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Swiss win tennis silver and gymnastics bronze in Rio

The pair were playing for the first time together in Rio (Keystone) Martina Hingis and Timea Bacsinszky are contenting themselves with taking home an Olympic silver for Switzerland after failing to win the Rio women's doubles gold medal match. ... Swiss Info, 1 week ago
Swiss win tennis doubles silver in Rio Expatica Switzerland, 1 week ago

Murray's Olympic dreams

The Olympic Games holds fond memories for Andy Murray, who will head to Rio with high hopes of retaining his gold medal from London four years ago. Murray will be joined by Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal while Serena Williams, the undisputed ...
 Sky Sports2 weeks ago Will Andy Murray defend his London gold at this summer's Rio Olympics?  Sky Sports3 weeks ago

Top storylines: Djokovic, Serena searching for golden moments

Djokovic: Part of a big Olympic family (0:49) Novak Djokovic reflects on the overall experience of being an Olympian. (0:49) 1:07 PM ET After a string of withdrawals from the Rio tennis field, we can finally concentrate on who will be there.
 ESPN.com2 weeks ago

How gold helped save Andre Agassi's career

Andre Agaasi is one of only two players (Rafael Nadal) who has won all four majors and Olympic gold. 3:43 PM GMT Peter Bodo Tennis Close Peter Bodo has been covering tennis for over 35 years, mostly recently for ESPN. He is a former WTA ...
 ESPN.co.uk3 weeks ago

Why the world's greatest tennis players have ignored the Olympics

Fact: In the Open era of men's tennis, there has been only one occasion when two Grand Slam winners have met in an Olympic final. Atlanta, 1996, Andre Agassi (USA) vs Sergi Bruguera (Spain). Not fiction. As thunderstorms delayed the start of the ...
 GQ4 weeks ago
Abu Dhabi National

Rio 2016: Winning Olympic gold isn't the zenith for likes of Federer and Nadal, winning majors is

To be or not to be? That was the question back in the 1980s, and it still is. A bit like the famous soliloquy from William Shakespeare's Hamlet , the tennis world has been agonising over her place at the Olympics ever since making a comeback to ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago
MSN News US

Olympics: Tennis 'Big Five' give Rio millionaires feel

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 22, 2016 (BSS/AFP) - Five facts on the Olympic Games tennis tournament: + Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the big four of the men's game, and Serena Williams, the undisputed superstar of the ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago Tennis 'Big Five' give Rio millionaires feel  Times of India1 month ago Tennis Big Five give Rio millionaires feel  Citizen.co.za1 month ago
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Stosur draws on Olympic memories for Rio

, 1:54 pm Australia's high-profile men are skipping Rio, but Samantha Stosur was never going to turn down the chance of a fourth trip to the Olympics. "Any opportunity you've got to be in the Australian team - in tennis or any sport - you ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago
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Sunday Tribune

Golfers may rue pulling out of Rio

Backpagepix SA's Louis Oosthuizen (pictured) and Charl Schwartzel have said they couldnt be in Rio in August due to scheduling and family reasons. Photo: Christiaan Kotze Durban If the Zika virus is as bad as some would-be Olympians fear it is, ...
 Sunday Tribune1 month ago
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