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Novak Djokovic: Twelve-time Grand Slam champion will not play again in 2017


Djokovic says decision not to play for rest of 2017 was 'not easy'


Twelve-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will not play again in 2017 because of an elbow injury.

Former world number one Djokovic, 30, retired injured during his Wimbledon quarter-final match against Tomas Berdych on 12 July.

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Wimbledon & French Open: Tennis Integrity Unit to review four matches

Three matches at Wimbledon, including one in the main draw, are being reviewed



Matches at this year's Wimbledon and French Open will be investigated by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) for potential match-fixing.

One match at Roland Garros and three at Wimbledon, two of them in the qualifying tournament and one in the main draw, triggered alerts for unusual betting patterns.

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Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer beats Marin Cilic to win record eighth title




Roger Federer became the first man to win Wimbledon eight times and extended his record to 19 Grand Slam titles with victory over Croatia's Marin Cilic.

The Swiss third seed won 6-3 6-1 6-4 as seventh seed Cilic struggled with a blister on his left foot and broke down in tears during the second set.

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Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer & Novak Djokovic through after opponents quit

Martin Klizan retired in the second set of his match against Novak Djokovic



Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic said Wimbledon should consider rule changes after both their first-round opponents retired with injuries.

Third seed Federer led 6-3 3-0 when Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov quit with an ankle injury after 43 minutes.

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Wimbledon 2017: Venus Williams cries about crash in which man died




Former Wimbledon champion Venus Williams broke down in tears as she was questioned by reporters about a Florida car crash in which a man died.

Williams, 37, could face a wrongful death lawsuit from the family of the man, after she was accused by police of being at fault for the collision.

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