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Daily Tennis News Briefs 02May14

                                   

 

 

 

 

 


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Friday, May 2, 2014

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Gonzalez Is Now A Celebrity Coach

Fernando Gonzalez, the former world no.5 who won 11 singles titles on the ATP World Tour and an Olympic gold medal at doubles for Chile with Nicolas Massu, is the latest recruit to the coaching ranks after agreeing to work part-time with Colombian Santiago Giraldo.

 

Australia Hopes They Found A New Star; Nick Kyrgios

Australian tennis is desperately looking for new stars with the European season about to get into full swing and Nick Kyrgios, winner of last week’s Savannah Challenger, seems to be the youngster who fits the bill according to 16-times Grand Slam doubles champion Todd Woodbridge.

 

Becker’s Wife Is Fearful In Her Wimbledon Home

A pair of break-in attempts last year at the family's luxury home on Wimbledon Common has reportedly left Boris Becker's Dutch wife living in fear.

 

Murray’s Hotel Receives A Surprising Honor

Andy Murray's new Scottish luxury boutique hideaway opened its doors less than a month ago, but already it has - perhaps somewhat prematurely - captured the honor of Scottish Hotel of the Year in a unanimous vote.

 

Georgia Women, USC Men Atop Latest ITA Division I Team Rankings

The Georgia women and USC men both earned No. 1 spots in the ITA Division I National Team Rankings and both are the top seeds at the upcoming 2014 NCAA Division I Team Championships.

 

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