Monday, June 3, 2013
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Djokovic Grieves Over Death Of His First Coach
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Djokovic, who’s stay at the top of the world rankings has twice
previously had to overcome the emotional turmoil of death and severe
illness to those close to him, is again dealing with grief as he
continues his French Open campaign after his boyhood coach Jelena Gencic
died on Saturday in Serbia.
Paire Complains About Umpire Molina
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Benoit Paire may have started a far greater battle than he could ever
have imagined after vehemently criticising the umpiring ability of
Spanish official Enric Molina who last year was appointed the
International Tennis Federation’s
Head of Officiating.
maintained higher ranked players would not have been hit
with the same penalty point for illegal coaching that he received in his
French Open exit against Kei Nishikori.
Nadal Not Happy About Scheduling Of Matches At Roland Garros
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Nadal is tired of coming up short on the French Open schedule and forced
to play back-to-back matches as his side of the draw gets caught up
after week 1 rain. And the seven-times champion is seething about the
lack of planning which led to his match originally set for Thursday
being played on Friday. For the second straight match, the king of clay
dropped an opening set on the way to victory.
Miniature Emirates A380 Airplane At Roland Garros
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the start of the Roland Garros fortnight, an identified flying object
has been soaring above the pathways of the tournament: a “cablecam”
hidden inside a miniature Emirates A380 airplane.
USTA Past President Markin Dies
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Markin, 82, president of the USTA in 1989-90, died May 30 in
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