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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

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As The Olympics Approaches, The Players Interest Grows

Andy Murray has his own dreams of an Olympic gold medal at home at the London Games - but the Scot cannot rule out the possibility that mighty Roger Federer could be even more driven than himself to succeed on the big stage of the Games.

"You never know what's going to happen with injuries or your body or simply, I guess, with motivation. You never know how people are going to feel."

 

Being on The Road, Federer Wants to be All Business

Experienced world traveler Roger Federer has re-confirmed his preference for staying all business during tournament week, with the Swiss billeting at a luxury hotel instead of his local flat during the Dubai Championships in the emirate.

It's the same for the 16-time Grand Slam winner in his hometown event in Basel, the city where he grew up and learned his world-class skills. What has worked for the Swiss is something that the 30-year-old is not about to change. "I've stayed at the hotel for a number of years now here. It's like at the Olympics, to be quite honest as well," said Federer. 

 

Roddick Hopes This Month to Begin His Turnaround

Andy Roddick refuses to bury his career ambitions despite several seasons of decline, with the veteran American grinding away at what he hopes is a comeback. Last week, he was having a go in Delray Beach, Florida, not far from his childhood home, winning an opening round over German Philipp Petzschner.

"Iíve been home too much the last eight months, and Iím a little sick of it," the oft-injured player told local media. "I want to feel like a tennis player again.

 

Evonne Goolagong Hosts Tennis Come and Try Day

In order to generate childrenís interest in tennis, Tennis Australia called on Australian tennis great Evonne Goolagong Cawley to host a Tennis Come and Try Day for young Indigenous Australians Sunday in Melbourne .

 

 


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Acapulco
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Indian Wells

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Indian Wells

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