Another exciting year of Grand Slam tennis beckons and punters will be pondering a series of big questions ahead of the Australian Open. Can Roger Federer defy age once again and triumph at Melbourne Park? Are Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal fit enough to challenge? And is this the most open women’s tournament in history?
The final big event of the 2017 tennis season will take place in Lille this weekend as Belgium head to France to try and win the Davis Cup for the first time in their history.
It has been a year of men’s tennis dominated by Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, but now they have just one major title left to play before taking a well-earned break.
At the end of a topsy-turvy year which has seen shock Grand Slam winners and the No.1 ranking change hands several times, the eight finest players of 2017 are battling it out one last time in the WTA Finals.
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