nadal: I expect to be ready for Rio (1:02)
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Federer, Nadal both withdraw from Rogers Cup

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal withdrew from the Rogers Cup, joining Andy Murray as top stars who will skip the first Masters Series tournament of the summer.

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