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Nov 6, 2014

Reuters Q&A – Murray ready to go where no man has gone before

PARIS (Reuters) – Breaking British records has become a bit of a habit for Andy Murray.

Next week, however, the Scot will have a chance to achieve something no tennis player has ever done — win four different titles in the city of London.

Nov 6, 2014

Murray ready to go where no man has gone before

PARIS (Reuters) – Breaking British records has become a bit of a habit for Andy Murray.

Next week, however, the Scot will have a chance to achieve something no tennis player has ever done — win four different titles in the city of London.

Nov 6, 2014

Reuters Q&A-Tennis-Murray ready to go where no man has gone before

PARIS, Nov 6 (Reuters) – Breaking British records has become a bit of a habit for Andy Murray.

Next week, however, the Scot will have a chance to achieve something no tennis player has ever done — win four different titles in the city of London.

Nov 5, 2014

Cilic cannot get enough of the fun times

PARIS (Reuters) – In the not too distant past, a right arm injury that forced U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic to miss a Masters tournament would have caused the Croatian a great deal of stress.

Not anymore.

After being ordered to serve a four-month doping ban in 2013 for mistakenly ingesting a banned stimulant that had been present in some glucose powder he had taken, being out of action the week before he makes his ATP World Tour Finals debut is no longer a big deal.

Nov 5, 2014

Berdych still searching for his ‘chosen one’

PARIS (Reuters) – Ivan Lendl might be “way too busy” to be his mentor but Tomas Berdych has not given up the dream of jumping on the ‘super coach’ bandwagon.

If he needs any pointers on how to carve out a successful coaching relationship with a grand slam champion, the players’ lounge at the 02 Arena is the place to be during the ATP World Tour Finals which start on Sunday.

Nov 5, 2014

Tennis-Berdych still searching for his ‘chosen one’

PARIS, Nov 5 (Reuters) – Ivan Lendl might be “way too busy” to be his mentor but Tomas Berdych has not given up the dream of jumping on the ‘super coach’ bandwagon.

If he needs any pointers on how to carve out a successful coaching relationship with a grand slam champion, the players’ lounge at the 02 Arena is the place to be during the ATP World Tour Finals which start on Sunday.

Nov 5, 2014

Reuters Q&A-Tennis-Cilic cannot get enough of the fun times

PARIS, NOV 5 (Reuters) – In the not too distant past, a right arm injury that forced U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic to miss a Masters tournament would have caused the Croatian a great deal of stress.

Not anymore.

After being ordered to serve a four-month doping ban in 2013 for mistakenly ingesting a banned stimulant that had been present in some glucose powder he had taken, being out of action the week before he makes his ATP World Tour Finals debut is no longer a big deal.

Nov 4, 2014

Reuters Q&A – Nishikori goes from Project 45 to Elite 8

PARIS (Reuters) – After becoming the first Asian man to reach a grand slam singles final and coming agonisingly close winning the title, Kei Nishikori will achieve another milestone when he becomes the first player from the continent to compete at the ATP World Tour Finals.

While many other first-time grand slam finalists might think falling at the final hurdle at the U.S. Open was something to shout about, Nishikori is determined not to get carried away by the feat because as far as he is concerned — there is unfinished business to complete.

Nov 4, 2014

Nishikori goes from Project 45 to Elite 8

PARIS (Reuters) – After becoming the first Asian man to reach a grand slam singles final and coming agonizingly close winning the title, Kei Nishikori will achieve another milestone when he becomes the first player from the continent to compete at the ATP World Tour Finals.

While many other first-time grand slam finalists might think falling at the final hurdle at the U.S. Open was something to shout about, Nishikori is determined not to get carried away by the feat because as far as he is concerned — there is unfinished business to complete.

Nov 4, 2014

Reuters Q&A-Tennis-Nishikori goes from Project 45 to Elite 8

PARIS, Nov 4 (Reuters) – After becoming the first Asian man to reach a grand slam singles final and coming agonisingly close winning the title, Kei Nishikori will achieve another milestone when he becomes the first player from the continent to compete at the ATP World Tour Finals.

While many other first-time grand slam finalists might think falling at the final hurdle at the U.S. Open was something to shout about, Nishikori is determined not to get carried away by the feat because as far as he is concerned — there is unfinished business to complete.