1. Rafael Nadal: Could His Career Be on a Downswing Following Wimbledon Loss?

    Heading into the 2011 Australian Open only seven months ago, Rafael Nadal was looking to win his fourth consecutive Grand Slam event...

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  2. Novak Djokovic: Why Nole's 2011 Wimbledon Win Cements Remarkable Season

    There are many reasons why the win by Novak Djokovic today over Rafael Nadal in the 2011 Wimbledon championship match was the best win of the Serb's career. Most of all, it cements his remarkable 2011 season...

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  3. Petra Kvitova: 6 Reasons She's a Legit Challenger for the No. 1 Spot

    After an excellent fortnight of tennis in capturing the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, Czech Republic lefty Petra Kvitova has proven herself as a top women's tennis player...

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  4. Wimbledon 2011: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Has Chance to One-Up Juan Martin Del Potro

    Argentinian star Juan Martin del Potro is the only man that has defeated both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the same grand slam event...

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  5. Wimbledon 2011: Why Mardy Fish Has Best Chance to Stop Big 4 Semifinal Rematch

    The top four ranked players in men's tennis have never before reached the semifinals in back-to-back Grand Slam events in the history of tennis...

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  6. Novak Djokovic: 6 Reasons He Is Guaranteed Not to Win Wimbledon 2011

    Serbian star Novak Djokovic is right on the cusp of taking over the top spot in men's tennis. All he needs to do is reach the finals at the All-England Club this year and he will accomplish that...

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  7. Wimbledon 2011: 5 Potential Women's Finals Matchups That May Surprise Us

    Serena and Venus Williams have dominated the Wimbledon championships since 2000. They have won nine of the past 11 singles events, with at least one of them playing in the final every year except for 2006 in that span...

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  8. Wimbledon 2011: How the Field Stacks Up Against Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

    All-time tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have monopolized Wimbledon since 2003. One or the other has won the title every year, and they also played in three championship matches against each other...

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  9. Wimbledon Tennis 2011: 7 Reasons Why Roger Federer Will Bounce Back

    The 2010 Wimbledon Championships was arguably Roger Federer's worst grand slam tournament since he won his first major in 2003 at Wimbledon...

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  10. Wimbledon 2011: 5 Reasons Andy Murray Can Finally Break Through at Wimbledon

    The last British-born player to win Wimbledon was Fred Perry in 1936. Current world No. 4 Andy Murray has been knocking on the door in the last few years and is looking to bring home the title...

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  11. Roger Federer: 7 Grand Slam Matches That Defined King Fed's Career

    Roger Federer is considered to be one of the greatest tennis players to ever pick up a racquet. He has the record for most grand slam singles titles in ATP history with 16 and is still a top-three player looking for more...

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  12. Rafael Nadal and the Top 10 Clay-Court Players of All Time

    Last week, World No. 1 Rafael Nadal wrapped up his sixth French Open title in seven years. The win improved his career record on clay to 227-18, good for a 92.7 winning percentage...

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  13. Wimbledon 2011: 15 Bold Predictions for Tennis' Next Grand Slam

    Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Even though the French Open just ended, the 2011 version of the Wimbledon Championships is just two weeks away...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 14,249 reads 46 comments

  14. Men's Tennis: Roger Federer & Top 10 Players to Succeed on Wimbledon Grass

    Another great men's grand slam championship was just put into the books earlier today by the great Rafael Nadal . Luckily for tennis fans, the next major event is just two weeks away...

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  15. French Open 2011 Finals: Schiavone Plays to Her Expectations of 2010

    Heading into the 2010 French Open final, Francesca Schiavone was the underdog against Sam Stosur. Stosur's game has more power and she was expected to hit the Italian veteran off the court...

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  16. Order Restored in Sports: LeBron Fails in the Clutch, Federer/Nadal Rekindled

    The sports world has been mightily shaken up throughout 2011 throughout different professional sports, but has been heavily felt in the NBA and men's tennis...

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  17. French Open Finals: Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer, Men's Final Preview

    The 2011 French Open men's singles final is a familiar site for the tennis world. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will go at it for the fourth time in the last six years...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 5,846 reads 5 comments

  18. Order Restored in Sports: LeBron Fails in the Clutch, Federer/Nadal Rekindled

    The sports world has been mightily shaken up throughout 2011 throughout different professional sports, but has been heavily felt in the NBA and men's tennis...

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  19. Maria Sharapova: Serve Problems Come Back at Worst Possible Time

    Throughout Maria Sharapova 's 2011 run to the French Open semifinals, one glaring thing was that her serving issues seemed to be a thing of the past. That all changed in Thursday's loss to Li Na , albeit helped by the wind...

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  20. Rafael Nadal: What a 6th French Open Title Would Mean for His Legacy

    This year's French Open is the first year in quite some time that Rafael Nadal was not the overwhelming favorite to win...

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  21. 2011 French Open: Order Finally Restored Among the Women

    The 2011 French Open has been a tournament characterized by incredible comebacks, especially on the women's side. That aura finally seemed to change in Wednesday's women's quarterfinal matches...

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  22. French Open 2011 Schedule: 5 Key Storylines to Watch Wednesday

    Four of the eight semi-finalists have been determined for the 2011 French Open thus far ( Roger Federer , Novak Djokovic , Francesca Schiavone and Marion Bartoli)...

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  23. French Open 2011: Novak Djokovic Is First Player Through to Semis

    After playing on three consecutive days to advance from the third round to the quarterfinals of the 2011 French Open , world No. 2 Novak Djokovic will not have to play a quarterfinal match on Tuesday as expected...

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  24. 2011 French Open: Fognini Advances in Wild Affair but Glory Will Be Short-Lived

    This 2011 French Open has certainly had its fair share of the unexpected occurring in matches. Five-time champion Rafael Nadal was down two sets to one in the first round...

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  25. 2011 French Open: The Women's Draw Is More Open Than Ever

    What just happened? Are you kidding me ? Those are expressions tennis fans across the world are wondering right now when thinking about the women's field in the 2011 French Open ...

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