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Maria Sharapova recalls Harvard University classes during doping ban Maria Sharapova has often shared her interest in art and drawing. During her break in 2016 due to a 15-month doping ban, Sharapova attended Harvard Business School classes to help in the development of her candy line Sugarpova. Speaking to CNBC, Sharapova said: 'I took a global management course and a leadership course.

Wta Tashkent: Olga Danilovic sets up a rematch with Anastasia Potapova The Belarusian will meet for the first time Ivana Jorovic, who won one of her last five Top 100 clashes, bidding to reach the third tour-level quarter-finals of the season, after the semifinals showing in Lugano, and the recent quarter-finals run in Guangzhou.

Laver Cup draws flak from German tennis federation chief The German tennis federation chief Ulrich Klaus does not think that tennis gets benefited from the Laver Cup, which is one of the many team exhibition events throughout the year. 'We think that we do not need even more competitions. There are so many events now.

Roger Federer: Andy Murray set to COPY tennis icon in bid to reduce injuries ROGER FEDERER's decision to skip the clay-court season seems to have inspired Andy Murray to do the same next year.

Former Miss Japan: Naomi Osaka is a role model Former Miss Japan - Priyanka Yoshikawa recently spoke about one of the most talked about players in the tennis world right now - Naomi Osaka. She further feels that that Osaka can break down cultural barriers in Japan. "Naomi is definitely a role model," Yoshikava told AFP.

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic arrive in Chicago in private jet Net Jets is one of the main endorsers for the second edition of the Laver Cup and the multi-national company offered an air flight ticket for free from New York to Chicago to the players competing in the event.

Rafael Nadal: World No 1 provides injury update ahead of autumn tennis schedule RAFAEL NADAL has provided fans with an injury update as he continues to return from yet another knee problem.

Roger Federer: Watch tennis icon COACH old foe Novak Djokovic through Laver Cup tie ROGER FEDERER put his tennis rivalry with Novak Djokovic to one side as he coached the Serb through his Laver Cup match with Kevin Anderson.

A billionaire buys Charleston Open tennis event The Volvo Car Open's future is guaranteed. The tournament will still be played in Charleston but will be owned by a new face: the Charleston billionaire Ben Navarro, who is now the full owner of the event. Caroline Wozniacki and Sloane Stephens are the first players confirmed for the 2019 edition.

Smash! Andy Murray drops commemorative plate in Shenzhen Tennis star Andy Murray took to Instagram to share the awkward moment he dropped a commemorative plate presented to him ahead of a tournament in China. The former world number one will be hoping for better luck when he competes in Shenzhen and Beijing over the next two weeks.

Garbine Muguruza: When you have won big and you have big goals Grand Slam Champion Garbine Muguruza is looking to get consistency in her results as she looks to accept ups and downs in the game. "When you have won big and you have big goals, it's always tough to not get them when you work hard," she said. "You cannot have it all the time.

Kvitova cruises past Krunic to reach Wuhan third round No.5 seed Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic, twice a winner of the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open, started her quest for a third title in five years with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Aleksandra Krunic of Serbia in the second round on Tuesday. Kvitova was the inaugural champion in Wuhan in 2014 and doubled up with another trophy in 2016.

I wake up at 4:30 AM to work with Roger Federer - Tony Godsick I think that's what people really like about him, why he has so many fans, is because the person they knew back in the day is the person they know today.' ALSO READ: Sponsors do not affect my schedule, says Roger Federer.

Kozlova sweeps past No.1 seed Begu in Tashkent TASHKENT, Uzbekistan - Kateryna Kozlova produced a major upset at the Tashkent Open as she defeated No.1 seed Irena-Camelia Begu, 6-3, 6-2. Things did not go smoothly initially for the WTA World No.119, who struggled to live with her opponent in the formative stages of the match.

Sabalenka seals Svitolina in Wuhan thriller Connecticut Open champion Aryna Sabalenka secured her seventh Top 10 win and 19th three-set win of 2018, dispatching World No.6 Elina Svitolina to reach the third round of the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open.

Tomas Berdych ends 2018 season, says he thought about retirement 4 is recovering from a back injury.

Men's tennis shines at Ivy Plus, UVA Masters Tournaments Men's tennis continued its dominance over the competition at both the Ivy Plus Tournament at Princeton and the UVA Masters Tournament. After an impressive sweep at the Penn Invitational last week, and coming off a hot streak of five consecutive Ivy League titles, the team has shown no sign of slowing down.

Wozniacki back to winning ways in Wuhan, downs Peterson WUHAN, China - Reigning Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki got off to a fast start in her opening match at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open, needing two sets to knock out on-the-rise Rebecca Peterson to move into the third round.

Alexander Zverev reflects on being coached by Roger Federer at Laver Cup Tennis: Federer helped fellow Team Europe member Zverev to edge out Team World's Kevin Anderson and bring Team Europe the crucial win.

Andrey Rublev: Coming back after an injury is not easy. Look at Djokovic Andrey Rublev's 2018 season has been influenced a lot by a back injury that forced him to miss the competition from April to July. The Russian player now hopes to gain some confidence by playing matches. In August, he reached the semi-finals of the Citi Open which he lost to Alex de Minaur after an epic three-set battle.

Playing Tokyo Olympics at 39 years of age: Roger Federer gives thoughts Roger Federer is not focused on necessarily competing until 2020 Tokyo Olympics come around. The Swiss player will be 39 years old when the event takes place. Speaking to Tennis Magazin, Federer said: 'It's not on my mind anymore. It's not a goal, like London or Rio.

Duke women's tennis finds success, men's tennis struggles in fall slate openers The three men's tennis representatives, collectively, came away with just a single victory on the weekend.

Joao Sousa: Winning Estoril title perhaps best week of my life Perhaps the best week of my life. Me and my team have been trying to do it for many years so it was really something special," Sousa said, as revealed on Tennis Tour Talk. Former world No. 28 Sousa is now bidding to win his maiden Chengdu Open title. No.

Maria Sharapova shares real reasons behind her three withdrawals Maria Sharapova added other withdrawals to her long list this year by announcing that she will not compete in Beijing, Tianjin and Moscow tournaments. The Russian player revealed that there is a physical issue as one of the reason that led her to end the 2018 season earlier than planned.

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