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So, we used TinEye reverse image search to locate the original pre-photoshopped image, no results. Would love to find the original. Any other ideas? Here's the full size image:…Continue
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Five of the brightest tennis players in the current circuit were awarded the 2010 ESPY Awards in various categories in a gala event that took place at the famous Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, USA....
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The first week of the Championships at Wimbledon will be remembered for the top men's struggle and the royal presence. But nothing would be as memorable as the Isner-Mahut marathon which brought major changes in the history books with record-breaking achievements.
The Championships at Wimbledon started with a bang this year when the green grass....
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Wimbledon has always been the place for memorable matches. From big serves combined with gliding volleys to grinding rallies mixed with massive ground strokes, the Gladiators of tennis have always been fighting wars of great proportions to prove their metal over the other on the grass courts of Wimbledon. Every match is a blend of efforts and great determination put in by the players involved. However, a few matches at Wimbledon just stand out to be the most memorable matches ever…Continue
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The fortnight at 2010 French Open brought a lot of surprises and witnessed the coronation of an emotional set of champions with Spaniard Rafael Nadal re-affirming his dominance and Francesca Schiavone realising a long-yearning dream with a Grand Slam triumph on Parisian clay.
The 2010 French Open finally came to a close in sensational style when some re-affirmed their supremacy and others rejoiced in that special moment that they dreamt of all their lives. TennisEarth.com…Continue
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Day 11 at the 2010 French Open promises to bring some really good match ups featuring names like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. After the unexpected exit of Roger Federer last night, the big names in the tennis world have understood the 'Power of the Underdogs'. What's in store for the fans today, let's take a look at the four quarterfinal matches to find out.
Rafael Nadal vs. Nicolas Almagro -…
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When Serbian Jelena Jankovic acquired the top spot in WTA rankings during the European hardcourt season of 2008, many tennis pundits considered her unworthy of the billing. Fellow tennis stars including Roger Federer attacked her with ........................Continue
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Serena, at 28, may have a few years left in professional tennis but according to former superstar Monica Seles, Williams is quite capable of surpassing Margaret Smith Court's all-time record.
Former tennis Queen Monica Seles, who shook the tennis world with his explosive play and a series of records and achievements, believes that current world number one Serena Williams can become the Greatest Tennis player of all times.
In a statement issued after…Continue
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As predicted by almost all the tennis pundits, Venus Williams is in the finals of the Sony Ericsson Open, once again. Her opponent too , isn't unaware of the feeling of holding the crystalware in Crandon Park. Who will emerge victorious in the battle of tour superstars, Venus or Kim? Let's find out..!
Venus Williams is fast progressing towards an age bracket where most players think of retirement or perhaps other avenues for success. Things however are different with this…Continue
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Criticism on fashion faux-pas isn't new in tennis fraternity, but bringing someone under scrutiny for 'Creative Independence' makes things questionable. Tennis Star Venus Williams, true to form, has once again created quite a stir with her fashion sense.
When American tennis superstar Venus Williams, a fashion major from the Art School of Fort Lauderdale, appeared on court for her opening match at the 2010 Sony Ericsson Open in Miami, she opened doors for…Continue
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