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Two former champs reach Queen's quarterfinals
Marin Cilic and Sam Querrey step closer to repeat titles in key Wimbledon warmup event.
 
The world's top-ranked tennis player just lost to No. 90
Five-time Queen's club winner Andy Murray sees luck run out, losing to Australian Jordan Thompson.
 
Mighty Nadal wins historic 10th Paris title
King of clay Rafael Nadal hammers Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 to earn an unprecedented 10th title at the French Open on Sunday.
 
Unseeded Ostapenko wins French Open for 1st title
Right from the start of the French Open final, Jelena Ostapenko made quite clear to anyone unfamiliar with her name, or her game, what she is all about.
 
Thigh injury to keep Sharapova off the British grass
Maria Sharapova reveals that she will be forced to miss the entire grass court season due to a thigh muscle tear, dealing a blow to her immediate comeback hopes after serving a 15-month doping ban.
 
Out-of-nowhere Ostapenko to face Halep for French Open title
Jelena Ostapenko is a young woman in a hurry.
 
Nadal into 10th French Open semifinals
Rafael Nadal qualified for the French Open semifinals for the 10th time on Wednesday after compatriot Pablo Carreno Busta retired with injury while trailing 6-2, 2-0.
 
Nishikori's erratic loss to Murray reflects his French Open
Kei Nishikori's French Open ended with an appropriately erratic performance against top-ranked Andy Murray in the quarterfinals.
 
Knocked-out Djokovic insists he's not in freefall
Novak Djokovic insisted Wednesday that he still has the hunger to regain his status as the best player in the world, but did not rule out taking a break from the sport.
 
Unseeded Latvian teen shocks with French Open semis spot
Suddenly a Grand Slam semifinalist for the first time, Jelena Ostapenko sounded a lot like the carefree teenager she'll be for only a bit longer.
 
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