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Thursday, May 2, 2013


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Sports World Is Stunned At Spanish Judge’s Doping Decision

Dr. Eufemiano Fuentes was handed a one year suspended jail sentence and banned from practicing sports medicine for four years by Madrid judge Julia Patricia Santamaria who then ruled that the 211 blood bags from 35 people taken as part of the seven-year investigation could not be analyzed by anti-doping authorities and must be discarded.


Wawrinka Resolves To Improve His Ranking

After once hitting the ATP top 10 after his 2008 Rome final, Stanislas Wawrinka realizes that his tennis career is not finite and that returning to the elite will require a major amount of work and effort. His hiring of Swedish coach Magnus Norman may solve some of that problem, but the 28-year-old will also need the mental strength to rise above his current "rut" comfortably inside the top 20.


Kuznetsov Claims French Open Wild Card

Alex Kuznetsov was all smiles Wednesday night after solidifying his French Open birth via the Har-Tru USTA Pro Circuit Wild Card Challenge at the Tallahassee Tennis Challenger.




Past Champions and Young Stars Join Queen’s Club Field

A trio of past champions and some of the brightest young stars in tennis have added their names to the field at The Queen’s Club, June 10-16. 

Defending champion Marin Cilic, four-time winner Lleyton Hewitt, and the 2010 champion Sam Querrey are all on the official entry list as are 21-year-old Grigor Dimitrov, and 20-year-old Bernard Tomic.


LTA To Honor Jones

Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has spent $7.5 million upgrading Birmingham’s Edgbaston Priory Club to be a fitting home of the AEGON Classic, the WTA grass court event traditionally played a week after the French Open and a fortnight before the start of Wimbledon. Now the brand new centre court will be named in honor of 1969 Wimbledon champion Ann Haydon (Jones). Photo courtesy Tennis Fame




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