Seles' comeback stalled
Sunday 06 August 1995
Steffi Graf says she has no plans to move from Germany, despite the tax probe that has targeted her and led to the arrest of her father. "I had considered it, but when I thought about it, I realised I wanted to stay in Germany," she told German television. Asked how she reacted to the news of her father's arrest on Wednesday, she said: "I was totally shocked. My first reaction was to fly home. But then I spoke to my mother and my lawyer and they said I should stay in America. I have not been allowed to speak to my father."
Scotland's Miles Maclagan reached the final of the ATP challenger in Istanbul yesterday, beating Egypt's Tamer El Sawy 7-6 7-6. He will meet Frederic Vitoux, who overcame Tim Henman 6-2 6-2.
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