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Gallant Fourlis falls in Canberra International
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9 January, 2020

The last Australians drop out of contention at the Apis Canberra International in Bendigo, despite Victorian Jaimee Fourlis taking it up to the women’s top seed.
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Bai at home in Bendigo
Ali Bai (2)
6 January, 2020

Alison Bai joins fellow wildcards Jaimee Fourlis, Olivia Rogowska and Belinda Woolcock in the Apis Canberra International being held in Bendigo.
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Polmans among eight Aussie men in Canberra Challenger
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5 January, 2020

Relocated to Bendigo due to ongoing bushfire activity, the Apis Canberra International gets underway on Monday with plenty of familiar names.
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Apis Canberra International relocates to Bendigo
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3 January, 2020

Due to the current conditions affecting Canberra, the decision has been made to move the Apis Canberra International to Bendigo.
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Max Purcell: continuing to build
Max Purcell in action at the Australian Open 2020 Play-off (Getty Images)
29 December, 2019

On the cusp of the top 200, in-form 21-year-old Max Purcell believes next year will be "bigger and better" after his most consistent season yet in 2019.
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Biggest movers: vast improvement for Aussie men in 2019
(L-R) Alexei Popyrin, James Duckworth, Chris O'Connell and Andrew Harris were Australian men who enjoyed notable rankings improvements in 2019. (Getty Images)
26 November, 2019

We look back at a stellar 12 months for several of Australia's men in the ATP rankings -- and celebrate the biggest movers and improvers.
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Duckworth wins in Pune, back inside top 100
James Duckworth
18 November, 2019

James Duckworth is expected to gain direct entry into the Australian Open main draw after winning his fourth Challenger title of the season in India.
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Biggest movers: Australian women soar in 2019 rankings
(L-R) Kaylah McPhee, Lizette Cabrera, Astra Sharma and Maddison Inglis all recorded career-high rankings in 2019. (Getty Images)
14 November, 2019

In a banner season for Australian women's tennis, 14 of our players enjoyed significant rankings rises to end 2019 in a far higher position than one year earlier.
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Biggest movers: Cabrera at career high, Sanders back
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5 November, 2019

Lizette Cabrera sets a new career-high ranking as Storm Sanders returns to the top 500 following her stunning return to singles.
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Sanders completes comeback with title
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3 November, 2019

After a two-year singles hiatus, Storm Sanders is rewarded with the Playford title in just her second tournament back.
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Duckworth takes Playford title
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3 November, 2019

James Duckworth moves closer to a world top 100 return after winning ATP Challenger title in Playford.
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Duckworth into Playford final
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2 November, 2019

In a reversal of fortune, James Duckworth enters the ATP Challenger final in Playford courtesy of a retirement.
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