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  • What The Deuce
  • Spicing up the Davis Cup
  • Nov 20, 2012: Whether a radical overhaul or minor tweaks, we've come up with a few tongue-in-cheek ideas to add a bit of spice to the Davis Cup

  • What the Deuce
  • WTA big three one step away from a major rivalry
  • Oct 9, 2012: If Maria Sharapova can topple Victoria Azarenka or Azarenka can turn the tables on Serena Williams, we might just have a genuine antagonism that the women's game has been craving

  • What the Deuce
  • Robson showing top ten potential
  • Sep 25, 2012: Having steered Dinara Safina to the world No. 1 spot back in 2009, can Zeljko Krajan turn Laura Robson into a future grand slam winner?

  • US Open, Day Eight
  • Serena in a league of her own
  • Sep 4, 2012: The US Open website has posed the question "who can take a set off Serena Williams?" I don't think that question will be answered at this year's US Open

  • US Open, Day Four
  • Mix it up to match Serena
  • Aug 31, 2012: Serena Williams has looked pretty much bombproof this summer, but the unlikely figure of Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez may have opened up a potential window of opportunity for the rest of the US Open field

  • What The Deuce
  • Now watch Murray go
  • Aug 14, 2012: Winning Olympic gold doesn't necessarily put Andy Murray on the path to greatness, but his success at London 2012 reaffirms the belief he is a grand slam winner in waiting

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  • Why Farah and Hoy can help Murray win gold
  • Jul 31, 2012: As the adage goes, a problem shared is a problem halved, and for Andy Murray, sharing the limelight, and the expectation that comes with it, could be just what he needs to taste success at the All England Club

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  • A coming of age
  • Jul 17, 2012: With their current rankings securing automatic qualification into the main draw of grand slams, Laura Robson and Heather Watson now have the chance to show they really have come of age

  • What the Deuce
  • Blue clay a fuss about nothing
  • May 8, 2012: Red or blue. No, What the Deuce is not dissecting the results of the local elections, it's about the Madrid Open's decision to switch from the traditional red clay to a vibrant blue

  • What the Deuce
  • Is Murray turning into Lendl?
  • Apr 17, 2012: It is easy to read too much into Andy Murray's new haircut, but small changes can make a big difference, and we wait to see if Ivan Lendl's little tweaks can bring about major prizes

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  • Serena looks to make herself at home in Paris
  • Apr 10, 2012: Following a dominant performance in Charleston, Serena Williams could make herself at home in Paris on two counts this summer as she hunts a 14th grand slam

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  • Nadal's knees leave nagging doubt
  • Apr 3, 2012: While there is little doubt that Rafael Nadal's knees are giving him grief, to say that the decision to pull out of Miami was without any thought of the impending clay season is highly unlikely

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  • Kvitova the acid test for Azarenka
  • Mar 20, 2012: She may have lost her last four matches against Petra Kvitova, but you wouldn't bet against Victoria Azarenka having the last laugh

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