Tuesday, October 16, 2012
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Noah Would Like To See 60 Anti-Doping Tests Per Year
though his comments of a year ago that he was suspicious of Spanish
athletes doping caused a huge outcry, Yannick Noah has yet to back off
his stance. While playing an exhibition in Brazil last week, Noah said
he has nothing to apologize for and that he believes things are getting
Bollettieri Thinks Watson Has What It Takes For Tour Success
Bollettieri extolled the virtues of the latest of his graduates to
succeed on the main tennis tours and insisted in time Heather Watson
could follow in the footsteps of the likes of Monica Seles and Maria
Sharapova by progressing to win Grand Slam titles.
del Potro Is In Vienna Hoping To Make ATP’s Final Eight
Bank Open top seed Juan Martin del Potro kept his own altitude to a
minimum while riding the largest Ferris wheel in Vienna a day after
Austria's daredevil Felix Baumgartner set a world record with a leap
from 40,000 meters above the earth, breaking the sound barrier in a
freefall on the way down.
the big man has his own job to do this week at the Stadthalle as he
tries to earn one of three remaining spots for the eight-man year-end
event next month in London.
Murray Wants To Help Golding And Others Coming Up
Murray isn’t simply intent on experiencing more Grand Slam glory after
winning the US Open last month. He has long stated a desire to have
other British players not just as company in the world’s top 100 but to
provide stronger back-up in a Davis Cup team he is likely to rejoin next
the added maturity and sense of responsibility the world no.3 insists
has grown as a result of his New York triumph has resulted in an
invitation to Oliver Golding, the leader of the British new wave of male
players who followed in Murray’s footsteps by winning the same US Open
junior trophy the Scot hoisted in 2004, to the notoriously brutal
December training camp in Miami.
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