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Tennis-ATP Tour singles standings

Dec 15th 2014
Dec 15 (Infostrada Sports) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 11360 2 (2) Roger Federer(Switzerland) 9775 3 (3) Rafa Nadal(Spain) 6835 4 (4) Stanislas Wawrinka(Switzerland) 5370 5 (5) Kei Nishikori(Japan) 5025 6 (6) Andy Murray(Britain) 4675 7 (7) Tomas Berdych(Czech Republic) 4600 8






Tennis-ATP prize money to reach $100 million in 2015

Dec 12th 2014
Dec 12 (Reuters) - Prize money on the men's tennis tour will reach $100 million for the first time in 2015, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) said on Friday.






Tennis-Tarpischev weighs up appeal against WTA suspension

Dec 10th 2014
MOSCOW, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) president Shamil Tarpischev is weighing up an appeal against his year-long WTA Tour suspension for making an inappropriate comment about the Williams sisters.






Tennis-WTA agrees to $525 million "game-changing" deal

Dec 9th 2014
MIAMI, Dec 9 (Reuters) - The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has agreed a 10-year $525 million rights deal with digital media company PERFORM that will see 2,000 main draw singles matches broadcast each year, the governing body said on Tuesday.






Tennis-Radwanska dreams of grand slam glory with Navratilova

Dec 9th 2014
LONDON, Dec 9 (Reuters) - Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska hopes to win the first grand slam title of her career after appointing 18-times grand slam champion Martina Navratilova as her new "supercoach".






Tennis-New crop threatens 'Big Four' hegemony, says Djokovic

Dec 9th 2014
NEW DELHI, Dec 9 (Reuters) - With a crop of talented young players such as Kei Nishikori and Milos Raonic knocking on the door of the exclusive men's grand slam club, the "Big Four" hegemony over the game's top tournaments may be coming to a close, said Novak Djokovic.