The tennis script for this year so far has produced twists and turns that would not be out of place in a soap opera, including triumphant returns, shock pregnancies and various scandals. The 2017 French Open will be missing a host of big stars and both defending champions in the singles are struggling for form, but more great stories are sure to be written at Roland Garros.
A thrilling fortnight of tennis awaits in Melbourne as Andy Murray goes in search of a maiden Australian Open title in his first Grand Slam campaign as the world’s No.1 player.
A remarkable year for tennis has seen Andy Murray topple Novak Djokovic at the top of the men’s game, Angelique Kerber unseat Serena Williams as women’s No.1 and Monica Puig win Olympic gold for Puerto Rico, but which incredible stories could be round the corner as 2016 turns into 2017?
The curtain will come down on the 2016 tennis season in Zagreb this weekend as Croatia host Argentina in the final of the Davis Cup.
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