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Serena Williams should be seeded at Wimbledon, says John McEnroe - 'I don't think anyone would complain'

Serena Williams deserves a seeding at this year’s Wimbledon, according to the three-time former champion John McEnroe, who said “I don’t think there would be a player that would complain”. At the moment, Williams is entitled to a protected ranking after missing more than a year’s tennis because of the

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U.S. Open will factor maternity leave into seedings

(Field Level Media) - Serena Williams was unseeded at the French Open last month due to an extended absence for the birth of her first child but she is not likely to face the same problem at the U.S. Open. The Flushing Meadows grand slam will update its seeding policy to take into account a player returning

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US Open will consider Serena pregnancy in seedings: report

The US Open will start considering pregnancy situations when making seedings so players aren't penalized for starting families, US Tennis Association president Katrina Adams said in a New York Times report Saturday. The change comes after criticism of French Open officials for how they handled the

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Gods not smiling on Andy Murray as he draws Stan Wawrinka at Eastbourne

The tennis gods have not been generous to Andy Murray since his comeback from hip surgery began at the Fever-Tree Championships last week. Having drawn Nick Kyrgios for his opening match at Queen’s Club on Tuesday, Murray waited until Friday afternoon to confirm that he would enter Monday’s Nature Valley

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