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  1. [BBC News] Dokic, Bartoli hit by injury
  2. [Reuters] Dokic. Bartoli forced out of Thailand Open
  3. [Topix] Yorkshire Post Today: News, Sport, Jobs, Property, Cars, Entertainments & More
  4. [Topix] Sharapova and Kuznetsova Through in Tokyo
  5. [Topix] With Gordon in AFL, Wheelers pursue QBs
  6. [Topix] These Sporting Rights
  7. [BBC News] Rusedski boost for Davis Cup team
  8. [BBC News] Sharapova made to work
  9. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Sharapova and Kuznetsova solid in Tokyo
  10. [Topix] Sharapova advances at Pan Pacific
  11. [Topix] Gambill rides new stroke to familiar result at ITC
  12. [Topix] Ancic, Stepanek, Schuettler Win at Milan
  13. [BBC News] Sharapova made to battle in Japan
  14. [BBC News] Hingis cools return talk
  15. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Sharapova and Kuznetsova through in Tokyo
  16. [Reuters] Sharapova wins first match at Pan Pacific Open
  17. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-BellSouth Open ATP tournament results
  18. [Topix] Gonzalez battles through in Chile
  19. [Topix] Hingis learns the brutal reality
  20. [BBC News] Novak into round two
  21. [Topix] Gambill Advances to Second Round of ITC
  22. [Yahoo] Gambill's new stroke working at Delray (AP)
  23. [Topix] Roddick ready to bounce back after Australian Open
  24. [BBC News] Novak cruises into second round
  25. [Yahoo] Blake loses latest comeback match (AP)
  26. [Topix] Roddick aims to rebound after Aussie loss
  27. [Topix] Have the young stars in pro tennis in...
  28. [Scotsman] Hingis and Seles make losing returns
  29. [Topix] Ancic, Schuettler Advance in Milan
  30. [Topix] Hingis' comeback spoiled...
  31. [Topix] Oz Open Women's Final Was Most Viewed Match In ESPN2 History
  32. [Yahoo] Roddick rebounding from Aussie Open (AP)
  33. [Topix] Annan Selects Clinton for Tsunami Effort
  34. [Topix] Hingis Runs Out of Gas in Return to Competition at WTA Pattaya City
  35. [Topix] Monfils Advances in Milan; Hingis Returns in Thailand
  36. [Topix] Sanchez, Ramirez-Hidalgo win in Vina del Mar
  37. [BBC News] Schuettler through in Milan
  38. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-BellSouth Open ATP tournament results
  39. [Reuters] UPDATE 5-Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  40. [Reuters] BellSouth Open ATP tournament results
  41. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  42. [Topix] Hingis Loses in First Round of Comeback
  43. [Topix] Hewitt goes for an Australian Open title at a place he knows well
  44. [Topix] Hingis and Seles lose in comeback matches
  45. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  46. [Topix] Corretja Misery Continues on Clay at ATP Vina Del Mar
  47. [Yahoo] Players raise $500,000 in tsunami relief (AP)
  48. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Thailand Open WTA tournament results
  49. [Topix] Roddick, Hewitt, Davenport advance to quarter-finals; Venus Williams out
  50. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Dementieva pulls out of Belgian tournament
  51. [Topix] Tennis Stars Help Raise Funds for Tsunami
  52. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Hingis beaten in three sets on comeback
  53. [Reuters] Dementieva pulls out of Belgian tournament
  54. [Yahoo] Hingis' comeback spoiled with loss (AP)
  55. [BBC News] Hingis cools talk of a comeback
  56. [Topix] Sugiyama Jinx Strikes Again in Tokyo
  57. [Topix] A comeback that tops them all
  58. [BBC News] Hingis suffers defeat on return
  59. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hingis beaten in three sets on comeback
  60. [BBC News] Agassi wanted for Davis Cup
  61. [Reuters] Hingis beaten in three sets on comeback
  62. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Sugiyama jinx strikes again in Toky
  63. [Reuters] Fans may be able to message players via on-court screens
  64. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Pan Pacific Open WTA tournament results
  65. [Topix] Boston,World TeamTennis an excellent match
  66. [Topix] Davis Cup captain to court Agassi
  67. [Topix] Sugiyama crashes out at Pan Pacific tennis
  68. [Topix] Tennis stars help raise more than $500,000
  69. [BBC News] US want Agassi back in Davis Cup
  70. [Topix] Wimbledon Top Priority for Sharapova
  71. [Reuters] McEnroe hopes to lure Agassi back to Davis Cup fold
  72. [Topix] Names in the Game
  73. [Reuters] Seles beaten by Navratilova in exhibition comeback
  74. [Topix] Spadea Cruises to Victory at Delray Beach
  75. [Reuters] Sugiyama jinx strikes again with first-round exit
  76. [BBC News] Dokic grabs long-awaited win
  77. [Reuters] Pan Pacific Open WTA tournament results
  78. [Topix] Sports Briefing Kildow crashes during training
  79. [Topix] A to Z of Australian Open
  80. [Topix] Lighthearted action brings relief in serious cause
  81. [Topix] Davis Cup Captain McEnroe hopes to lure Agassi back
  82. [BBC News] Agassi asked to return to US team
  83. [BBC News] Ljubicic safely through
  84. [Reuters] INTERVIEW-Wimbledon top priority for Sharapova
  85. [Topix] Tennis stars help raise funds for tsunami
  86. [Topix] Spadea wins opener at Delray
  87. [Topix] Tennis news from around the world
  88. [Yahoo] Tennis stars raise $500,000 for tsunami (AP)
  89. [Topix] Serena Sets Sights On No. 1, Roland Garros
  90. [Reuters] Spadea cruises to victory at Delray Beach
  91. [Reuters] Millennium International Tennis Championships results
  92. [Yahoo] Spadea advances at Delray Beach (AP)
  93. [Topix] Navratilova confirms participation in Hyderabad Open
  94. [Topix] Safin-Lundgren Partnership Pays Dividends Early in 2005
  95. [BBC News] Veteran Corretja fails in Chile
  96. [Topix] Captain McEnroe hopes to lure Agassi back
  97. [Topix] Ljubicic moves on in Milan
  98. [Topix] Hingis Returns To Tennis In Thailand Tomorrow
  99. [Yahoo] McEnroe hopes to lure back Agassi (AP)
  100. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  101. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  102. [Reuters] Thailand Open WTA tournament results
  103. [Topix] Sania Mirza moves up in women's rankings
  104. [Topix] Lleyton Hewitt woos Bec Cartwright with a song
  105. [Topix] Zabaleta eases into second round in Chile
  106. [Reuters] Swedish coach was key to Safin win, says Russian chief
  107. [Topix] Serena Comes Up Big Down Under
  108. [Reuters] CORRECTED - Women's 2005 WTA Tour winners
  109. [Reuters] Milan Indoor ATP tournament results
  110. [Topix] Hingis returns on Tuesday
  111. [BBC News] Ljubicic safely through in Milan
  112. [Reuters] Davenport gets Serena out of her system in Tokyo
  113. [BBC News] Safin cool on Wimbledon
  114. [Reuters] Safin eyes more grand slam success -- but not Wimbledon
  115. [Topix] Davenport, Myskina, Venus Lead Family Circle Cup Field
  116. [Topix] Bulgaria's Tennis Moves up in WTA Ranking
  117. [Topix] Thai star loses before home fans
  118. [Topix] Who's the Greatest of them all?
  119. [Topix] Swedish Coach Was Key to Safin Win - Russian Chief
  120. [Yahoo] Thai star loses before home fans (AP)
  121. [Topix] Mistry bids for Australia success
  122. [Topix] Serena Williams jumps in rankings
  123. [Reuters] Leading 2005 WTA Tour rankings
  124. [Reuters] Men's 2005 ATP Tour rankings
  125. [Reuters] Men's 2005 ATP Race standings
  126. [Reuters] Men's 2005 ATP Tour winners
  127. [Topix] Davenport back in Japan to defend Pan Pacific title
  128. [Scotsman] Hewitt's love set and match
  129. [Topix] Safin gets a grip on temper and title
  130. [Topix] Draper misses qualifying for Heineken Classic
  131. [Topix] Former No.1 to return Tuesday
  132. [Scotsman] Hewitt set up for rest of life
  133. [Topix] Safin silences nation in winning Open
  134. [Topix] Sport Briefs - January 31, 2005
  135. [BBC News] Safin plays down Wimbledon hopes
  136. [Topix] Lleyton losing his mind
  137. [Topix] The good and the bad
  138. [BBC News] Serena takes second spot
  139. [Topix] Delray Beach tennis center looks forward to hosting Fed Cup
  140. [Topix] Daily Photos
  141. [Topix] ATP-Australians Draper and Stosur Win Mixed Doubles
  142. [BBC News] Safin rules out winning Wimbledon
  143. [Topix] Marat Safin paid tribute to coach Peter Lundgren after his brilliant...
  144. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hewitt to marry soap opera actress
  145. [Reuters] Hewitt to marry soap opera actress
  146. [Topix] Old players never die ... they carry on playing
  147. [Topix] Hewitt gets engaged
  148. [Yahoo] Serena jumps to No. 2 in rankings (AP)
  149. [BBC News] Safin relieved at recovery
  150. [Topix] Hewitt's marriage proposal to actress after Australian Open final loss
  151. [Topix] Hewitt Title Hopes Sink at Aussie Open
  152. [Topix] Safin's Comeback Ends Hewitt's Chance to Be the Hero for His Home Fans
  153. [Topix] Serena gets Grand Slam show back on the road
  154. [Topix] Serena sets sights on reclaiming top spot
  155. [Reuters] FEATURE-Kenyan slum project nurtures children's sporting dreams
  156. [Scotsman] Safin dashes Australian dream
  157. [Scotsman] Serena breaks grand slam drought
  158. [Topix] Lleyton and Bec to marry: report
  159. [Topix] News Home
  160. [Topix] Hingis to Return After Two-Year Layoff
  161. [Topix] Aussies not impressed with NCEA claims ACT
  162. [Topix] Safin ends Hewitt dream
  163. [Yahoo] Hewitt unable to win one for home crowd (AP)
  164. [Topix] Tennis Player Kim Sun-yong: 'Tomorrow's World Star'
  165. [Topix] Serena to celebrate in another new coat
  166. [Topix] Navratilova Leaves Australia Empty Handed
  167. [Yahoo] Safin praises coach after winning title (AP)
  168. [Topix] Safin unhinges Hewitt to deny Aussie Open a native champ
  169. [Topix] Serena, Zimbabweans Win, Roddick Hammer-Fest Continues
  170. [Topix] Navratilova leaves Australia without a title
  171. [Topix] Safin Captures Aussie Open Title
  172. [Reuters] WRAPUP 1-Open-Third time lucky for Safin
  173. [Topix] Agassi rested, ready to go for SAP title Free of injury, tourney...
  174. [Reuters] Open-Victorious Safin erases years of self-doubt
  175. [Topix] Kim Sun-yong Loses in Junior Singles Final
  176. [Reuters] Open-Hewitt's Australian dream remains out of reach
  177. [Topix] Safin's destiny, Hewitt's dream: something has to give
  178. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Open-Triumphant Safin overcomes Hewitt and fear
  179. [Reuters] Open-Australian Open collated finals results
  180. [Topix] The Agassi and ecstasy in S.J.
  181. [Reuters] Open-List of men's champions
  182. [Topix] Tournament's chief executive anticipates replay in 2006
  183. [Reuters] Open-Triumphant Safin pays tribute to Hewitt
  184. [Reuters] FACTBOX-Open-Australian Open champion Marat Safin
  185. [Topix] Hingis ready to make comeback
  186. [Yahoo] Safin beats Hewitt, wins Australian Open (AP)
  187. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Open-Safin downs Hewitt to win Australian title
  188. [Reuters] Open-Match statistics for Safin v Hewitt
  189. [Topix] Sharapova leads Russian challenge against Davenport at Pan Pacific Open
  190. [Reuters] Open-Safin beats Hewitt to win Australian Open
  191. [Topix] Stage set for fiery final Down Under
  192. [Reuters] Open-Australian Open men's final result
  193. [Yahoo] Safin wins Australian Open (AP)
  194. [BBC News] Hingis set for comeback
  195. [Reuters] Open-Safin wins Australian Open
  196. [Topix] video line calls inevitable''
  197. [Yahoo] Hingis set to return to tennis (AP)
  198. [Topix] Hewitt takes opening set
  199. [BBC News] Safin fightback ends Hewitt dream
  200. [Topix] Williams Savors Another Great Escape for Victory
  201. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Open-Versatile Draper wins mixed doubles title
  202. [Reuters] Open-Hewitt grabs first set in Australian Open final
  203. [Reuters] Open-Australian Open doubles result
  204. [Topix] Hewitt v Safin
  205. [Reuters] Open-Australians Draper and Stosur win mixed doubles
  206. [Topix] Draper, Stosur lift Australian Open mixed doubles trophy
  207. [Topix] Davenport disappears
  208. [Yahoo] Draper-Stosur win mixed doubles (AP)
  209. [BBC News] Live: Hewitt v Safin
  210. [BBC News] Williams wants top spot
  211. [BBC News] Aussies win mixed doubles
  212. [Topix] Serena Williams may have returned, but did she ever really go away?
  213. [Yahoo] Serena ends title drought (AP)
  214. [Topix] Serena rises down under
  215. [Topix] Black and Ullyett bag doubles title
  216. [Topix] Safin vs. Hewitt: a combustible mix for Australian final
  217. [Topix] For Williams, Great Escape Then a Grand Triumph
  218. [Topix] Safin, Hewitt have fire in common
  219. [Scotsman] Serena's serenade
  220. [Topix] Yes, he's annoying, but he's ours
  221. [Topix] The Daily Star: Internet Edition Sun. January 30, 2005
  222. [Scotsman] Safin gets ready to ruin Hewitt's dream
  223. [Topix] No question, Serena Williams is a champion again
  224. [Topix] Myskina, Martina for Hyderabad Open?
  225. [Topix] Serena Proves She's Back at Top of Game
  226. [Topix] The one Lleyton wants
  227. [BBC News] Hewitt one step from dream title
  228. [Yahoo] Safin vs. Hewitt: a combustible mix (AP)
  229. [BBC News] Williams battles to title
  230. [Yahoo] Davenport's lapse opens door for Serena (AP)
  231. [Topix] Serena Ends Long Drought By Winning Aussie Open
  232. [Yahoo] Navratilova falls in mixed doubles semis (AP)
  233. [Topix] Hewitt Dreams Of Final Glory
  234. [Topix] The Lass Got Class
  235. [Topix] Zimbabwe duo cause upset
  236. [Yahoo] Injured Serena wins Australian Open (AP)
  237. [Scotsman] Serena hurdles pain barrier in Melbourne
  238. [Scotsman] Heath will be looking for some home advantage
  239. [Topix] Factbox on Serena Williams
  240. [Topix] Andy lets Lleyton off the hook
  241. [Yahoo] Black, Ullyett earn men's doubles crown (AP)
  242. [Topix] Kuznetsova, Molik beat Davenport and Morariu for Australian Open doubles
  243. [Reuters] WRAPUP 2-Open-Battling Serena eyes return to top spot
  244. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Open-Black and Ullyett win doubles title
  245. [Reuters] Open-Sunday's order of play at the Australian Open
  246. [Topix] 7th seed Serena Williams claims 7th major coming back from a set...
  247. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Open-Australian Open doubles results
  248. [Topix] Safin hopes third time is charm at Open
  249. [Reuters] Open-Williams sisters still a force, says Serena
  250. [Reuters] Open-Serena sets sights back on top spot