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Tiger Woods acknowledges the crowd after finishing on the 18th hole during the second round of the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge golf tournament at Sherwood Country Club, Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Auckland is the focus of the exciting NZ Festival of Tennis from 30 December until the 11th of January, leading off with the ASB Classic followed by the Heineken Open.
Only about three months after opening its doors, west Boynton Beach charter school Franklin Academy is already on the hunt for a new principal.
Plans are underway to convert a brick warehouse on Baltic Street into an indoor tennis center for children and adults.
Former USC All-American Maria Sanchez was the final women's player added to the field of eight competitors at the 2013 USTA Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs taking place December 20-22 at Life Time Athletic at Peachtree Corners in Norcross, Ga.
Nearly 24 years later, Raymond Moore still gets choked up when recalling February 11, 1990.
Greg Rusedski believes that Andy Murray's main goal when he returns to competition in the new year will be to become world No 1. Murray has been stepping up his pre-season training in Miami following back surgery and is due to play his first tournament of 2014 at the Qatar Open in Doha in the first week of the season.
Justin Bieber was threatened with arrest by airport police when his entourage was detained in Australia on suspicion of drug offenses, according to a new report.
Melanie Oudin is not sure whether she will be back playing tennis by next month's Australian Open after dealing with a muscle-damaging condition that she says caused her arms to weaken and swell "like balloons."
New Malden tennis professional Melanie South has set her sights on helping the next generation of British players to the top.
You would have expected rising British tennis player Heather Watson to perhaps name Steffi Graf or Serena Williams as the sport stars she admired when she was growing up, but you would never guess who is her surprise choice.
Tennis legend, Boris Becker, who was the special guest speaker at the Luctonians Rugby Club lunch last weekend, had nothing but praise for the club following a thoroughly entertaining afternoon at Mortimer Park.
But on this very rare occasion Tramlines was genuinely taken aback by how stunning the photo in question was.
Second seed Maria Sharapova could be in for a real challenge as she looks to overcome Venus Williams in the third round of the Australian Open.
World No 1 Rafael Nadal has announced he will play in the Buenos Aires ATP tournament in February for the first time since 2005.