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Granderson: McEnroe's comments about Serena disrespectful.

LZ Granderson reacts to John McEnroe saying that if Serena Williams played on the men's circuit, she'd be "like No. 700 in the world."

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WATCH: Heather Watson tells a news conference at Eastbourne's Aegon International that John McEnroe's claim Serena would be ranked world No. 700 in the men's game is "silly" and "irrelevant".

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Kvitova looks ahead to Wimbledon after 'perfect' comeback.

Petra Kvitova reflects on making the 'perfect' comeback from a career-threatening injury, after beating Ashleigh Barty in the final of the WTA Aegon Classic.

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Barty: Kvitova is an inspiration.

Unseeded Australian Ashleigh Barty reacts to her defeat in the final of the 2017 WTA Aegon Classic in Birmingham, England.

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Kvitova wins first title since injury comeback.

Petra Kvitova secured her first title since her return from a career-threatening hand injury, fighting back from a set down to beat Australia's Ashleigh Barty at the Aegon Classic.

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Djokovic insists he is as committed as ever.

Novak Djokovic says he still likes playing the game of tennis and has the professionalism to remain committed to the sport.

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Serena Williams

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Serena a record-breaker and global icon.

To commemorate the 25th year of The ESPYS, we celebrate 25 athletes who have made the greatest mark on this quarter century. Her powerful serves and precise ground strokes have given way to 23 grand slams making Serena Williams one of the best.

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On This Date: The longest match in Wimbledon history.

On June 24, 2010, Nicholas Mahut and John Isner became a part of tennis history, when they battled for 11 hours and five minutes over the span of three days for the longest match in Wimbledon history. Isner would outlast Mahut to win the match.

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Title IX: 45th Anniversary

Title IX 45th Anniversary Vignette: Billie Jean King.

Billie Jean King owns 39 Grand Slam titles, started the WTA and inspires change everyday. Hear what the "Battle of the Sexes" between King and Bobby Riggs meant to her.

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Court Meltdowns

Classic Wimbledon meltdowns.

In honor of the 36th anniversary of John McEnroe's outburst at Wimbledon, we take a look at other tennis stars who lost their cool while competing at the All England Club.

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Haase stuns second seed Thiem.

Dutchman Robin Haase shocked second seed Dominic Thiem 6-3 7-6 to reach the Halle Open quarter-finals.

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Serena the favorite for Best Female Athlete?

The SportsNation panel discusses who should get the ESPY for Best Female Athlete between Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, Candace Parker, and Serena Williams.

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WATCH: Johanna Konta try to put a newspaper reporter in his place at the Aegon Classic in Birmingham after she went out in the second round to Coco Vandeweghe on Thursday.

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Cash: 'Unstoppable' Federer will win Wimbledon.

Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash believes Roger Federer will be incredibly tough to beat at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.

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Federer: Grass not my natural surface.

Roger Federer reveals grass and hard courts are not his natural surfaces but relishes the challenge of playing on them.

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Archive: Kyrgios slams Johnny Mac after Australia Open exit.

Nick Kyrgios mocks John McEnroe after his five-set loss at the Australian Open against Andreas Seppi.

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No. 10 for Rafa Nadal

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Nadal: My motivation is still there.

Rafael Nadal describes when he knew he was going to win his 10th French Open title and his passion to keep competing for tennis' most important titles.

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Nadal's Wimbledon depends on knees.

2017 French Open champion Rafael Nadal will compete at Wimbledon if his knees feel well enough to prepare for grass court tennis.

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Stan Wawrinka's Woes

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Wawrinka: I didn't play my best tennis.

Stan Wawrinka talks about where he fell short in his French Open defeat to Rafael Nadal and the feeling of losing for the first time in a Grand Slam final.

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Ostapenko Wins First Slam

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Ostapenko: This is a dream come true.

Jelena Ostapenko becomes the first unseeded player since 1933 to win the French Open title.

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