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Dimotrov demolishes Carreno Busta.

Grigor Dimitrov need only 60 minutes to defeat Pablo Carreno Busta 6-1, 6-1, moving on to the London semifinals against Jack Sock.

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American Sock reaches ATP semis

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Sock stuns Zverev in London.

Jack Sock upset World No. 3 Alexander Zverev 6-4, 1-6, 6-4 to set up a semifinal clash with Grigor Dimitrov at the ATP Finals in London.

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Sock: I've put the expectations aside.

ESPN's Brad Gilbert talks to Jack Sock as he advances to semifinals of ATP Finals group stage after beating Alexander Zverev 6-4, 1-6, 6-4.

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So long, Rafa

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Federer confesses his love for Scotland.

Roger Federer and Andy Murray spoke to the media after their charity match in Scotland in which Federer revealed himself as a Scottish football fan.

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Murray: I'll be at a disadvantage in Australia.

Andy Murray has revealed he plans to arrive early for next year's Australian Open but admits he'll be at a disadvantage to the rest of the field after his injury.

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American Sock wins Paris Masters.

World number 22 Jack Sock beat qualifier Filip Krajinovic to win his first Masters 1000 title in Paris and qualify for the ATP Tour Finals.

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Jack Sock's Paris Masters triumph could be career changing, according to ESPN's Brad Gilbert, and there is no doubt his 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 win against Filip Krajinovic was a breakthrough moment. It was the: first Masters title for Sock – and for a U.S. player in seven years, first time he's won three World Tour events in a year, first time he's made the world's top 10, first ATP Finals qualification for him – and for an American since 2011. Oh, and Sock's the first U.S. player since Agassi in 1999 to win here.

Leo Spall, UK Correspondent

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Rafael Nadal's participation in the ATP Finals in London must be in serious doubt after he admitted it is not his top priority. The world No. 1 said he would have treatment on the injured right knee which forced his withdrawal from the Paris Masters and do his best to play at the O2 Arena. But he added: "For me it's not about London. For me it's about longer term ... I going to do the treatment that I believe [is] going to be more safe and more important to keep [me] playing tennis as long as possible."

Leo Spall, UK Correspondent

Nadal clinches year-end No. 1

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Battle of the sexes

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On this date: King defeats Riggs in 'Battle of the Sexes.'

On September 20, 1973, Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in just three sets in what become known as the "Battle of the Sexes." King's victory is considered a milestone in women's tennis as the public began accepting women in the sport.

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Sharapova speaks

Sloane Stephens

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Stephens: 'I think everyone's just still in shock.'

Sloane Stephens describes her journey to becoming U.S. Open champion after missing the tournament with an injured foot last year.

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