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Top-seeded Tommy Haas of Germany and defending champion Marin Cilic of Croatia reached the final of the Zagreb Indoors on Saturday.
Flavia Pennetta defeated Urszula Radwanska 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 Monday to advance to the second round of the Rogers Cup in Toronto.
Nicolas Mahut already had a special place in the Hall of Fame, but after his trifecta in Newport, R.I., he has permanently found a home.
Nicolas Mahut, loser of the longest match in tennis history, has been granted a wild card for Wimbledon.
Gael Monfils defeated fifth-seeded Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-2 Tuesday in the first round of the Gerry Weber Open.
Nikolay Davydenko lost his fourth straight match Tuesday, falling 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 to "lucky loser" Aljaz Bedene of Slovenia in the first round of the Power Horse Cup.
An ankle injury has forced two-time champion Victoria Azarenka to withdraw at the Sony Open, and American Lauren Davis has quickly gone from being a lucky loser to a lucky winner.
Two-time champion Victoria Azarenka withdrew from the Sony Open before her opening match Friday because of a lingering right ankle injury.
Martin Klizan of Slovakia rallied to beat Italian lucky-loser Matteo Viola 4-6, 7-6 (6), 6-1 Tuesday in the first round of the Zagreb Indoors.
Who would you take: the field or the big four? Yes, it's a laughable question, but perhaps, collectively, the outsiders can start chipping away at the dominance the same few players have had on the game.
Top-seeded Sara Errani of Italy will play for her seventh career title against Mona Barthel of Germany in the Open GDF Suez final after comfortable semifinal wins on Saturday.
Early-round losers at the Australian Open will receive a significant pay raise as part of what tournament organizers say is the biggest purse in tennis history.
Nikolay Davydenko beat lucky loser Sanam Singh of India 7-5, 6-4 Wednesday in the first round of the Malaysian Open.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain talks about how Olympians react to the culmination of a lifetime of hard work and sacrifice.
Those who are far -- very, very far -- from medal contention still have accomplished much, Jackie MacMullan writes.