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FILE - A spectator holding a Russian flag watches during the men's singles third round match between Russia's Daniil Medvedev and Croatia's Marin Cilic on day six of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Saturday July 3, 2021. The ATP men’s professional tennis tour will not award ranking points for Wimbledon this year because of the All England Club’s ban on players from Russia and Belarus over the invasion of Ukraine. The ATP announced its decision Friday night, May 20, 2022, two days before the start of the French Open — and a little more than a month before play begins at Wimbledon on June 27. It is a highly unusual and significant rebuke of the oldest Grand Slam tournament. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali, File)

Why will Russia’s Ukraine war affect Wimbledon?

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Spain's Rafael Nadal, right, congratulates Spain's Carlos Alcaraz after their match at the Mutua Madrid Open tennis tournament in Madrid, Friday, May 6, 2022. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

Alcaraz overpowers Nadal at Madrid Open

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FILE - Security guards are shown at the gate in front of Centre Court at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, after the 2020 tennis championships were canceled due to the coronavirus, in Wimbledon, London, Monday, June 29, 2020. The ATP men’s professional tennis tour will not award ranking points for Wimbledon this year because of the All England Club’s ban on players from Russia and Belarus over the invasion of Ukraine. The ATP announced its decision Friday night, May 20, 2022, two days before the start of the French Open — and a little more than a month before play begins at Wimbledon on June 27. It is a highly unusual and significant rebuke of the oldest Grand Slam tournament.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)

Wimbledon’s Russia ban prompts tours to cut ranking points

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