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Tennis on MSN Sports Malaysia
  • Playing less extended my career, says Number 1 SerenaPlaying less extended my career, says Number 1 Serena

    World number one Serena Williams said Monday that playing less tennis has helped extend her glittering career, as she acknowledged in the wake of Li Na's retirement that players' bodies can "betray" them.

  • Former No 1 Azarenka out for season with injuryFormer No 1 Azarenka out for season with injury

    Former world number one Victoria Azarenka pulled out of the Wuhan Open in China on Sunday and said she will miss the rest of the season as she battles a foot injury.

  • Venus crashes out of Wuhan in three set epicVenus crashes out of Wuhan in three set epic

    Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams crashed out of the $2.4 million WTA Wuhan Open in the first round Sunday in a nail-biting three-set defeat to French player Caroline Garcia.

  • 'Nishikori effect' comes to Malaysia'Nishikori effect' comes to Malaysia

    Japanese tennis sensation Kei Nishikori returns to the court this week for the first time since his breakout US Open performance, leading the field as the clear favourite in the Malaysian Open.

  • Ivanovic beats Wozniacki to win WTA Pan PacificIvanovic beats Wozniacki to win WTA Pan Pacific

    Ana Ivanovic charged the net repeatedly to overcome US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki 6-2, 7-6 (7/2) in the final of the WTA Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo on Sunday.

  • 'No regrets' for retiring Li Na at emotional farewell'No regrets' for retiring Li Na at emotional farewell

    Pioneering Chinese tennis star Li Na said Sunday she has "no regrets" about her decision to retire over persistent knee injuries, but wiped away tears as she acknowledged she thought long and hard about the decision.

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