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Nadal: I’d rather win tour events than slams

Rafael Nadal makes his long-awaited return to Grand Slam tennis but insists that he'd rather win a string of tour events than rack up the majors.

Wimbledon roof draws questions as rain soaks London

Wimbledon has been hit by heavy rain with fears growing that Centre Court's roof was turning the event into both an outdoor and indoor contest.

Nadal, Murray win as Aussies suffer Wimbledon slump

Rafael Nadal and British hope Andy Murray reached the Wimbledon second round but Australia's men fell to their country's worst performance since 1938.

Djokovic and Federer survive French Open

Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer stayed on course for a sublime French Open semifinal showdown, but only after they survived fourth round scares.

Arsenal bids farewell to Henry with Euro loss

Arsenal have said a sad farewell to Thierry Henry after losing 4-0 to AC Milan in their Champions League clash, ending their European dreams.

Nadal lambastes organisers of ‘dangerous’ US Open

Rafael Nadal has lashed out at US Open organisers, saying they were putting players' safety at risk in an attempt to make up for lost time.

Nadal beats pal Nalbandian in US Open

Defending champion Rafael Nadal reached the US Open last 16 with a victory over gutsy close friend David Nalbandian.

Djokovic targets McEnroe’s record

Novak Djokovic is convinced that he can match John McEnroe's 1984 record of 82 wins against just three defeats.

Nadal: Every step you take, I’ll be watching you

Rafael Nadal insists Novak Djokovic cannot keep winning and he will be first in the queue ready to pounce when the Serb finally cracks.

Sharapova to meet Kvitova in Wimbledon women’s final

Maria Sharapova, the rejuvenated glamour girl of women's tennis, will take on low-key Czech Petra Kvitova in the Wimbledon title showdown on Saturday.

Nadal disappointed by Federer’s Wimbledon exit

Rafael Nadal says he was saddened to see Roger Federer knocked out of Wimbledon as the 16-time Grand Slam title winner lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Nadal fears Wimbledon injury knock-out

Despite the win in the last 16 against Juan Martin del Potro, defending champion Rafael Nadal may be forced to quit due to a left foot injury.

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