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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

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Knowles Has Another Successful Fundraiser

The recently doubles standout Mark Knowles, who has been coaching Mardy Fish, had a successful 12th version of his Celebrity Tennis Invitational at the Atlantis Tennis Center on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

 

 

Bumpy Road For Townsend On The Road To Number One

Another title run for the American team of Taylor Townsend and Gabby Andrews was tainted by an unruly fan at the Orange Bowl. During their 6-4, 7-5 victory over Mexico’s Victoria Rodriguez and Marcela Zacarias at the Orange Bowl, a fan was said to loudly heckling Townsend about her weight.

 

 

Wu Ready To Become A Record—Setter In Melbourne

Another piece of tennis history will be made at next month’s Australian Open when Di Wu, currently the world’s no.183rd ranked player, will become the first Chinese male in the Open era to figure in the main draw of a Grand Slam event.

 

 

Stosur Offers Some Tough Love To Tomic

Battling Australian Samantha Stosur has some tough love for errant compatriot Bernard Tomic as the youngster continues to head off the rails with what was once a promising tennis career.

Stosur barely spared Tomic's feeling in her assessment of his situation: "What are you doing? Are you wanting to play tennis?," she told local media. "If you are, then give it 100 per cent because you only get one crack at it."

 


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