1. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic: Predicting Who Will Win U.S. Open

    How unsure must Rafael Nadal feel after yet another loss to Novak Djokovic , this time on the grandest stage of all, at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships ? This is by far one of Nadal’s most consistent seasons, already reaching eight finals...

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  2. Rafael Nadal: 5 Players Standing in the Way of His Second Straight Wimbledon

    Rafael Nadal has the hardest road out of the top four players going into the finals of the 125th edition of Wimbledon...

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  3. Roger Federer: Can We Get Used to Him as the World's No. 3 Player?

    Roger Federer has been at the pinnacle of the ATP rankings for a total of 285 weeks. The Swiss Master has finished the tennis season in the top two every year since 2003. That’s a total of eight years—quite an eternity in tennis time...

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  4. Maria Sharapova: 5 Reasons She Can Win Another Grand Slam at Wimbledon

    Maria Sharapova ’s first grand slam breakthrough was at Wimbledon when she was just 17 years old. Her opponent that time was none other than two-time defending champion Serena Williams ...

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  5. Wimbledon 2011: How the Field Stacks Up Against Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer

    Rafael Nadal Nadal’s draw, on paper, looks like the hardest of the top four. The fact the Spaniard may have potential matchups against three huge servers in the likes ...

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  6. Rafael Nadal: 9 Reasons 2011 Wimbledon Win Is a Must for His Legacy

    At the tender age of just 25, Rafael Nadal has already accomplished so much. His legacy is one that many would be jealous of...

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  7. Rafael Nadal: Can the Clay-Court Specialist Win on the Grass at Wimbledon 2011?

    Rafael Nadal may have lost in the quarter finals of the Queens Club grass court tournament after winning the first set, but that is exactly how he went out last year, as well–albeit to a different opponent...

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  8. French Open 2011: Rounding Up Our Final Thoughts

    This year's French Open wasn't very exciting in the early rounds, but ended up being a slam to remember. Having all four top seeds in the semi-finals helped, but having the two best tennis players of this era in the final made it extra special...

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  9. French Open 2011 Women's Final: Previewing Francesca Schiavone vs. Li Na

    With two exciting women in the final and with two different types of games, this year's French Open championship match promises to be an exciting one. Let's take a look at the key points that may decide the match on Saturday...

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  10. Rafael Nadal: Who Would He Rather Play in Final, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic

    If Rafael Nadal beats Andy Murray in their semifinal match on Friday, the Spaniard will meet either 16-time grand slam-winner Roger Federer or Mr. Unbeatable, Novak Djokovic...

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  11. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal Defeats Robin Soderling for Sixth Semifinal

    It was another windy day at Roland Garros when Rafael Nadal and Robin Soderling took the stage on Court Philippe Chatrier, causing fears of a scrappy match. Nevertheless, the stadium was packed, the sun was out and the players were ready to go...

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  12. 2011 French Open: Grading Each Aspect of Rafael Nadal's Game so Far

    It has been clear for all to see that Rafael Nadal has not been in his finest form at this year's French Open. His next opponent will be Robin Soderling, the only man to beat the Spaniard at Roland Garros...

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  13. Roger Federer: The Top 10 Commercials of His Impressive Career

    With an illustrious career comes fame and fortune. After Roger Federer won his first Wimbledon title in 2003, his star rocketed upwards into media frenzy. His face has been associated to an outstanding number of things, from coffee to shaving blades...

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  14. French Open 2011: Novak Djokovic-Juan Martin Del Potro and Other Friday Matches

    Court Philippe Chatrier Third Round: Novak Djokovic [2] vs. Juan Martin del Potro [25] Djokovic keeps reminding me of the term “youth’s age...

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  15. Novak Djokovic: 5 French Open Players in His Half of the Draw Who Could Beat Him

    There is no doubt that after Nadal's five setter against John Isner in the first round, Novak Djokovic is now the favorite to win the French Open ...

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  16. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and a Double-Dose of America

    Court Philippe Chatrier Second Round: Andy Murray[4] vs. Simone Bolelli Although Murray beat his first-round opponent 6-4, 6-1, 6-3, the scores do not tell the whole story...

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  17. Novak Djokovic: How Long Before His Legacy Matches Up to Rafael Nadal's?

    Rafael Nadal ’s legacy truly started at the age of 19 when he beat Roger Federer , the world No. 1 at the time, on his way to lifting the 2005 French Open title...

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  18. French Open 2011: What to Watch for on Wednesday at the French Open

    Court Philippe Chatrier Second Round – Novak Djokovic [2] vs. Victor Hanescu With Djokovic’s confidence as high as the Eiffel Tower, it is unlikely Hanescu will be able to stop the Djoker Djuggernaut...

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  19. French Open 2011: What to Watch for on Tuesday at the French Open

    Court Philippe Chatrier First Round – Rafael Nadal [1] vs. John Isner Over the years, many have tried to stop the charging bull from rampaging before him, but only few have succeeded...

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  20. French Open 2011: Roger Federer/Feliciano Lopez, and Other First-Round Matches

    Court Philippe Chatrier First Round: Roger Federer [3] vs. Feliciano Lopez The last time these two met in Madrid they played three tiebreakers...

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  21. French Open 2011: 25 Bold (and Humorous) Predictions at Roland Garros

    These articles have all been done before. Usually the writers pick a prediction upon a player or topic that has a high probability of happening, and then they say that their choice was "on the edge" (shock, horror, gasp)...

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  22. Rafael Nadal: What Would a Win at the 2011 French Open Mean for His Legacy?

    At the age of just 24 (will become 25 on the second week of the French Open) Rafael Nadal has already accomplished so much...

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  23. French Open 2011: Five Reasons Andy Roddick Can Win His Second GS Title

    The last time the American former world number one lifted a Grand Slam title was in 2003, when he was 21 years of age. At the moment he is considered a one hit wonder, however Roddick would be the first to tell you that he is not finished yet...

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  24. Rafael Nadal Stagnating While Novak Djokovic Points Towards the Future

    Four Masters Series finals against the same man and instead of getting better it got worse. Of course that sounds like a harsh thing to say because all finals were actually hard fought slug-fests from the baseline...

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  25. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer: The Two Champions That Once Were

    It’s a fact that Novak Djokovic has been playing the best tennis since the start of the year. In all seriousness he has become the model male tennis player; a perfect tennis player...

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