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TENNIS: Injury knocks Venus Williams out out of Wimbledon
Venus Williams has pulled out of Wimbledon because of a lower back injury, her agent Carlos Fleming said.
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Williams, who turned 33 on Monday, never had missed Wimbledon since making her debut there in 1997, although she lost in the first round a year ago.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
The Huffington Post
Serena Williams: Steubenville Rape Victim 'Shouldn't Have Put Herself In That Position'
Serena Williams reacts as she defeats Maria Sharapova during the Women's final of the French Open at the Roland Garros Saturday, June 8, 2013 in Paris.
Liverpool Daily Post
National Sport: Venus Williams out of Wimbledon
The 33-year-old struggled with the problem during the clay-court season and has not played since withdrawing from the doubles at Roland Garros with sister Serena.
Tennis: Ferrer loses title in shock first-round exit
Spaniard David Ferrer failed to get back on the winning track on his return after losing in the French Open final as he lost his 's-Hertogenbosch ATP title on Tuesday, going down 7-6 , 6-3 to veteran Belgian Xavier Malisse in the first round.
Hampton Dismisses Top Seed Radwanska at Eastbourne
It took her five tries, but rising American player Jamie Hampton finally got the "W" against top seed Agnieszka Radwanska at the Aegon International at Eastbourne.
Followers of Howard McPherson Facebook Page Thrilled at Tennis Tournament Opening Matches
Novak Djokovic was kept waiting at Roland Garros, due to the temperamental Parisian weather; however clients of Howard McPherson NJ noted that the international star of the tennis world was not thrown by the delay, and began his grand slam collection with a win against David Goffin.
Wimbledon men's preview: who's hot and who's not
As the Wimbledon Championships approach, we take a look at the men who go into the grasscourt Grand Slam in sizzling form, and those whose results are in need of an upward surge.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Star Online
Wimbledon holds no fear for Radwanska any more
Wimbledon can hold no fear for Agnieszka Radwanska this year, after she survived all the way to the final last July.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Rafa's comeback a miracle
What more is there to say about Rafa Nadal ? Tennis scribes and fans around the world are ecstatic about his comeback.
Raonic looks for Wimbledon boost by seaside
Milos Raonic will hope for some valuable grass match touch after taking a wild card as top seed into the men's draw at the ATP-WTA Eastbourne International starting on Monday.
ATP World Tour
Murray Beats Cilic For Third Queen's Trophy
World No. 2 Andy Murray capped off a successful return to action on Sunday as he won the Aegon Championships title for the third time with a 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 victory over defending champion Marin Cilic .
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Sania: As long as I'm true to myself, I'll stick to my guns
Birmingham: Charming and articulate, Sania Mirza spoke to The Telegraph for over 30 minutes at the Hyatt on Friday evening.
Tim Henman fed up with lack of top British tennis players
Tim Henman says he is 'fed-up with being patient' while the Lawn Tennis Association consistently fail to deliver top British players - despite the cash poured into their coffers through Wimbledon profits.
French Open final hit by same-sex marriage protest
The French Open men's final was held up by a flare-carrying protestor on Sunday, who came within just a few feet of defending champion Rafael Nadal, to demonstrate against France's same-sex marriage law.
Wall Street Journal
Photos of the Week: June 9-14
A TORNADO IN FRANCE: A tornado loomed in the background of an airport in Nice, France, Sunday.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Star Online
I love tennis even more now after Paris absence, says Murray
LONDON: World No. 2 Andy Murray admits missing the French Open with a back injury made him realise how much he loves tennis.
The Journal News
Louisa Chirico, Jamie Loeb sparkle in French tennis tournament
Louisa Chirico visited the Eiffel Tower and strolled the ritzy Avenue des Champs-Elysees.
ATP Race for No. 1 Between Nadal and Djokovic; Wimbledon News - The Friday Five
After a record-setting eighth Roland Garros title, Rafael Nadal has put himself in a prime position to finish as the year-end No.
Snakes in the Grass: Previewing the Wimbledon 2013 Dark Horses
With the Wimbledon draw just a week ahead, the time has arrived to scan the ATP and WTA rankings in search of dark horses who could grab some unexpected attention.