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BBC Tennis

BBC Sport - Tennis
  1. Andy Murray will swap his racquet for a controller after he signed up to compete in a virtual version of the Madrid Open at the end of the month.
  2. Andy Murray pays tribute to staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge as he reveals he has donates to their charity fund.
  3. The LTA is putting aside up to £20m to help tennis venues, coaches, officials and players through the coronavirus pandemic.
  4. Wimbledon is cancelled for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic - so where does that leave tennis for the rest of the year?
  5. Postponed events mean 2021 could be a hectic year for sport - we look in detail at the calendar.
  6. Britain's Naomi Broady says she considered supermarket work after Wimbledon was cancelled and the tennis season halted until mid-July.
  7. Tunisian tennis star Ons Jabeur has told BBC Sport Africa that the cancellation of Wimbledon has left her "confused" about the remainder of the season.
  8. British tennis star Katie Swan says "there are so many bigger things in life" after her family receive overwhelming responses from vulnerable people they have helped through the coronavirus crisis.
  9. Roger Federer and his wife Mirka donate 1m Swiss francs (£857,000) "for the most vulnerable families in Switzerland" and call on others to add their support.
  10. The suspension of the professional tennis tours because of coronavirus is extended to 7 June, ruling out the entire clay-court season.