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Tennis: Umpires banned over corruption - ITF

Two tennis umpires were banned, one for life, last year for breaches of the sport's code of conduct for officials, world governing body the International Tennis Federation has revealed.

Tennis: Caught on court

Tennis: Caught on court

Masters Games tennis started yesterday and singles matches took place at both Logan Park and the Edgar Centre.

Tennis: Kiwi pair ready for title defence

It was one of the more surprising tennis stories of 2015, the unseeded Kiwi pair of Artem Sitak and Marcus Daniell winning the ATP doubles title in Montpellier, France. They beat Gael Monfils in the first round, saved a match point in the quarterfinal and won the title 16-14 in a Super Tiebreak.

Tennis: Nadal still clay benchmark - Djokovic

Tennis: Nadal still clay benchmark - Djokovic

Novak Djokovic says Rafael Nadal "absolutely" remains the claycourt benchmark and chief roadblock standing between the Serb and sporting immortality.

Tennis: Djokovic wins sixth Australian Open

Tennis: Djokovic wins sixth Australian Open

Novak Djokovic has vanquished Andy Murray for the fourth time in an Australian Open final to win a record-equalling sixth title and serve notice to his rivals that he could surpass even his stellar 2015 this year.

Tennis: Ou wins, but Taieri stays top

Tennis: Ou wins, but Taieri stays top

Taieri maintained its lead in Dunedin club tennis with a 4-2 win over Balmacewen on Saturday.

Tennis: Djokovic claims Aussie Open crown

Novak Djokovic crushed Andy Murray 6-1 7-5 7-6(3) to match Roy Emerson's record of six Australian Open titles and leave the Briton heartbroken again at Melbourne Park.

Tennis: Murray (senior) wins first Australian Open title

Tennis: Murray (senior) wins first Australian Open title

Britain's Jamie Murray gained an early claim to bragging rights over younger brother Andy when he combined with Brazil's Bruno Soares to win the Australian Open men's doubles title.

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