1. Roger Federer's Top 10 Australian Open Performances Ever

    Roger Federer has won the Australian Open four times in his career: in 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2010. Despite the tournament being the second-most challenging major for him, he has pulled through close matches and prevailed in dominant showings as well...

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  2. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: Can the Frenchman Capture a Slam Title in 2012?

    Coming fresh off his first win at the Qatar Exxon Mobil Open, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga appears to be the man to beat outside of the Big Four...

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  3. 15 Best Tennis Shots of 2011

    For tennis, 2011 truly was a spectacular season to be a part of—whether you were in the crowd, checking score updates on your phone or simply watching at home...

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  4. 5 Tennis Stars Who Need to Smile More

    More often than not, losses result in negative attitudes and feelings. Regarding the professional players, they have endured such up-and-down spirits over the years of playing and ...

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  5. Power Ranking the World Tour Finals Players for 2012

    As expected, the World Tour Finals was a spectacular sporting event. Many matches went the distance and many of the top players were sent home early...

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  6. Roger Federer: 5 Reasons the ATP World Tour Finals Means He'll Be Back in 2012

    The Swiss Maestro managed to set yet another all-time record yesterday, defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets to earn his sixth ATP World Tour Finals Championship title...

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  7. Top 5 Shots of the World Tour Finals Round Robin

    The World Tour Finals showcases the vast talents of the top tennis athletes in the world. When you group them together, incredible shot-making results...

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  8. Janko Tipsarevic: Does He Belong in the World Tour Finals?

    With Andy Murray's withdrawal from Group A and the World Tour Finals completely, lucky loser and replacement Janko Tipsarevic set out to play Tomas Berdych...

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  9. Top 5 Shots of the 2011 Paris Masters

    The ATP 1000 Masters tournament in Paris was memorable, not only for Roger Federer 's historic win, but for the many amazing matches and shots that were played...

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  10. Roger Federer: Why His Grand Slam Record Will Stand Forever

    Roger Federer has been the main focus of the men's tennis game for the past decade. With an insurmountable quantity of records to his name, he appears to be the greatest player of all-time to many spectators and tennis followers...

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  11. Andy Murray: Can His Injury Affect His 2012 Season?

    The current No. 3 player in the world just withdrew from the Swiss Indoors Basel Open last week. He was scheduled to face Robin Haase of the Netherlands in his first match but felt a sharp pain on his body when he woke up the night before...

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  12. 10 Best Five-Setters of 2011

    With the most talented athletes in the world playing each other, one would think they would go to five sets more often...

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  13. Roger Federer: When Did He Officially Lose the Throne?

    It is a known fact that sometime in the past three to four years, Roger Federer went "bad" and had his fair share of bad losses...

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  14. Golf: Power Ranking the First-Time Major Winners of 2011

    This year saw four different men earn his first major, which displayed a strong deviation from the norm, which sees golfers such as Tiger Woods always winning. These victories were extraordinary...

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  15. Men's Tennis: 13 Unknowns Who Will Break onto the Scene and Compete in 2012


    Men's tennis has been dominated by the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray for the past few years. This year saw a change in the guard, where both Roger and Rafa were dethroned to some extent by Nole...

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  16. Tennis: 5 Best Shots from Shanghai Masters Thus Far

    The Shanghai Masters has proved a thoroughly entertaining tourney in years past, and this time 'round has proved no different—even without the likes of world-beaters Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the competition...

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  17. Shanghai Masters 2011: 5 Bold Predictions for the Rest of the Tournament

    The Shanghai ATP Masters event is always a delight to watch—the speed of the Chinese courts, the lengthy and jaw-dropping rallies and the matchups have been consistently strong over the past few years...

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  18. Men's Tennis: Top 5 Most Entertaining Straight-Set Matches of 2011

    Tennis is always meant to be competitive on the tour, although viewers also get to experience fun and entertainment. This year has already proven to be a tough season with many lengthy and multiple-set wins and losses...

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  19. US Open Tennis 2011: Why Rafael Nadal Is a Lock for US Open Title

    After having lost just one set this tournament, Rafael Nadal is ready to take on the challenge of his new rival Novak Djokovic in the 2011 US Open men's final. It is remarkable that Rafa has lost each of the five times he has faced the No...

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  20. Venus Williams: What Her Exit from Open Means for Her Future

    Venus Williams , the 31-year-old American tennis superstar, pulled out of the US Open before her scheduled second-round match earlier today...

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  21. US Open 2011 Tennis: Top 5 Best Shots from Day 1

    This 2011 US Open slideshow, which only includes clips from the first day of the tournament and some footage of players' practicing, includes some amusing surprises...

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  22. US Open 2011 Tennis Predictions: Open Awaits Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal Final

    Roger Federer has dominated the U.S. Open and made it his Grand Slam throughout the past decade. With Rafael Nadal 's recent victory in last year's final to capture the title ...

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  23. 5 Weirdest on-Court Routines and Behaviors in Tennis

    Some of the world's biggest tennis icons, such as Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova, are known for their supernatural skills and success on the court...

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  24. PGA Championship 2011 Leaderboard: Why Steve Stricker Will Choke This Weekend

    Steve Stricker is currently leading Americans' hopes for a major winner after he shot a major record-tying 63 in his first round. Leading by two strokes going into Day 2, people want to know if he will keep up his performance level...

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  25. US Open: Novak Djokovic and 10 Men Whose Games Translate Well to the Hard Court

    The hard-court season is now underway and the U.S. Open is just around the corner. To predict who will succeed at that Grand Slam, one must look at the best players on that surface...

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