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Serena Continues Dominance

Posted 01-08-2014 at 01:15 PM by Philip Oliver
Serena Williams kicked off the new season in the same form she ended the last one, taking her winning streak to 22 matches on the way to the Brisbane International title. Serena collected her first title of 2014 after seeing off world number two Victoria Azarenka 6-4 7-5, ending the Belarusian’s own 24-match winning run.

Following a 2013 in which she amassed a 78-4 record and picked up two more majors – there is little surprise Williams will head to the Australian Open as a heavy...
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Radwanska Looking to be Back to her Best in 2014

Posted 01-07-2014 at 01:51 PM by Philip Oliver
Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska has admitted that she played too much tennis towards the back end of last year but, having worked on her fitness through the winter, she hopes to be able to regain her best form in 2014.

Radwanska’s last tournament win came at the KDB Korea Open back in September but her form dipped following that victory and she was knocked out of the WTA Tour Championships at the round robin stage.

Following that disappointment it was clear that Radwanska’s...
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Polished Federer Brushes off Retirement Talk

Posted 01-06-2014 at 03:12 PM by Philip Oliver
Roger Federer showed that any talk of retirement is premature after warming up for the Australian Open by demolishing Marinko Matosevic at the Brisbane International.

The 17-time Grand Slam winner cruised to a 6-1 6-1 victory in less than an hour despite the extremely hot weather - the temperature reached 37 degrees at one stage

Federer has been in excellent form in Brisbane after a six-week break and produced nine aces against Matosevic, winning 84 per cent of his...
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Sharapova opts for Groeneveld

Posted 11-22-2013 at 10:01 AM by Philip Oliver
Maria Sharapova has revealed she will work with Dutchman, Sven Groeneveld, as her new head coach ahead of the new season. The world number four has been without a full-time trainer since her split from long-time coach Thomas Hogstedt following her second round exit at Wimbledon, briefly working with Jimmy Connors before parting ways with the American.

After a disappointing second half of the season, Sharapova has been working with Groeneveld in recent weeks and has been left feeling...
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Bocce ball court surfaces that are available

Posted 11-21-2013 at 07:37 AM by Sport Surfaces
Many people have recently asked us what are the different bocce ball court surfaces that are available and which one is the best.

Here are the three major surfaces that are available for bocce ball

1) Har tru surface: this is the most popular and cost effective surface available. It seems that the traditional surface is still the most popular. This court is cost effective requires only minimal maintenance and players seem to prefer the feel of clay.

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