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Defending Champ Gojowczyk Cuts Tsonga Return Short In Metz

Having won seven matches from qualifying to lift his maiden tour-level title at the Moselle Open in 2017, defending champion Peter Gojowczyk needed every ounce of his talent to notch another victory at the French event on Tuesday. The German recovered from a set down, landing 17 aces, to overcome three-time champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, making his return from knee injury, 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-4 in one hour and 45 minutes. Competing for the first time since the Open Sud de France in February, Tsonga del...


Highlights: Berrettini Battles Past Garcia-Lopez In St. Petersburg

Watch highlights as Matteo Berrettini defeats 2013 finalist Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the 2018 St. Petersburg Open. Photo courtest of St. Petersburg Open....


Defending Champ Dzumhur Fights Through St. Petersburg Opener

Watch highlights as Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia and Herzegovina fights through his first match at the 2018 St. Petersburg Open on Tuesday. Photo: St. Petersburg Open....


Read & Watch: Defending Champion Dzumhur Makes Winning St. Petersburg Return

Damir Dzumhur made a winning return to the St. Petersburg Open on Tuesday, recovering from a slow start to defeat Lucas Miedler of Austria 7-5, 6-3. Having captured his first tour-level title at the event in 2017, the sixth seed struggled in the opening stages of his title defence. Dzumhur trailed Miedler by a double break in the first set, but rallied well to extend his unbeaten streak in the Russian city to six matches. The defending champion converted five of nine break-point opportunities an...


Thiem, Khachanov Discover St. Petersburg Sights

Dominic Thiem and Karen Khachanov took a tour of St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning, cruising through the canals and out onto the Neva river to see the sights of the city. “We had a really nice boat ride, in amazing company this morning,” said Thiem, who will play Andrey Rublev or Jan-Lennard Struff in the second round. The Austrian also explained how he is ready to step up his bid for a third straight qualification at the Nitto ATP Finals, to be held at The O2 in London from 11-18 ...


Roddick, Haas Help NBA's Nowitzki Raise Money For Good Cause

Former and current ATP World Tour players helped NBA star Dirk Nowitzki raise money for his self-named foundation over the weekend. Nowitzki, who plays for the NBAs Dallas Mavericks, hosted the third edition of the Dirk Nowitzki Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic on Saturday at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Former greats Andy Roddick, Tommy Haas, Taylor Dent and Mark Knowles, along with current player Mitchell Krueger, who recently qualified for the US Open, helped Nowitzki, along with team...