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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Wimbledon’

Lindsey Vonn Looking Sexier Than Ever Following Tiger Woods Split

Lindsey Vonn has been spending a good deal of time since her split from Tiger Woods concentrating on herself–and she looks sexier than ever as a result. The American World Cup alpine ski racer is clearly doing much better than Tiger Woods is these days, too. While he is being accused of cheating on her with Amanda Boyd–she is looking …

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Lindsey Vonn Talks Life After Tiger

Lindsey Vonn was out and about this past weekend and didn’t seem to be too heartbroken anymore over her breakup with Tiger Woods. On Saturday and Monday, Lindsey Vonn was at Wimbledon in England cheering on her two friends, Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer, as they played tennis. In an interview for USA Today Sports, Lindsey Vonn revealed what she …

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Serena Williams to Play Swedish Open After Wimbledon Early Exit

Serena Williams has confirmed that she will play the Swedish Open, according to tournament director Nina Wennerstrom. On Tuesday Williams exited her doubles match at Wimbledon mid-match due to a viral illness that left her shaky and feeling faint. In what was widely referred to as a “strange” scene, Williams appeared to be disoriented during warm-ups, having difficulty picking up, …

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Serena Williams Exits Doubles Match At Wimbledon Due To Ailment

Serena Williams was out of her game on Saturday. During the warm up for her doubles match against Kristina Barrois and Stefanie Vögele, she looked disoriented and had trouble picking up the tennis balls. On Saturday, Williams said that she did not know what she did wrong, referring to her loss to Alize Cornet. “Usually I do. Usually I know …

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Maria Sharapova Blazes Into Fourth Round of Wimbledon

Maria Sharapova, winner of the French Open this month, is on a roll after reaching the fourth round of Wimbledon yesterday. The Associated Press reported that even though she fell behind at first (3-1 behind her opponent 44th ranked Alison Riske of the United States), she managed to win the last 11 games claiming a 6-3, 6-0 victory. No rain …

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Venus Williams Loses in Third Round at Wimbledon

While she has not experienced much success in recent years, many thought that this year was potentially the year Venus Williams would once again prove why she is one of the greatest to ever play the game of tennis. Battling Sjogren’s Syndrome and various illnesses and injuries over the past three years, Venus had finally gotten in playing-shape once again. …

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Martina Hingis Invited Back to Wimbledon

In 1996, Martina Hingis shocked the tennis world for the first time by becoming the youngest player to ever win a Grand Slam title, partnering with Helena Sukova at Wimbledon to take home the women’s doubles title. At 15 years old, many expected Hingis to dominate the world of women’s tennis for quite some time. However, due to ligament injuries …

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Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray Parting Ways

Ivan Lendl, described as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, has parted ways with Olympic gold medalist Andy Murray. During their two-year coaching partnership, Murray won Wimbledon, as the first Briton to do so in 77 years. Murray commented on his blog, “I’m eternally grateful to Ivan for all his hard work over the past two years, …

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Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray End Coaching Relationship

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl parted ways after a two-year working relationship, the two announced on the British player’s blog Wednesday. “I’m eternally grateful to Ivan for all his hard work over the past two years, the most successful of my career so far,” said Murray, who returned from back surgery this season. “As a team, we’ve …

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Eugenie Bouchard: Now Serving at the Adult Table

Eugenie Bouchard, the 19-year-old tennis sensation hailing from Westmount, Quebec has a great chance of reaching the Australian Open Semifinals if she defeats Ana Ivanovic. This is record-breaking stuff for Canada; Patricia Hy-Boulais has been the only other Canadian able to make it into a Grand Slam Tournament, and that was way back in 1992. In Bouchard’s lifetime, she’d be …

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Andy Murray Gun Scare: 4 Arrested In London

As reported by the Huffington Post, four men were arrested in West London after they were suspected of brandishing a “gun” at Wimbledon champion Andy Murray only to realize that the four men were Andy’s fans hunting for an autograph with a tennis racket. The incident occurred on Wednesday evening at around 5 PM. The two men supposedly stepped out …

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David Nalbandian Retires Amid Injuries

2002 Wimbledon runner-up, David Nalbandian, has made a life-changing decision this week – one that places a stark sense of finality on his professional tennis career. Tuesday, October 1 was a day that Nalbandian classified as ‘difficult,’ given his untimely announcement, declaring his retirement from professional tennis. However, the decision wasn’t solely voluntarily, as his current shoulder injury leaves him …

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