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Rafael Nadal Ends the Season in a Familiar Place: On Top

By Christopher Clarey

Nadal won two majors and the Davis Cup and finished No. 1 in the rankings. But in 2019, younger players were ascendant.

Rafael Nadal Ends the Season in a Familiar Place: On Top

By Christopher Clarey

Nadal won two majors and the Davis Cup and finished No. 1 in the rankings. But in 2019, younger players were ascendant.

Spain Beats Canada to Win Davis Cup at Home

By Christopher Clarey

Rafael Nadal helped the Spaniards defeat Canada, 2-0, to win the cup in its much-discussed new format.

Spain Beats Canada to Win Davis Cup at Home

By Christopher Clarey

Rafael Nadal helped the Spaniards defeat Canada, 2-0, to win the cup in its much-discussed new format.

How Marla Maples Spends Her Sundays

By Hilary Howard

Far from the Trump White House, the actress and entrepreneur is pursuing a more spiritual path in Manhattan.

Canadian Men to Meet Spain in Davis Cup Final

By Christopher Clarey

Canada’s men are in the tennis final for the first time, another sports triumph for the country just months after Bianca Andreescu’s singles win at the United States Open.

Roger Federer, Sneakerhead?

By Elizabeth Paton

The 20-time Grand Slam tennis champion is taking a big step toward life after tennis with On, a small Swiss running shoe brand with a cult following and global ambitions.

Davis Cup Sees Its Old Soul in the Tears of a Vanquished Serbian Team

By Christopher Clarey

The new version of the event has been derided as unworthy of the venerable name, but one team’s devastation reflected the passion of old.

At Davis Cup, a Memorable Night (Plus Morning) Exposes Some Flaws

By Christopher Clarey

A doubles match between the United States and Italy ended at 4:04 a.m., another hiccup for an overhauled event that has not gotten off to a seamless start.

At Davis Cup, a Memorable Night (Plus Morning) Exposes Some Flaws

By Christopher Clarey

A doubles match between the United States and Italy ended at 4:04 a.m., another hiccup for an overhauled event that has not gotten off to a seamless start.

At the Heart of Serbia’s Tennis Success Story

By Christopher Clarey

Janko Tipsarevic practiced in a drained swimming pool that was converted into a court. Now he is part of the core of another strong Davis Cup team.

At New Davis Cup Finals, a Quiet Reception for Some Longtime Powers

By Christopher Clarey

Spain, the home team, drew a great crowd to the main court, but the United States and Australia — winners of more Davis Cups than any other nations — played on much smaller, quieter stages.

For Sale: Serena Williams’s Broken Racket. Yes, That One.

By Stuart Miller

The racket Williams broke in her chaotic United States Open final against Naomi Osaka in 2018 has become an unusual piece of sports memorabilia.

Stefanos Tsitsipas Outlasts Dominic Thiem to Win ATP Finals

By Cindy Shmerler

Tsitsipas, 21, became the youngest champion at the year-end event since 2001, winning a back-and-forth title match that extended to a third-set tiebreaker.

For Sale: Serena Williams’s Broken Racket. Yes, That One.

By Stuart Miller

The racket Williams broke in her chaotic United States Open final against Naomi Osaka in 2018 has become an unusual piece of sports memorabilia.

Dominic Thiem Makes a Habit of Winning

By Cindy Shmerler

Thiem has won five titles this year and reached the semifinals of the ATP Finals, where only one member of the so-called Big Three stands in his way.

Rajeev Ram Carries the Flag for the U.S. at the ATP Finals

By Cindy Shmerler

Only one American has been among the 24 players in singles or doubles at the elite year-end tennis tournament.

Bryan Brothers Will Retire From Tennis After 2020 U.S. Open

By Ben Rothenberg

The accomplished doubles team’s retirement announcement was the third high-profile one this week, as Tomas Berdych and Dominika Cibulkova also ended their careers.

France Defeats Australia to Win the Fed Cup

By The Associated Press

On Sunday, Kristina Mladenovic upset No. 1 Ashleigh Barty and teamed with Caroline Garcia to win the decisive doubles match.

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