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Roger Federer: 2013 French Open Win Could Be Crowning Achievement in Career
It's hard to choose a standout accomplishment in the legendary playing career of Swiss superstar Roger Federer - whether it's capturing the most Grand Slam singles titles, sitting atop the rankings for more than 300 weeks or the multiple double-digit winning streaks.
Fri May 17, 2013
Greenwich estate on market for $190M
A 50-acre compound on the Greenwich waterfront with a pair of private islands, a driveway longer than most highway interchanges and a 19th century French Victorian mansion with as many bedrooms as there are days of Christmas hit the market Friday at an other-worldly $190 million.
This Is South Devon
TV presenter Sue backs trust's 150k appeal
TOP sports broadcaster Sue Barker has agreed to become patron of a major fundraising appeal for Cockington Country Park.
Berdych stuns Djokovic in Rome
Czech slugger Tomas Berdych came from way behind to upset two-time champion Novak Djokovic and reach the semifinals at the $3.475 million Italian Masters tennis event.
Berdych beats Djokovic in Rome
Tomas Berdych tasted only his second victory in 15 clashes with Novak Djokovic to reach the semifinals of the Rome Masters.
The Star Online
Factbox - Soccer-David Beckham
Here is a look at the life and career of former England captain David Beckham who announced his retirement on Thursday.
Marco YMCA offers specialty sports camps
Roger LaLonde Staff Bud Cox, Marco YMCA tennis instructor, seems to take on a Yoga position as he prepares for the Summer Junior Tennis Clinic on the Y courts.
Thu May 16, 2013
This is Local London
Insults fly in heated meeting as GPs fail to block St Helier downgrade
Members of Merton's Clinical Commissioning Group , who are now in charge of Merton's healthcare, have voted unanimously in favour of letting the Better Services Better Value review go forward to the next stage.
Beckham: A towering personality and player
Simple facts most eloquently state the case for David Beckham's status among the leading footballing figures of the age.
US Open tennis leaving CBS for ESPN in 2015
The U.S. Open tennis tournament will leave CBS after nearly a half-century and move all TV coverage to cable starting in 2015 under an 11-year contract with ESPN.
Andy Murray's Injury Latest Sign ATP Schedule Too Tough on Players
Andy Murray retired from his second-round match in Rome. He is doubtful for the French Open and concerned about being healthy enough for Wimbledon.
Sidmouth girls battle bravely before being edged out by Ivybridge in Aegon Team Tennis match.
After the previous weekend's success of the boys' Road to Wimbledon event it was over to the girls for their division of the Aegon Team Tennis, Devon, competition.
Tomic back in training for possible French Open campaign without father
Tennis Australia is expecting and encouraging Bernard Tomic to contest this month's French Open, despite coach John Tomic recently declaring his son's participation unlikely.
Wed May 15, 2013
World Tennis Magazine
After Eight-Year Hiatus, Andre Agassi Returns to Nike: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen
Tennis Hall of Famer Andre Agassi left Nike eight years ago to become sponsored by adidas, only to return to the "Swoosh" this past Monday.
Why Rafael Nadal is the man to beat -- and not just at the French Open
Remember Bo Jackson ? The 1980s and '90s superstar was an expert at every sport under the sun -- at least in Nike's popular, rose-colored-glasses TV campaign.
Murray downbeat over French Open
Andy Murray does not expect to be fit for the French Open after retiring from his second-round match in Rome today with a recurrence of a back problem.
Council calls for views on new rail line
Haringey Borough Council wants residents to give their views on plans for a second train route from London's north east to south east.
The China Post
Britain's Robson defeats Venus in Rome; next up, the other sister
Briton Laura Robson beat Venus Williams 6-3, 6-2 in blustery conditions at the ATP/WTA Rome Masters on Monday and now faces the second half of a one-two punch when she next plays Williams' sister and world number one, Serena.
Tue May 14, 2013
Djokovic eases through in Rome
London Novak Djokovic recovered from his shock defeat in Madrid to ease past Albert Montanes 6-2 6-3 in the second round of the Rome Masters on Tuesday.
The Miami Herald
Serena cruises; Radwanska falls in Rome
Red-hot Serena Williams was an easy second- round winner, while last year's Wimbledon runner-up Agnieszka Radwanska was an upset victim Tuesday at the Italian Open tennis event.