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  1. [Topix] Golovin wins opening match at Australian
  2. [BBC News] Rusedski to face Federer in Qatar
  3. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Qatar Open first round results
  4. [BBC News] Safin falls as Russia lose
  5. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Chennai Open first round results
  6. [Yahoo] Schuettler upset by Patience in Madras (AP)
  7. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Qatar Open first round results
  8. [Topix] Safin Pays Price for Late Arrival at Hopman Cup
  9. [Yahoo] Kiefer overcomes rain, Schalken (AP)
  10. [Topix] Kiefer wins after rain delay
  11. [Topix] Russian Female Tennis Players Are Not Willing To Surrender Their Positions In 2005
  12. [Yahoo] Golovin wins opener in Australia tourney (AP)
  13. [Yahoo] Aussies top Slovakia at Hopman Cup (AP)
  14. [Reuters] Federer eases to victory in Qatar Open
  15. [Topix] Sharapova says Russian domination of women's tennis set to continue
  16. [Topix] Paradorn Hires New Coach to Boost Career
  17. [BBC News] Federer opens with victory
  18. [Reuters] Qatar Open first round results
  19. [Topix] Hewitt Wants Favorable Surface at Australian Open
  20. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hopman-Safin pays price for late arrival
  21. [BBC News] Safin falls as Russia are beaten
  22. [Reuters] Schuettler first seeded casualty in Madras
  23. [Reuters] Chennai Open first round results
  24. [BBC News] Hewitt angry at officials
  25. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Australian men's hardcourt results
  26. [Topix] Sports Briefing Sharapova, Williams raise funds to help tsunami victims
  27. [Topix] Sehwag's bat auctioned to raise funds
  28. [BBC News] Srichaphan out to improve
  29. [Reuters] Paradorn hires new coach to boost career
  30. [Reuters] Hewitt wants favourable surface at Australian Open
  31. [Scotsman] 2005 could be year of the Tiger but Federer can foil on-form Tim
  32. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Australian women's hardcourt results
  33. [Reuters] Australian men's hardcourt results
  34. [BBC News] Australia struggle to victory
  35. [BBC News] Golovin claims Gold Coast win
  36. [Topix] Canada, Russia advance to world junior hockey final
  37. [BBC News] Players aid tsunami effort
  38. [Reuters] Philippoussis beaten but Australia clinch opening win
  39. [Topix] Federer, Gaudio Ride The Dunes In Doha
  40. [Reuters] Auckland Classic WTA results
  41. [Topix] Spotlight on Federer
  42. [Topix] Sharapova overwhelms Venus
  43. [Reuters] Hopman Cup organisers, fans donate to tsunami relief
  44. [Topix] Venus Willams, Sharapova Ride Elephants
  45. [Scotsman] Federer happy to go it alone without a coach
  46. [Topix] Spotlight on Federer as tennis year opens
  47. [Topix] NFL teams, tennis players, others athletes assist in tsunami relief efforts
  48. [Topix] Athletes assist in tsunami relief efforts
  49. [Topix] Spotlight on Federer As Tennis Year Opens
  50. [Yahoo] Federer opens season Monday at Qatar (AP)
  51. [Topix] Tennis Season Kicks Off Down Under With Upset
  52. [Topix] Sharapova Beats Venus Williams 6-4, 6-3
  53. [Topix] Pennetta upsets Dechy in Australia
  54. [Yahoo] Sharapova tops Venus in exhibition match (AP)
  55. [BBC News] Players to help tsunami victims
  56. [Yahoo] Argentina wins Hopman Cup opener (AP)
  57. [BBC News] Argentina battle past Italy
  58. [Yahoo] Pennetta upsets Dechy in Australia (AP)
  59. [Topix] Sharapova, Serena in final
  60. [Reuters] Moya hopes to build on Davis Cup success in 2005
  61. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Tsunami casts shadow over first ATP event
  62. [Topix] Louisville's Petrino ends talk of leaving for LSU
  63. [Topix] Lions, Rogers OK six-year deal
  64. [Topix] This year could be the year of a lot of surprises, or could it?
  65. [Topix] Canady, Delk propel Jamestown girls to win
  66. [Reuters] Tsunami casts shadow over first ATP event of 2005
  67. [Reuters] Former champion Dechy beaten at Gold Coast
  68. [Reuters] Australian women's hardcourt results
  69. [Topix] World spotlight shines on Greece
  70. [Reuters] PREVIEW-Federer will continue to go it alone in 2005
  71. [Topix] Petrino no longer interested in LSU
  72. [BBC News] Dechy slumps to defeat
  73. [Topix] Sharapova donates $10,000 to victims of tsunami disaster
  74. [BBC News] Argentina battle to opening win
  75. [Topix] War, steroids, brawls, teach us all lessons about life in sports
  76. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Coria exorcises demons with first win since June
  77. [Topix] Federer looking to match '04 run
  78. [Reuters] Hopman Cup results
  79. [Reuters] Hopman-Coria exorcises demons with first win since June
  80. [Topix] Late Cole Goal Keeps Chelsea Marching Forward
  81. [Scotsman] Murray nets BBC event's junior award
  82. [Topix] Netherlands into Hopman Cup
  83. [Topix] New Year's Eve parties canceled across tsunami-hit Asia, scaled-down in other areas
  84. [Topix] Venus Williams, Sharapova prepare for clash in warmup for Australian Open
  85. [Topix] Krajicek's sister helps lift Dutch at Hopman Cup
  86. [Topix] Bhupathi rules out pairing with Paes in 2005
  87. [Topix] Oracle sees all, maybe even a Rodman nuptial
  88. [Yahoo] Krajicek's sister lifts Dutch in Hopman (AP)
  89. [Scotsman] Federer supreme
  90. [BBC News] Netherlands through to Hopman Cup
  91. [Reuters] Hopman Cup draw/schedule
  92. [BBC News] Gilbert stunned by split
  93. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-PREVIEW-Russia favourites to win first Hopman
  94. [Reuters] PREVIEW-Russia hot favourites to win first Hopman title
  95. [Reuters] Rejuvenated Philippoussis hoping to enjoy tennis again
  96. [Topix] Tourney to proceed despite tsunami
  97. [Topix] Teams Organize Aid for Tsunami Victims
  98. [Topix] Sports world organizes own tsunami aid effort
  99. [Topix] Hewitt looks to home
  100. [Topix] New Year Looks Bleak for Tsunami Survivors
  101. [Topix] Myskina Seeks Top Spot
  102. [Topix] Greece Captures 2 Spots in AP Sports Poll
  103. [Topix] No place like home for Hewitt
  104. [Topix] Federer to wait on coach
  105. [Topix] Iraqi soccer team captured many hearts in '04
  106. [Yahoo] ATP Tour to help disaster-struck Madras (AP)
  107. [Yahoo] ATP Tour event to proceed in Madras (AP)
  108. [Reuters] Hewitt hopes a return home will provide tonic
  109. [Topix] Portis did a number on me, ex-Skin says
  110. [Topix] Sharapova donates $10,000 for victims
  111. [Topix] Federer baffled by positive dope tests in tennis
  112. [BBC News] Navratilova hits out at critics
  113. [BBC News] Gilbert stunned by Roddick split
  114. [Topix] Pierce Pulls Out Of Auckland; Krasnoroutskaya Steps In
  115. [BBC News] Federer waits for right coach
  116. [Topix] The Tennis Week Interview: Vince Spadea
  117. [Reuters] Defiant Navratilova says age is no barrier
  118. [Reuters] INTERVIEW-Gilbert wary of Roddick sacking
  119. [Scotsman] Safin underlines Henman's limits
  120. [Topix] Tennis '05 fires up next week
  121. [Topix] Navratilova to Play Doubles in Australia
  122. [BBC News] Federer in no rush to find coach
  123. [BBC News] Hewitt wants faster courts
  124. [BBC News] Pierce out of NZ event
  125. [Yahoo] Federer wants to repeat or better 2004 (AP)
  126. [Reuters] Henin-Hardenne to fly to Australia on Monday
  127. [Topix] Tennis star Maria Sharapova donates US$10,000 to tsunami victims
  128. [Reuters] Novak skips Australian Open to rest with family
  129. [Topix] Russian Tennis Star Sharapova to Donate $10,000 to Tsunami Victims
  130. [Topix] Novak Will Sit Out Australian Open
  131. [Topix] Sharapova to give $10K to tsunami victims
  132. [Reuters] Hewitt wants faster courts at Australian Open
  133. [Reuters] Pierce pulls out of Auckland Open
  134. [Topix] Sharapova to Give $10K to Tsunami Victims
  135. [BBC News] Hewitt wants faster Aussie courts
  136. [BBC News] Pierce pulls out of NZ tournament
  137. [Topix] Federer puzzled by tennis doping
  138. [Topix] Against all odds, a vintage year in sports
  139. [Topix] 2004 At A Glance
  140. [BBC News] Indian event to go ahead
  141. [Topix] Federer Baffled by Positive Dope Tests in Tennis
  142. [BBC News] Federer baffled by tennis doping
  143. [Reuters] India's Mirza gets Australia Open wildcard
  144. [BBC News] Navratilova ready for 2005
  145. [BBC News] Navratilova ready for 30th season
  146. [BBC News] Forget quits Fed Cup
  147. [Reuters] Doping-Federer baffled by positive dope tests in tennis
  148. [Topix] See 2004's Best results and comments
  149. [Topix] Sorenstam repeats as AP's top female athlete
  150. [Topix] Sorenstam again Athlete of Year
  151. [Topix] Navratilova ready to play doubles in 2005
  152. [Topix] Sorenstam Is AP Female Athlete of the Year ...
  153. [Topix] Davenport Withdraws From Hopman Cup; Blake To Partner Shaughnessy
  154. [Topix] Mello, Spadea, Blake, Novak Headline Delray Beach
  155. [Scotsman] Henman crushes Coria to keep cup hopes alive
  156. [Topix] Chris Bailey looks back on 2004, a year that was dominated by Roger Federer.
  157. [Reuters] CORRECTED - Forget retires as France's Fed Cup captain
  158. [Topix] Navratilova to play doubles in Australia
  159. [Reuters] Forget to retire as France Fed Cup captain in 2005
  160. [Topix] Second time around
  161. [Yahoo] Navratilova to play doubles in Australia (AP)
  162. [Topix] Rafter Returns To Australian Open
  163. [Yahoo] Navratilova to play doubles in Australi (AP)
  164. [BBC News] Forget to quit as France captain
  165. [BBC News] Alexander lands Australia job
  166. [Topix] John Mayer Sent To Principal's Office For Being Famous
  167. [Scotsman] Henman bows to Roddick after Masters Cup defeat
  168. [Foxsports Australia] Safin yearns to break drought
  169. [Topix] Fila Will Not Renew Capriati's Contract
  170. [Foxsports Australia] US Open winner in Bali final
  171. [Topix] Carson tennis program fosters love of game
  172. [Scotsman] Roddick too good for Tim
  173. [Topix] Tennis - Topix.net
  174. [Foxsports Australia] Spadea, Ancic advance to semis
  175. [Foxsports Australia] Unseeded players storm semis
  176. [Foxsports Australia] Russian stars shine in Bali
  177. [Scotsman] Sharapova caps superb year as foil to Williams
  178. [Foxsports Australia] Flying Finn knocks off Nalbandian
  179. [Foxsports Australia] How to tame rampant Roger
  180. [Foxsports Australia] Alexander slams junior programs
  181. [Foxsports Australia] Thai in Beijing semis
  182. [Foxsports Australia] Spadea cruises into quarters
  183. [Topix] The year of Suzuki, suspensions, and the Sox (AP) - Sure shots, long...
  184. [Foxsports Australia] Kim names the day
  185. [Scotsman] Moya's magic seals Davis Cup for Spain
  186. [Foxsports Australia] Myskina falls in Bali
  187. [Foxsports Australia] Kim dumps Ferrero
  188. [Foxsports Australia] New sponsor for Adelaide event
  189. [Scotsman] A sequence of empty black Marias
  190. [Scotsman] Los Bryans not the saviours as US face a torrid time in singles
  191. [Scotsman] In the net
  192. [Topix] A month-by-month smatter of 2004 chatter
  193. [BBC News] Aussies name new Fed Cup captain
  194. [Reuters] Australia appoint Alexander as Fed Cup captain
  195. [Scotsman] Spain seize control of Davis Cup
  196. [Topix] Pierce, Frazier, Daniilidou Headline ASB Classic Field
  197. [Reuters] Athletics-Olympic champion Nesterenko voted top Belarus athlete
  198. [Topix] Federer Named 2004 European Player of the Year
  199. [Topix] Hopman Cup starts two-week, nine-tournament schedule of Australian Open warmups
  200. [Topix] Greece finishes 1-2 in AP sports poll of international sports stories
  201. [Topix] Koubek Out Of Aussie & NZ Tennis Opens
  202. [Topix] Koubek banned after drugs test
  203. [Topix] Koubek suspended three months for drugs
  204. [Yahoo] Koubek suspended for failing drug test (AP)
  205. [BBC News] Koubek suspended after drugs test
  206. [BBC News] Federer wins ITF award
  207. [Reuters] Austria's Koubek handed three-month doping ban
  208. [Topix] What Fans are Saying
  209. [Topix] Clijsters Holds Out Hope For Australian Open
  210. [Scotsman] Henman calls for tennis authorities to speed up the courts
  211. [Scotsman] Health scare for Stich at Masters event
  212. [Topix] Tell us which players YOU think can challenge Federer for No. 1 in 2005?
  213. [Reuters] POLL-Federer aces Reuters sportsman of the year poll
  214. [Topix] The Tennis Channel Launches In New Markets
  215. [Topix] Story From The Dec./Jan. Issue Of Tennis Week Magazine: The Boy Next Door
  216. [Topix] Tennis Superstar Signs Exclusive Calendar Deal
  217. [Topix] Names in the Game
  218. [Topix] Sports Digest
  219. [BBC News] Federer named ITF world champion
  220. [Reuters] Federer and Myskina crowned 2004 ITF world champions
  221. [BBC News] Murray wins second title
  222. [BBC News] Henin beaten on comeback
  223. [Reuters] FEATURE-Nostalgic India braces for Paes-Bhupathi clash
  224. [Scotsman] Futures win caps year for Murray
  225. [Topix] Draper looking for dual role
  226. [BBC News] Roche 'turns down Federer offer'
  227. [Yahoo] U.S. sweeps Orange Bowl tennis (AP)
  228. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne opens preparation for Australian Open with two losses
  229. [Yahoo] Henin-Hardenne loses another exhibition (AP)
  230. [Topix] Justine in the dark
  231. [Topix] Merriment rules at charity event
  232. [BBC News] Henin admits to doubts
  233. [Topix] Roddick likes Davis Cup future
  234. [Topix] Bug Turnout For Tennis Charity
  235. [BBC News] Henin loses on comeback
  236. [Topix] Former Aussie tennis player earns Australian PGA card
  237. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne Returns to Action With Loss
  238. [Topix] Sharapova emerges as teenage business tycoon
  239. [BBC News] Federer 'links up with Roche'
  240. [Reuters] Federer wins Swiss sports crown
  241. [BBC News] Henin loses to Dechy on comeback
  242. [BBC News] Felgate backs GB women
  243. [Yahoo] Henin-Hardenne loses in return to court (AP)
  244. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne loses exhibition in first match since September
  245. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne opens preparation for Australian Open
  246. [Topix] Aussie Player Has Options
  247. [Topix] Serving up a little support
  248. [Topix] Agassi, Roddick Meet In Mobile Tonight
  249. [Topix] I Have a Column
  250. [Topix] Capriati sidelined by shoulder injury