1. Previewing the 2012 WTA Tour Championship Semifinals

    Eight women descended on Istanbul earlier this week for the WTA Tour Championships, with a ninth getting a chance to play due to a withdrawal. But now, only four remain...

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  2. Previewing Friday's 'Elimination Matches' at the WTA Championships

    Three days of the 2012 WTA Championships are in the books, with only one day left in round-robin play before the semifinals and finals this weekend. Half of the semifinalist field is already set...

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  3. 2012 Davis Cup World Group Semifinals and World Group Playoffs Recap

    Just six days ago, the year's final major, the US Open, concluded with an epic final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic , with Murray outlasting Djokovic in five sets to capture his first career major...

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  4. 4 Things We Learned at the 2012 US Open

    On Monday night, Great Britain's Andy Murray dethroned Serbia's Novak Djokovic in a five-set epic, 7-6 (10), 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2. With the win, Murray became the first British man to win a major since Fred Perry captured the 1936 U...

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  5. US Open Tennis 2012: Women's Quarterfinals Preview

    When last Monday dawned, 128 women were in the main draw of the 2012 US Open. A week has passed and now, eight women remain...

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  6. Once Dominant, Rafael Nadal Surrounded by Question Marks

    Today, Rafael Nadal , No. 3 in the world, announced that he will be missing the U.S. Open, which is set to begin on Monday, August 27...

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  7. The State of the WTA and Its Ever-Changing Storylines

    With the tennis competition at the 30th Olympics in the rear-view mirror, the 2012 season is entering the homestretch. Three of the four majors have been contested, and the only remaining portion of the season is the hard-court circuit...

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  8. 2 Takeaways from Singles Tennis at the Summer Olympics

    The 2012 Olympics continue this week in London, but the tennis competition has wrapped up. There's no rest for the weak and weary, however, as just three weeks separate the end of the Olympics and the start of the U...

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