1. Wimbledon 2011: Caroline Wozniacki Gatecrashes Novak Djokovic Press Conference

    Women's world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki gatecrashed her friend Novak Djokovic 's pre-Wimbledon press conference yesterday to tease him about his "losing streak...

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  2. Wimbledon 2011: Caroline Wozniacki and Stars of the Tour at Pre-Event Party!

    We're used to seeing the WTA players in their tennis clothes but last night the Pre-Wimbledon Party was an occasion for glitz and glamour, with Caroline Wozniacki and Maria Sharapova both in attendance...

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  3. Wimbledon 2011: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Intriguing First-Round Matches

    Good morning all—it's 10am in London and the first-round draw for Wimbledon is under way. Here I'm going to look at some of the most fascinating clashes on the cards and suggest some matches to look out for early next week...

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  4. WWE Capitol Punishment 2011: Why Randy Orton Will Beat Christian

    Christian is going to have to keep trying, because there is no way he is getting "his" World Heavyweight Championship back from Randy Orton this weekend...

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  5. WWE Capitol Punishment 2011: Why Ezekiel Jackson Will Beat Wade Barrett

    Before I start, let me make this clear: I don't WANT this to happen. Wade Barrett is probably my favourite man on the SmackDown roster, but I genuinely can't see it panning out any other way...

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  6. Wimbledon 2011: Kim Clijsters Withdraws from Wimbledon

    Kim Clijsters, the Australian Open champion, has withdrawn from this year's Wimbledon with a foot injury. She had earlier today been announced as the No. 2 seed for the tournament behind world No...

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  7. Wimbledon 2011: Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer's Seedings

    Serena Williams has been seeded eighth for the forthcoming Wimbledon tournament despite being defending champion. She missed much of the last year with injury and is currently ranked at 26th in the world...

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  8. Wimbledon 2011: Serena Williams: "Own the Court and Be Proud"

    Today was Serena Williams' highly anticipated return to competition after her illness and injury. She took on Tsvetana Pironkova in the first round of the AEGON International in Eastbourne ...

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  9. Wimbledon 2011: Venus Williams Says She's Here to Win

    The return of the Williams sisters is one of the most anticipated events of the tennis year so far. This video catches up with Venus at the AEGON International in Eastbourne to find ...

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  10. Wimbledon 2011: Venus and Serena Williams Are Back on the Court

    They are two of the defining players of their generation and they are both returning to action at this week's AEGON International in Eastbourne, England...

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  11. Build-Up to Wimbledon: Ana Ivanovic Talks About Her Win at the AEGON Classic

    It's the run-up to Wimbledon and the best players in the world are adjusting to getting back on grass. After her opening win at the AEGON Classic, Ana Ivanovic talks about how it feels to be back in Birmingham and playing on grass...

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  12. Djokovic vs. Federer vs. Nadal: Which Is the Real Grand Slam Rivalry?

    It's an exciting time in men's grand-slam tennis. We've enjoyed the beautiful work of the world's greatest-ever player over the past decade; we've watched him battle with the power ...

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  13. Grand Slams: Caroline Wozniacki and the Top 10 Women's Favourites at Wimbledon

    The French Open was an intriguing tournament for the women, with the rankings (which are laughable) shown to be the mockery they are...

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  14. French Open 2011: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Key Storylines for Friday

    It's men's semifinals day at Roland Garros, and we have our first finalist. Rafael Nadal has beaten Andy Murray in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5, 6-4...

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  15. TNA Exclusive: Kurt Angle Tips Magnus, Williams, Wolfe for Success

    Kurt Angle is tipping a host of young wrestlers as the next generation of TNA stars—and thinks the company may soon get its first British champion...

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  16. Exclusive: Kurt Angle Confirms He Will Be Trying Out for 2012 Olympic Squad

    TNA's Kurt Angle confirmed today that he will be trying out for the US wrestling squad for the London Olympics next year...

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  17. Rafael Nadal vs Andy Murray: Why the Brit Has a Shot To Upset the Spanish Master

    Rafael Nadal, on paper and on clay, has to be the favourite to beat Andy Murray tomorrow. The British No. 1 hasn't won a grand slam event, and Roland Garros certainly isn't his favourite...

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  18. Maria Sharapova Knocked Out: All the Latest from the French Open 2011

    Well, I'm feeling pretty smug as both my predictions came true—it's Li Na vs. Francesca Schiavone in the women's French Open final, knocking out Maria Sharapova and Marion Bartoli respectively...

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  19. WWE: Kelly Kelly, Eve, the Bellas, What Next for the Divas Without Kharma?

    I still haven't got over Kharma's brilliant promo on Monday Night Raw—it was honest, moving, touching and real, and I for one am delighted for her and her partner...

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  20. French Open 2011: Thursday Storylines, Maria Sharapova in the SemifInals

    Today's focus is on the women's semifinals: the impressive Li Na and Maria Sharapova face off in one while defending champion Francesca Schiavone takes on Marion Bartoli, who of course has home advantage, in the other...

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  21. Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova and More: Latest from the French Open 2011

    We have our semifinal lineup all set, and they look like corkers. Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray both proceeded into the final four today, winning their quarterfinals in straight sets ...

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  22. French Open 2011: Key Storylines to Watch on Wednesday, Rafael Nadal Plays

    Some good quarter-final matches on Wednesday: We start on Court Philippe Chatrier with the ever-amazing Li Na versus Victoria Azarenka , then Rafael Nadal against Robin Soderling ...

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  23. Roger Federer, Andy Murray and More: Latest from French Open 2011

    The biggest story of today is the imminent semifinal between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic that'll take place on Friday. So it's the supremely rampant Federer standing between the continuing streak and World No...

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  24. French Open 2011: Key Storylines to Watch on Tuesday, Roger Federer Plays

    After his epic win over David Ferrer that spread over two days, Gael Monfils faces his biggest challenge so far on Tuesday, taking on Roger Federer on Court Philippe Chatrier...

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  25. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova: Latest from French Open 2011

    We're into the second week at Roland Garros and we had some big names in action today—or not in action, in the case of Novak Djokovic ...

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