Friday, May 31, 2013
DAILY TENNIS NEWS - BRIEFS
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Player Use Of Cell Phones Is Becoming A Problem On The Pro Tour
far the main trend as this year’s French Open is the dash for cover as
another wave of inclement and wet Parisian weather disrupts play but it
is closely followed by the use of mobile or cell telephones on court,
which potentially contravenes outlines set by the Tennis Integrity Unit
who are mindful of messages being sent to potential gamblers. It could
also be a way coaches communicate with their players during matches.
Benneteau Hoping For Consecutive Wins Over Federer
Benneteau can only dream of a repeat win over Roger Federer when he
faces the second seed in the third round at Roland Garros. It was only
three months ago indoors in Rotterdam that the Frenchman upset the
Swiss, his second win in their six-match series.
Noah Sees Current French Players Not Strong Enough
Noah, the last home player to win the French Open 30 years ago, has
little faith that any current compatriot can duplicate his 1983 record
at the French Open.
Noah was pessimistic on his younger countrymen at this edition, rating
their time as "not now - not this generation. It's not that I think they
are no good. It's just that the guys ahead of them are stronger."
James Blake To Play Newport In July
Blake, a former world top-5 player on the ATP World Tour, has joined the
player field for the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, to be held July
8 - 14 in Newport, Rhode Island.
Tennis Channel To Show NCAA Division I Team Highlights
Channel will air highlights of the NCAA Division I team championships
from Champaign, Illinois on the NCAA Championships Highlight Show
presented by the USTA, premiering on June 8 at 2:30 p.m. ET.
The show, hosted by Scott Treibly, is scheduled to air an
additional four times: June 8, 8 p.m. ET; June 13, 12:30 p.m. ET; June
14, 4 p.m. ET; June 27, 11 a.m. ET.
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