1. Roger Federer: What Opponents Must Do to Beat Fed

    In his quest for another Wimbledon, Roger Federer has been looking like a very good contender. His solid play has been hard to match and nearly impossible to find an answer to...

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  2. Wimbledon 2012 Scores: Breaking Down Monday's Action

    As the seventh day of Wimbledon 2012 comes to an end, tennis fans were yet again treated to an action-packed day full of surprises. The weather served as a major factor, forcing the suspension of play in several matches...

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  3. Wimbledon 2012: Essential Guide to This Weekend's Tennis Action

    After the first week of tennis is complete, there are several storylines heading into the first weekend. With suspended play and key upsets, Wimbledon 2012 has certainly lived up to the hype that it created...

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  4. Baltimore Ravens: What Sets Ray Rice Apart from Other NFL Running Backs?

    Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was a dominant factor last season. The fourth-year player out of Rutgers rushed for more than 1,300 yards on nearly 300 attempts and crossed the goal line 12 times...

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  5. South Carolina Football: 10 Goals for the Gamecocks in 2012

    After winning a school-record 11 games last season, the South Carolina football team has set themselves a high bar and created a tough act to follow. Within the past couple of seasons, the program has turned a corner and is no longer looked down upon...

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  6. Euro 2012 Results: Biggest Scapegoats for Crushing Losses

    As the group stage of Euro 2012 concluded, eight teams and many star players were sent home. Even though their overall records did not allow them a pass into the quarterfinal round, each team had their own players who individually performed well...

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  7. England vs. Italy Euro 2012: Key Players to Watch in the Quarterfinal Clash

    As England and Italy prepare to meet in the final match of the quarterfinal round, there are many factors that will determine the outcome and who will continue their pursuit of a championship...

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  8. Wimbledon 2012: 5 Storylines Heading into the Championships

    As the first week of the world's oldest tennis tournament approaches, several players have been in the news. Early exits in preparation tournaments, key injuries and weather conditions are just a few of the stories highlighting the tennis news...

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  9. London Games 2012: 5 Reasons Novak Djokovic Will Struggle at Olympics

    After his disappointing play at the French Open, Novak Djokovic is looking to rebound at the All England Club. He has a few tournaments to prepare before the London games to get his swagger back...

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  10. Baltimore Ravens: Why the Offense Must Be New Focal Point of Team in 2012

    The Baltimore Ravens are coming off of an impressive 2011 season. Winning the AFC North and being one missed field goal away from making it to the Super Bowl, the Ravens looked strong and poised and are ready to make another run...

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  11. Heat vs. Thunder: Highlighting Role Players Who Must Step Up in Game 3

    After an exciting two games in Oklahoma City, the 2012 NBA Finals shifts to Game 3 and moves to Miami. The stars for both teams have delivered so far...

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  12. US Open Golf 2012: Analyzing the Most Polarizing Golfers in the Tournament

    As the 2012 US Open heads into Sunday, it has once again shown golf fans why it is one of the most prestigious tournaments. With many big names missing the cut, new doors have been opened for others to step up and shine through...

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  13. Rafael Nadal: Why the Spaniard Will Struggle to Win Gold at 2012 Olympics

    Rafael Nadal 's victory over Novak Djokovic in the 2012 French Open marked his first Grand Slam victory in a year. It ended his three slam-final losing streak against the world's No...

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  14. Baltimore Ravens: Game-by-Game Stat Predictions for RB Ray Rice

    Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had an incredible season last year. The fourth-year player out of Rutgers had over 1,300 rushing yards and nearly 300 attempts. He also cashed in on 12 touchdowns...

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  15. French Open 2012: Why Novak Djokovic Will Benefit from the Rain Delay

    A second rain delay was called in the fourth round of the 2012 French Open Men's final. No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal is up two sets, but No.1 Novak Djokovic rattled off eight straight games to take the third set and lead in the fourth...

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  16. French Open 2012: 5 Players Who Will Break onto the Scene After a Strong French

    As another chapter in the Grand Slam book closes, there were many new storylines that unfolded. Old names fell and new names rose. The 2012 French Open and Roland Garros has introduced the tennis world to some new players...

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  17. Nadal vs. Djokovic: 4 Ways Nole Can Get Back into the French Open Final

    The score of the 2012 French Open Men's Final may indicate it has been close, but in reality, Rafael Nadal has been showcasing once again why he is the "King of Clay." The No. 2 seed is up 6-4, 5-3 over the first-seeded Novak Djokovic ...

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  18. French Open 2012: What Novak Djokovic Must Do to Become Greatest Player Ever

    Novak Djokovic has proven he can basically do it all. In 2011, he went 70-6 and won ten titles, including two Grand Slams. So far in 2012, he is 30-5 and won two titles, including one Grand Slam...

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  19. 5 Numbers Ray Lewis Must Reach for Baltimore Ravens to Win Super Bowl in 2012

    Plagued with offseason free agency losses, contract holdouts and injuries, the Baltimore Ravens are limping into the 2012 OTAs. As the heart and soul of the team, Ray Lewis will now be depended on and looked to more than ever...

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  20. Roger Federer: Who Will Give Fed-Ex the Most Trouble This Year?

    After an impressive four rounds so far in Paris, Roger Federer has shown that he is ready to make a promising run. He has played against some sound opponents this tournament and remained composed under pressure, only dropping three sets in total...

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  21. French Open 2012: TV Schedule

    As the 2012 French Open heads into today's matches, here is the TV schedule and what matches to look for. Early morning coverage begins at 5 a.m. on the Tennis Channel and continues to 12 p...

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  22. French Open 2012: Analyzing Top Breakout Stars

    As the 2012 French Open concludes its first week of action, there are many names left in the draw that were both expected and unexpected...

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  23. French Open 2012 Results: How Today's Outcomes Will Affect Tomorrow's Matches

    After five days of competition, the 2012 French Open has certainly delivered. With its share of long and hard-fought matches, there were many storylines developed that headline the remainder of the week and heading into next week...

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  24. NBA Power Rankings: Who Are the Association's Best PGs?

    Point guard is arguably the most important position on the basketball court. He must act as the leader and the commander and be both selfish and selfless...

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  25. 5 Predictions for the Americans in the 2012 French Open

    Traditionally, American players struggle on clay surfaces, while European players excel on it. If recent records or showings are of any indication, the best the Americans can hope for is that one of their players actually show up and compete...

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