Thursday, October 17, 2013
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Sharapova Rehabbing In Stockholm
Sharapova is not rushing her rehab program after the summer's shoulder
injury, with the former No. 1 taking the chance to combine quality time
with ATP love interest Grigor Dimitrov with rehab on her injury. This
week, the pair are in Stockholm, where Dimitrov is finding his feet with
newly appointed coach Roger Rasheed.
New Directors Appointed to International Tennis
Hall of Fame
newly elected board members are: USTA First Vice President Katrina M.
Adams, who won 21 doubles titles on the WTA Tour; Vijay Amritraj, a
former world top-20 player and current lead anchor for ESPN Star Sports;
David Bell, Chairman Emeritus of the Interpublic Group, Laurie
Erlandson, a CPA formerly with Arthur Andersen & Co and now an active
community leader; David B. Ford, President of DBF Associates and Senior
Advisor to Gatemore Capital Management, LLC; David I. Goulden, President
and COO of EMC® Corporation; Hall of Famer Charlie Pasarell, former
owner of the BNP Paribas at Open at Indian Wells, who was the
No.1 ranked player for the United States in 1967; Barbara van Beuren,
Manager Director at Anbau Enterprises; and Stewart Wicht, President and
CEO of Rolex Watch U.S.A., Inc.
Becker Thinks Federer Has Plenty Left For Court
Federer’s first ever sporting hero was Boris Becker and the Swiss
remembers being six years-old and crying when his idol lost in the 1988
Wimbledon final against Stefan Edberg. Throughout the last decade and a
bit, the feelings have been reciprocated and Becker believes last
weekend’s decision to part company with coach Paul Annacone is a
positive indication Federer is determined for more glory.
Kilderry Named Hopman Cup Tournament Director
ITF and Tennis Australia announced that Australian former professional
tennis player Paul Kilderry will be the new tournament director of the
Hyundai Hopman Cup.
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