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Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer for 1st career Western & Southern Open tennis title - Cincinnati.com
Artists Explore a New Canvas: Tennis Courts - New York Times
New York Times
Artists Explore a New Canvas: Tennis CourtsNew York TimesWhile the hairstyles and fashion trends of tennis players have dramatically evolved over the years, the courts themselves have mostly stayed the same. For over a century, they have been monochrome, with clean white lines delineating precisely measured ...and more »
Tennis benefit for Al Sigl - RochesterFirst
Tennis benefit for Al SiglRochesterFirstROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - Dozens of tennis players came together at Midtown Athletic Club on Sunday for Al Sigl's Tennis Benefit. This year's event sold out with more than 70 people taking part. There was live music, balloon pop, and tons of raffles.and more »
2018 Winston-Salem Open: Tennis Served Southern Style - WFMYNews2.com
Serena Williams graces cover of Time, says her tennis 'story doesn't end here' - CBSSports.com
Miller Park ready for its tennis close up - West Central Tribune
West Central Tribune
Miller Park ready for its tennis close upWest Central TribuneWILLMAR — It looks like the city of Willmar served up an ace with the completion of a new four-court tennis complex at Miller Park, replacing the rundown courts previously located at both Miller and Rice parks. When the courts opened several days ago ...
Tennis: Federer to meet Djokovic in Cincinnati final - ABS-CBN News
2018 girls tennis preview capsules - Carlisle Sentinel
2018 girls tennis preview capsulesCarlisle SentinelHere are preview capsules for 2018 high school girls tennis teams in The Sentinel coverage area: CAMP HILL LIONS. Coach: Greg Herb. Classification: 2A. Division: Mid-Penn Colonial. Last year: 10-4 (8-4). Postseason: Team did not qualify. Ines Fedriani ...
The Win That Changed the Tennis World - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal
The Win That Changed the Tennis WorldWall Street JournalIt became one of the most famous matches in tennis, immortalized by the journalist John McPhee in a series of New Yorker articles later published as the book “Levels of the Game.” Emphasizing the contrasts between the two players—one black, Southern ...and more »
Closing a great tennis chapter - The Australian
Closing a great tennis chapterThe AustralianRod Laver, the only man to win the tennis grand slam twice and a member of Australia's winning Davis Cup teams from 1959 to 1962 and in 1973, looks back on his victories playing for Australia as “among my most cherished memories”. He, like many former ...