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Posted 07-29-2013 at 01:52 PM by Philip Oliver
Anne Keothavong's announcement that she is to retire from tennis at the age of 29 is another blow to the sport as it continues to struggle overall in Britain.

Apart from Andy Murray's glorious triumph at Wimbledon earlier this summer and Laura Robson's rise up the women's rankings, there is not a lot to get excited about for fans of French Open betting, forever hopeful that the amount of money invested into grassroots tennis over the past decade or so can finally begin to reap its...
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Posted 07-26-2013 at 12:12 PM by Chicaloca
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Posted 07-26-2013 at 11:16 AM by Philip Oliver
Roger Federer’s dismal run of form continued with a second round exit at the Swiss Open at the hands of world number 55 Daniel Brands, with the former world number one losing in straight sets against his big-hitting opponent.

Following his shock second round exit at SW19, despite being one of the perennial
Wimbledon winners in the past, Federer suffered defeat to world number 114 Federico Delbonis at the German Tennis Championships before the top seed returned home for the...
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Posted 07-25-2013 at 04:39 PM by Philip Oliver
Pete Sampras has admitted Andy Murray has the ability to go on and win more Wimbledon titles following his memorable victory at SW19 this summer, with the American backing the Scotsman to be the man to beat at the US Open in August.

Sampras, who won seven titles at the All England Club during his sensational career, believes Murray’s Wimbledon success will be the first of many, but admitted it would be a tough ask to go on and surpass the record of seven Wimbledon wins held jointly...
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Posted 07-25-2013 at 01:22 PM by Philip Oliver
Former world number one Pete Sampras believes Andy Murray will be the man to beat when the US Open begins next month in New York.

The Scot returns to Flushing Meadows as the defending champion after becoming the first British male to win a Grand Slam since 1936, as he defeated Novak Djokovic in an epic five setter to finally break his duck after numerous close calls.

Things have only continued to improve for Murray, with him claiming the Wimbledon title earlier this...
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