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The game has never been more successful — yet many players struggle to compete
Serb No1 dominates on court but veteran Swiss has more earning power
Endorsements and innovation are king in a competitive market
Next royals of the courts have yet to show up as tennis lacks a system for producing all-time greats
Despite equal prize money, endorsements tip the balance
Remarks have ignited dispute about gender pay gap in sport
Peter Aspden joins Novak Djokovic on his private jet — and on court — to find out what it’s like to be the world’s number one tennis player
Public funding is an odd ambition for game that requires only cards and a table, says Henry Mance
The Spaniard seems to have lost some steel, and is being outplayed by his opposition on these points
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The Serb has become the undisputed master of winning the crucial point, writes Matthew Engel
Nadal has lost to a rank outsider at Wimbledon four times, but he’s increasingly the exception
The Swiss swept to the final, but UK tennis gloom gave way to cricket hope for England in the Ashes
Much-shared Federer lob shows the power of video clips online
None of Rafael Nadal’s contemporaries has ever finished a season undefeated on clay
Roger Federer casts a spell over writers. But how do you describe sporting genius?
Blistering starts mean each player’s 2015 season could become one of the all-time greats
Swiss great wins lion’s share of points more often than anyone else on the tour
With 1,000th singles tennis match win, he is only the third male player to have done so since 1968
The extraordinary thing about Roger Federer is that he still loves playing tennis after all these years
Men’s tennis is enjoying a golden age with Federer, Nadal, Murray and Djokovic
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