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Sports fans know about his 17 majors and 302 weeks with the No. 1 ranking. Countless other achievements are written in the record books, some of which will be forgotten or surpassed.
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Another week, another teenager makes his mark on the ATP tour. The trend started with 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios's lights-out run to the Wimbledon quarterfinals; continued last week with 17-year-old Alexander Zverev's march to the semis in Hamburg; and has now moved to Umag, where today Croatia's Borna Coric, also 17, won his second match, in ... (more)
Rafael Nadal is poised to equal Roger Federer's Grand Slam haul by the end of 2016 and ultimately surpass the maestro's tally by 2017, according to veteran tennis analyst Andrew Prochnow of Bleacher Reports.
Former world's no.1 Roger Federer is ready to make his return on the court after spending a vacation with his family.
The race is on to replace the green grass of Wimbledon Centre Court in time for next year's Championships! Ground staff are busy ripping up the old turf that only weeks ago provided the setting for Novak Djokovic's sensational victory over Roger Federer in five sets.
Fellow tennis athletes Maria Sharapova and Li Na also made the list who were sitting comfortably at the fourth and eighth places with $23 million and $15 million, respectively.
China's dream team, Team Newbee, hold up the trophy after winning The International DOTA 2 Championships in Seattle on July 21. Playing computer games is no longer a hobby, it's a professional sport that comes with a prize pool worth more than $10 million.
Roger Federer and golfer Tiger Woods are the most financially valuable athletes on earth.
Roger Federer has been the gold standard of tennis excellence for quite some time now.
Stakhovsky cruises into LG&T Challenger semifinals Top-seeded Klahn withdraws with injury Check out this story on pressconnects.com: http://press.sn/1mZij52 Sergiy Stakhovsky hits the ball back to Thanasi Kokkinakis as they play on Friday during the Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger at Recreation Park.
One of the most memorable moments in sports occurred in 1989 at the French Open, when Michael Chang -exhausted, cramping, hobbling-had the temerity to hit an underhand serve at a critical juncture in his fourth-round clash with heavily favored and highly seeded Ivan Lendl .
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 03:51 am
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