Ernie Vandeweghe, the former New York Knicks player and father of former NBA star Kiki Vandeweghe and pro tennis player CoCo Vandeweghe, has died. He was 86. The death was confirmed Sunday by the NBA through its NBA history Twitter feed and by ... Miami Herald, 1 month ago
Ex-NBA star Vandeweghe dies - Saudi Gazette, 1 month ago
Ernie Vandeweghe balanced medical career while playing for Knicks - Globe and Mail, 1 month ago
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Previewing the American players' prospects for the U.S. Open, which begins next Monday: Serena Williams: There's a segment of the tennis media that doesn't believe a word she says at any time, so there was a fair amount of skepticism over her ...SI.com, 1 day ago
That's it, I give up. In the wake of rampant chaos in the women's draw, I was hoping at least Francesca Schiavone could hold up her end, just to preserve the elements of style and panache in a U.S. Open gone bland. No such luck; the gallant ...SI.com, 1 day ago
There was a time when the U.S. Open could act independently of the majors on scheduling issues, counting on the tournament's decidedly American flavor and the notion that sports fans build an entire weekend around "Super Saturday." When is ...SI.com, 1 day ago
This has been quite a tournament for the ethics of motivation. While a number of men have departed the Australian Open with their dignity in tatters, Venus Williams defined herself as never before. There's nothing necessarily wrong with a ...SI.com, 1 day ago
I'm not sure how many people asked for it -- at last count, I believe it was 18 -- but here we are in the middle of the tennis Silly Season. Just when you thought the U.S. Open was such a fabulous venue for closure, onward we go to Beijing, ...SI.com, 1 day ago
Olympic tennis wasn't a terribly popular subject around the Stanford tournament last week. Players were forced to make a ridiculously quick turnaround from Wimbledon, and the original entry list was hardly recognizable after the withdrawals of ...SI.com, 1 day ago
WELLINGTON: Former top-ranked Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams will open their 2015 tennis seasons at the ASB Classic in Auckland from Jan 5. The No. 1-ranked doubles combination of Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani will also start the new season ...DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago Wozniacki opens 2015 in NZ The Witness, 3 weeks ago Wozniacki, Williams confirm 2015 starts Yahoo! News South Africa, 3 weeks ago Wozniacki, Venus open 2015 in NZ News24, 3 weeks ago
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The New Zealand tennis player, Marina Erakovic, has made it into the main draw for the ASB Classic tournament in Auckland in January. Marina Erakovic Photo: Photosport At 77 in the world, Erakovic is the lowest ranked player in the main draw ...Radio New Zealand, 3 weeks ago ASB Classic Full Field welcomes five Top 30 players Scoop, 3 weeks ago ASB Classic announce 'one of the best fields ever' Yahoo!Xtra, 3 weeks ago
Five top 30 women's tennis players, including Caroline Wozniacki, Sara Errani, Sloane Stephens and Venus Williams, will play in next year's ASB Classic, expected to be one of the strongest ever. The complete lineup for the January tournament in ...Stuff.co.nz, 3 weeks ago
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