1. US Open Build-Up: Maria Sharapova Beats Jelena Jankovic in Cincinnati

    After a great week of tennis in Cincinnati , topped off with the marathon final between eventual winner Maria Sharapova and Jelena Jankovic last night, enjoy the highlights from the WTA’s week at the Western & Southern Open...

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  2. US Open Build-Up: Sabine Lisicki Serves Blind and Answers Fan Questions!

    Back at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, fans contributed ideas and questions for a Sabine Lisicki YouTube video...

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  3. US Open Build-Up: Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova's Tournament Prep

    The US Open swing is well and truly under way. Following a fascinating Rogers Cup in Toronto, the top seeds are now turning their attention to the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati...

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  4. WWE SummerSlam Results: Why Alberto Del Rio's Money in the Bank Gig Is a Joke

    The Money in the Bank briefcases are, obviously, a gimmicky plot device anyway—mostly because the conditions under which they can be cashed in seem to alter from year to year, month to month and angle to angle...

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  5. WWE SummerSlam 2011: 5 New Rivalries for CM Punk Following Scandalous Loss

    Poor Punk. He drops his unified title about 30 seconds after winning the damn thing, and nobody even cheered when he won it because they were expecting the match to restart as John Cena's foot was so clearly on the ropes...

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  6. WWE SummerSlam 2011 Results: What's Next for Edge After His Appearance?

    Did anyone genuinely think that Christian 's amazing secret weapon at SummerSlam wouldn't be his best friend Edge? As Christian announced the Rated-R superstar's return to a WWE pay-per-view and his theme music kicked in, it was an exciting moment...

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  7. WWE SummerSlam 2011 Results: Wade Barrett Beats Daniel Bryan and What It Means

    It's so nice when you get to see proper wrestling at a pay-per-view. No gimmicks, no interference, just a proper, fierce, brutal match. After so much time being shoved down the mid-card, Daniel Bryan is finally getting a push...

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  8. Rogers Cup: Serena Williams Reigns Supreme in Toronto

    Sun, wind, rain and the best tennis players on the planet; yes, the Rogers Cup in Toronto had it all...

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  9. WWE SummerSlam 2011 Results: What Kelly Kelly's Win over Beth Phoenix Means

    This was perhaps the most surprising result of the entire SummerSlam. Who would have thought Kelly Kelly would manage to beat Beth Phoenix ? I'm not a Kelly Kelly fan, but she certainly seems to have made the effort to learn a few new moves...

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  10. Kim Clijsters Injury: If She Misses US Open, 7 Women Who Could Win the Title

    It's been an up-and-down 2011 for Kim Clijsters. After finally cementing her name as "Aussie Kim" with her win in Melbourne at the start of the year, a succession of niggling injuries have prevented her from progressing in the other slams...

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  11. Andy Murray, Tim Henman and the Top British Players in Tennis History

    When you get asked to name a British tennis player, you're almost certainly going to name Andy Murray . He's the most successful and most talented star we in the UK have had for a generation, probably more...

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  12. Rogers Cup: Li Na's Reaction to Peng Shuai's Retirement in Toronto

    There was a real sense of anticipation surrounding Li Na 's opening match—her first back after Wimbledon —at the Rogers Cup in Toronto. And not just for the spectators: Both players had been building up to it, too...

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  13. Rogers Cup: Roberta Vinci on Her Win Against Caroline Wozniacki

    It was the best win of her career—and how! At the 18th attempt, Roberta Vinci not only beat a top-five player, she beat the world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki . Find out how she felt with this post-match video...

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  14. Li Na in Action in Toronto, with New, Blinged-Up Nails!

    After Wimbledon , the Roland Garros champion took a three-and-a-half week break in China ; no tennis, no training, no fitness. Instead, Li Na enjoyed herself doing "normal things girls like to do" such as going to the spa and beauty salon...

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  15. Women's Tennis: Schiavone, Wozniacki, Azarenka, Kvitova and Li Rock Toronto!

    When the draw came out for the Rogers Cup it included the entire Top 20 plus Serena Williams which is why many of the players are comparing the event in Toronto , Canada ...

    Carrie Dunn Written by Carrie Dunn about over 3 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  16. WWE SummerSlam 2011: Why CM Punk Will Shock the World and Jolt John Cena

    To be honest, the title of this piece is a bit of a misnomer. Punk won't shock the world, exactly; he'll just continue to shock the world as he has been doing to such incredible effect for the past six weeks...

    Carrie Dunn Written by Carrie Dunn about over 3 years ago 5,240 reads 28 comments

  17. Sin Cara Suspended: Why His WWE Career Has Flopped

    I want to like Sin Cara , but he makes it very difficult. The news broke today that he has been suspended due to a breach of the WWE's talent wellness policy, meaning he won't ...

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  18. Money in the Bank Reaction: Does CM Punk Have a Future in WWE?

    CM Punk has officially left the building, and the WWE title is safely stowed away in his fridge . Will he ever return? Is this all part of a larger angle? Or are his bridges thoroughly ...

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  19. Money in the Bank: Why CM Punk's Victory Marks a New Era in WWE

    Be honest. How many of you expected CM Punk to beat John Cena at Money in the Bank? And of those of you who did expect that, how many of you expected Alberto Del Rio to cash in immediately and take the title? This was a stunning piece of booking...

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  20. Women's World Cup 2011: Ellen White, England's Wonder Goal-Scorer

    I had the chance to speak to England's Ellen White prior to today's World Cup game against Japan. Here's what she had to say.....

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  21. Wimbledon 2011: Why Rafael Nadal Failed to Live Up to Expectations

    The millions of Rafael Nadal fans around the world will be wondering where their hero was on Centre Court today. He wasn't dreadful, but this wasn't the all-powerful, triumphant, conquering superhero we're all so used to seeing in Grand Slam finals...

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  22. Wimbledon 2011: The Tour Diaries as Petra Kvitova Beats Maria Sharapova

    The 2011 Wimbledon Championships have been special for so many different reasons. Petra Kvitova took her first Grand Slam title, beating Maria Sharapova in the final on Centre Court, ...

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  23. Wimbledon 2011 Men's Final: Live Updates, Scores, Analysis for Djokovic-Nadal

    We have our finalists: The new world No. 1, Novak Djokovic , will face the man he's just deposed, Rafael Nadal Djokovic got there by beating a valiant Jo-Wilfried Tsonga , 7-6, ...

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  24. Wimbledon 2011: Maria Sharapova Answers Questions From Kids

    Maria Sharapova , preparing for tomorrow's final against Petra Kvitova, answers questions from unlikely interviewers—kids! Watch her answer their pretty tough questions during a Q&A session...

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  25. Wimbledon 2011: The Tour Diaries as Sharapova and Kvitova Make the Final

    Millions of people around the world enjoy the two weeks of Wimbledon on TV, but to make the "magic" happen takes a lot of work, a lot of people and a lot of equipment...

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