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  1. [Yahoo] Volandri upsets Massu in Palermo
  2. [Topix] Roddick blazes into semis
  3. [Topix] Dementieva, Clijsters through to Gaz de France Stars semis
  4. [BBC News] Clijsters sees off Maleeva
  5. [Yahoo] Dementieva, Clijsters into Belgian semis
  6. [BBC News] US duo out of Porsche GP
  7. [Topix] Sharapova Steamrolls Into Seoul Semis
  8. [Yahoo] Clijsters reaches semis in Belgium
  9. [Topix] Celebrity NFL Picks
  10. [Topix] Federer, Roddick Reach Thailand Open Semi-Finals
  11. [Topix] Sharapova Storms Through to Korea Open Semi-Finals
  12. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Federer, Roddick reach Thailand Open semi-finals
  13. [Topix] Roddick, Federer reach Thailand Open semifinals
  14. [Reuters] Canas to meet ex-finalist Novak in Shanghai Open semis
  15. [Topix] Sharapova Advances to Korea Open Semis
  16. [Topix] Back, Shoulder Pain Force Henman Out Of Lyon
  17. [BBC News] Sharapova overpowers Stosur
  18. [Topix] Novak Defeats Gambill at Shanghai Open
  19. [Yahoo] Roddick, Federer reach semis in Thailand
  20. [Reuters] Sharapova storms through to Korea Open semi-finals
  21. [Topix] Federer and Roddick Ease Into Thailand Semi-Finals
  22. [Yahoo] Sharapova advances to Korea Open semis
  23. [BBC News] Federer and Roddick through
  24. [Reuters] Federer and Roddick ease into Thailand semi-finals
  25. [Yahoo] Novak, Canas advance in Shanghai
  26. [BBC News] Novak eases into semis
  27. [Topix] Gold Strike Tournament unites players from across the globe
  28. [Topix] Thursday Wrap...
  29. [Topix] U.S. To Host Croatia In First Round Of 2005 Davis Cup
  30. [Topix] Forstmann Buys IMG
  31. [Topix] Seeds Progress in Shanghai
  32. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne Still Troubled By Virus
  33. [Topix] Massu, Volandri, Berdych reach Palermo quarterfinals
  34. [Yahoo] Massu reaches Palermo quarters
  35. [Topix] Federer, Roddick, Safin Advance in Bangkok
  36. [Yahoo] Dementieva into Gaz de France quarters
  37. [BBC News] Federer cruises through
  38. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Federer leads top four seeds into quarter-finals
  39. [Yahoo] Roddick, Federer, Safin win in Thailand
  40. [Reuters] Novak through to Shanghai Open quarter-finals
  41. [Topix] Four more seeds ousted in China
  42. [Yahoo] Safina beats top seed Dulko at Guangzhou
  43. [Reuters] Henin confirms Filderstadt withdrawal
  44. [Topix] Henman Pulls Out of Grand Prix De Lyon
  45. [Yahoo] Canas and Novak advance, Nieminen loses
  46. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-2005 Davis Cup draw
  47. [Yahoo] Spain, U.S. top 2005 Davis Cup seeds
  48. [Topix] Federer, Safin advance to Thailand Open quarterfinals
  49. [Yahoo] Federer, Safin advance at Thailand Open
  50. [Scotsman] Baker ready for Sherwood
  51. [Topix] Virus May Force Henin-Hardenne Out Of Filderstadt
  52. [Yahoo] Safina advances at Guangzhou
  53. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Spain, U.S. handed easy Davis Cup outings
  54. [Yahoo] Henman pulls out of Grand Prix de Lyon
  55. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-2005 Davis Cup draw
  56. [Reuters] Spain, U.S. handed easy first-round Davis Cup outings
  57. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-2005 Davis Cup draw
  58. [Topix] Moya top seed in Vienna, Federer unlikely to play
  59. [Reuters] 2005 Davis Cup draw
  60. [Scotsman] Baker has no fear of Sherwood
  61. [Yahoo] Henin-Hardenne pulls out of Porsche GP
  62. [BBC News] GB handed Israel tie
  63. [Reuters] Federer comfortably through to Thailand quarter-finals
  64. [Reuters] Henman withdraws from Lyon Grand Prix
  65. [BBC News] Henman withdraws from Lyon
  66. [Reuters] Seeds continue to tumble at Guangzhou tournament
  67. [Yahoo] Sharapova reaches Korea Open quarters
  68. [BBC News] Sharapova sweeps past Saeki
  69. [Reuters] Sharapova sweeps into Korea Open quarters
  70. [Topix] Davenport To Play Sharapova In Shriver's Charity Event
  71. [Topix] Williams Sisters To Take McDonald Tour
  72. [Topix] Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick Bring Rock-N-Racquets to 'Bama
  73. [Topix] LoPiccolo does final lap
  74. [Scotsman] Murray lands dream match with McEnroe
  75. [Topix] Clijsters comes back from long layoff to make winning return
  76. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Clijsters wins on comeback, wrist is fine
  77. [Topix] Clijsters Returns With A Win On Home Soil
  78. [Topix] Philippoussis not a Weiner at ATP Shanghai
  79. [Topix] The Venetian Turns Pink
  80. [BBC News] Clijsters wins on return
  81. [Yahoo] Clijsters wins after five-month layoff
  82. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Sicily International ATP tournament results
  83. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Belgian Open WTA tournament results
  84. [BBC News] Rusedski 'would step aside'
  85. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Clijsters wins on comeback
  86. [BBC News] Henin out of German event
  87. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Belgian Open WTA tournament results
  88. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Sicily International ATP tournament results
  89. [BBC News] GB await Davis Cup fate
  90. [Topix] Ratliff signs five-year extension with Trail Blazers
  91. [Topix] Roddick, Safin advance at Thailand Open
  92. [Reuters] Roddick eases through in Thailand
  93. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Sicily International ATP tournament results
  94. [Yahoo] Roddick, Safin advance in Thailand
  95. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Sicily International ATP tournament results
  96. [Yahoo] Spears, Stosur reach Korea Open quarters
  97. [BBC News] Roddick sees off Parmar
  98. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Thailand Open ATP results
  99. [Reuters] Olympic champion Henin still suffering from virus
  100. [Reuters] Sicily International ATP tournament results
  101. [Topix] 174 NHL players now in Europe
  102. [Scotsman] Baker keeps himself in the mix at Craiglockhart
  103. [Reuters] Tentative Clijsters has one eye on next year
  104. [Reuters] Spain seeded first for 2005 Davis Cup
  105. [Topix] Safin downs Okun to cruise into second round
  106. [BBC News] Safin continues winning run
  107. [Yahoo] Spears, Stosur advance to quarterfinals
  108. [BBC News] Henin-Hardenne fitness fear
  109. [Yahoo] Novak cruises at Shanghai Open
  110. [BBC News] Asagoe suffers Korea loss
  111. [Reuters] Thailand Open ATP results
  112. [Reuters] Kuznetsova qualifies for WTA Championships
  113. [Topix] Chile Positioned to Chase History at Arag Atp World Team Championship
  114. [BBC News] Novak surges on in Shanghai
  115. [Topix] Sampras Reigns As Top Player In Open Era
  116. [Topix] Defending champ Philippoussis loses
  117. [Topix] Agassi Says Secret to Success Is His Wife
  118. [Topix] Schiavone, Farina Elia Win in Belgium
  119. [Topix] Philippoussis Falls In Shanghai
  120. [Topix] Venus Hits U.S. Open Courts
  121. [Topix] Pennetta, Bartoli advance in China tennis
  122. [Topix] Sharapova Wins At Korea Open
  123. [Yahoo] Schiavone, Farina Elia win in Belgium
  124. [Topix] Torn Pilot Pen banners finally coming down
  125. [Topix] Sharapova Wins in 1st Round of Korea Open
  126. [Reuters] Top seed Federer struggles through in Thai opener
  127. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Belgian Open WTA tournament results
  128. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Thailand Open first round results
  129. [Topix] Weiner tops Philippoussis at Shanghai Open
  130. [Yahoo] Federer reaches second round in Thailand
  131. [BBC News] Philippoussis crashes out
  132. [Topix] Seville to Host Spain and U.S. in December Davis Cup Final on Clay
  133. [Yahoo] Philippoussis loses Shanghai opener
  134. [Topix] Sports Briefs for September 28, 2004
  135. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Belgian Open WTA tournament results
  136. [Topix] Johansson Ousts Seeded Lopez at ATP Bangkok
  137. [Topix] Agassi says secret to success is his wife
  138. [Topix] Czechs star in Guangzhou
  139. [Yahoo] Sharapova wins opener in Seoul
  140. [Yahoo] Seville will host Davis Cup final
  141. [BBC News] Dent resists Gimelstob
  142. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Seville gets Davis Cup final in blow to Madrid
  143. [Topix] Sharapova Cruises Past Gagliardi in Korea Open
  144. [BBC News] Spain opt for Seville clay
  145. [Scotsman] Baker steps in to Futures
  146. [Topix] Andre Agassi says Steffi Graf is 'a great wife'
  147. [BBC News] Sharapova on song in Korea
  148. [Topix] Serena Ignites China
  149. [Reuters] Seville to host Davis Cup final between Spain and U.S.
  150. [Topix] Clijsters Returns In Gaz de France
  151. [Reuters] Sharapova cruises past Gagliardi in Korea Open
  152. [Topix] U.S. Looks Forward To Final Against Spain
  153. [Topix] Bryan Brothers Qualify For Masters Cup
  154. [Reuters] FEATURE-Family footsteps show Prakash Amritraj the way
  155. [Topix] Acasuso, Verdasco Advance in Palermo
  156. [Topix] Canas cruises; Ferrero pulls out in Shanghai
  157. [BBC News] Bates looks to youngsters
  158. [Topix] Verdasco advances in Palermo
  159. [Topix] What were they playing again?
  160. [Topix] Davis Cup Roundup: Americans cruise into final vs. Spain
  161. [BBC News] Parmar to face Roddick
  162. [Topix] Clijsters to Return in Gaz De France
  163. [Topix] Serena wins first title since March
  164. [Reuters] Chile think big after Olympic golds and Davis Cup return
  165. [Yahoo] Clijsters to return in Gaz de France
  166. [Yahoo] Johansson advances at Thailand Open
  167. [Topix] Johansson Advances at Thailand Open
  168. [Topix] Koukalova recovers at Guangzhou Open
  169. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Shanghai Open ATP tournament results
  170. [Topix] Weingartner loses Korean Open round
  171. [BBC News] Johansson wins Thai epic
  172. [Yahoo] Canas wins on first day of Shanghai Open
  173. [BBC News] Clijsters set to return
  174. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Shanghai Open ATP tournament results
  175. [Reuters] Belgian Open WTA tournament results
  176. [Reuters] Johansson beats Lopez in Bangkok thriller
  177. [Reuters] Thailand Open first round results
  178. [Topix] Clijsters to return in Gaz de France tournament
  179. [Topix] Noah criticizes French tennis officials of neglecting player development
  180. [BBC News] Parmar beaten in Thailand
  181. [Reuters] Belgian Open WTA results
  182. [Reuters] Shanghai Open ATP tournament results
  183. [BBC News] Ferrero drops out of China
  184. [Scotsman] Henman slams the rules after Davis Cup failure
  185. [Topix] SportsWire
  186. [Reuters] Guangzhou International WTA results
  187. [Topix] Match set for Mobile
  188. [Topix] Are sports uniforms too sexy?
  189. [Topix] Americans ready for Spanish in Davis Cup finals
  190. [Topix] Chocolate-eating teen is Spain's hero
  191. [Topix] Sharapova reaches China Open semis after "29-min win"
  192. [Topix] US close out victory over Belarus as final match scrapped
  193. [BBC News] Henman slams Cup schedule
  194. [Scotsman] Britain into Davis Cup wilderness
  195. [Reuters] U.S. are Davis Cup final underdogs, says Roddick
  196. [Reuters] WRAPUP 2-Spain set up Davis Cup final against U.S.
  197. [Reuters] Czech Republic beat Paraguay 5-0 in Davis Cup playoff
  198. [Topix] U.S. next plays Spain in Davis Cup
  199. [Topix] Rusedski loss crucial to GB
  200. [Yahoo] U.S. ready to turn attention to Spain
  201. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-U.S. beat Belarus 4-0 in Davis Cup semi-final
  202. [Yahoo] U.S. set to turn attention to Spain
  203. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Roddick extends U.S. domination over Belarus
  204. [Reuters] Chile beat Japan 5-0 in Davis Cup playoff
  205. [Reuters] Roddick extends U.S. domination over Belarus
  206. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-U.S. lead Belarus 4-0 in Davis Cup semi-final
  207. [Reuters] U.S. lead Belarus 4-0 in Davis Cup semi-final
  208. [Topix] Serena Williams Rallies to Capture Beijing Title
  209. [Reuters] Chocolate-eating teenager Spain's Davis Cup hero
  210. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Koubek keeps Austria in World Group
  211. [Reuters] WRAPUP 1-Spain set up Davis Cup final against U.S.
  212. [Reuters] Spain's "four number ones" clinch Davis Cup final place
  213. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Teenager Nadal sends Spain into Davis Cup final
  214. [Topix] Davis Cup World Group Qualifying Round-Up
  215. [Yahoo] U.S. clinches return to Davis Cup final
  216. [Reuters] Austria beat Britain 3-2 in Davis Cup playoff
  217. [Topix] Williams Claims First Title in 6 Months
  218. [Reuters] Slovakia stage comeback to beat Germany 3-2
  219. [Topix] Spain to face U.S. in Davis Cup final
  220. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Birthday girl Serena celebrates China Open win
  221. [Reuters] Croatia beat Belgium 3-2 in Davis Cup playoff
  222. [Yahoo] Spain reaches Davis Cup final
  223. [BBC News] Rusedski defeat ends GB bid
  224. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Teenager Nadal sends Spain into Davis Cup final
  225. [Topix] Blown out again, Dolphins shift game to primetime
  226. [Topix] Spain to Face U.S. in Davis Cup Final
  227. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Spain beat France 4-1 in Davis Cup semi-final
  228. [Yahoo] Serena Williams wins China Open title
  229. [BBC News] Serena takes China title
  230. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Teenager Nadal sends Spain into Davis Cup final
  231. [BBC News] Live: Rusedski v Koubek
  232. [Reuters] Slovakia beat Germany 3-2 in Davis Cup tie
  233. [Topix] Roddick sets record with blazing serve
  234. [BBC News] Henman keeps GB hopes alive
  235. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Henman hits back to level with Austria
  236. [BBC News] Spain win sets up USA clash
  237. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Teenager Nadal sends Spain into Davis Cup final
  238. [Topix] U.S. returning to Davis Cup finals
  239. [Reuters] Nadal sends Spain into Davis Cup final
  240. [Reuters] Spain lead France 3-1 in Davis Cup semi-final
  241. [Topix] Koubek Beats Henman, Gives Austria Lead
  242. [Reuters] Russia rout Thailand 5-0 to stay in Davis Cup elite
  243. [Reuters] Russia beat Thailand 5-0 in Davis Cup playoff
  244. [Reuters] Romania beat Canada 4-1 in Davis Cup tie
  245. [Topix] British duo lose unbeaten doubles record
  246. [Reuters] Austria take 2-1 lead over Britain after doubles win
  247. [Reuters] Spanish teenager Nadal given Cup chance against France
  248. [BBC News] Live: Henman v Melzer
  249. [Reuters] Austria lead Britain 2-1 in Davis Cup playoff
  250. [BBC News] GB slump in doubles