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Is the time to win it, in our day and age, inevitably when Rafael Nadal is injured?  It was the knees, after all, that were no doubt crucial in that famous fall to Robin Soderling in 2009, which of course gave Roger Federer his.   311 more words


Twins(53-37) vs Athletics(52-40) – Saturday, July 18th, 2015 [Phil Hughes vs Jesse Chavez]

WP: M. Tonkin(2-0)

LP: E. Mujica(0-4)

Sv: G. Perkins(S, 26)

The Minnesota Twins hold on against the surging Oakland Athletics, winning the game 7-6. The Oakland A’s had the winning run at the plate, in the form of Craig Gentry, but with a man on 2nd and 2 outs, Gentry grounded out to 3rd basemen Trevor Plouffe, to secure the Twins 2nd straight win coming out of the All-Star Break. 197 more words

French Open 2016: Day 5 Review

Nine-time Roland Garros champion, Rafael Nadal became the eighth player in tennis history to record 200 Grand slam wins on Thursday in Paris as he defeated the Argentine Facundo Bagnis 6-3, 6-0, 6-3 in the second round. 531 more words

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"Schimburi rapide cu Irina-Camelia Begu...", interviu pentru site-ul WTA

Chiar in ziua exceptionalului meci care i-a adus calificarea in turul 3 la Turneul de Mare Slem de la Roland Garros, dupa o victorie istorica, fie si numai din punct de vedere statistic, daca emotiile coplesitoare se mai uita, Irina Begu a acordat un interviu pentru site-ul WTA. 702 more words

French Open 2016: Matches To Watch On Day 4

With the second round action set to commence on wednesday, things are slowly starting to pick steam at Roland Garros. Here are a few of the matches that have the potential to add make for some must see action on Day 4. 569 more words

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Day 2 at French Open sees Murray in trouble

Heading into the evening in Paris, number 2 ranked men’s player Andy Murray will be nervous, having to return on Tuesday in order to close out the fourth set in order to force a fifth set against a 37-year-old qualifier. 310 more words


French Open 2016: Matches To Watch Out For On Day 2

First day at the French Open wasn’t a start to savor for the fans or the organizers. Most matches were disrupted by heavy showers. Only five men’s singles matches could be completed. 764 more words

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