Tennis

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    Li Na, the Woman Who Changed the Game of Tennis, Retires

    Describing the exit of Li Na from the sport of tennis feels like an obituary for many. Plagued by knee injuries throughout her career, the 32 year-old finally hangs up her racquet...

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    Caroline Wozniacki Continues Winning Streak In Montreal

    Caroline Wozniacki is showing great form in the WTA-tournament in Montreal, Rogers Cup. On Thursday evening she beat the unseeded american Shelby Rogers, who somewhat surprising beat the world number 8,...

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    Happy Birthday Roger Federer! The Legend Turns 33

    To be even competitive after turning 30 in professional tennis, let alone winning, demands something special. But this man is beyond special. Managing 4 kids and winning matches on the Tour...

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    Djokovic Survives Second Round Scare, Wins Classic in 3 sets

    Playing his first match as a married man, Mr. Novak Djokovic survives a tough second round match against the Frenchman Gael Monfils in the Toronto Rogers Cup. The recent Wimbledon champion...

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    Comeback Queen Maria Sharapova Strikes Again

    Playing in her first match since losing in the 4th round of Wimbledon, Maria Sharapova took the centre stage against the Spanish player Garbine Muguruza in the Montreal Rogers Cup. Battling...

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    Murray To Face Kyrgios In Second Round

    Andy Murray, seeded eighth, will face teenage superstar Nick Kyrgios in a mouth-watering second round contest in the Rogers Cup in Toronto today. The Brit was one of the most vocal...

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    Bouchard Disappoints in Hometown Opener

      Eugenie Bouchard, the top ranked Canadian player, loses to qualifier Shelby Rogers 6-0, 2-6, 6-0 in the Montreal Rogers Cup during the second round. The crowd was packed with Bouchard fans,...

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    Canadian Invasion

    In Washington D.C during the past week, Canadians invaded the tennis courts, further stamping their dominance in the ranks of men. The first in ATP history, two male Canadians met in...

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    The Rise of the Single-Doubles

    By Alexander Burton: Woodforde/Woodbridge, Bryan/Bryan, Nestor/Zimonjic, these are teams that are synonymous with the modern doubles game. Boasting numerous titles between them, they have dominated the team aspect of tennis for...

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    Andy Murray Crashes Out In The Quarter Finals Of Wimbledon

    Defending champion Andy Murray has been knocked out of Wimbledon after losing in straight sets to Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov. The Scot was comfortably beaten 6-1, 7-6, 6-2  and now Dimitrov plays 2011 winner Novak Djokovic...

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