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    After reaching the quarter-finals at the Shanghai Masters, tennis player Michael Venus is hoping his fiancee Sally can maintain her pregnancy for a few more days

    After reaching the quarter-finals at the Shanghai Masters, tennis player Michael Venus is hoping his fiancee Sally can maintain her pregnancy for a few more days

    The couple are expecting their first child, with Sally due to give birth tomorrow in London.

    Venus and Raven Klaasen are closing in on a place in the lucrative season-ending ATP World Tour finals.

    The Kiwi admits it was a difficult decision to play the Asian swing.

    Venus says they've spoken about it in depth, and are hoping for a natural birth.


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