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Australian Open: Stan Wawrinka's great escape, another Serena Williams rally

Wawrinka escapes, Serena rallies in Australia

(CNN) - At the 1994 U.S. Open, John McEnroe said he would commentate on his head if Jan Siemerink won a fourth-set tiebreak after falling behind 6-0 to fellow Dutchman Richard Krajicek. Guess what? It happened. Siemerink claimed the next eight ... Channel4000, 2 days ago
Wawrinka's great escape, Serena rallies, 2 days ago

Edmund & Broady win in qualification

Britons Kyle Edmund and Liam Broady are within two matches of the Australian Open main draw after winning on their debut in the qualifying event. Edmund, 20, beat France's Tristan Lamasine 6-4 6-2 and faces American Austin Krajicek - a distant ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

Tennis time in Chennai again

Margazhi is time for music in Chennai. And, it is also time for tennis. The ATP tournament in the city, which kicks off the new season, is hugely popular among the players and has drawn the best in the business over the years. The tournament's ...
 News Today3 weeks ago

Mauresmo deserves Hall honor

No one tells the French Open story of Amelie Mauresmo , for there is little to tell. It's a painful saga of unfulfillment, all about a wondrously talented woman who never found glory in the palace of her dreams. I'd imagine that Mauresmo ...
 SI.com1 month ago

Federer's excuses, dismissive remarks at Wimby invite criticism

A few years ago at Wimbledon, during the peak of his reign, Roger Federer admitted that he liked to read the newspapers. He'd get up nice and early in London and buy a stack, just to see what was being written about him. About 10 daily newspapers ...
 SI.com1 month ago

In Grand Slam arms race, U.S. Open has fallen hopelessly behind pace

The U.S. Open opened Arthur Ashe Stadium to great fanfare in 1997, a state-of-the-art facility that seemed to represent everything great about big-time tennis in New York. In truth, it was never that great. It was too big, almost comically so, ...
 SI.com1 month ago

Cliffhanging Flyers have Hawks right where they want them

PHILADELPHIA -- For the Chicago Blackhawks, the security threat level is distinctly orange. In a Stanley Cup Final with little rhyme, reason and goaltending, there is no reason to suspect that the Hawks' joyride two days ago was anything more than ...
 SI.com1 month ago

Tennis at The Palace 'must-attend' UAE event after Tim Henman inclusion

Tennis at The Palace is hitting the UAE capital from March 12 to 14, 2015 and there will be an array of grass court legends including Tim Henman competing. It has been announced that Fortnum & Mason are the headline sponsor of the event where ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago

Andy Murray participates in 42nd ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament

Andy Murray, winner of a.o. Wimbledon, US Open and the Olympics, returns to Rotterdam in 2015 to participate in the 42nd ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament. Murray is the fourth player out of the top-10 of the ATP World Rankings after Stanislas ...
 Noodls2 months ago

'Scud' hopes CTL will unearth an Indian champ

HYDERABAD: At 38, the powerful 'Scud' has lost a lot of his sting but not his charm. Mark Philippoussis, who in his hey days, had a fair share of romantic liaisons, seems to have put all that behind him as he enjoys the bliss of married life in San ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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