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Australian tennis star dropped from Davis Cup
Robert G Cope
Melbourne - Bernard Tomic, Australia's most talented young player, has been banned from the 2013 team by Davis Cup captain Pat Rafter.
Op-Ed: Olympic competitors denied their ‘Any given Sunday…’
What defect makes it so hard for speakers to understand the effect of their own words? I ask following today’s visit from a window whiz who verbally leapt from flashing to sashes to sill stops and drip caps in numbing and discomfiting crescendo.
Federer survives big scare to reach fourth round at Wimbledon
London - After watching Rafael Nadal go down to unseeded Lukas Rosol a day ago, Roger Federer was in danger of facing a similar fate Friday versus 29th ranked Julien Benneteau.
Wimbledon 2012: 'Big Four' all through, Venus crashes out
Wimbledon - The opening two days of Wimbledon tennis championships are behind us and all the top seeds are comfortably through to the second round matches.
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Roger Federer advances to the fourth round
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Redemption: Serena Williams reacts after winning the championship match point with a Wimbledon final win over Agnieszka Radwanska.
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