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How Will Tennis Survive Without Its Superstars?

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Serena Williams have driven the money and interest in tennis for two decades. They are also, like all of us, getting older. What happens to the men’s and women’s games when they retire?

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Inside Coco Gauff’s Wild Run at Wimbledon

How fans, press, and the 15-year-old herself have reacted to the American’s surprise run through the first week at the All England Club

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“It’s a Very Taxing Profession”: Andy Murray and the Grind of Modern Tennis

Murray’s retirement announcement—and the persistent hip injury that caused it—has been the major story at the Australian Open. For players like Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Sloane Stephens, among others, it raises some larger questions about sustainability in the sport.

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Why Has This Been the Wildest Wimbledon in Recent Memory?

Despite some familiar finalists, the Championships has seen more upsets this year than it has in decades. Players and coaches are still trying to figure out why.

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The Battle Over the Future of Tennis

One of the world’s most tradition-bound sports is changing its rules in an attempt to appeal to a younger crowd, but not everybody is happy with the game’s new look