1. Milos Raonic: Tennis' Biggest Rising Star Makes His Name at Australian Open

    Remember the name Milos Raonic. If the 6-foot-5 inch Canadian tennis player hasn’t caught your eye during this Australian Open summer, its because his explosive service game is yet to feature on one of Melbourne’s more high-profile arenas...

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  2. Magical Messi: The Top Moments That Secured Lionel Messi a 2nd Ballon d'Or

    Lionel Messi has once again certified himself as the greatest footballer of the modern era by winning his second consecutive Ballon d’Or award...

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  3. Australian Open to Improve on Great 2010 Amidst China Challenge

    The 2010 Australian Open has once again proved to be an enormous success attendance wise, and it will need to continue if the first Grand Slam tournament on the Tennis calendar is to remain down under...

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  4. Andy Murray Fails To Fire Against an Opponent that Always Does

    As Roger Federer once again begins a new season with another Grand Slam title under his belt, questions will be asked of fellow Australian Open finalist, Andy Murray and his lack of ability ...

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  5. Federer Pressure Must Bring out Best in Murray

    Much like last year’s Australian Open Final against Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer once again faces an opponent with a game that has often gotten the better of the world No. 1...

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  6. Tsonga Thrashing is Fun and Games for Federer

    Every spectator that witnessed the men’s semifinal match between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga probably should have expected the Swiss maestro to bring his A game after a somewhat ...

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  7. Masterful Murray on Course for Australian Open Title

    Now seemingly in control of the pressure put on him by the British press, Andy Murray approaches his maiden Australian Open final with a game that could easily lay the platform for future success in the remaining three Grand Slam tournaments this year..

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  8. Australian Open Semifinal Repeat On the Cards for Fernando Verdasco

    Although compatriot Rafael Nadal ended up lifting the Australian Open trophy last year, Fernando Verdasco was undoubtedly the tournament's success story...

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  9. Davydenko: The Real Danger Man Heading Into Australian Open

    Nikolay Davydenko is fast becoming a player the top seeds at this year's Australian Open would want to avoid altogether in their quest for Grand Slam supremacy...

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  10. Rafael Nadal Has Every Chance Of Defending Australian Open Crown

    Rafael Nadal's coronation at the Capitala World Tennis Championships in Abu Dhabi should signal a warning to all those disregarding the Spaniard as a genuine threat in this year's Australian Open...

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  11. James Blake Must Fire in Australian Open Summer to Save Tennis Career

    Over the last few years, the Australian Open has become accustomed to seeing the most unlikely of players reach the latter stages of the first Grand Slam on the tennis calendar...

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  12. Champions League Spots Up for Grabs as Premier League Opens Up

    Chelsea, Manchester United, and Arsenal recorded vital wins in the Premier League this week to partially secure their spots in the top four...

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  13. Chelsea Held by a Birmingham City Team Full of Hart

    When a footballer of Frank Lampard's stature is presented with a golden opportunity to score a goal, many fans would back the Chelsea midfielder to find the back of the net...

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  14. Serie A and Premier League Fight for Pride in Champions League Tie

    Two of the Serie A’s biggest clubs will go head-to-head against two of the Premier League’s big guns in what will undoubtedly be the highlight of the UEFA Champions League draw for the first knockout round beginning mid-February next year...

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  15. Lionel Messi's Next Mission: Success at 2010 FIFA World Cup

    Lionel Messi’s FIFA World Player of the Year award certifies the FC Barcelona star as one of the greatest footballers in this generation...

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  16. Estudiantes Pay Heavy Price as Lionel Messi Seals Club World Cup for Barcelona

    FC Barcelona’s coronation as FIFA Club World Cup champions is a just reward for a team that continually asked questions of Estudiantes’ defence, despite being a goal down for the majority of the final...

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  17. Messi the Main Man in Barcelona's Bid To Teach Estudiantes a Lesson

    There was no doubt the majority of the Zayed city sports crowd was pleased when FC Barcelona secured their passage to the FIFA Club World Cup final after defeating Atlante 3-1...

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  18. FIFA Club World Cup: Barcelona Bound Unless Estudiantes Takes Chances

    Estudiantes’ 2-1 win over Pohang Steelers has booked the Argentine club a place in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup, but their performance against the Asian champions suggest they will ...

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  19. Man City Charity Not Good for Premier League Title Aspirations

    During the opening month of the new Premier League season, it appeared Manchester City made their intentions for a top four birth very clear...

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  20. Real Madrid Minus Ronaldo and Kaka Still Real Deal After Valencia Win

    Real Madrid’s 3-2 victory over Valencia yesterday was arguably the club’s best win this season, and it came without the services of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka...

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