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Grills grabs Cairns crown
GrillsCairns
23 September, 2018

Victorian Jacob Grills takes home his first Australian Pro Tour title after victory in Cairns.  
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Beale on track in Cairns
BealeTour
21 September, 2018

Victorian Jeremy Beale is taking the top seed mantle in his stride, moving into a seventh consecutive ITF Futures semifinal on Friday.
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Rogowska ready for Cairns defence
RogowskaCairns
18 September, 2018

Victorian Olivia Rogowska is looking forward to the upcoming Australian Pro Tour as she hopes to replicate her outstanding form of last season. First up is Cairns.
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Fancutt keen for Cairns success
FancuttMildura
17 September, 2018

After a career-best year on tour, Queenslander Thomas Fancutt is poised to make a strong challenge for the opening Australian Pro Tour title in Cairns this week.
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Duckworth claims first title in two years
James Duckworth; Getty Images
17 September, 2018

James Duckworth's victory at the ATP Challenger tournament in Cary, North Carolina has pushed the Australian back inside the world's top 300 as he continues his…
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Pro Tour season underway in Australia
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18:  Jaimee Fourlis of Australia plays a backhand in her second round match against Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia on day three of the 2017 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 18, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
17 September, 2018

The Australian Pro Tour 18/19 season has kicked off in Cairns over the weekend.
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Kokkinakis eyes late season surge
Thanasi Kokkinakis in action at the Miami Open; Getty Images
11 September, 2018

Still managing some injury niggles, Thanasi Kokkinakis plans to head to the US for another swing of Challenger events in a bid to rebuild his ranking.
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Biggest movers: top 40 debut for Millman, De Minaur
John Millman at the US Open; Getty Images
11 September, 2018

Impressive performances at the US Open have boosted John Millman and Alex De Minaur to career-high rankings. Australia now has four men inside the top 50 for the first time since…
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Tomic wins Rafa Nadal Challenger
Bernard Tomic in action during his first-round qualifying victory over Matteo Donati at Roehampton; Getty Images
3 September, 2018

Bernard Tomic wins his first ATP Challenger title of the year at the inaugural Rafa Nadal Open in Mallorca, Spain.
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Biggest movers: Kubler cracks top 100
Jason Kubler at Wimbledon
20 August, 2018

Jason Kubler has achieved a major milestone, cracking the top 100 for the first time to become the fifth Australian in the elite bracket.
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Banes wins first ATP Challenger title
Maverick Banes; Getty Images
20 August, 2018

Maverick Banes is expected to rise to the brink of the top 200 after winning his first career Challenger title in Korea, but Jason Kubler misses out in Vancouver.
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Biggest movers: Popyrin nears top 200
Alexei Popyrin; Getty Images
15 August, 2018

A maiden ATP Challenger title in China pushes Alexei Popyrin up almost 100 places in the rankings, while there are also big gains for Thanasi Kokkinakis and Aleksandar Vukic.
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