Tuesday, May 29, 2013
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Murray Thinks He May Have Over Trained
Murray, back in Britain battling to be fit for Wimbledon, has admitted
for the first time that over-training may well be the reason for being
laid low by the back injury that has forced him out of the French Open.
Djokovic Wants Lights And A Roof At Roland Garros
Djokovic is dreaming of lights and a roof for Roland Garros, but may not
know the full story the legal challenge to any French Open improvements
which is starting to boil over.
Tomic Father And Son Are Sticking Together
is clearly thicker than water and although plenty of it has been
reportedly spilt in the camp of Bernard Tomic, the 20 year-old
Australian has insisted he remains totally loyal and committed to his
father John who stands accused and facing trail for assaulting his son’s
James Blake Joins
Blake has become the third American tennis player to join Athlete Ally
as an Ambassador. Blake, a popular star on the ATP tour, joins Andy
Roddick and Mardy Fish as a vocal supporter of the movement to end
homophobia in sports.
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