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Wednesday, November 14, 2018


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She has shown flashes of that past brilliance this week, and, despite far too many sloppy moments, those flashes have been plentiful enough to clinch a spot in the Bank of the West final. Sharapova shook off a first-set loss to beat Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska 1-6, 6-2, 6-2 on Saturday in the Bank of the […]


Posted by Ishti On July - 20 - 2010

Rank Player Country Earnings Points 1 Rafael Nadal …. Spain $5,506,278 10745 2 Novak Djokovic …. Serbia $1,507,962 6905 3 Roger Federer …. Switzerland $2,887,135 6885 4 Andy Murray …. Scotland $1,696,422 5155 5 Robin Soderling …. Sweden $1,920,028 4835 6 Nikolay Davydenko …. Russia $542,278 4740 7 Juan Martin del Potro …. Argentina -* […]

Andy Murray’s magical year 2008

Posted by aguntuk On December - 24 - 2008
Andy Murray’s magical year  2008

Murray Starts 2008 in style, archiving the first title of the year in Doha but the Briton’s hopes are soon dashed at the Australian Open as he runs into Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first round in Melbourne.

Nadal The Cheerleader!

Posted by Faiyaz On November - 18 - 2008
Nadal The Cheerleader!

Rafael Nadal might want to skip the trip to Argentina to be a cheerleader for Spain at the Davis Cup final. Emilio Sanchez Vicario, captain of the Spanish team, says his country will stand a better chance if the world’s No. 1 player — injured and unable to compete — is not courtside for the […]

Nadal is exhausted

Posted by Faiyaz On November - 4 - 2008
Nadal is exhausted

In the end, even the world’s most indestructible tennis player proved mortal in the face of an unbending, unending calendar. Worn down from his most successful season ever, Rafael Nadal withdrew on Monday from the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai. There had been immediate speculation that Nadal would skip Shanghai to prepare himself for the […]

Murray’s Second Title

Posted by Faiyaz On October - 19 - 2008
Murray’s Second Title

There were gigantic names like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. But no myth could stop Britain’s Andy Murray to win his second Madrid Masters title in a row. The Briton, 21, followed up his semi-final win over Roger Federer with a 6-4 7-6 (8-6) victory. Simon struggled physically, having needed final set tie-breaks in his […]

Murray struggles hard to reach 3rd round

Posted by Faiyaz On October - 15 - 2008
Murray struggles hard to reach 3rd round

Britain’s Andy Murray progressed to the third round of the Madrid Masters after his Italian opponent Simone Bolelli retired hurt early in the second set. Bolelli, who had lost the first set 6-0 in under 30 minutes, appeared to sustain a shoulder injury when he attempted a smash shot to hold at 0-1.

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