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Rafael Nadal poses as helicopter pilot, terrifies would-be passengers

How has Rafael Nadal been spending his time while recovering from the wrist injury that sidelined him from the U.S. Open? Posing as a helicopter pilot and scaring the beejezus out of unsuspecting passengers who think he’s actually about to give them a tour of the Spanish countryside. 140 more words

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Andy Murray stuns with pro-Scotland tweet hours before independence vote

After years of refusing to takes sides in the debate, Scotland’s most famous athlete shocked the United Kingdom with a last-minute show of support for independence. 404 more words

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September: tennis carnival in Asia

To some tennis fans, the season may have ended when Serena Williams and Marin Cilic held up their 2014 U.S. Open trophies. To tennis lovers in Asia, however, the best time of the year has just begun. 359 more words

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Remembering Vitus Gerulaitis 20 Years After His Passing

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since the untimely and tragic passing of tennis great Vitas Gerulaitis. Only because it doesn’t seem that long ago that the player known as the “Lithuanian Lion” loomed larger than life during an era of very big egos and star power during the late 1970s and early 1980s. 248 more words

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A Hypothetical and Emotional Obituary

I’m pretty bothered by the state of this Scotland referendum – I fear its impact on the economic, political and social landscapes of our country. But aside from these, one very genuine concern I have is regarding the potential loss of one of Britain’s greatest sporting heroes of the generation. 678 more words

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US Open 2014 Review

Over 250 players took part in the main draw for one of the biggest prizes in tennis but as we know there can only be two winners at the end of the two weeks those being Serena Williams and Marin Cilic. 1,782 more words

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FINDING FEDERER

Odes to Roger Federer are aplenty. And while his elegance, grace, aesthetic and athletic ability have all been analysed by the greatest of the great sports writers and experts, I still feel compelled to add an insignificant speck to that glitzing galaxy. 517 more words