Wednesday, April 2, 2014
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Serena Loses In First Round At
Serena Williams wants a break
from tennis and training after losing in her first match
at Charleston to Jana Cepelova.
Williams fell behind 0-5 at the beginning of the match
and eventually lost 6-4, 6-4.
Murray Is First On British Davis Cup Squad, But Who Is
While Andy Murray is set to assume the starring role as
Britain contests the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup’s
World Group for the first time in 28 years, there is an
impassioned tussle going on for the second singles spot
in Leon Smith’s line-up to face Italy in Naples.
Murray Pulls April Fools Prank On The Media
Murray has a history of playing April Fools pranks and
he did it again by leading a large proportion of the
British media to wrongly report that he would be naming
his new coach today.
Media Receive Ballots For Selection of US Open Court of
USTA has sent ballots to media to select inductees of
the US Open Court of Champions, located on the grounds
of the USTA National Tennis Center in New York.
on the ballots are Tracy Austin, Maria Bueno, Stefan
Edberg, Martina Hingis, Helen Jacobs, Alice Marble, John
Newcombe, Fred Perry, Patrick Rafter and Tony Trabert.
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