1. Viewing Robin Söderling's 'Claim to Fame' Throughout His Career

    1. The Underachiever Söderling use to be known as an underachiever, a person who did not fulfill his true potential...

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  2. Andy Murray Downs Roger Federer to Win Second Title of the Season

    Andy Murray was in magical form as he beat Federer 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the Shanghai Masters. This was the third time this year that the two have met, all in tournament finals...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about over 3 years ago 436 reads 33 comments

  3. Rafael Nadal Crashes Out of Shanghai Masters, Djokovic, Federer, Murray Advance

    Rafael Nadal crashed out of the Shanghai Masters today 6-1, 3-6 and 6-3, courtesy of 13th seed Juregen Melzer. It is the first time this season that Nadal has failed to reach the quarterfinals of a tournament...

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  4. Baghdatis and Monfils: The Two Gems That the ATP Could Not Benefit From

    Marcos Baghdatis and Gael Monfils are mostly known for being the two guys who did not fulfill their true potential. A lot of potential in which on numerous occasions they have shown they have in abundance...

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  5. Rafael Nadal Going Big in Japan

    World number one Rafael Nadal won his first Japan Open title today in his first appearance at the ATP 500 tournament. He beat 15th seed Frenchman Gael Monfils 6-1 7-5. Nadal came on court pumped up and ready to go...

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  6. Kay's View: EPL and the Fall Of the New World Order

    There is a theory called the New World Order, where in a nutshell, a group of very wealthy individuals will take over the world and be in control of all that happens on this planet...

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  7. Kay's View: Which European Teams Will Dominate This Decade

    In the previous decade, the most successful clubs were Real Madrid, Manchester United, Barcelona, AC Milan and Internazionale, to name a few...

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  8. Andrew Murray's Challenge for the Future: Constructing a Forehand

    Andrew Murray. What a conundrum he has turned out to be. The next British hope of tennis has been all over the place this year; both mentally and on court...

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  9. Kay's View: Tottenham Hotspur, Our Second Favourite Team

    Everybody has their favorite soccer team. Whether this is because of a special attachment with the team or because of a sentimental value, "fans" as they are called will stick with their team through good and bad...

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  10. Kay's View: Fabianski Does the Unthinkable and Helps Arsenal to Victory!

    Well, what a disappointment that was. I was waiting for one of those horror shows again where Fabianski flies from left to right without ever saving the ball from going into the back of the net...

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  11. Kay's View: Glory Glory Man United or Man Divided?

    Glory Glory Man. U - what? United you say? Well at least that’s what the crowd on the Stretford End like to sing when United are playing at Old Trafford; but somehow I ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about almost 4 years ago 372 reads 4 comments

  12. Federer and Nadal, or Athens Versus Sparta: Domination of Two Heavyweights

    “Federer’s camp was conquering the world. Federer had just won the Australian Open and was the new world number one. He feared no one. However, one day in Miami in 2004, they saw a man running towards there camp...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about almost 4 years ago 2,354 reads 15 comments