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28 days ago
Upbeat Kvitova confident of full recovery
Upbeat Kvitova confident of full recovery

Petra Kvitova said she was confident of making a full recovery after a knife attack left her needing surgery on her left hand.

28 days ago
Federer expects injury layoff to prolong playing career
Federer expects injury layoff to prolong playing career

Roger Federer believes his six-month injury absence could help prolong his playing career, saying he has enjoyed the break.

30 days ago
Kvitova will play again, says surgeon
Kvitova will play again, says surgeon

Petra Kvitova should be able to play tennis again but is set to miss the first half of next season after her left hand was slashed in a knife attack.

30 days ago
Australian Open winners to earn more than ever
Australian Open winners to earn more than ever

The 2017 Australian Open will offer US$36.25 million in prize money, with the men's and women's singles champions both netting a cool $3.7 million.

31 days ago
Kvitova undergoes surgery after burglar attack
Kvitova undergoes surgery after burglar attack

Petra Kvitova has undergone surgery to her left hand that was badly cut by a knife-wielding burglar at her home in the Czech town of Prostejov.

31 days ago
Kvitova attacked by knife-wielding burglar
Kvitova attacked by knife-wielding burglar

Two-time Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova was injured after an attack by a knife-wielding burglar at her home in the eastern Czech town of Prostejov.

32 days ago
Injured Kvitova out of Hopman Cup
Injured Kvitova out of Hopman Cup

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova suffered an Australian Open setback on Tuesday when she was ruled out of the Hopman Cup with a foot injury.

34 days ago
Moya joins 'excited' Nadal's coaching team
Moya joins 'excited' Nadal's coaching team

Former world number one Carlos Moya is joining Rafael Nadal's coaching team alongside the 14-time Grand Slam champion's long-time coach, Toni Nadal.

41 days ago
Klaasen finds positives in World Tour finals defeat
Klaasen finds positives in World Tour finals defeat

Raven Klaasen believes 2017 could be a big year for himself and doubles partner Rajeev Ram on the ATP World Tour.

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