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A match everyone could love: Nadal/Federer

A match everyone could love: Nadal/Federer

King Ing July 7, 2008 0

When we look back, the 2008 Wimbledon final will prove to be the best tennis match of this generation. The quality of play between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer was way beyond that of

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Ana Ivanovic made me sad

Ana Ivanovic made me sad

King Ing June 27, 2008 1

Ana Ivanovic was upset by China’s Zheng Jie, 6-1 and 6-4 in the third round of Wimbledon. No Ana, no Maria Sharapova, and no Brooklyn Decker means no more tennis for me. SAD, so

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A gloomy year for Americans in Paris

A gloomy year for Americans in Paris

California Correspondent June 2, 2008 0

Robby Ginepri, the last American standing at this year’s French Open, was sent packing today with a 7-6, 6-3, 6-1 loss to Fernando Gonzalez. It’s not like there were very many good Americans in

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Why can’t Americans win on clay?

Why can’t Americans win on clay?

King Ing May 30, 2008 0

With the early exits of Serena Williams and James Blake, I wanted to try and figure out why Americans can’t win on clay. Growing up in the US, we are mostly exposed to hardcourts.

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Maria Sharapova is not the next Jeff George

Maria Sharapova is not the next Jeff George

King Ing May 20, 2008 0

Busted Coverage has found video of Maria Sharapova throwing a football around as a warm up for her practice session. After watching the clip, you can clearly see that she doesn’t have an arm

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