Tennis

6:13 PM ET Associated Press LONDON — Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan said they will retire after the 2020 US Open, closing a professional tennis partnership that includes a men’s doubles record of 16 Grand Slam championships. The 41-year-old American twins announced their plans at the season-ending ATP Finals, which they qualified for but decided
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11:04 AM ET Associated Press LONDON — Roger Federer got back on track at the ATP Finals, beating Matteo Berrettini 7-6 (2), 6-3 on Tuesday for his first victory of the round-robin stage. Federer lost his opening match to Dominic Thiem on Sunday, but the six-time champion looked sharper against Berrettini, never dropping his serve
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11:04 AM ET Associated Press LONDON — Roger Federer got back on track at the ATP Finals, beating Matteo Berrettini 7-6 (2), 6-3 on Tuesday for his first victory of the round-robin stage. Federer lost his opening match to Dominic Thiem on Sunday, but the six-time champion looked sharper against Berrettini, never dropping his serve
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11:46 AM ET Associated Press LONDON — Dominika Cibulkova on Tuesday said she has retired from tennis. The 30-year-old Slovak reached the 2014 Australian Open final and won the WTA Finals in 2016. WTA president Micky Lawler praised Cibulkova’s “extraordinary finesse, speed and feel of the court.” The 5-foot-3 Cibulkova never won another tour-level title
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3:45 PM ET Britain’s Andy Murray storms through to the quarter-finals of the European Open in Antwerp, after dismissing eighth seed Pablo Cuevas 6-4, 6-3 on Thursday. The former world number one, who is easing his way back to full match fitness after a career-saving hip resurfacing procedure in January, saved all four break points
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3:45 PM ET Britain’s Andy Murray storms through to the quarterfinals of the European Open in Antwerp, after dismissing eighth seed Pablo Cuevas 6-4, 6-3 Thursday. The former world number one, who is easing his way back to full match fitness after a career-saving hip resurfacing procedure in January, saved all four break points he
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1:23 PM ET Associated Press LUXEMBOURG — Coco Gauff lost her opening match at the Luxembourg Open in straight sets on Wednesday, just three days after winning her first WTA title in Austria. Eighth-seeded Anna Blinkova of Russia beat the American 15-year-old 6-4, 6-0 in their first-round match. Gauff won just eight points in the
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