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Bleacher Report
Will Federer Still Be an Elite Player When He Returns in 2017?an iron man because he simply couldn't be knocked out of action. This season s
Will Federer Still Be an Elite Player When He Returns in 2017?
Bleacher Report / Posted 7 hours ago
an iron man because he simply couldn't be knocked out of action. This season started smoothly for Federer, as he reached the Australian Open semifinals in January. Though he fell to Novak Djokovic in four sets, his play during the tournament... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Milos Raonic man on a mission at hometown Rogers Cupthe Canadian claiming the past two, both quarterfinal affairs earlier this seas
Milos Raonic man on a mission at hometown Rogers Cup
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
the Canadian claiming the past two, both quarterfinal affairs earlier this season on the hardcourts at Indian Wells and the Australian Open. “I’ve got to play well. I’ve got to dictate,” said the 25-year-old Raonic, who reached the Rogers Cup... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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9h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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9h
Queensland Times
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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9h
The Morning Bulletin
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 9 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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10h
News Mail
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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10h
Daily Examiner
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavi
Dad's a Kiwi: Should I go back to my own country?
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 hours ago
the late 1990s. We've feared the Irish too. During the breakdown of Yugoslavia, we were fearful then too. Remember when the Australian Open was marred by violence? That was only 2007. At the moment we're nervous about Muslims of all shades and... Read more
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22h
Chattanooga Times Free Press
A major after all, NFL news, NFL retired team, Rushmore of catshave believed for years that the PGA was the fifth, red-headed stepsister of th
A major after all, NFL news, NFL retired team, Rushmore of cats
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 22 hours ago
have believed for years that the PGA was the fifth, red-headed stepsister of the major championships. A kissing cousin of the Australian Open. Well, when the PGA comes to a place like this — Baltusrol is an absolute American gem and one of the 10... Read more
23h
The Post-Standard
Ephesus, Syracuse LED company, to light up Buffalo Sabres gamesglobal. The company will be installing LED lights next month at Rod Laver Arena
Ephesus, Syracuse LED company, to light up Buffalo Sabres games
The Post-Standard / Posted 23 hours ago
global. The company will be installing LED lights next month at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia, the main venue for the Australian Open in tennis and the first overseas customer for Ephesus, he said. "That was made possible by Eaton," he... Read more
23h
The Courier Mail
Second prize on offer at US PGAfrom even half of them would ensure a stellar event, and with world number thre
Second prize on offer at US PGA
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
from even half of them would ensure a stellar event, and with world number three Jordan Spieth having signed on to play in the Australian Open the week before, his presence at Kingston Heath is highly likely. Day, who won the last World Cup of... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
US PGA Championship World Cup of Golffrom even half of them would ensure a stellar event, and with world number thre
US PGA Championship World Cup of Golf
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 23 hours ago
from even half of them would ensure a stellar event, and with world number three Jordan Spieth having signed on to play in the Australian Open the week before, his presence at Kingston Heath is highly likely. Day, who won the last World Cup of... Read more
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The Manila Times
Federer to miss Rio, rest of season with injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer to miss Rio, rest of season with injury
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: “I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Williams hungry for sixth Australian OpenSerena Williams hopes her burning desire to win the Australian Open helps her b
Williams hungry for sixth Australian Open
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Serena Williams hopes her burning desire to win the Australian Open helps her banish four years of disappointment and claim a record sixth title in Melbourne. Williams, 33, has endured mixed form in her lead in to the year's opening grand slam, in... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Why there is no doom and gloom for Roger Federeror masters finals. The season began typically enough. Federer got to the final
Why there is no doom and gloom for Roger Federer
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 2 days ago
or masters finals. The season began typically enough. Federer got to the final in Brisbane and reached the semifinals at the Australian Open for the 12th time in 13 season. But in early February, he underwent surgery meniscus surgery, the first... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Olympic notestore the meniscus in his left knee while running a bath for his twin daughters
Olympic notes
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
tore the meniscus in his left knee while running a bath for his twin daughters a day after losing in the semifinals of the Australian Open. In February, he had surgery, the first in his 18-year career. "The doctors advised that if I want to... Read more
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Rappler
Federer will miss Rio Olympics, rest of season with knee injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer will miss Rio Olympics, rest of season with knee injury
Rappler / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: "I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Roger Federer to miss Rio Olympics, rest of season with injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Roger Federer to miss Rio Olympics, rest of season with injury
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: "I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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SportsFan
Matt Jones wants PGA encore21st while compatriot Jason Day surged to victory. Given Jones held off Jordan
Matt Jones wants PGA encore
SportsFan / Posted 2 days ago
21st while compatriot Jason Day surged to victory. Given Jones held off Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott a few months later in the Australian Open it is not unreasonable to believe him. "It was good to be in that position but I've got to find a way to... Read more
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Perth Now
Will Federer’s injury return be in Perth?No. 3 recover in time, the Perth tournament which runs from January 1-7 could b
Will Federer’s injury return be in Perth?
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
No. 3 recover in time, the Perth tournament which runs from January 1-7 could be the perfect comeback in preparation for the Australian Open. Federer underwent the first surgery of his career on his left knee after injuring it while bathing his... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Will Federer’s injury return be in Perth?No. 3 recover in time, the Perth tournament which runs from January 1-7 could b
Will Federer’s injury return be in Perth?
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
No. 3 recover in time, the Perth tournament which runs from January 1-7 could be the perfect comeback in preparation for the Australian Open. Federer underwent the first surgery of his career on his left knee after injuring it while bathing his... Read more
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The Young Witness
He’s done it againScotland, Tahiti and Australia. While the championships are open to all compet
He’s done it again
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
Scotland, Tahiti and Australia. While the championships are open to all competitors, Schiller was selected to represent the Australian Open Shooting Team after qualifying at the Australian Nationals back in April. Last time he claimed a world... Read more
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ESPN
Why there is no doom and gloom for Roger Federeror masters finals. The season began typically enough. Federer got to the final
Why there is no doom and gloom for Roger Federer
ESPN / Posted 2 days ago
or masters finals. The season began typically enough. Federer got to the final in Brisbane and reached the semifinals at the Australian Open for the 12th time in 13 season. But in early February, he underwent surgery meniscus surgery, the first... Read more
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The Sport Review
Rogers Cup Toronto: Berdych beats spirited Coric, but Zverev disappoints in debutfrom winning the biggest titles of his career, the Washington 500, has looked i
Rogers Cup Toronto: Berdych beats spirited Coric, but Zverev disappoints in debut
The Sport Review / Posted 2 days ago
from winning the biggest titles of his career, the Washington 500, has looked in good form all year with quarter-finals at the Australian Open, Indian Wells and Miami, though has continued to have his share of injury problems. But he raced past the... Read more
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Northern Star
Hot shots get ready to rollTWO Far North Coast tennis players will be part of the Australian Open next yea
Hot shots get ready to roll
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
TWO Far North Coast tennis players will be part of the Australian Open next year after they were selected as ANZ Hot Shot of the Year nominees. Jack McLean and Eva Skeet are only seven-years-old and are two of the 12 finalists. The ANZ Tennis Hot... Read more
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Japan Today
Federer to miss rest of season with injury ‹ Japan Todayhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer to miss rest of season with injury ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: “I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Federer to miss Olympics, rest of season with injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer to miss Olympics, rest of season with injury
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: "I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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The Sport Review
Tennis in shock as Roger Federer abandons the rest of the yearand worst, news for Federer and his fans in what has already been a year marred
Tennis in shock as Roger Federer abandons the rest of the year
The Sport Review / Posted 2 days ago
and worst, news for Federer and his fans in what has already been a year marred by injury and illness. It began after the Australian Open, when a freak accident to his left knee led to a first ever surgery. He was forced to cancel Rotterdam,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Roger Federer announces he is OUT of the Olympicssupport." Federer won the last of his Grand Slam titles in 2012 when he secure
Roger Federer announces he is OUT of the Olympics
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
support." Federer won the last of his Grand Slam titles in 2012 when he secured his eighth Wimbledon triumph. He has won the Australian Open four times, the US Open five times and the French Open once. Federer won the silver medal at London... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Federer to miss Rio, rest of season with injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer to miss Rio, rest of season with injury
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: "I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Federer to miss Rio Games due to injuryhis focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing
Federer to miss Rio Games due to injury
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
his focus on making a full recovery for next season, after recently announcing he would play in the Hopman Cup ahead of the Australian Open. He added: "I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Champs receive grantsto assist with costs to compete in the Australian Hockey under-21 competition;
Champs receive grants
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
to assist with costs to compete in the Australian Hockey under-21 competition; Alexis Mastrodomenico, who will take part in the Australian Open Swimming championships; and Jessica Rosskelly, due to compete internationally in canoeing. The Local... Read more
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Daily Mail
Konta gratefully heads to Rio in high spirits after first WTA Tour winthis is going to take to sink in.’ This has been an extraordinary year for Kon
Konta gratefully heads to Rio in high spirits after first WTA Tour win
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
this is going to take to sink in.’ This has been an extraordinary year for Konta. It began with a semi-final appearance at the Australian Open, has featured a surge into the world’s top 20 and next Sunday she will travel to Rio de Janeiro as part... Read more
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Philly.com
PGA Championship carries major weightthe last six. For those who continue to keep tabs. The PGA is, of course, main
PGA Championship carries major weight
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
the last six. For those who continue to keep tabs. The PGA is, of course, mainly regarded as the fourth major. Much like the Australian Open is in tennis. The Masters is Augusta National, a tradition unlike any other. The U.S. Open is the hardest... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
WTA hardcourt tournament: Johanna Konta makes cutat your discipline,” she added. Konta had launched her career-best season with
WTA hardcourt tournament: Johanna Konta makes cut
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
at your discipline,” she added. Konta had launched her career-best season with a win over Williams in the first round of the Australian Open, where she went on to reach the semifinals. Britain’s top player has since gone from strength to... Read more
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Sussex Express
Hard work pays off as Konta lands first WTA titlehit 12 aces to just three from Williams. “It’s quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off as Konta lands first WTA title
Sussex Express / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. “It’s quite an incredibly humbling experience,” Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. “It’s a validation of all the hard work you’ve already put in... Read more
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International Business Times
Johanna Konta beats Venus Williams to win maiden WTA title in Stanford sets. The 25-year-old moves to a career best world number 14 after prevailing 7
Johanna Konta beats Venus Williams to win maiden WTA title in Stanford
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
sets. The 25-year-old moves to a career best world number 14 after prevailing 7-5, 5-7, 6-2 at the Bank of West Classic. The Australian Open semi-finalist was playing in her first career final but was not overawed by three-time winner Williams,... Read more
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The Sport Review
Johanna Konta beats Venus Williams to claim first title in Stanford7-5 in the third set. But before you could say ‘top 30’, she was on the cusp o
Johanna Konta beats Venus Williams to claim first title in Stanford
The Sport Review / Posted 4 days ago
7-5 in the third set. But before you could say ‘top 30’, she was on the cusp of just that after a breakthrough semi run at the Australian Open. And Konta’s run in Melbourne began with none other than revenge over No8 seed Williams, 6-4, 6-2. A... Read more
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Sporting Life
Konta wins first WTA titlehit 12 aces to just three from Williams."It's quite an incredibly humbling expe
Konta wins first WTA title
Sporting Life / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams."It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match."It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
Kingston Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Gazette
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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guardian-series
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Harrow Times
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title winhit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling ex
Hard work pays off for Johanna Konta with title win
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
hit 12 aces to just three from Williams. "It's quite an incredibly humbling experience," Konta, who also beat Williams at the Australian Open, told a press conference after the match. "It's a validation of all the hard work you've already put in... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Johanna Konta upsets Venus Williams in Bank of the West finalfirst British woman to reach the Bank of the West final since Virginia Wade in
Johanna Konta upsets Venus Williams in Bank of the West final
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 4 days ago
first British woman to reach the Bank of the West final since Virginia Wade in 1981. She also had a win over Williams at the Australian Open and is 5-4 against top 20 players this year. "She plays real well against me," Williams said. "I played... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Britain's Konta topples Venus for first WTA titlemore better at your discipline. " Konta had launched her career-best season wi
Britain's Konta topples Venus for first WTA title
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 days ago
more better at your discipline. " Konta had launched her career-best season with a win over Williams in the first round of the Australian Open, where she went on to reach the semi-finals. Britain's top player has since gone from strength to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Milos Raonic disappointed with other stars’ withdrawals from Rogers Cupearlier this month in the final at Wimbledon. The Briton has beat Raonic four t
Milos Raonic disappointed with other stars’ withdrawals from Rogers Cup
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
earlier this month in the final at Wimbledon. The Briton has beat Raonic four times this year, including the semi-finals of the Australian Open, quarter-finals at Monte-Carlo and the finals at the Aegon Championships just before Wimbledon. Despite... Read more
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