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David Nalbandian insists he will not pull out of Wimbledon despite his costly antics at Queen's Club on Sunday.

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Playing in the final of the Aegon Championships at Queen's, Nalbandian kicked out at an advertising panel and in the process injured a line judge. With blood pouring from Andrew McDougall's leg, it dawned on the Argentinean what a fool he had been. Nalbandian was disqualified for

David Nalbandian hit with maximum fine after kicking out at Queen's

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Andy Roddick enjoys his victory over Roger Federer in Miami

Roddick defeat leaves Federer citing fatigue after busy season

Roger Federer said a busy opening to the season had "taken its toll" after the world No 3's 16-match unbeaten run was ended by the world No 34, Andy Roddick, in the third round of the Miami Masters on Monday night. Federer, who lost 7-6, 1-6, 6-4, was playing his 29th match of the season.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray to miss Davis Cup meeting with Belgium

Great Britain's hopes of returning to the Davis Cup World Group have been dealt a significant blow by the absence of Andy Murray for next month's clash with Belgium in Glasgow.

Second doubles title lifts Brits to career high

Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins rose to career-high places in the world doubles rankings yesterday – Nos 24 and 27 respectively – after beating Michal Mertinak and Andre Sa 2-6, 7-6, 15-13 in the final at Delray Beach in Florida on Sunday night.

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