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  1. Call It the John Isner Rule: Wimbledon Plans to Add a Final-Set Tiebreaker Sports, October 19

    The All England Club says it will introduce tiebreakers at Wimbledon next year when a match reaches 12-12 in the fifth set for men and the third set for women.

  2. Top-Ranked Simona Halep Will Miss WTA Finals Because of Back Injury Sports, October 18

    Halep withdrew from the eight-player, year-end tournament, which begins Sunday. She was replaced by Kiki Bertens.

  3. Simona Halep Tries to Heal Before the WTA Final Special Sections, October 4

    She won the French Open, she’s ranked No. 1, but a herniated disk has intruded. She discusses the injury and her mental approach to the game.

  4. New Deal Brings More Women’s Tennis to Tennis Channel Sports, October 1

    The WTA decided to cut short the United States portion of its worldwide rights deal with beIN Sports, which was often criticized for intermittent coverage.

  5. As Davis Cup Changes Format, U.S. Will Seek New Captain Sports, September 27

    Jim Courier is stepping down after eight years as the U.S. Davis Cup captain, less than two weeks after the Americans lost to Croatia, 3-2, in the semifinals.

  6. Argentina and Britain Gain Berths Into New Davis Cup Finals Sports, September 26

    Argentina and Britain, recent winners of the Davis Cup, were given wild cards on Wednesday to compete in next year’s finals of the revamped competition.

  7. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic Become Besties Sports, September 24

    At the Laver Cup, there was tense tennis and maybe even the birth of another bromance in the sport.