1. Svetlana Kuznetsova Beats the Safina Show for the French Open Title

    "I'm sorry I played better than you." Svetlana Kuznetsova told Dinara Safina on the awards podium today after beating her 6-4, 6-2 in the French Open final. It may have come out wrong, but I think Kuzy summed it up best...

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  2. Super Svetlana Kuznetsova Wins The Championship

    “I’m sorry I played better than you.” Svetlana Kuznetsova told Dinara Safina on the awards podium today after beating her 6-4, 6-2 in the French Open final. It may have come out wrong, but I think Kuzy summed it up best...

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  3. 2009 French Open: Women's Draw

    “If I continue like this I have a very good chance here (at Roland Garros).” No sh*t, Dinara! Safina has a 14-1 record on clay this season and the added confidence of being World No...

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  4. 2009 French Open: Men's Draw Preview

    If you filled in your Roland Garros drawsheets this morning, you probably had an easy time at the top of the men’s: Nadal, Nadal, Nadal, Nadal, Nadal, uh, Nadal...

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  5. Roger Federer to Rafael Nadal: Thanks, But No Thanks

    No. 1 Fedophile, Rafael Nadal, nominated Roger Federer to receive the 2009 Prince of Asturias Award for Sports. The Spanish award is intended to "acknowledge scientific, technical, cultural, ...

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  6. Tennis Fan Confessions: What, Me Worry?

    It's not just me, right? I assume that all tennis fans have an ongoing list of tennis worries compiling in their heads...

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  7. Pop Quiz: How does Dinara Safina Rank as the New World No. 1?

    It’s official: with Serena Williamslosing in Marbella, Spain yesterday to 95th-ranked Klara Zakopalova, the WTA has announced that Dinara Safina will be the new No. 1 player in the world, as of April 20...

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  8. SONY Ericsson Open Wrap:Thank God the Hard Court Season Is Over

    In the words of Roger Federer, "Thank God the hard court season is over." I jest, of course! I love this part of the tennis season—the grueling back-to-back combined Masters/Premier level events in Indian Wells and Miami...

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  9. A Federer Fan Confesses: I'm Sad Andy Roddick Lost to Roger in Miami

    Yes, it's true. I, Freakyfrites, self-described Fedophile, worshiper of all things Roger and frequent flier on the Federer Express, am miffed that my hero beat Andy Roddick Wednesday night in the quarterfinals of the Sony Ericsson Open...

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  10. Baby Federer Bets: Rafael Federer Winning Wimbledon in 2035

    Tennis Talk had a hilarious report today on the always entertaining world of London bookmakers and their odds-making on the future Baby Fed (click here for article.)...

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  11. What Larry Scott Is Leaving Behind In The World Tennis Legacy

    Larry Scott, WTA CEO, announced his resignation today, and will soon become the commissioner of the NCAA Pac-10 Conference...

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  12. Larry Scott Resigns from WTA Tour to Join Pac-10 (Second Update)

    The news never stops in tennisland! Tennis.com reports that WTA CEO Larry Scott, who was famously embattled in last month’s Dubai visa debacle, will be leaving the tennis ...

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  13. NADAL AND IVANOVIC MAKE A FINE COUPLE - BABY RAFANA BONUS! *UPDATED WITH VIDEO*

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  14. Uncle Toni: Rafael Nadal Is Two Levels Below Federer

    Now this is interesting! Rafael Nadal’s coach, Uncle Toni, famous for his humility, canny coaching and insistence that Rafa play left-handed as a kid, went on Spanish radio on Monday to talk GOAT...

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  15. COACH BODO ON FEDERER'S SLIDE: PRIDE GOETH BEFORE THE FALL

    It’s becoming a weekly tradition: shocking Federer news followed by an opinion piece by Peter Bodo. Bodo is definitely a closeted Fedophile - he worries about Roger’s future just as much as any die hard Fed fan does...

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  16. KIM CLIJSTERS “COMEBACK” PRESS CONFERENCE TOMORROW

    Kim Clijsters is holding a press conference tomorrow in Bree, Belgium, and fans will finally know how serious talk of her tennis comeback really is. The rumor mill has been on overdrive for weeks, as the one time U...

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  17. INDIAN WELLS REPORT: NADAL, ZVONAREVA RIDE THE WIND TO VICTORY

    Sorry for the cheesy headline - sometimes I can’t resist. The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for the Indian Wells area this weekend - winds were reported at over 60 m...

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  18. Fox Sports Network Sucks

    To all my friends watching tennis in the States - do you share my intense, undying hatred of Fox Sports Network? Here’s the story: I was looking forward to watching the Nadal vs...

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  19. Maria Sharapova Out of Miami: Is She Destined to Be Dementieva?

    It’s official. The WTA Tour announced today that Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the upcoming Sony Ericsson Open tournament in Miami. She won’t be playing doubles, either...

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  20. Making Babies with Federer, Nadal, Sharapova, Serena, et al

    With news of Roger Federer’s impending fatherhood dominating the headlines, we couldn’t resist making some babies of our own...

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  21. Indian Wells Report: Fedophiles and Rafanatics

    While scoping out the Indian Wells practice courts on Saturday, I met a phalanx of battle-tested tennis fans dressed in telltale red and white regalia...

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  22. Indian Wells Report: Cruising the Practice Courts

    In case you didn’t catch this at Down the Line a couple days ago, I’m re-posting my Indian Wells practice court report here...

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  23. Kim Clijsters Closer to a Comeback

    Reuters reported yesterday that 2005 U.S. Open champ Kim Clijsters may be considering a comeback beyond the upcoming Wimbledon “new roof” exo and World Team Tennis gigs that are already in the works...

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  24. Who Will Win Indian Wells: Nadal vs. Federer Edition

    The men’s singles draw is out for Indian Wells, the first Masters 1000 of the year. Boy, am I excited! LOOK OUT FOR Nadal vs. Berdych and Djokovic vs. Stepanek in the round of 16...

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  25. Indian Wells Women's Preview

    With the Williams sisters steering clear of Indian Wells, it’s all Serbs and Russians (minus budding doubles specialist Maria Sharapova) heading up the singles draw. Something tells me Safina, Jelena, et...

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