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    Azarenka confirmed for ASB Classic
     22 November 2017
    Double Australian Open tennis champion Victoria Azarenka has been confirmed for the ASB Classic in Auckland in January.
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    Young guns sign up for ASB Classic
    10 Nov: A pair of up-and-coming tennis players have signed on for next year's ASB Classic tournament in Auckland.... more
    Champions to defend Classic tennis titles
    26 Oct: Americans Jack Sock and Lauren Davis will be back in Auckland in January to defend their respective men's and women's singles crowns at the ASB Classic.... more
    Isner confirms for Auckland Classic
    12 Oct: American No.1 John Isner will warm up for the Australian Open at next January's Auckland Classic.... more
    Wozniacki confirms for Auckland Classic
    4 Oct: Danish world No.6 Caroline Wozniacki will play her fourth consecutive Auckland Classic tennis tournament next January.... more
    Daniell through to ATP doubles final
    1 Oct: Marcus Daniell is a win away from his first ATP doubles title of year at the Chendu Open in China.... more
    Daniell topples Venus in doubles showdown
    29 Sep: High-flying Kiwi doubles player Michael Venus meets his match in the form of compatriot Marcus Daniell at an ATP event in China.... more
    Radwanska, Bautista Agut back for Auckland
    13 Sep: ASB Classic organisers have confirmed former champs Agnieszka Radwanska and Roberto Bautista Agut for the 2018 tournaments.... more
    Venus beaten in mixed doubles final
    10 Sep: Kiwi Michael Venus narrowly misses out on a second grand slam title for 2017, beaten in the US Open mixed doubles final.... more
    Venus through to mixed doubles final
    9 Sep: New Zealand tennis player Michael Venus and Taiwanese partner Chan Hao-Ching are through to the mixed doubles final at the US Open.... more

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