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Teen Tomic powers into Wimbledon quarterfinals

Australian qualifier Bernard Tomic has extended his fairytale run at Wimbledon into the quarterfinals after crushing Belgium's Xavier Malisse.

Sexism and upsets take centre court at Wimbledon

Two surprise results by Lu Yen-Hsun and Li Na, and a sexism row triggered by Serena Williams took attention away from Thursday's other tennis matches.

Soderling survives dramatic Hewitt test

Australian favourite Lleyton Hewitt lost in the second round of Wimbledon against Robin Soderling, while Li Na lost to German wildcard Sabine Lisicki.

Nadal into last eight, Djokovic gets semis pass

Rafael Nadal has reached the French Open last eight as title rival Novak Djokovic was handed a free pass into the semifinals.

Soderling keeps alive tour finals challenge

Swede Robin Soderling defeated Spain's David Ferrer 7-5, 7-5 on Tuesday to keep alive his bid to reach the semi-finals of the ATP World Finals.

Relief and joy as Nadal claims fifth French title

It has been a long journey back from the pit of despair for Rafael Nadal but he completed it in style on Sunday to win a fifth French Open title.

Soderling the champion-slayer of Paris

Sweden's Robin Soderling is clearly the undisputed chaampion-slayer after putting Roger Federer to the sword at the French Open on Tuesday.

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