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The tennis coaching business is booming, but it's never been more chaotic

Want to be a tennis coach? There's plenty of opportunity on tour, but it comes with a caveat: It's not the most stable business.

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Looking ahead to '19

Will Serena's US Open controversy, Federer's woes carry over to 2019 tennis season?

There were many surprises during the 2018 tennis season, some of which could have a lasting impact this upcoming season.

So long to the little four of men's tennis

Sure, they have not disappeared from the game for good, but no more will we be talking about David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Richard Gasquet as Grand Slam threats.

These matches changed the trajectory of the 2018 tennis season

No, these were not the most memorable, or even the best, matches of 2018. But Naomi Osaka, Kevin Anderson and Dominic Thiem came up with wins that were as pivotal as any this season.

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Dominant 20: Nadia Comaneci's joy while watching Simona Halep win the French Open

Simona Halep was a No. 1 who'd never won a major -- until the 2018 French Open. Gymnastics legend Nadia Comaneci shares the joy of seeing her countrywoman finally win, and what it means to their nation.

The Dominant 20: We rank the best athletes of 2018

Comebacks? Records? Those are nice. But Peter Keating says the 20 most dominant athletes of 2018 made our list by redefining the impossible.

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At Wimbledon, is it a tiebreaker or a backbreaker?

Wimbledon's announced fifth-set tiebreaker seemed progressive, but the 12-all tiebreaker's wear on the winner will still be damaging.

On ATP Tour, change doesn't always come back correctly

The ATP tinkered, altered and adjusted to try to quicken play -- all with the hope that a good time would be had by all.

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