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Tuesday HAvoC August 05, 2014

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As you know the blog has a mascot “Fortune Frog” now the blog has a “Queen”. A while back I brought up the idea to Mr. 846 more words


Is Serena Williams on her last legs after Wimbledon shock exit?

Every once in a generation, a great champion comes along and brushes aside the competition whilst barely breaking sweat. These great heroes of their individual sports typify not only all that is great with their game, but demonstrate the very best characteristics of humanity, showing a never-say-die attitude which sets them apart from the pack. 433 more words


Bouchard wins in front of her 'most positive supporter'

One wouldn’t imagine the character Sheldon Cooper from the popular television show The Big Bang Theory making friends with athletes.

As Dr. Cooper himself admitted when responding to Stan Lee’s sarcastic invitation to watch the Lakers game together, “Well, I’m not much of a sports fan…” before further upsetting the bemused comic book icon by waltzing into his home uninvited. 345 more words


#1409 - My Friday and Saturday Story


Friday Story

I went out with my friends on Friday evening after work and we decided to have dinner at a Thai restaurant in the centrum. 1,326 more words

Zilko's Life

Wimbledon 2014: Serena suffers yet another Huge Shock at a Grand Slam, as Nadal and Federer ease through to week 2

What is going on with world No.1 Serena Williams. For the 3rd straight Slam of 2014, she suffers a shock, early loss before the QF’s. France’s Alize Cornet produced the match of her life, to produce the biggest shock of the Championships so far and secure her 1st ever 4th rd appearance at Wimbledon. 931 more words


Serena Williams shocked by Cornet, darkness halts play at Wimbledon

From Wacky Wednesday to Manic Monday, the wittily-named days of Wimbledon speak for themselves, and Surprise Saturday was no different.

Top women’s seed Serena Williams was sent packing after her defeat to fiery Frenchwoman Alize Cornet. 208 more words