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First ATP title for Britain's Edmund

British number one Kyle Edmund won the first ATP title of his career when he beat Gael Monfils of France 3-6 7-6(2) 7-6(4) in the final of the European Open in Antwerp on Sunday.

Tennis - ATP Stockholm Open - Men's Single Final

Tsitsipas claims maiden ATP title in Stockholm

Greek 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas added another notch to a remarkable breakthrough season as he beat Latvia's Ernests Gulbis 6-4 6-4 to win the Stockholm Open and claim a maiden ATP title on Sunday.

WTA Tour Finals

Sick Svitolina halts news conference after Kvitova win

Elina Svitolina had little time to celebrate her victory over Petra Kvitova at the WTA Finals on Sunday when the Ukrainian fell ill in the post-match news conference following her 6-3 6-3 triumph at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Tennis - China Open - Women's Singles

Wozniacki seeks repeat at wide-open WTA Finals

The women's tennis season concludes at the WTA Finals in Singapore next week and, like a majority of tournaments during the 2018 campaign, picking a winner from a wide-open field seems a near impossible task.


Bertens keen to capitalise on WTA Finals reprieve

Simona Halep's loss is Kiki Bertens' gain and the Dutchwoman plans to make the most of her WTA Finals debut in Singapore next week after slipping into the eight-woman field at the last moment when the world number one withdrew through injury.

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Halep remains upbeat after 'best' season despite injury

Halep remains upbeat after 'best' season despite injury

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Simona Halep is disappointed that a back injury forced her out of the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore but the Romanian world number one will still reflect on 2018 as her best year on the tour after finally claiming a Grand Slam title.

Factbox - WTA Finals: player profiles

Factbox - WTA Finals: player profiles

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Form guide for the eight women competing at the WTA Finals in Singapore.

Osaka plans to stay 'weird' in ever-changing career

Osaka plans to stay 'weird' in ever-changing career

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka has witnessed a huge change in her career after claiming a maiden Grand Slam title in 2018, but the rising star of women's tennis will not be changing her quirky personality in media appearances that has endeared her to so many.

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