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  1. [Yahoo] Agassi survives two match points (AP)
  2. [Yahoo] Karatantcheva appeals doping ban to CAS (AP)
  3. [Topix] Sharapova reaches Tokyo last eight
  4. [Topix] Top seed Ljubicic beats Murray
  5. [Reuters] Safin will return in Marseille, says Russian Cup captain
  6. [Reuters] Stepanek falls to teenager Djokovic in Zagreb
  7. [Reuters] We can win without Nadal, says Spain coach
  8. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Zagreb International men's singles round 2 results
  9. [BBC News] "Who is the best volleyer of all time? Edberg, McEnroe, Becker?" - SD
  10. [Reuters] Zagreb International men's singles round 2 results
  11. [Topix] Bulgarian tennis player appeals doping ban to CAS
  12. [BBC News] Karatantcheva contests drugs ban
  13. [Topix] Sharapova, Hingis advance at Pan Pacific
  14. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Pan Pacific Open women's singles round 2 results
  15. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Sharapova and Hingis on Tokyo collision course
  16. [Reuters] Top seed Gaudio suffers shock exit in Chile
  17. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Sharapova and Hingis on Tokyo collision course
  18. [Topix] Agassi Wins Second Round At Delray
  19. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Pan Pacific Open women's singles round 2 results
  20. [Scotsman] Kerr joins the seniors after clinching title
  21. [Topix] Local boy Ljubicic ends Murray bid
  22. [Topix] Agassi rallies to beat Delgado
  23. [Yahoo] Sharapova, Hingis advance in Japan (AP)
  24. [BBC News] Hingis & Sharapova win in Tokyo
  25. [Topix] Sharapova and Hingis on Tokyo collision course
  26. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hingis rallies to reach Tokyo quarter-finals
  27. [Reuters] Hingis rallies to reach Tokyo quarter-finals
  28. [Reuters] Agassi fights off match points to reach quarter-finals
  29. [Reuters] Pan Pacific Open women's singles round 2 results
  30. [BBC News] Hingis keeps on winning in Tokyo
  31. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Delray Beach International men's singles round 2 results
  32. [Topix] Stosur reaches Tokyo quarter-finals
  33. [Topix] Agassi fights of match points to reach quarter-finals
  34. [Topix] Gaudio beaten at the Movistar Open
  35. [BBC News] Agassi relieved after narrow win
  36. [Topix] Top seed Ljubicic dashes Murray's hopes
  37. [Topix] Agassi advances at Delray
  38. [Topix] Agassi, Malisse win at Delray Beach
  39. [Topix] Federer looks to Roland Garros to complete 'Roger Slam'
  40. [Yahoo] Agassi rallies to win second-round match (AP)
  41. [Scotsman] Ljubicic fightback denies Murray his biggest scalp
  42. [Scotsman] Ljubicic comeback thwarts Murray
  43. [Topix] Agassi Wins Opening Match At Delray
  44. [Topix] Roddick and Blake lead US Davis Cup squad
  45. [Topix] Gaudio upset at Movistar Open
  46. [Topix] Ginepri downed in Delray Beach
  47. [Topix] Croatia names Davis Cup squad
  48. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Zagreb International men's singles results
  49. [Topix] If Federer gets by Kiefer, he can look forward to Baghdatis
  50. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Vina del Mar International men's singles round 2 results
  51. [Yahoo] Defending champ Gaudio upset in Chile (AP)
  52. [Yahoo] Henman reaches Zagreb quarterfinals (AP)
  53. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Zagreb International men's singles results
  54. [BBC News] Murray sunk as Henman flourishes
  55. [Reuters] Delray Beach International men's singles round 2 results
  56. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Top seed Ljubicic beats Murray in Zagreb
  57. [Reuters] Vina del Mar International men's singles round 2 results
  58. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Zagreb International men's singles results
  59. [BBC News] Murray sunk by Ljubicic fightback
  60. [Reuters] Top seed Ljubicic beats Murray in Zagreb
  61. [Topix] Federer, Ginepri Left Off Davis Cup Teams
  62. [Yahoo] Second-seeded Ginepri loses at Delray (AP)
  63. [BBC News] "Apart from the injuries problem, women's tennis is in great shape at the moment" - MI
  64. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Zagreb International men's singles results
  65. [Foxsports Australia] Safin yearns to break drought
  66. [Topix] Croatia names squad for Davis Cup match against Austria
  67. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Nadal gunning for top form by Dubai
  68. [Reuters] Zagreb International men's singles results
  69. [Reuters] Roddick to lead U.S. in Davis Cup tie with Romania
  70. [Topix] Lee a huge price to take apart Ginepri
  71. [Reuters] World number two Nadal hopes to be in top form by Dubai
  72. [Reuters] INTERVIEW-Rejuvenated Hingis aiming to bite back
  73. [Topix] Hingis sees new level
  74. [BBC News] Federer missing from Swiss squad
  75. [Foxsports Australia] US Open winner in Bali final
  76. [BBC News] Hingis shows off ruthless streak
  77. [Topix] Ginepri loses at Delray International
  78. [BBC News] Ask the boss
  79. [Reuters] Swiss omit Federer from provisional Davis Cup team
  80. [Topix] Hingis makes winning return to Pan Pacific Open tennis
  81. [Yahoo] Hingis cruises past Cho at Pan Pacific (AP)
  82. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Hingis makes flying start in Japan
  83. [Topix] South Korea's Lee upsets Ginepri
  84. [Topix] Ruthless Hingis outclasses Korean
  85. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Pan Pacific Open women's singles results
  86. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hingis makes flying start in Tokyo
  87. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Pan Pacific Open women's singles results
  88. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Pan Pacific Open women's singles results
  89. [Reuters] CORRECTION 1-Pan Pacific Open women's singles results
  90. [Reuters] Dementieva battles into Tokyo quarter-finals
  91. [Reuters] Pan Pacific Open women's singles results
  92. [Reuters] Malisse cruises, Ginepri goes out in Delray Beach
  93. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Delray Beach International men's singles round 1 results
  94. [Foxsports Australia] Spadea, Ancic advance to semis
  95. [Yahoo] Second seed Ginepri loses at Delray (AP)
  96. [Topix] Federer Likely to Earn Laureus Nomination
  97. [Yahoo] Gonzalez advances at Movistar Open (AP)
  98. [Foxsports Australia] Unseeded players storm semis
  99. [Foxsports Australia] Russian stars shine in Bali
  100. [Topix] Roddick, Blake to Lead U.S. Davis Cup Squad Next Week
  101. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Swiss Wawrinka stuns Ferrer in Zagreb
  102. [Topix] Federer in contention for Laureus award
  103. [Topix] Fed-Ex maintains perfect Grand Slam record The man...
  104. [Topix] Agassi makes confident start to season at Delray Beach
  105. [Topix] Blake Joins Roddick, Bryans on Davis Cup
  106. [Yahoo] Blake joins Roddick, Bryans on U.S. team (AP)
  107. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Zagreb International men's singles round 1 results
  108. [Reuters] Swiss Wawrinka stuns second seed Ferrer in Zagreb
  109. [Reuters] Sweden name squad for Davis Cup tie against Argentina
  110. [Reuters] France leave Santoro out for Davis Cup tie
  111. [Topix] McEnroe names U.S. Davis Cup squad
  112. [Yahoo] Second-seeded Ferrer ousted at Zagreb (AP)
  113. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Doping-Slovak tennis player Beck tests positive
  114. [Topix] Roddick, Blake to lead U.S. Davis Cup squad next week
  115. [Topix] Federer wins 7th Grand Slam title
  116. [Topix] Hingis returns to action on Wednesday
  117. [Topix] Tennis - Topix.net
  118. [BBC News] Wawrinka pulls off Ferrer upset
  119. [Foxsports Australia] Flying Finn knocks off Nalbandian
  120. [Yahoo] Agassi wins first match of year (AP)
  121. [Yahoo] Slovak Beck fails drug test at Davis Cup (AP)
  122. [Yahoo] Vaidisova beats Fujiwara at Pan Pacific (AP)
  123. [Topix] Agassi Opens 2006 with Victory
  124. [Topix] Agassi Opens 2006 With Victory
  125. [Yahoo] Vaidisova downs Fujiwara at Pan Pacific (AP)
  126. [Foxsports Australia] How to tame rampant Roger
  127. [Topix] Federer takes title
  128. [BBC News] Slovak Beck facing doping claims
  129. [BBC News] Tough Zagreb opener for Murray
  130. [Yahoo] Beck failed drug test at Davis Cup (AP)
  131. [BBC News] "Which was the best women's Grand Slam final of recent years? Graf v Hingis, Paris, 1999?" - LV
  132. [Topix] Agassi beats 2004 champ Mello in Delray tennis
  133. [Topix] Quick hits Williams sisters to play in Family Circle Cup
  134. [BBC News] Agassi makes impressive return
  135. [Topix] A-Rod now does wake-up calls, too
  136. [Foxsports Australia] Alexander slams junior programs
  137. [Topix] Agassi makes confident start
  138. [Reuters] Give me time to win more slams, says Sharapova
  139. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne's decision to quit final called 'disgraceful'
  140. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Delray Beach International men's singles round 1 results
  141. [Reuters] Australia look to new blood in Hewitt's absence
  142. [Foxsports Australia] Thai in Beijing semis
  143. [Topix] Roger rules
  144. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Pan Pacific Open women's singles round 1 results
  145. [Topix] Hingis declares herself back after winning Australian Open mixed doubles
  146. [BBC News] Hantuchova powers past Jankovic
  147. [Topix] A net gain for tennis fans
  148. [Topix] Agassi is sharp in ITC opener
  149. [Topix] Why Federer's tears flowed
  150. [Topix] Agassi wins opening match of the year at Delray
  151. [Topix] Robby Ginepri won't be part of Davis Cup team, coach says
  152. [Topix] Bandwagon rolls on for Baghdatis
  153. [Topix] No injury time for them
  154. [Topix] Blake gets spot over Ginepri
  155. [BBC News] Agassi makes impressive comeback
  156. [Yahoo] Agassi wins first match of the year (AP)
  157. [Topix] Agassi Wins Opening Match of the Year
  158. [Topix] Roddick creates up-down day in Delray
  159. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Delray Beach International men's singles round 1 results
  160. [Reuters] Delray Beach International men's singles round 1 results
  161. [Foxsports Australia] Spadea cruises into quarters
  162. [Topix] Ten lessons learned from Aussie Open
  163. [Topix] Federer beats Baghdatis to ...
  164. [Reuters] CORRECTION: Vina del Mar International men's singles round 1 results
  165. [Topix] Federer Wins Singles, Hingis Mixed at Australian Open
  166. [Topix] All hopes on Luczak for Davis Cup tie
  167. [Yahoo] Defending champ Gaudio wins Chile opener (AP)
  168. [Yahoo] Croatian teen ousts Andreev at Zagreb (AP)
  169. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Vina del Mar International men's singles round 1 results
  170. [Topix] Baghdatis wants to win, but not for Australia
  171. [Topix] Williams sisters to play in Family Circle
  172. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Zagreb International men's singles round 1 results
  173. [Reuters] Croatian teenager Cilic stuns Andreev in Zagreb
  174. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Vina del Mar International men's singles round 1 results
  175. [Topix] Federer knows no limits
  176. [Yahoo] Baghdatis up to No. 27 in ATP rankings (AP)
  177. [BBC News] Henman nets morale-boosting win
  178. [Foxsports Australia] Kim names the day
  179. [Topix] Baghdatis Moves to No. 27 on ATP Rankings
  180. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Zagreb International men's singles round 1 results
  181. [Reuters] Vina del Mar International men's singles round 1 results
  182. [Topix] Federer captures second Aussie Open title
  183. [Topix] Williams Sisters to Play in Family Circle
  184. [BBC News] "Baghdatis is an exciting player I hope to see more of" - DT
  185. [Topix] As expected, Roger Federer delivers in Australian Open
  186. [Yahoo] Williams' to play in Family Circle Cup (AP)
  187. [BBC News] 2005 gallery
  188. [Topix] Williams sisters to play in Family Circle Cup
  189. [Topix] Roddick Flakes in Delray, Sharapova Leads Russians in Tokyo
  190. [Yahoo] Baghdatis moves to No. 27 in ATP ranks (AP)
  191. [Topix] Kiefer reaches semifinals
  192. [Yahoo] Baghdatis bandwagon rolls on after loss (AP)
  193. [Reuters] Baghdatis's mother hospitalised during Open final
  194. [Reuters] COLUMN-Tears reveal humility behind Federer's greatness
  195. [Reuters] Zagreb International men's singles round 1 results
  196. [Reuters] Clijsters tops rankings, Hingis makes huge leap
  197. [Foxsports Australia] Myskina falls in Bali
  198. [Topix] Hingis will soon be in top 10, says Sharapova
  199. [BBC News] Henman sinks to 43rd in rankings
  200. [Topix] Hingis, Bhupathi win Aussie Open mixed doubles title
  201. [Topix] Fans hail Baghdatis
  202. [Topix] Australian Open wrapup
  203. [Scotsman] Tearful Federer keeps his sense of occasion
  204. [Topix] Kiefer tops Grosjean in marathon match
  205. [Topix] Sharapova denies dad's help on court
  206. [Reuters] Tennis - WTA Tour Entry Ranking standings
  207. [Reuters] Baghdatis moves up to number 27 in world rankings
  208. [Reuters] Tennis - WTA Tour Champions Race standings
  209. [Reuters] Tennis - ATP Tour Entry Ranking standings
  210. [Reuters] Tennis - ATP Tour Champions Race standings
  211. [Topix] Australian Open Glance
  212. [Topix] Federer leaving no stone unturned for French Open
  213. [Topix] Greeks fans put on show for Baghdatis
  214. [Topix] Grosjean falls to Kiefer at Aus. Open
  215. [Yahoo] Federer remains ranked No. 1 (AP)
  216. [Foxsports Australia] Kim dumps Ferrero
  217. [Foxsports Australia] New sponsor for Adelaide event
  218. [Topix] Federer, Kiefer sneak into Aussie Open semis
  219. [Topix] Amelie Has Maur in Tank Than Rivals Amelie Mauresmo proved she is one...
  220. [Scotsman] Tearful Federer maintains his sense of occasion
  221. [Topix] Widom sweeps into main draw
  222. [Scotsman] Proud Mauresmo is last woman standing
  223. [Scotsman] Hingis caps comeback with mixed doubles title
  224. [Topix] Baghdatis bandwagon rolls on despite loss
  225. [Scotsman] Murray to play top seed Ljubicic
  226. [Topix] Title for Hingis on doubles comeback
  227. [Topix] Federer Shows He's Human After Winning in Australia
  228. [Topix] Federer still the best
  229. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne stuns Davenport
  230. [Topix] Champ shows he is human after all
  231. [Topix] Kiefer reaches Aussie semis with marathon win over Grosjean (Reg Req'd)
  232. [Topix] As expected, Roger Federer ...
  233. [Topix] Bhupathi-Hingis don mixed-double crown
  234. [Topix] Conspiracy theories on walkover are a nonsense
  235. [Topix] Roddick Weekend Flake-Out in Delray Beach Raises Questions
  236. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Despite defeat, Baghdatis hailed as Cyprus hero
  237. [Reuters] French media salutes Mauresmo's maiden grand slam
  238. [Topix] Henin-Hardenne took the queasy way out
  239. [Yahoo] Special fans watch Federer's victory (AP)
  240. [Reuters] WRAPUP 1-Emotional Federer wins second Australian Open
  241. [Reuters] Federer eyes Paris through the tears
  242. [Reuters] Swiss giant ends Baghdatis fairytale
  243. [Topix] Time on Federer's side: Laver
  244. [Reuters] Despite defeat, Baghdatis acclaimed as Cyprus hero
  245. [Topix] Despite Aussie Loss, Baghdatis Undaunted
  246. [BBC News] Federer targets Grand Slam
  247. [Topix] Federer beats Baghdatis to win Australian Open men's title
  248. [Yahoo] Baghdatis confident despite loss (AP)
  249. [Topix] Baghdatis wants to be next Federer
  250. [Yahoo] Hingis, Bhupathi win mixed doubles title (AP)