1. Australian Open 2012: Novak Djokovic Leads Serbian Stars Back into the Limelight

    In 2008, the tennis world fell in love with its young, up-and-coming Serbian stars. During that year, Novak Djokovic was ranked third, right behind the then-dominant duo of Roger ...

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  2. Australian Open 2012: Caroline Wozniacki Believes Her Wrist Will Be Ready

    World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki has yet to win her first major tournament. An injury to her left wrist—which she suffered during her match against Agnieszka Radwanska in at ...

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  3. Adrian Peterson Starting Rehabilitation Process for ACL/MCL Injury

    Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was in extreme pain for the week following a surgery to reconstruct the ACL and repair the MCL in his left knee, which was injured ...

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  4. Why Trading Jared Allen May Be for the Best for the Minnesota Vikings

    Let me preface this piece by saying that Jared Allen is a beast. He is clearly one of the best players on the Minnesota Vikings and one of the best defensive linemen in the league, if not the best...

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  5. Australian Open 2012: Bernard Tomic and 5 Players to Watch

    We're less than a week from the first major of the season and that means it's time to put the spotlight on a few up-and-coming players...

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  6. Wimbledon 2011: Rafael Nadal Advances Unscathed

    History has a tendency to repeat itself. That was certainly the case in the second round match between defending Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal and the 69th ranked Ryan Sweeting...

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  7. Queen's Club: Rafael Nadal Ousted by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    After successfully defending his French Open title, it looks like the World's top-ranked player, Rafael Nadal , has some work to do if he wants to have the same result at Wimbledon...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about 3 years ago 1,535 reads 99 comments

  8. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal Celebrates His Birthday with a Trip to the Finals

    In the first of two blockbuster men's semifinals at this year's French Open , Rafael Nadal secured his place in the final with a 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 victory over Andy Murray ...

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  9. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal Gets Revenge at Roland Garros

    World No. 1 Rafael Nadal 's first real test in this year's French Open took place on Wednesday, when he faced the fifth-seeded Robin Soderling for a place in the semifinals...

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  10. French Open 2011: Five Sleepers Going into Week 2 at Roland Garros

    The first week's worth of play at the 2011 French Open is complete and while a slew of favorites in the women's draw have already boarded their flights home, the men's draw has gone mostly true to form...

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  11. French Open 2011 Shocker: Caroline Wozniacki Pummeled by Daniela Hantuchova

    World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki won't win her first major title this year at Roland Garros. The top seed in the women's draw was completely outplayed by Daniela Hantuchova and it showed in the 6-1, 6-3 scoreline...

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  12. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal Struggles, Survives Second-Round Match

    In cold and breezy conditions, Rafael Nadal, the top seed in the men's draw, looked to be cruising to victory after winning the first two sets 7-5, 6-3 against his countryman, Pablo Andujar...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about 3 years ago 569 reads 81 comments

  13. French Open 2011: Maria Sharapova Survives Tricky Second Round Match

    Maria Sharapova may have came into this year's French Open as one of the favorites after taking the title in Rome, but she will have to play better in her forthcoming matches if she wants any shot at taking the title...

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  14. Gael Monfils: La Monf Again Shows Why He's Tennis' Biggest Underachiever

    On the red dirt of the terre battue, Gael Monfils is at home. Monfils, walks onto the court showing off his muscular physique as the adoring French fans cheer him on...

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  15. French Open 2011 First Round: What We Learned

    As is true in any major tournament, the first round of the 2011 French Open had both its highs and lows...

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  16. Sergio Garcia Withdraws from British Open Qualifying

    Sergio Garcia 's results as of late have many thinking that his game is coming around after a three year slump...

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  17. French Open Day 2: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    After a weak lineup on the first day of play, Day Two at Roland Garros gave us our first glimpses of some of the sport's biggest stars, including Roger Federer , Novak Djokovic , Caroline Wozniacki and Francesca Schiavone ...

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  18. Australian Open 2011: Even in Defeat, Athletes Should Learn from Rafael Nadal

    The glazed-over look in his eyes during changeovers said it all. It was clear early in the first set of world No...

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  19. Australian Open: The 10 Biggest Men's Upsets of the Last Decade

    As a rule, the major upsets take place in Melbourne. The Australian Open is the first major of the season and, as a result, there tends to more major upsets, as players are often rusty at the start of a new season...

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  20. Federer On Fire and 10 Things We Learned from the First Round of the Aussie Open

    The first round of the Australian Open is a wrap, and while there is still a long way to go, we can start drawing conclusions based on the first round of play...

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  21. Ekatarina Makarova Upsets Ana Ivanovic, but All Is Not Lost for the Serb

    Former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic , who had since fallen off the map, saw her fall from grace realized as she walked off of the court in tears after losing in the second round of the Australian Open just last season...

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  22. Roger Federer, Caroline Wozniacki Easily Advance to Second Round of Aussie Open

    Caroline Wozniacki came into Australia with more questions than answers. Wozniacki, who is the top seed in Melbourne, is the top-ranked woman in the world, but has yet to win a major title...

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  23. Australian Open: Wozniacki, Clijsters and the 5 Women Who Could Claim the Title

    With the absence of Serena and the seemingly lackluster play of many of the top women in the season's first few tournaments, it is clear that the Australian Open is wide open...

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  24. Battle of the Davids: Ferrer To Take on Nalbandian in Auckland Final

    The Australian Open draw may have been today's big tennis news, but Aussie Open prep tournaments are still taking place, including the Heineken Open in Auckland. World No...

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  25. Australian Open Draw Analysis: Who is in the Dreaded "Quarter of Death?"

    The draw for the Australian Open, which is set to take place next week, is out, and there are a plethora of interesting matches in the early rounds...

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