1. Kim Clijsters Two Wins Away From World No. 1 Spot

    Australian Open winner Kim Clijsters is two matches away from overtaking Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki as World No. 1...

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  2. Fed Cup 2011 : 5 Things We Learned From The First Round

    Even Tom Cruise, Peter Graves, or Steven Hill would have found their first Mission Impossible if they had to play Belgium in the first round of the Fed Cup...

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  3. Australian Open 2011: Djokovic Wins Second Career Grand Slam, What's Next?

    Many viewers who followed this year's first major final have been stunned to watch Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal upset before the final. This was only the second final in 23 majors that both world number one and two are missing...

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  4. Australian Open 2011: Li Na First Asian Player in Open Era to Reach Slam Final

    Michael Chang won the French Open in 1989 as an American. Therefore we can't count the former world No. 2's trophy as a win for Asia. However, the New Jersey native devoted a lot of energy and money to the evolution of tennis in China...

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  5. 2011 Australian Open: Sabine Lisicki and Other Hotties To Emerge This Year

    1997 marked a breakthrough in Women's tennis. It was the first time many people heard the name Anna Kournikova, when she reached the semifinals at Wimbledon, and therefore television ratings for Women's tennis improved...

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  6. Australian Open 2011: Ten Reasons Why Rafael Nadal Is The Most Dominant Player

    The Spanish constitution acknowledged Juan Carlos as King of Spain on November 22nd 1975. At that time Rafael Nadal was not even born. To this day this will most probably be the only major title the 24-year-old will never have...

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  7. 2011 Australian Open : Quarterfinals Preview

    The 2011 Australian Open warm-up period is definitely over in Melbourne as the quarterfinal stage has been reached. Roger Federer will kick off the contests on the men's side having just added one more record to his tally...

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  8. 2011 Australian Open: 5 Key Storylines to Watch on Day 8

    Like Andrea Petkovic, Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic is among the rising stars in Women's tennis. On Monday, she will try to follow the footsteps of her young German rival, who ...

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  9. Francesca Schiavone Finally Wins the Longest-Ever Women's Grand Slam Match

    You might thing 16-14 is the prediction mark of the AFC championship match between the Jets and the Steelers, but you'd be wrong...

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  10. 2011 Australian Open: Five Key Storylines To Watch on Day Seven

    Maria Sharapova against Germany. On Friday, the Russian was forced to find her best mental resources to beat Julia Goerges 4-6 6-4 6-4...

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  11. Maria Sharapova and Caroline Wozniacki Found New Jobs

    There are days when things don't go the way we expect. Friday was one of those in the Australian Open as Maria Sharapova found a dead spot in the court while Caroline Wozniacki decided to change rules at a press conference...

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  12. 2011 Australian Open: 5 Key Storylines To Watch on Day 6

    France's Alizé Cornet will have a tough task ahead of her when playing three-time US Open champion Kim Clijsters. Maybe more support from Andy Roddick might help...

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  13. 2011 Australian Open: 5 Key Story Lines to Watch on Day 5

    The championship match of the 2006 French Open final saw Belgium's Justine Henin crush Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova for the title. The same results happened for the 2007 US Open title...

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  14. 2011 Australian Open: 5 Key Storylines to Watch on Day 4

    One player relived the glory days on centre court while the other is just starting to create her own history...

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  15. Nadal and Federer : 5 Reason Why They Won't Meet in the Australian Open Final

    Many pundits predict the 2011 Australian Open final will feature two of the best ever players to have play the game of tennis...

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  16. 2011 AUSTRALIAN OPEN : 5 Key Storylines To Watch Tuesday

    As soon as the draw came out experts had all eyes on a very special first round match. Not Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer for once but instead the renewal of an old rivalry battle...

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  17. 6 Key Storylines To Watch Monday

    As the Australian Open gets under way, reigning champion Roger Federer stands in the way of Rafael Nadal's bid to win his fourth successive Grand Slam event...

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  18. Rafael Nadal: Top Five Reasons He Will Win the 2011 Australian Open

    The Spanish constitution acknowledged Juan Carlos as King of Spain on Nov. 22, 1975. At that time, Rafael Nadal was not even born. To this day this will most probably be the only major title the boy wonder from Mallorca will never have...

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  19. U.S. Open 2010: Results for Day One

    MEN'S SINGLES - FIRST ROUND2-Roger Federer (Switzerland) beat Brian Dabul (Argentina) 6-1 6-4 6-2Paul-Henri Mathieu (France) beat 32-Lleyton Hewitt (Australia) 6-3 6-4 5-7 4-6 6-126-Thomaz Bellucci (Brazil) beat Tim Smyczek (U...

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  20. U.S. Open 2010: Five Reasons Maria Sharapova Can Repeat Her 2004 Title

    Who hits the ball downward with her racket four times, then turns over to the crowd with her face down, tucks loose wisps of blond hair behind both ears, and lastly bounces the ball ...

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  21. U.S. Open 2010 Draw: Rafael Nadal Faces Tough Road To Title

    The U.S. Open draw was announced on Thursday from the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Last year's champion Kim Clijsters, who had the honour to fix the draw for the men's singles, ...

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  22. U.S. Open 2010: Roger Federer and Andy Murray Aiming for Change

    The top two stories hitting the tennis world in July refer to top players changing their coaching set-ups. Roger Federer announced that he has hired Paul Annacone on a part-time basis, while Andy Murray officially split with coach Miles Maclagan...

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