As we begin to gear up for the spring months, that means the arrival of some of the most exciting sporting events of the calendar year. The NCAA Tournament is in full swing, the upcoming Major League Baseball regular season is only a couple of weeks ... Forbes.com, 2 days ago
This week's Throwback Thursday from the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum stops the clock on the shortest Ladies' Singles final... On a rain-soaked Saturday 8 July 1922, Suzanne Lenglen and Molla Mallory prepared to meet in the Ladies' Singles final.Noodls, 1 week ago
MELBOURNE -- Five quick thoughts from Day 9 at the Australian Open: 1. Maybe Rafael Nadal was on to something when he dismissed his chances of winning. Looking listless and lacking in timing, Nadal fell to Tomas Berdych in straight sets. Credit ...SI.com, 1 month ago
Serena Williams has revealed how she feared her celebrated career was over four years and six grand slam titles ago. Now the all-conquering world No.1 isn't ruling out crowning her extraordinary comeback from life-threatening illness with a rare ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
Bouchard Talks Win, GoalsEugenie Bouchard discusses her career goals, coming into the Australian Open with no coach and her fourth-round win over Irina-Camelia Begu at the Australian Open.Tags: Tennis, espnW, Eugenie Bouchard, Maria Sharapova, Irina ...ESPN.com, 2 months ago
A few days ago, Maria Sharapova was safely locked in the jaws of defeat. But she pried them open and jumped out, and it now appears that it will be very hard to stop her at the Australian Open. Someday, a bearded, wise man will wander in from ...ABC News, 2 months ago
From 1912 to 1934, The Championships played host to one of the greatest Doubles Champions of the early Twentieth Century. Born in California in 1892, Elizabeth Ryan was a force to be reckoned with. Throughout her career she won a total of 30 titles, ...Noodls, 2 months ago
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