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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Roger Federer Take Home His Record-Breaking 8th Wimbledon Title

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Roger Federer, who will be 36 next month, is the oldest man to win the Wimbledon singles title in the Open era, which began in 1968. Federer had to deal with numerous tough calls right through the years to get a win against the ailing and forlorn Marin Cilic on Sunday. He was the clear favorite since winning his first title in 2003. He raced through the match in one hour and 41 minutes and dropped only 8 games in a 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 procession.

Federer surpassed the big-serving American “Pistol” Pete Sampras and the Victorian-era great, William Renshaw, who have 7 Wimbledon Title. He also became the first man to win Wimbledon without dropping a set since Bjorn Borg in 1976.



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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Petra Kvitova Comeback!

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Two-time Wimbledon Champion Petra Kvitova is making a comeback she was away from tennis after being attacked by an intruder with a knife six months ago. She easily finished off Britain’s Naomi Broady with straight-sets win at the Aegon Classic in Birmingham on Wednesday.

However, Kvitova serve a few double faults which briefly seemed worrying, but hit some fine ground strokes and moved better than she used to in a 6-2, 6-2 victory. But the two-time Wimbledon champion admits her left hand will never be the same again after her devastating stabbing. She is on the comeback trail following the shocking break-in at her home in her native Czech Republic last December.

Kvitova, 27, returned at the French Open, where she lost in the second round.

Next up could be Kristina Mladenovic, the fifth-seeded French player, who caused a stir at Roland Garros two weeks ago by eliminating the defending champion Garbine Muguruza.

But Kvitova will have to wait, and make the best of another practice day on Thursday while Mladenovic plays her second round against Zhang Shuai, the world number 31 from China.








Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Tennis is full of lesbians, According to Australian Grand Slam legend Margaret Court

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Australian Grand Slam legend Margaret Court said that "tennis is full of lesbians" which follows a row over her earlier remarks on gay marriage. She also said that transgender children were the work of "the devil". Margaret Court is a 24-time Grand Slam singles champion and now a Christian pastor.

The 74-year-old caused controversy when she said she would not fly on Qantas "where possible" in protest at its support of same-sex marriage.

"When I was playing there was only a couple [of lesbians]," Court said.

"But those couple that led took young ones into parties and things. What you get at the top is often what you'll get right through that sport."

Speaking to Vision Christian Radio she added: "We're there to help them overcome. We're not against the people."

Asked about transgender children, she claimed their minds had been corrupted.

"That's all the devil... but that's what Hitler did and that's what communism did – got the mind of the children. And there's a whole plot in our nation, and in the nations of the world to get the minds of the children."

Grand Slam winners Martina Navratilova and Billie Jean King have called for her name to be stripped from the venue at Melbourne Park.

And former world number four Sam Stosur hinted on Tuesday that players might refuse to play at the arena at next year's tournament.

World number one Andy Murray said at the French Open on Tuesday he hoped the issue could be resolved long before next year's Australian Open.


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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Sharapova wins opening match in Italian Open

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Russia’s tennis player Maria Sharapova defeated US tennis player Christina McHale on Monday by overcoming a slow start and eventually taking the win 6-4, 6-2 in her opening match at the Rome Masters.

The five-time Grand Slam winner went down a quick break in the first set before revving up to claim the opener while playing in her third event since last month’s end of a 15-month doping ban.

“It felt slow and the conditions are quite different to Madrid,” the three-time Italian Open champion. “It certainly took a few more games than I would have liked to get used to. But once I did, I felt like I took care of the second set quite well.”

The former number one advanced to the 2nd round at the sun-drenched Foro Italico as she beat McHale for a fifth time without defeat.

Sharapova came through a temporary setback, losing serve as she prepared to wrap it up while leading 5-1, but recovered in the next game to emerge the winner.

Sharapova is still waiting to hear if she will receive a wild card entry into Roland Garros starting a week from Sunday; that news will come on Tuesday, when she is otherwise engaged laying her second-round match.

“I’ll focussed on my match, I’m playing tomorrow,” Sharapova said; “But nothing is a disappointment after being away from the game for 15 months.”

“Winning matches will get me places, so if that’s where it got me today, then I will take it. The fact that I’m back and playing three weeks in a row now and three events in a row for me is a big deal. That’s my focus.”

Sharapova was banned for 15 months for using meldonium while other Tennis stars like US Serena Williams and Venus Williams were not banned for using banned substance.

Today May 16 results:

Venus Williams defeated Y. Shvedova 6-4, 7-6.
Q. Wang win against E. Vesnina 6-2, 6-4

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Future Tennis Star to Replace Nadal



This adorable monkey knows how to play tennis. His name is Riki, a 6-year-old monkey who lives in Nikko city in Japan. You can see him play and display his aces and volleys on the tennis court on his own YouTube channel. It also shows him playing and practicing his beloved sport.

Check out his video below, you can see Riki in a blue shirt and white tennis shorts. It shows him practicing his volleys. After he is done with practice, Riki gets into action and hits every serve that comes his way. He even jumps in the air to hit the ball.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Stan Wawrinka Is Out of ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament Due to knee injury

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Stan Wawrinka has back out from the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam which will be held next week according to ABN AMRO WTT Twitter account.

The U.S. Open champion is bothered by a knee injury, which also hampered him at the Australian Open last month. Wawrinka was having a decent first month of the year he won seven of nine matches. He reached the semifinals in Brisbane, but loss to Kei Nishikori in straight sets, before reaching the semifinals in Melbourne. At the season’s first Slam, the world No. 3 played two five-setters and a four-setter. He lost to Roger Federer, 7-5, 6-3, 1-6, 4-6, 6-3, in a classic semifinal.





Monday, January 16, 2017

Australian Open: Nadal Sweep Mayer; Serena Williams Beat Bencic

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MELBOURNE, Australia - Rafael Nadal get back on track to win the first round at the Australian Open on Tuesday beating Florian Mayer 6-3 6-4 6-4 on Rod Laver Arena. He lost in the first round last season. Nadel and Mayer last met on clay at Rome in 2012, when Nadal won in straight sets.

Milos Raonic defeated Dustin Brown 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.  Raonic, 26 is playing in his seventh Australian Open and in his 24th major. His best result so far has been a run to the Wimbledon final last year.

Serena Williams easily handled Belinda Bencic with a 6-4, 6-3 win. Williams broke the Swiss player's service in the 10th game to clinch the first set. In the second set, she pulled out to a 5-0 lead but Bencic staged a comeback, breaking Williams' serve the first time she served for the match.

Johanna Konta has won her opening match against Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium 7-5, 6-2 to open play Tuesday at Margaret Court Arena.