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One-armed Kiwi climbs professional tennis ranks
Under blazing tropical skies, Alex Hunt tosses the ball high into air and smashes down a serve at a Bangkok tennis court, a feat made possible by a carbon-fiber prosthetic that has replaced his left arm.
 
French Open up for grabs for women; Murray, top men in QF
For all of the tumult in the French Open women's draw and the unfamiliar names filling the quarterfinal slots, the men's tournament has been much more about the usual suspects: Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka and, of course, Rafael Nadal.
 
Muguruza, Venus out; French Open to have 1st-time Slam champ
Garbine Muguruza did not take kindly to the way spectators pulled for her opponent -- her French opponent, mind you -- at the French Open.
 
Tennis great blames gay conspiracy for stadium row
Tennis great Margaret Court on Friday claimed a gay conspiracy from America was behind calls to strip her name from one of the Australian Open stadiums, after a furor over her views on homosexuality.
 
Breaking rackets along the way, Kyrgios exits French Open
Nick Kyrgios' talent is undeniable. So is his temperament.
 
Nadal, Djokovic march on as Muguruza survives at French Open
French Open title rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic stormed into the last 32 on Wednesday, while women's defending champion Garbine Muguruza survived a second-round scare.
 
'He's with me': Mourning dad, American wins at French Open
Steve Johnson held everything in, all of it, until he simply could not any longer.
 
With Agassi along for a bit, Djokovic opens defense in Paris
If Novak Djokovic was hoping to take a little pressure and attention off himself after some rough results, he might very well have found the perfect way to do that by adding Andre Agassi as a coaching consultant of sorts for the French Open.
 
French Open glance: Murray, Wawrinka win; Zverev, Konta out
A quick look at the French Open.
 
Zverev signals arrival, beats Djokovic to win Italian Open
Alexander Zverev signaled his anticipated arrival among the tennis elite by defeating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 6-3 Sunday to win the Italian Open.
 
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