Friday, May 24, 2013
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Federer Feels Sorry For Murray’s Physical Condition
Federer has never been a man to show much compassion for Andy Murray but
the Swiss, who will take over the no.2 seeding spot in the French Open,
the timing rather than the nature of the injury that has prompted the
Scot to miss the year’s second Grand Slam is a major concern.
Ill Haas Forced to Retire From Dusseldorf
Tommy Haas is hoping to heal before his French Open start after a virus
and fever forced the No. 14 to withdraw before his quarter-final match
at the Power Horse Cup in Dusseldorf.
Even Without A Coach, Robson Is Ready For Paris With Confidence
Robson knew she was taking a major gamble dispensing of the services of
her Croatian coach
Zeljko Krajan in the immediate build up to the French
Open and Wimbledon. However, the teenager at 18 the youngest player in
the world’s top 50 and now the main focus of British interest at Roland
Garros following the withdrawal of Andy Murray, believes she is already
benefiting from the decision.
Sharapova Is In Better Emotional Space Entering French Open
Sharapova is in a different situation this year entering the French
Open. Not only is she the defending champion for the first time, but she
is in a happy place in her personal life, as she is pleased with how her
romantic relationship is going with men’s player Grigor Dimitrov.
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