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Solange Skeen plays a return shot during the Women’s Singles Finals of the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Championships at Victoria Avenue, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. Photo by:Allan V. Crane

At the age of 14 years, Solange Skeene yesterday became the youngest player in the history of the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament to have won the Women's Singles title. She achieved the feat during the finals at Victoria Avenue in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

Read more: Skeene shatters 30-year record with Tranquil title

Rafael Nadal is among other athletes named on the latest list ©Getty Images

Four-time Olympic athletics champion Mo Farah and 14-time Grand Slam winning tennis player Rafael Nadal are among another 26 athletes whose leaked data has been revealed by hacking group Fancy Bears after a cyber-attack on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

Read more: Farah and Nadal among latest 26 athletes to have data leaked by Fancy Bears hacking group

Serena Williams would only be around ‘No. 700 in the world’ if she were on the men’s circuit, believes John McEnroe. (AARON FAVILA/AP)

There’s nothing worse than receiving a backhanded compliment. It’s the epitome of being “politely disrespectful.”

Read more: John McEnroe’s 'No. 700' remark just latest example of the misogyny Serena Williams continues to...

Maria Sharapova wrote in a statement on her Facebook page that warnings received over meldonium were ‘too hard to find’. Photograph: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

No matter what the intricacies of the tennis star’s case are, the number of failed tests since the drug was banned demonstrates widespread misuse

Read more: Whatever Maria Sharapova’s defence, meldonium is banned with good reason

Serena Williams reminds everyone that barriers still exist in women’s sports. (Adam Davy/Reuters/Pool)

Serena Williams is closing out 2016 by offering an inspirational message to female athletes, a message she delivered with all the power that marks her game.

Read more: Serena Williams, in a powerful letter, writes: ‘We must continue to dream big’

Andy Murray says Maria Sharapova deserves a ban after she failed a test for a performance enhancing drug and has questioned her explanation that she took it for health reasons. Photograph: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

• World No2 says it is wrong to take a drug just for performance
• Murray also criticises his sponsor, Head, for extending Sharapova’s contract

Read more: Andy Murray says Maria Sharapova deserves ban for failing drugs test

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