1. US Open 2011: Top 5 Women to Challenge Venus and Serena Williams

    The US Open, the last bastion of hope for many. A lost echo in the reverberating crowds for others. It can be a place of redemption or a final resting place...

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  2. Serena Williams: 10 Forces Behind Her Return at the U.S. Open

    Serena Williams is an icon in her own time. She and sister, Venus, changed the landscape of women's tennis permanently. Even with extended absences from the game, she comes back and gives us all what we have longed for, a champion...

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  3. US Open Tennis 2011: Serena Williams, John Isner and Mardy Fish Lead Americans

    American tennis is starting to get exciting again thanks to Mardy Fish, John Isner and the return of the Williams sisters. The not so unexpected withdrawal of Sam Querrey shorts the US men's draw...

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  4. Top 5 Challengers for Tennis' Big Three

    New York City is all about competition—only the strong survive. These five male contenders for this year's US Open are ready to do battle with tennis' big three...

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  5. Serena and Venus Williams: Power Ranking Williams Sisters' Best US Open Moments

    As the dawn of a new era in women's tennis is taking hold, two US women will not go down without a fight. Serena and Venus Williams have left an indelible mark on the tennis world...

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  6. US Open 2011: Battle in the Big Apple for Tennis' Big Three

    As the sun rises in the east, we arrive in New York for the final Grand Slam of the year. For two weeks, the world's best tennis players will arrive at this concrete jungle to tennis' grandest stage...

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  7. Sam Querrey Pulls Out of 2011 U.S. Open To Recover from Elbow Injury

    According to the Ventura County Star , US tennis player Sam Querrey has pulled himself out of the 2011 US Open just one week before the event...

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  8. Andy Murray: Brit Still Looking for a Title and a Break

    This year's US Open is approaching and Andy Murray may not even find himself a contender. Murray has one just one title this year— 2011 AEGON Championships —and was sent home after losing his second round match at Roger's Cup in Montreal...

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  9. Gael Monfils Makes His First Tennis Final on US Soil

    Gael Monfils survived a rain delay Saturday and a late night to secure his first ever ATP final on U.S. soil. With little time to recoup before the final match against Radek Stepanek , Gael's dream of a hard court victory in the U...

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  10. 2011 US Open: Serena Williams Is Back with a Vengeance

    Whether you like Serena Williams or not, there is no disputing her dominance in women's tennis. Serena, along with sister Venus, changed the landscape of women's tennis when they hit the WTA in September 1995...

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  11. Maria Sharapova Eyes Rematch with Serena Williams in Stanford

    Second-seeded Maria Sharapova is holding strong as she awaits the outcome of tomorrow's match between Maria Kirilenko and Serena Williams ...

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  12. New York Mets Need a Regime Change, Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz

    Back in February, all the talk was about a new era and a regime change for the New York Mets. Owner Fred Wilpon and president Saul Katz were changing up the roster to appease their angry fan base...

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  13. Wimbledon 2011: Venus and Serena Williams Headed for Another Title Showdown

    As we head into the second week of play, it appears that Venus and Serena are headed for another epic showdown for the Wimbledon title. Just like every other tournament the Williams sisters are in, the controversy is swirling...

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  14. Frank McCourt's Deal with Fox Is Rejected by MLB Commissioner Bud Selig

    MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has rejected Frank McCourt's proposed deal with Fox Studios and the Los Angeles Dodgers . The deal worth a reported $385 million was a major component of Frank and Jamie McCourt's divorce Settlement...

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  15. Six Dark Horses That Could Be Dangerous on the Lawns of Wimbledon

    Upsets are all too common at Wimbledon. The unpredictability of the grass catches players off guard when they least expect it. And for the following six players, they must up their game if they hope to achieve their crowning glory...

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  16. Wimbledon Contenders: Andy Roddick, Tomas Berdych, Andy Murray & Robin Soderling

    As the clock ticks down to the start of Wimbledon, four male contenders are vying for the coveted crown. Andy Roddick has made the finals three times. Tomas Berdych lost in last year's finals...

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  17. Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer: London Is Calling

    This year's Wimbledon has all the makings of an historic year. This is a magical place where tradition runs deep. There is a higher meaning for those tough enough to make it to Wimbledon...

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  18. Andy Roddick, America's Best Hope for a Grand Slam Title Is Fading

    When Andy Roddick hit the USTA circuit in 2000, he had just won the junior men's title the previous year. Roddick was the first U.S. male to win this title since 1959. Roddick's rise to fame was almost instantaneous...

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  19. 2011 WTA: Without Venus, Serena and Justine, Women's Tennis Has Lost Its Sizzle

    The 2011 WTA tour is only five and a half months old and already few are tuning in to watch. Without Venus, Serena and Justine Henin , there is neither a front-runner nor a rivalry worthy of attention...

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