1. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule for July 4th: Men's Quarterfinals

    The Men take center stage on July 4th as the Men’s Quarterfinals will be contested on Centre Court and Court One. Novak Djokovic and Florian Mayer will be the first televised match at 7 a...

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  2. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Must-See Matches for Tuesday

    The beginning of week two saw the first significant rainfall. The rains came late in the afternoon and washed away about half of Monday’s schedule. The second Monday is the biggest day at Wimbledon...

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  3. Andy Murray Faces Brutal Draw in Path to the Wimbledon Finals

    The consensus after the fallout of Rafael Nadal ’s second-round loss to Lukas Rosol was that Andy Murray would benefit the most. The pressure on Murray to become the first male Brit in 74 years to reach the Wimbledon final is immense...

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  4. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Complete Info for Week 2

    Week two at a Grand Slam is moving week and when the stars usually shine. Most Grand Slams have their share of upsets, but the first half of the 2012 fortnight seems to have more than usual...

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  5. Wimbledon 2012: Updated Men's Odds Following Rafael Nadal's Shocking Upset

    Lukas Rasol’s shocking upset of Rafael Nadal in the second round will have a major impact on the Wimbledon draw . Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are on the top half of the draw and Nadal and Murray the bottom...

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  6. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Times and Channels for Thursday's Matches

    Thursday’s Wimbledon schedule is day two of the second round. Matches being played at Centre Court commence at 8 a.m. Eastern and all of the other courts will begin play at 6 a...

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  7. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Listings for Day 2 Action

    The coverage of Wimbledon AKA the Championships, headlined by ESPN, is available in every social medium possible. ESPN2 and ABC will televise the entire tournament for the first time...

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  8. French Open 2012 TV Schedule: How You Can Catch the Delayed Men's Finals

    Novak Djokovic was up a break and serving, but down two sets to one when the rains descended on Roland Garros . Play will resume at 7:00am Eastern Time Monday. The match will move from NBC to the NBC Sports Network ...

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  9. French Open 2012 TV Schedule: How You Can Catch Men's Finals

    Saturday provided the French Open with history, as Maria Sharapova completed the career Grand Slam in winning for the first time at Roland Garros...

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  10. I'll Have Another and the Horses That Have Attempted the Triple Crown Since 1978

    Since 1978 11 horses have won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness and attempted to win the triple crown. Not one has succeeded. This is the longest streak since a 35-year stretch between Citation in 1948 and Secretariat in 1973...

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  11. French Open 2012 TV Schedule: Where to Watch the Men's Semi-Finals Action

    The men’s draw has held to form throughout the French fortnight more than the women’s. David Ferrer is crashing the men’s semifinal party after a quarterfinal upset of Andy Murray ...

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  12. French Open 2012 TV Schedule: Where to Watch Semi-Finals Action

    After 12 days of grueling action and a plethora of upsets, the French Open draws have been pared to four men and four women. After all the big upsets earlier in the draw, three of the four remaining women are seeded second, fourth and sixth...

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  13. French Open 2012: Highlighting This Week's Top Matches

    With all the upsets on the women’s side of the 2012 French Open , most of the compelling quarterfinals and semifinal and final matchups later this week belong to the men...

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  14. French Open 2012: How 4th-Round Upsets/Surprises Will Affect Rest of Tournament

    Top-seeded and No. 1-ranked Victoria Azarenka 's ouster and the upset of defending champion Li Na were the biggest shockers of the fourth round of the 2012 French Open...

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  15. French Open 2012: What 3rd-Round Upsets Mean to the Draw

    The third round saw more shocking upsets, mostly on the women's side. Out are Caroline Wozniacki, who finished the year with the top ranking in 2010 and 2011, and former French Open champions Ana Ivanovic and Francesca Schiavone ...

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  16. French Open 2012 Results: How Top Superstars Performed Today

    Some of the biggest stars in tennis were on court for Day 6 of the 2012 French Open. Six former Grand Slam champions and two runners-up highlighted the docket on the red clay for second and third rounds...

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  17. French Open 2012: What Second Round Upsets Mean to the Draw

    Upsets rock the bracket and give unheralded players a chance to make a big statement on one of tennis' four biggest stages...

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  18. French Open Tennis 2012: What First-Round Upsets Mean to the Draw

    Upsets open up a bracket, allowing players to make surprising runs or other seeded players to have an easier path to their ultimate goal...

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  19. French Open: Biggest Shockers in Roland Garros History

    With its red clay neutralizing some of Tennis ’ biggest hitters, the French Open has produced some of the biggest shockers in Grand Slam tennis history...

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  20. French Open 2012 Results: Most Shocking Outcomes from Today's Matches

    The draws at the four Grand Slams are at least double the size of the majority of the tournaments during the rest of the ATP and WTA seasons...

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  21. French Open 2012: Ranking the Top 25 Men During the Open Era

    The French Open gives players a chance to use an entirely different set of skills to win a grand slam. Longer points require players to be more patient and it places a bigger emphasis on point construction and less of serve and volley...

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  22. Preakness TV Schedule: Times and Channel Listings for the 137th Preakness

    Like the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness is a week-long celebration of horse racing . The inaugural Preakness occurred in 1873. The race has occurred every year since 1894. It took a three-year hiatus from 1891-93...

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  23. Lyons Makes Arizona a National Championship Contender

    The biggest thing separating Arizona from their 27th NCAA Tournament appearance in the last 28 years in 2012 was the quality of play at point guard...

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  24. Kentucky Derby 2012: The Best Hats

    No sports brings as much pageantry for an event that lasts as short as the two minutes it takes for the winning horse to cross the finish line and capture the run for the Roses. The visible part of the pageantry is the hats...

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  25. Kentucky Derby 2012: Breaking Down the Most Decorated Horses in Field

    There are many ways to handicap a field for the Kentucky Derby. Some look at the horse's pedigree, others bet on the jockey or trainer, while others look at post positions and how the horse will run...

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