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Picture Of The Day - Ivo Karlovic vs. Dudi Sela

Ivo Karlovic, a 6’11″ Croatian, beat Dudi Sela, a 5’9″ Israeli, (7-6, 7-6) at the Claro Open Championship in Bogotá, Colombia on Thursday. As the final point became official, Sela immediately ran away from the net to get a chair while Karlovic waited for the traditional post-match handshake. 76 more words

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ATP Tour, Inc. v. Deutscher Tennis Bund: How Broad Was That Bylaw?

On our July 1st posting, I noted a recent Form 8-K filing that discloses the adoption of a fee-shifting bylaw.  In  ATP Tour, Inc. v. 466 more words

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South Carolina's Grass Centre Court

Cary Davenport can admire the grass tennis courts at Wimbledon, or he can take a few steps into his backyard and experience the real thing. 1,025 more words


Queens 2014: Feliciano Lopez shocks Berdych to reach semi's, as Ivanovic storms into the last 4 in Birmingham

The shocks kept on coming on the grass-courts of Queens Club, as Tomas Berdych became the latest big name to exit the famous tournament. His conqueror, Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez who is always dangerous on grass. 551 more words


Queens 2014: Murray falls in 2nd round to Stepanek, whilst Nadal suffers shock loss in Halle

Clay-courts are no more, as the grass makes it’s annual. debut. Yes that’s right it’s that time of the tennis Calendar when the players have to make that difficult transition from clay to grass. 909 more words


Murray and Mauresmo right for the long run?

Before Rafael Nadal was able to capture his ninth French Open title, Andy Murray stole the headlines by announcing that his new coach will be former female world number one, Amélie Mauresmo. 599 more words


Ferrer and Berdych - Best player to have not won a Slam?

Both David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych have safely progressed on to their next match of the French Open with Ferrer playing in the fourth round tomorrow whilst Berdych looks forward to his quarter final match on Tuesday after beating John Isner, comprehensively in three sets. 734 more words

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