1. 10 Most Breathtaking 'Tweener' Videos in Tennis History

    There is no question that fans are constantly dying to see the infamous 'Tweener'. A tweener, or simply the nickname for hitting a shot between the legs (typically while running away ...

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  2. 5 Things We Learned About Nadal, Federer, Djokovic at the BNP Paribas Open

    The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California was a spectacular event for tennis fans and players alike. We saw some remarkable runs throughout the course of the week, and many new names cemented themselves in the vast field of dangerous players...

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  3. Tennis: Top 5 Most Famous Celebrations in the Sport

    Whether a player is emotionally forthright or subdued overall, he or she can sometimes find it very hard to contain excited feelings when on the court. Some athletes choose to fist pump, while others simply talk to themselves...

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  4. Top 25 Funniest Tennis Commercials of All Time

    Tennis is a sport intended for spectators' entertainment. Throughout the years the sport has evolved, and new stars continue to be born all the time...

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  5. Roger Federer Video: Watch Federer's Sick Athleticism in Dubai

    The ATP 500 event in Dubai, which Novak Djokovic has won for the past three years, saw Roger Federer showcasing his variety on court. The Swiss Maestro has lifted the winner's trophy in this event four times before and is looking to do it again...

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  6. 5 Tennis Stars Who Are Stellar at Other Sports

    Sports are often compared to other sports—that is just a fact. Sometimes the physics of several games are juxtaposed and cross-analyzed...

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  7. Tennis: 5 Greatest Ballboy Moments Since 2011

    There is no doubt that ballkids in tennis tournaments do not get the credit they deserve. However, there are rewards that they receive other than just being on the same court as professional players and celebrities...

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  8. Tennis: Just How Much of an Advantage Do Left-Handers Have?

    Rafael Nadal is probably who you are thinking of right now. That's understandable. He leads the lefties in a worldwide movement of advantageously different players...

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  9. Men's Tennis: 5 Best Comebacks from Match-Point Down

    Many superstars attain their fame and status by winning big tournaments. Other than style and execution, players are made to work hard when faced with a deficit in a match...

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  10. 5 Strangest Moments in Tennis History

    The sport of tennis is usually exhilarating and unfolds spontaneously. The reason why we can safely label it as a sport is simply because it is competitive and anything can happen on any given day...

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  11. Roger Federer: 5 Signs He's Back at His Best on the Court

    Many would say that Roger Federer 's career is at the low end of the spectrum and that his time left at the top is limited. However, he is in fact still playing sublime tennis and is just as good as ever...

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  12. 2012 Davis Cup: Top 5 Performances so Far

    The Davis Cup 's commencement provided an interesting display of international tennis. Some teams had easier times than others moving into the next round and there were many shocking upsets...

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  13. Novak Djokovic's Girlfriend and the Top 15 WAGs in Tennis

    Obviously there is something more exciting to watch in tennis than just the players and the matches they take part in. Yes, many male viewers enjoy watching the female athletes in competition, but there are many attractive women watching along as well...

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  14. Davis Cup Results: Why Does Roger Federer Keep Losing After Taking the 1st Set?

    The U.S. team is taking on Switzerland (which has home turf) on red clay in the 2012 Davis Cup tie. Day One saw Mardy Fish defeat Stanislas Wawrinka in five tight sets...

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  15. Top 10 Shots and Points of the 2012 Australian Open

    The 2012 Australian Open was a delight for all who watched as many athletes took to the court with confidence and talent. Many incredible matches were played and upsets occurred left and right...

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  16. French Open 2012: 12 Bold Predictions for the Next Grand Slam

    The French Open has been dominated by Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer since 2005. Despite Novak Djokovic 's recent coronation as the best active player, the two have denied him the chance even to appear in a final...

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  17. French Open 2012: 15 Reasons We Can't Wait for the Next Grand Slam

    The Australian Open was a breath taking experience for all who watched and played. The Big Four made the semifinals in the men's field, showing how strong they have become recently...

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  18. Federer vs. Nadal: Score, Recap, Highlights of Australian Open Men's Semifinal

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal delighted us all in yet another classic match of rivals last night in Melbourne. Rafa defeated the Swiss superstar 6-7 (5), 6-2, 7-6 (5), 6-4 to reach his second final in Australia...

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  19. Roger Federer: Why Fed-Ex Must Be Considered Australian Open 2012 Favorite

    It is always shocking to see Roger Federer not labeled as the favorite in a Grand Slam, let alone a tournament. This Australian Open, however, has proven to be a grand opportunity for the Swiss with a major title drought...

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  20. Australian Open 2012: Power Ranking Most Entertaining Finals Possibilites

    Sadly enough, Australian Open fans will not be seeing a Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal final, nor will there be a Serena vs. Kvitova or Wozniacki vs. Clijsters...

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  21. Australian Open 2012 Bracket: Predicting Most Exciting Matches for Jan. 20

    The Australian Open has been an enthralling event so far and there are still many enticing second round matches to come...

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  22. Australian Open 2012 Results: 5 Players Who Should Never Compete Again

    The Australian Open has already presented us as viewers with phenomenal matches and quite surprising results. Many upsets have taken place, and some shocking early-round exits have left us to question the sport's athletes...

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  23. Australian Open 2012 Draw: Why Men's Draw Sets Up Poorly for Andy Roddick

    Andy Roddick does not have much to look forward to for the Australian Open. He has certainly been playing down a level or two since winning the ATP Masters 1000 event in Miami in 2010...

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  24. Australian Open 2012 Draw: Why Men's Draw Sets Up Poorly for Rafael Nadal

    Rafael Nadal was never one to do well at the Australian Open. After all, his only win came in consecutive five-setters against two incredibly tough opponents— Fernando Verdasco and Roger Federer ...

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  25. Top 5 Tennis Points of 2011

    Last year presented many tennis fans and viewers with spectacular matches. Even from the worst to the best tennis player broadcast on television or online, many dazzling shots were hit as well...

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