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Eastbourne Semifinals - Highlight Reel

So, I made it to the semifinals at Eastbourne, which was a really wonderful day out! It was my first time at live tennis other than Wimbledon and the ATP World Tour Finals, and I loved it. 66 more words

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Wimbledon Day 5, 3rd Round Previews: Azarenka v Mladenovic, Stephens v Safarova

1. Kristina Mladenovic v Victoria Azarenka (Wimbledon, R3)

Another enticing match-up on the women’s side on Friday will see the number 23 seed, Victoria Azarenka… 804 more words

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Wimbledon 2015 - Four to watch on Friday

Stan Wawrinka (4) v Fernando Verdasco

These two have taken contrasting routes to reach the last 32. Wawrinka was merciless in dispatching Joao Sousa and Victor Estrella Burgos, hitting 84 winners (including 40 aces) in total, and has not been broken. 669 more words

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St. Stephen's College: A Review

This post is about St. Stephen’s college, and my opinions on some of its features. For those of you who don’t already know, St. Stephen’s college is a Christian constituent college of the University of Delhi located in Delhi, India. 339 more words

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Wimbledon 2015, Women's Second Quarter Previews: Strycova v Stephens, Sharapova v Konta

1. Barbora Strycova v Sloane Stephens (Wimbledon, R1)

This is a first round match!!! Sloane Stephens missed out on a seeding by nine places and it’s poor old Babs who has drawn the short straw. 727 more words

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WTA Eastbourne: Quick thoughts about Friday's semi-finals

Sorry for the rushed previews tonight as Thursday is my tennis night! I was playing reasonably well tonight and i’ve finally started to time my backhand so it actually goes over the net and into the court. 543 more words

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WTA Eastbourne, Quarter-Final Previews: Radwanska v Pironkova, Wozniacki v Petkovic

I’m back from my trip to Eastbourne. I had such an brilliant time and I hope you liked all the photos. I’ll be posting a final wrap-up from Eastbourne tomorrow with a selection of my best photos from the four days. 799 more words

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