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(Reuters) - Ukraine's players hope to provide some much-needed distraction for their compatriots this week when they face the United States in the Billie Jean King Cup but concede it is difficult to keep their thoughts from drifting to the war back home.
(Reuters) - While there will be no let up in intensity on the court when the United States host Ukraine next week seeking a place in the Billie Jean King Cup Finals in November, there will be a great deal of camaraderie off it between the players.
(Reuters) - Ukraine's Elina Svitolina has withdrawn from next month's Billie Jean King Cup qualifiers, saying she has aggravated a back injury in her determination to represent her country on the court following Russia's invasion.
(Reuters) - Simona Halep withdrew from the Miami Open ahead of her second-round match on Thursday with a leg injury that the former world number one said will keep her out of action for three weeks.
(Reuters) - Factbox on Australia's world number one Ash Barty, who retired from professional tennis at the age of 25 on Wednesday.
(Reuters) -Australia will replace the suspended Russian team for the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, governing body International Tennis Federation (ITF) said on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Factbox on Australia's Ash Barty, who won her first Australian Open title on Saturday, beating American Danielle Collins 6-3 7-6(2) in the final:
PARIS (Reuters) - Guy Forget is leaving his post as director of the French Open and Paris Masters tennis tournaments as his contract expires at the end of the year, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Six years after Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova suffered heartbreak versus the Czech Republic in the Billie Jean King Cup final in Prague, the Russian redeemed herself at the same venue with a winner's medal against Switzerland.
(Reuters) - Next year's Billie Jean King Cup finals will be held a week later from Nov. 8-13 and organisers are working with the women's tour on the schedule to allow more top players to attend, the International Tennis Federation said on Saturday.