1. 2013 NCAA Tournament: Arizona Has Rich NCAA Tournament History in Los Angeles

    Arizona’s history of NCAA tournament games stretches back to the Fred Snowden era with a thrilling Sweet 16 win against UNLV. The Wildcats have largely been successful in the Los Angeles area...

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  2. Australian Open 2013 TV Schedule: Day 12

    Friday’s schedule is all about the men. Andy Murray and Roger Federer is the most anticipated match of the fortnight so far. They have met 19 times and Murray has won 10...

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  3. Australian Open 2013 TV Schedule: Complete Day 10 Replay Information

    Four of the biggest names in tennis highlighted Day 10 action. Replays of Serena Williams , Roger Federer , Victoria Azarenka and Andy Murray will be televised on the Tennis Channel, ESPN2 and WatchESPN and ESPN3...

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  4. Australian Open 2013: Analyzing Path to Final for Top Stars

    We are in the midst of the quarterfinals as the Australian Open is in the early stages of Week 2. Both men’s and women’s tennis have evolved into the Big Four on either side...

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  5. Australian Open 2013 TV Schedule: Complete Listings for Day 9 Action

    ESPN2 is the anchor of Grand Slam tennis coverage in the United States. Their coverage of Day 9 will commence at 9 p.m. ET after the Tennis Channel has the first two hours of coverage...

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  6. Chicago Bears: Live Blogging Marc Trestman's Introductory News Conference

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  7. Australian Open 2013: Predicting When Each Star Will Fall This Tournament

    It’s well known in men’s tennis that the big four of Novak Djokovic , Rafael Nadal , Roger Federer and Andy Murray have dominated the ATP for the last four years...

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  8. James Blake and Donald Young Set to Meet in Aussie Qualifier Second Round

    The past of American tennis meets what at one time was presumed as the future when James Blake and Donald Young will face off in the second round of qualifying at the Australian Open...

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  9. Ranking the 10 Biggest Tennis Stories of 2012

    2012 saw the ascension of Andy Murray truly giving the ATP a big four, Rafael Nadal missing have the season, the retirement of two of the biggest stars from the ATP and WTA and one of the greatest upsets in tennis history...

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  10. Breeders' Cup Entries: Complete List of Horses for Classic Race

    For the first time, the Breeders' Cup is headed to prime time. The $5 million Classic is able to benefit from the evening start because this year’s Breeders' Cup is being held at Santa Anita...

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  11. Breeders' Cup 2012 TV Schedule: Complete Coverage Guide for Final Races

    After a day of upsets on Friday, there is a lot to look forward to on Saturday in the Breeders' Cup. Saturday’s coverage will begin on the NBC Sports Network at 2:30pm ET...

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  12. Best Tennis Players by Decade Since the 1930's

    The growth of tennis since the 1930’s has seen the sport go from one dominated by amateurs to the Open Era that began in 1968. Tennis has changed arguably more than any other sport...

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  13. Tennis' Biggest One-Hit Wonders During the Open Era

    Tennis thrives on its legendary players. In the Open Era, multiple Grand Slam players and players that dominate the sport have been what bring the fans, television ratings and the interest...

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  14. The 25 Best Tennis Rivalries in the Open Era

    This has often been referred to as the Golden Age of tennis. On the men's side, we have seldom seen as many great players as we do now. Never has there been a triumvirate like Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic ...

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  15. US Open 2012: Where to Watch the Men's Rain Delayed Final

    For the fifth consecutive year, the Men’s Final will be delayed a day by rain. Monday’s Men’s final will begin at 4 p.m. EDT and be televised on CBS. The Tennis Channel is scheduled to re-air the Men’s Final on Tuesday at 9 p...

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  16. US Open Tennis 2012: Rain Pushes Back Women's Final and Men's Semis and Final

    For the fifth year in a row at the U.S. Open, the men’s final will be played on Monday. The women’s final is being delayed a day for the fourth time in five years...

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  17. US Open 2012: Revised Rain Schedule for Day 10

    The rain created havoc on the schedule during Day Nine of the US Open. A three hour rain delay in the late afternoon pushed many matches into the night. After about an hour of play on Tuesday night, the rain resumed and play was finally suspended...

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  18. US Open Tennis 2012: How Surprising Outcomes Shake Up Bracket

    The 2012 US Open has not produced the type of earth-shattering upset that can occur in a Grand Slam. The 128-player draw allows players that are not ranked high enough to get their chance to face higher ranked opponents and improve their ranking...

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  19. US Open Tennis 2012: Will the 5 Favorites Continue to Dominate?

    Upsets are often the buzz that drives the talk of any tournament, but it is the favorites that bring ratings. The Grand Slams are no different. The 2012 U.S...

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  20. Andy Roddick Retiring: The 10 Greatest Moments of His Storied Tennis Career

    For the majority of his career, Andy Roddick was the top-ranked American player in tennis. Furthermore, in spite of his often ornery personality, he was very popular with American tennis fans...

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  21. US Open Tennis 2012 TV Schedule: Channel and Time Listing For Top Weekend Action

    The first weekend of a Grand Slam is what generally separates the contenders from the pretenders. It’s often referred to as moving weekend...

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  22. US Open Tennis 2012 TV Schedule: Wednesday's Full Match Schedule for Top Stars

    Day three at the US Open will feature some of the sports' biggest stars. The Stadium Courts, Ashe and Armstrong will be the center of attention and where the buzz is. ESPN2 will televise the open from 1-11 p...

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  23. US Open Tennis 2012: 5 Favorites on Upset Alert

    The 128-player draw creates the David vs. Goliath matchups that even the NCAA Tournament cannot match. Some of the biggest upsets in tennis history happen at the slams because the ...

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  24. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Where to Watch the Men's Final on Replay

    The matchup of Andy Murray against Roger Federer in the gentlemen’s final is one of the most anticipated in Wimbledon history. Tickets are going for as high as just under $8000...

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  25. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Where to Watch the Men's Semifinals

    For the first time, the men’s semifinals of Wimbledon will be televised live across the continental United States. ESPN is in the first year of a 12-year exclusive agreement for the American broadcast rights...

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