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Watch French Open Live Streaming 2015 Now !!!!

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 Shruti Panday (May 18, 2015)  The actual France Open up, the other with the several Tennis games Major Tournaments, receives underway with May 26th. Here’s the best way to experience the activity live France Open up football on the net from the Ough. Utes. ESPN plus the Tennis games Channel will probably take care of a lot of their early round coverage along with NBC walking set for many of the few days .. (Tennis)

Tennis Betting Tips – Toronto Masters throws Unexpected Results

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 Mohit Jain (August 09, 2014)  Like in any sports there can be some huge surprises in Tennis too and that’s we have seen at the Toronto Masters Tennis tournament that’s currently underway in Toronto. For punters who would bet on Novak Djokovic the current Wimbledon Champion winning his 3rd round match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France were in for a shock. Yes, Novak lost his match to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga . (Tennis)

Sportsman of the Year, Novak Djokovic

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 Chandra Mohan (February 27, 2012)  Novak Djokovic, the latest sensation in the world of men's tennis has been grabbing headlines with his remarkable wins. This Serbian tennis player has been the world number 1 since July 2011. He recently defeated Rafael Nadal again in the Australian open. The 24-year-old owns 5 Grand Slam singles titles. Born on 22 May 1987, Novak is the cusp of Taurus and Gemini. Athletic and .. (Tennis)

Speed, Agiliy and Quickness For Tennis (Beginner) - Preview

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 Michael Farrington (December 04, 2011)  Speed, Agility and Quickness – Beginner SAFETY FIRST The most important aspect of every training program, whatever the goal, is SAFETY. Personally, if a player comes to me and wants to prepare for a big tournament in a couple months and I have a choice between over-training or under-training that player, I will pick under-training every time. That does not mean they show up on the . (Tennis)

How To Build A Tennis Specific Tennis Fitness Program

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 Michael Farrington (December 01, 2011)  How To Build A Tennis Specific Fitness Program All the best athletes in the world share one common trait: they all have a program. They have a tennis program to help develop their games throughout the year and they all have a fitness program built on the same goal. Some have trainers, some do not, but they all know what they need to do every practice to improve their game and prepare .. (Tennis)

Australian Open Tickets to the Australian Open 2012 Grand Slam Event

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 Nir Zilberman (August 03, 2011)  Whether you've been to a huge sports event or not and whether you're a sport fan or not I have one special event you must experience at least once in your life time and that's the Australian Open Grand Slam tennis event. Experience the best tennis matches in the world and witness the best tennis players in the world meters from you with thousands of fans from all over the world, .. (Tennis)

Wimbledon 2011 seeds announced, Nadal and Wozniacki top seeds

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 Neil Jhonson (June 16, 2011)  THE MUCH-awaited seeds for Wimbledon 2011 have been announced. Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark have been given top seed in Men’s and Women’s singles category respectively. The competition is all set to start on June 20 and end on July 3. Djokovic, Federer, Murray, Soderling have been seeded second, third, fourth and fifth respectively in the .. (Tennis)

US Open Tickets - Grand Slam Tennis at its Best

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 Nir Zilberman (April 03, 2011)  The tennis season includes many tournaments around the globe, but only 4 major tournaments that each player dreams of winning since he was a little boy that only started playing tennis. These major championships are called Grand Slams. These championships are no ordinary tournaments and that is because all best players arrive there in full shape, mentally and physically, ready to storm . (Tennis)

Learning Spanish the Fast and the Easy Way

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 Jean Shaver (April 01, 2011)  Have you ever wanted to try and to learn Spanish? If you have then you have to be congratulated as you are one step closer to speaking a second language. The second step of course is to actually learn t and there are plenty of ways that you can get to go about this. One of the best ways to learn Spanish is to go fly off to Spain and live there. This way, you sort of get a crash course .. (Tennis)

Roland Garros - Experience Grand Slam Tennis

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 Nir Zilberman (March 11, 2011)  Have you ever been to France? Paris? I'm sure I don't have to tell you there is a lot to do there, a lot see and experience, the city of love, the city of lights. But apart from everything you know about, I want to talk to you about an experience you didn't think of before but you should - The Roland Garros Grand Slam. You see, we all remember great events and experiences we had in .. (Tennis)

Grand Slam Betting

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 Jean Shaver (January 14, 2011)  Grand Slam Tennis Betting Held the first month of every year, the Australian Open started in the year 2010, on January 18th to the 31st. They hold the tournaments at either two courts; it was either at Vodafone Arena or at the Rod Laver. Gamblers prefer the Vodafone Arena because they say the plexi-cushion that’s used in both courts the ball “acts funny” in the Rod .. (Tennis)

Roland Garros- Federer Advances to Quarterfinals after Beating Wawrinka

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 A. White (June 01, 2010)  The world number one, Roger Federer, eliminated compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka in the second round of Roland Garros. Federer won on Sunday in straight sets 6-3, 7-6, 6-2, in one hour and 56 minutes in Philippe Chatrier center course of Roland Garros. After overcoming the first three rounds at Roland Garros without dropping a set, Stanislas Wawrinka was hoping to play an excellent game .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Fernando Gonzalez has a good start at Roland Garros and Advances to Second Round

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 A. White (May 27, 2010)  The Chilean tennis player, Fernando Gonzalez, a semifinalist at Roland Garros in 2009, defeated this Monday May 24th in the first round of the Roland Garros, the Brazilian Thiago Alves with a score of 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in two hours and 17 minutes. Gonzalez, who is ranked 13th in the ATP rankings, had not played a match since losing in the first round of Barcelona, against the Spanish .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Nadal Won Madrid Open after Beating Federer in Final

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 A. White (May 19, 2010)  The Spaniard Rafael Nadal won the 1000 ATP Tennis Masters Madrid after beating Roger Federer in straight sets 6-4 7-6 (7 / 5) on Sunday. In the process, Nadal established his record as the player with the most tournament wins on clay, with 18 titles. He is also the first player in history to win in the same year at Monte Carlo, Rome and Madrid, the three major clay tournaments before .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Nadal beats Ferrer and wins Roma Masters

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 A. White (May 04, 2010)  Despite two interruptions due to rain, Rafael Nadal was able to maintain his concentration to win his fifth title in six years at the Rome Masters, defeating compatriot David Ferrer with a score of 7-5, 6-2 in Sunday’s game. The win, combined with his recent victory at Monte Carlo, demonstrates that Nadal is the best player on clay at the moment, tying the historical record of .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Nadal Wins Sixth Consecutive Title in Monte Carlo after Beating Verdasco

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 A. White (April 21, 2010)  The world No.3, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal, won the Monte Carlo Masters final this past Sunday, with an emphatic 6-0, 6-1 against compatriot Fernando Verdasco. This is his sixth consecutive title at this event and also the end of his tournament losing streak. Nadal hasn’t won any titles in the last 11 months; the last tournament he won was at the Roma Masters in May 2009. This most . (Tennis)

Brief History of Tennis Major Events

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 Victoria Ellison (April 05, 2010)  There are four Slam tennis championships, or Majors: Wimbledon, the US Open, Australian Open and French Open. The term Grand Slam means the victory in all four tournaments gained by a player or a doubles team in the same year. A Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam is four consecutive wins, but not in the same year; a Career Grand Slam is winning all four at some point of a player’s .. (Tennis)

Tennis WTA- Jelena Jankovic Won her First Title of the Year at Indian Wells

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 A. White (March 25, 2010)  Jelena Jankovic of Serbia took her first title of the season at Indian Wells after defeating Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki. Jankovic, sixth-seeded and former world No. 1, overcame Woznicacki, second favorite, 6-2, 6-4, in an hour and 25 minutes. The record of the clashes between the two now stands at 4-0. The Indian Wells title was the 12th in 22 finals for Jankovick, who will now . (Tennis)

A Closer Look To The Tennis Ball Machines

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 Brandon Seagal (March 23, 2010)  To turn on being a professional tennis player you should practice as long as viable. In the tennis sport there are a lot of proficient tennis sportsmen so as with no an additional preparation one can't perform very much development. Although if you are trained by a coach, many times you have to practice on your own and that's not achievable in devoid of a tennis ball machine. It is the .. (Tennis)

The Origins of Tennis Game and Tennis Tournaments

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 Victoria Ellison (January 27, 2010)  The origins of any game of racket and ball including tennis are traditionally credited to 11th or 12th century French game paume which was played with the hand and later advanced into jeu be paume with the use of rackets. However, not all historians agree on this, there is a theory that the word tennis comes from the name of Tinnis, a town in ancient Egypt, and the word racket – .. (Tennis)

Australian Open- Federer Advances to Quarterfinals after Beating Lleyton Hewitt

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 A. White (January 27, 2010)  Swiss tennis player Roger Federer continued his winning streak on Monday, defeating Lleyton Hewitt and qualifying for the Australian Open’s quarterfinals for the seventh consecutive year. The world number 1 showed his best game against his old rival, reaching a 6-2, 6-3, 6-4 victory in less than two hours in front of a packed Rod Laver Arena. Hewitt, the last local player at the .. (Tennis)

US Open- Unseeded Kim Clijsters Makes History after Obtaining US Open Title

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 A. White (September 17, 2009)  Just five weeks after returning from a “retirement” that lasted more than two years, the Belgian player Kim Clijsters made history in the US Open after beating Danish ninth seed Caroline Wozniacki in the US Open final 7-5, 6-3. The title is Clijster’s second in her career – she won her first in the 2005 US Open – and the first she has received as a mother .. (Tennis)

US Open- Murray Goes to Fourth Round after Beating Dent

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 A. White (September 09, 2009)  After struggling in the second round of the tournament, British player and second-seeded Andy Murray was able to overwhelm American wildcard Taylor Dent with a 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 match in the third round of the US Open. This is the sixth consecutive tournament in which Murray has qualified for the fourth round; in fact, the Scott may be aiming to become the first British citizen since 1936 .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Andy Murray Wins Rogers Cup after Beating del Potro

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 A. White (August 19, 2009)  After defeating Jo-Wildried Tsonga in the Rogers Cup semifinals on Saturday, the Scottish Andy Murray faced Juan Martin del Potro in the final. Both players had a strong game but in the end the Scot defeated the Argentine 6-7, 7-6, 6-1. The title was the fifth for Murray, who, with 50 wins, is having a great year. The victory also moved him up to No. 2 in world rankings, surpassing .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Defending Champion Juan Martin Del Potro Beat Roddick in Legg Mason Classic Final

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 A. White (August 12, 2009)  After winning the Legg Mason Classic last year, the 20-year-old Argentine Juan Martin del Potro repeated the feat this year after defeating the American Andy Roddick 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (6) during a hot Sunday. This title is Del Potro’s second this year and the sixth of his professional career. With this triumph, Del Potro is the first player since Andre Agassi to win the Legg Mason .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis- Querrey Obtains his Second ATP Title by Winning the L.A Tennis Open Trophy

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 A. White (August 05, 2009)  Sam Querrey, a 21-year-old American now ranked at No. 26 in the world, obtained his second ATP title after beating the Australian Carsten Ball with a score of 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 in the LA Tennis Open. The LA Open was Querrey’s third final in three weeks, but the American was unable to garner a victory until this last tournament. A runner-up at Newport and Indianapolis, Querrey lost .. (Tennis)

Sports Tile Surfaces Promote Exercise Among Children And Adolescents

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 David Guerrette (July 25, 2009)  Remember when children actually went outside to play? It seems like a long time ago, long before video games, the Internet, and television became accepted substitutes for actual activity. The result of this inactivity is that kids today are heavier and unhealthier than ever. At Flex Court Athletics we believe that if you're children won't get off the couch and onto the courts, then it's . (Tennis)

US Open Tennis Tournament, Us Open Championships History, US Open Venues, About Us Open.

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 Bhargava Aloori (July 16, 2009)  US Open Tennis Tournament Introduction: US Open Tennis Championship is one among the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments. The US Open Grand Slam: * The US Open Tennis Tournament is the final event of the Grand Slam of the year. * US Open take place during the month of August and September every year. * US Open Tennis undergoes for two weeks. * The US Open is played at the USTA Billie .. (Tennis)

Wimbledon - Federer Obtains the Glory by Winning his 15th Grand Slam

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 A. White (July 09, 2009)  The 27-year-old Swiss, Roger Federer, obtained the glory this past Sunday, after beating Andy Roddick in an electrifying final at Wimbledon 5-7, 7-6(8-6), 7-6(7-5), 3-6, 16-14. The match was 4 hours and 18 minutes long and was exciting from the beginning through the end. Both players played incredibly, but Roddick was too anxious in his 15th serve of the fifth set, and this lead it to .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis - Haas Wins the Gerry Weber Open after Beating Djokovic

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 A. White (June 19, 2009)  The 31-year-old German, Tommy Haas, ranked 41, won his first ATP title in more than two years, since his last title was in Memphis on February, 2007. The local player beat the Serbian Novak Djokovic in the final of the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany this past Sunday, with a score of 6-3, 6-7(4-7), 6-1. Haas played consistently in the game and was able to get this victory, putting .. (Tennis)

French Open - Kuztnesova Beats World No.1 Safina at Roland Garros

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 A. White (June 12, 2009)  The 23-year-old Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova, world No.7, played consistently in the final of the French Open and beat the world No.1 Dinara Safina in straight sets 6-4, 6-2. Both Russians have grow playing each other, but a more determined and calmed Kuznetsova controlled his emotions to a point that for her it was just another match in which she needed to enjoy and play the game she .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis - Nadal Obtains his 5th Straight Title of Monte Carlo Masters

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 A. White (April 22, 2009)  Rafael Nadal, a Spaniard of 22 years and world No.1, won the final at the Monte Carlo Masters by beating the Serbian Novak Djokovic 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 this past Sunday in two hours and 43 minutes. This is the Spaniard’s 5th straight title in this tournament and he is now the first player to win five consecutive games in Monte Carlo. Moreover, this is also Rafa’s 27th victory at .. (Tennis)

Tennis ATP- Andy Murray obtains Sony Ericsson Open title

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 A. White (April 07, 2009)  The British of 21 years-old and No.4 of the world, Andy Murray, played in great way beating the Serbian Novak Djokovic 6-2, 7-5 in the Sony Ericsson Open final this past Sunday. The No.3 of the world, Djokovic had a hard time with the 85 degree-heat and his fitness was not at his best at one point of the match, when the Serbian had to call his trainer to check on him and it seemed that .. (Tennis)

ATP Tennis - Federer Advances to the Fourth Round of the Sony Ericsson Open

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 A. White (April 01, 2009)  The 27-year-old and seeded No.2, Roger Federer advanced to the fourth round of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami by beating the German Nicolas Keifer 6-4, 6-1. It was a great game for the Swiss, who had to play with strong winds and with a little bit of rain. However, despite all this difficulties, the Swiss played amazingly well and this win gives some more confidence in his game to the .. (Tennis)

Tennis - Sampras Out of the Seniors Tournament

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 A Nolan (December 10, 2008)  Former tennis player of 37 years-old Pete Sampras, competed in London at the seniors tournament that was held last week at the Robert Albert Hall, were he didn't reach Sunday's finals due to the fact that he was defeated by the French Cedric Pioline on Saturday's match 7-6 (7), 7-6 (5). But even despite his loss, Sampras was very happy to be back and expressed that all the memories he .. (Tennis)

Tennis Masters Cup - Frenchman Simon Beat Federer Surprisingly at Shanghai

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 Ally White (November 12, 2008)  The French of 23-years old Gilles Simon upset the No.2 of the world Roger Federer in the first game of the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai by beating him 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. This is Simon's first time at the year-end tournament and this victory surprised everyone, not only by the way he played against Federer but by proving everyone he didn't came to Shanghai to just participate, he is .. (Tennis)

Tennis Tips, Sports Psychology and Tennis - How to Have a Killer Serve

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 Jay Granat (November 11, 2008)  A big serve is a huge weapon in tennis. A powerful and accurate serve can allow you to control play, keep your opponent on the defensive and win a lot of short points. In order to serve well, you need to have reliable mechanics, an effective pre-serve routine and a range of different serves. In addition, top servers know how to disguise their serve, so their opponent can not determine .. (Tennis)

Tennis For Beginners - A Look at the History of Tennis and the Major Guidelines to Follow

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 Maxwell Costa (November 11, 2008)  Tennis is played either outdoors or indoors, with rackets and balls, by two or four people, on a court of grass or of some hard, even substance such as clay, concrete, wood composition matter, or artificial turf. Most major tennis matches are played outdoors, on either natural or artificial surfaces. Tennis is one of the world's most widely-played sports, enjoyed by players of all .. (Tennis)

Tennis Racket String - 4 Factors to Consider

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 Chris Greene (November 09, 2008)  Your tennis racket strings are just as important as your racket. But all too often we spend way too little time researching tennis strings. Many tennis players spend hours upon hours researching rackets to find the best tennis racket. They may even spend hours playing with a demo racket before purchasing it. Once they find the best tennis racket, many players go for the cheaper string .. (Tennis)

Tennis Elbow Symptoms

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 Candis Reade (November 06, 2008)  Tennis elbow is one of the commonest stress injuries of the arm. It is some sort of tendonitis that at some point affects nearly one-third of all Americans tennis players. However, tennis players are not the only victims, since any activity that involves forceful and repeated muscular contraction of the arm muscles can induce tennis elbow. Working with the tools involved in carpentry, .. (Tennis)

Female Tennis Stars

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 Candis Reade (November 06, 2008)  There are many female tennis stars around the world who have won the hearts of millions of people. The list is simply never ending, but still you can spot few female tennis players that have left special mark on the game. The history of tennis is not clear but the major grand slam events gave birth to famous female tennis stars. The female players were included in prestigious Wimbledon . (Tennis)

ATP Tennis - Andy Murray Captured the Madrid Masters Title

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 Ally White (October 22, 2008)  The No.4 of the world of 23 years old, Andy Murray, captured his fourth ATP title of the year at the Madrid Masters in Spain by beating the French and world No.10 Gilles Simons 6-4, 7-6(8/6). It was a closed game but at the end the victory was for the British player, especially after his 10 aces and saving two set points in a tiebreaker. Gilles stated that Murray took advantage of his .. (Tennis)

A Guide to Choosing the Right Tennis Racquet

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 Kristy Lee (October 21, 2008)  When choosing a tennis racquet, it's important to find equipment that is designed for your skill and playing style. The right racquet will allow you to play with more confidence and consistency. There are a few important elements to consider when choosing the optimum tennis racquet for your needs including the size and shape of the head, weight, balance, length, thickness and the .. (Tennis)

Sports Facts - Tennis

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 Alejandro Guevara Onofre (October 20, 2008)  Did you know. . . Former tennis player Bjorn Borg -Europe's best ever tennis player- is loved by the Swedish people as a baseball idol might be in the United States. Thanks to Bjorn Borg, Sweden won the Davis Cup for the first time in 1975. This former sportsman is a fan of Elvis Presley´s music. . . Australian Evonne Goolagong became the first Aboriginal sportswoman to win an .. (Tennis)

Tennis Racquets - Variations and Modifications

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 Victor Epand (October 11, 2008)  I only played tennis with my father once. At that time, he wore a white T-shirt, white shorts that came to well above his mid-thighs, white shoes and white knee socks. In his defense, he was (and still is) in very good shape, and he pulled off the look much better than most of his contemporaries could have. Of course, the crowing glory to his ensemble was his wooden, circa 1975 tennis .. (Tennis)

Why is it Called Ping Pong?

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 Bjorn Nelisse (October 06, 2008)  Table tennis evolved in Europe, the United States and Japan. Early ping pong rackets were often made of pieces of paper stretched on a frame, and the sound heard when playing ping pong gave the game its first nicknames of “Whiff-Whaff" and “Ping-Pong. " It's believed to have been invented by army officers who used rounded wine corks for balls and old cigar boxes as paddles. .. (Tennis)

Federer-Wawrinka Duo - Switzerland's Top Tennis Players

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 Claudy Beckford (September 22, 2008)  The Swiss players, world number two Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, who is currently in the ninth position in the ATP rankings, have become one of the elite tennis duos especially after the latest victory achieved in the Davis Cup World group match and the previous Gold medal obtained during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games during August. Over the six years of professional play .. (Tennis)

WTA Tour - World Top Five Leading Ladies

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 Claudy Beckford (September 19, 2008)  One week after the conclusion of this year's last grand slam in the 2008 WTA tour and with very few tournaments remaining, we find the current top five shared by two Russians, two Serbians and one American player. Both Russian players Elena Dementieva and Dinara Safina who are in the fourth and fifth position respectively and whose career breakthrough year has been the present tour .. (Tennis)

Tennis Game - Street Tennis - The Summer My Backyard Became a Tennis Court

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 Chuck R Stewart (August 18, 2008)  My son has a group of friends who are always doing something with a ball.  They love baseball, basketball , football, golf and tennis and will go out of their way to be sure that every day involves one of these sports, if not more.  I was on a trip to Las Vegas earlier this year attending the National Sporting Goods Manufacturers Convention when I saw a game I knew they would love. .. (Tennis)

Female Tennis Needs New Rivalry

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 Ned Hall (August 17, 2008)  Last couple of years we seem to be missing one really dominating female tennis player as one of the players on WTA tour can't hold her No.1 ranking for a long time (especially now when Justine Henin has gone). Female tennis is lacking dominant players like Federer or Nadal, and we are desperately in need of one truly fierce rivalry like it was in 90s when Graf and Seles played their .. (Tennis)




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