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When it comes to records, Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin's are Europe's answer to the Williams hegemony. Here's another reason why?
Belgian superstars Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin are aiming to break the record of massive attendance set by Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs when the much awaited 'Best of Belgiam' exhibition match takes place on July 8 at the famous King Baudouin Stadium.....…
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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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2010 Sony Ericsson Open Andy Roddick drew inspiration from fellow tour star Fernando Gonzalez which led to the birth of a humane idea called 'Champions for Chile' that became a huge success, raising a whopping US$ 125,000 plus for the earthquake relief victims.
Gonzalez missed the year's first Masters series event in Indian Wells due to thedevastating earthquake that hit his homeland in the Maule Region, leaving about 400 dead among an anticipated $ 30 billion in damage. The Chilean…Continue
With his recent superb performance, American Andy Roddick has announced his full-fledged return to top form. Czech Tomas Berdych, a giant killer in the draw, too is looking determined to end up with the crystalware. Who will walk away with the big prize? Find out with us...!
Czech Tomas Berdych is considered by many as the 'dark-horse' of the tennis fraternity. Almost five years ago, the Czech star stunned all with his................…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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