Federer makes winning return in Stuttgart
(Reuters) - Wimbledon champion Roger Federer made a victorious return to action as he recovered from a set down to beat Germany's Mischa Zverev 3-6 6-4 6-2 at the Stuttgart Open on Wednesday.
Rybarikova stunned at Nottingham, Osaka progresses
(Reuters) - Magdalena Rybarikova's Wimbledon preparations suffered a blow as the Slovakian was ousted by unseeded Belgian Mona Barthel in the second round of the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham on Wednesday.
Tennis-Vandeweghe charges into Hertogenbosch quarters
June 13 (Reuters) - Top seed CoCo Vandeweghe marched into the Libema Open quarter-finals with a 7-6(4) 6-3 win over Arantxa Rus in the second round on Wednesday.
Defending champion Muller ousted by Ebden in Hertogenbosch
(Reuters) - Defending champion Gilles Muller fell to a shock 6-3 7-5 defeat by Australian qualifier Matthew Ebden in the Libema Open second round on Wednesday.
Tired Nadal withdraws from Queen's
LONDON (Reuters) - French Open champion Rafael Nadal has pulled out of next week's Queen's Club grasscourt tournament, saying he needs more time to recover after winning his 11th Roland Garros title.
Bartoli ends plan to return to WTA Tour
(Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has abandoned her attempted return to the Tour, saying her right shoulder is not strong enough to cope with the rigors of professional tennis.
Konta, Barty cruise to victory at Nottingham
(Reuters) - Australian top seed Ashleigh Barty and British number one Johanna Konta eased to first round victories at the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham on Tuesday as they prepare for next month's Wimbledon.
Tsitsipas, Tomic progress in Hertogenbosch
(Reuters) - Barcelona Open runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas recorded his first grasscourt victory on the ATP Tour by beating Australian John-Patrick Smith in the first round of the Libema Open at Hertogenbosch on Tuesday.
Federer wary of slim margins on grasscourt return
(Reuters) - Roger Federer can return to the top of the ATP rankings this week in Stuttgart but knows all too well the dangers lurking on grass as he comes back from his mid-season break.
Nadal admits he thought he would have retired by now
MADRID (Reuters) - As Rafael Nadal celebrated lifting the French Open trophy for the 11th time, the Spaniard admitted that even he is surprised to be winning Grand Slam titles at the age of 32.
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