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Daily Sweat! Lose your belly...

I am spending my Saturday night watching Sharapova attempt to complete the coveted career grand slam.  Tomorrow night I will be cheering for Rafa as he attempts to make history by winning his 7th French Open (well actually history will be made no matter the winner, either Rafa wins his 7th French or Djoker gets his career grand slam)!!! 130 more words

Health & Fitness

US Open Update

G’day from New York!

The 2011 US Open has been fun and hectic as always, but the rain has set in today and things look a little swampy for a while. 204 more words

Andy Roddick

The Sports Archives - Venus Williams Wins In Style

What caught fans eyes yesterday at the Australian Open was not that it was Venus Williams who was playing nor the fact that she won 6-3, 6-2, but rather the fact that so much of her talent was revealed.  229 more words

Sports Archives

Play of the Week 8

This week’s POTW goes to DJ–my man! Dustin Johnson is reportedly dating darling of the LPGA Natalie Gulbis. Gulbis followed DJ at the back nine of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. 188 more words

Play Of The Week

Rafael Nadal Completes Tennis Grand Slam

The biggest story in sports yesterday did not come from either of the two Monday Night Football games or the Major League Baseball pennant races. While the world of tennis is often overlooked in the US, Rafael Nadal won the US Open, becoming only the 7th player ever to win each of tennis’ grand slam titles at least once. 173 more words


Rafael Nadal advances to semifinals in 2010 US Open

In Flushing Meadows, NY, Rafael Nadal will advance to his third consecutive semifinal in the US Open.

Nadal defeated No. 8 Fernando Verdasco to inch closer to achieving the only Grand Slam title he has yet to win. 21 more words

Sports Archives

2010 US Open - Nick's Picks - Men's Singles Semifinals

Roger Federer (SUI) vs. Novak Djokovic (SRB)

Federer didn’t appear to be effected by the wind with his straight set victory over Robin Soderling. He looked focused, determined and was extremely effective in every aspect of his game. 650 more words

Nick Bollettieri