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WTA tennis rankings - latest WTA rankings for April 21st 2014

Serena stays on top of the rankings while seven of the World’s Top Ten compete in the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, in Stuttgart

Updated ATP rankings for April 21st 2014

Rafael Nadal remains world No.1 in the latest ATP tennis rankings, ahead of Novak Djokovic, Stanislas Wawrinka and Roger Federer.

Czech Republic to host Germany in Fed Cup final

Kvitova sends her country through

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Emotional home coming for Andy Murray for freedom of Stirling award

Andy Murray makes an emotional return home to receive freedom of the city in the area he grew up.

Nadal survives, Ferrer and Fognini ousted in Barcelona

Second and third seeds out of the Barcelona Open

Maria Sharapova and Jelena Jankovic tested in Stuttgart first round

Defending champion Maria Sharapova and former champion Jelena Jankovic both struggled through their first round matches in Stuttgart.

ATP Bucharest 2014 order of play: Wednesday, April 23

The second round action at the 2014 ATP Bucharest kicks off on Wednesday with Grigor Dimitrov, Gilles Simon and Jarrko Nieminen taking court today.

Tennis Tips this Week

  • ATP 500 Barcelona

    After his disappointing quarter-final loss in Monte-Carlo to David Ferrer, Rafael Nadal finds himself sharing top billing with his fellow countryman as they head to Barcelona.

    Nadal looks to maintain his dominance at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell having won her eight times in the last nine years. Ferrer will be second seed here and will have an eye on winning the trophy for the first time, having been a runner up here on four occasions.

    Read our ATP Barcelona tips here
  • ATP 250 Bucharest

    Lukas Rosol returns to defend the BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy, after brushing aside Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in straight sets to win his first ATP World Tour title.

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov is a top seed at an ATP World Tour event for the first time, as he hopes to pick up a second title this year.

    Read our ATP Bucharest tips here
  • WTA Stuttgart

    Seven of the WTA World Top Ten arrive in Germany to compete in the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. Agnieszka Radwanska is the top seed at a WTA Premier-level event for the ninth time, but all eyes will be on Maria Sharapova as she attempts to win a WTA event for the third time, for the first time.

    Read our WTA Stuttgart tips here
  • WTA Marrakech

    The WTA makes its lone stop in Africa for the WTA International event in Marrakech. With different champions each year since its inception, Daniela Hantuchova and Francesca Schiavone feature in the line-up.

    Read our WTA Marrakech tips here

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