TENNIS WORLD MAGAZINE
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Nick Kyrgios relaxing in Hawaii
Tennis: Kyrgios goes on a well-deserved vacation.
Jelena Dokic praises Nick Kyrgios' family, backs Nick to succeed
Tennis: Dokic reveals she is a fan of Kyrgios and speaks highly about his family.
Olivia Rogowska Earns Wild Card for Australian Open
Tennis - Rogowska is ranked No. 186 in the world
Zhuhai to host Australian Open 2018 Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off
Tennis: Denis Istomin won the wildcard event before he shocked Novak Djokovic in round two at Melbourne Park.
Bernard Tomic still not certain to receive wildcard into Australian Open
Tennis: Tennis Australia could hand a wildcard to some promising teenagers.
James Duckworth hopes to be ready for Australian Summer
Tennis: Duckworth's only match in 2017 came at the Australian Open.
Andre Agassi thinks Nick Kyrgios is 'a heck of a talent'
Tennis: Agassi drops big praises on rising stars Kyrgios and Zverev.
Matt Ebden eager to 'keep pushing hard'
Tennis: Ebden set to enter the top-100 after winning it all in Canberra end ending semifinalist in Traralgon.
Ashleigh Barty Says She Has Had an Amazing Season
Tennis - Barty ends the season inside the world's Top 20
Nick Kyrgios visits primary school, delights kids with rackets
Tennis: Kyrgios back in his hometown Canberra.
Bernard Tomic to play at next week's Bratislava Challenger
Tennis: Tomic's last appearance at a Challenger event came in Bratislava in 2013.
Nick Kyrgios to play in Delray Beach next year
Tennis: Kyrgios is set to make his debut in Delray Beach in 2018.
Aussie Matt Ebden feels for ill Jordan Thompson
Tennis: Thompson is currently sidelined as he is suffering from tonsillitis.
Bernard Tomic to play at Andria Challenger
Tennis: Tomic last played at a Challenger event in 2013 in Bratislava.
Jordan Thompson admits D.C. loss to Steve Darcis 'stung quite a bit'
Tennis: Belgian Darcis beat Australia's Thompson in the decisive fifth rubber of their semi-finals tie in September.
Thanasi Kokkinakis ends 2017 campaign
Tennis: The injury-plagued Ausitralian the latest player to say that's it for 2017.
Kooyong Tournament Director Peter Johnston confident about exho future
Tennis: The Kooyong Classic serves as a perfect preparation for the Australian Open.
Jason Kubler's knees good as he is ready to play more tennis on hard
Tennis: Kubler mainly featured clay-court events at one point of his career due to knee problems.
Kooyong Exhibition Ambassador Pat Cash to hand 2018 trophies
Tennis: Kooyong Tournament Director Peter Johnson expects to have good player fields at the event in 2018.
Rising Matthew Ebden now in a much better position
Tennis: Ebden entered 2017 ranked at No. 698 as he was coming off a tough 2016 campaign.
Sam Groth to retire after Australian Open
Tennis: Groth, 30, will soon be ending his career.
JetStar Group CEO to lead Tennis Australia
Tennis: The Airline Boss Jayne Hrdlicka elected as President
Thanasi Kokkinakis to test problematic groin at Traralgon Challenger
Tennis: Kokkinakis set to play doubles at Traralgon alongside Jordan Thompson.
Nick Kyrgios out for remainder of 2017
Tennis: Kyrgios to focus on improving his health and getting ready for 2018.
Henri Leconte: 'Nick Kyrgios, enjoy tennis and train hard'
Tennis: Leconte encourages Kyrgios to put in the hard work.
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