1. UEFA Champions League: Borussia Dortmund 1-1 Arsenal

    This was progress in Arsenal’s very special way, a draw against a formidably effervescent Borussia Dortmund team that neither incited bravado nor inspired dismissal of their future prospects...

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  2. Tommy Haas: The Father of the House

    The voracious hum that douses the courts of Flushing Meadows kindles a lingering feeling that a major tennis tournament is rudely eavesdropping on a vital conversation or obstructing the paramount consumption of an ice-cream...

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  3. 2011 Tour De France: Le Tour De Gilbert

    Everyone had an inkling of what was about to happen as the peloton paraded itself on the Passage du Gois, awaiting the first verse of aerodynamic mania in the 2011 Tour de France on the sharp jolt of Mont des Alouettes...

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  4. Spain 1-1 England: Parity Only in the Scoreline

    Spain provide a happy reference point for English Under-21 football’s past and present. In 1984, England beat them comprehensively over two legs to win the European Championship—their last victory in this competition...

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  5. Tommy Haas: Renaissance Man

    Tommy Haas , who is always in renaissance, is in renaissance. A player that had the “tennis world at his size 12s,” in the words of Stephen Bierley (The Guardian, ...

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  6. Monte Carlo Masters: Richard Gasquet, A Genius Unfulfilled

    As the nonpareil of the era emerged, it felt like his replacement was already in waiting. At the 2005 Monte Carlo Masters, Richard Gasquet defeated Roger Federer , emerging ...

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  7. Champions League: "Il Professore" Captivates in Defeat

    There have been many moments this season when Clarence Seedorf has appeared to be shouted down. The inevitable argument every footballer has with the ravages of time looked lost...

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  8. Andy Murray: Trapped In a Shell Of His Own Creation

    Hopefully this does not need much reaffirming. Andy Murray is not Tim Henman; it has been many a rally since the Scot grasped one of the most poisonous batons in tennis, flew ...

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