Tuesday, June 4, 2013
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ITF To Honor All England Lawn Tennis Club
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a player or administrator is honored with the ITF’s highest accolade,
the Philippe Chatrier Award at tonight’s World Champions Dinner held in
the Bois de Boulogne’s Pavillon d’Armenonville but tonight the All
England Lawn Tennis Club gets top billing.
Djokovic Hopes To Carry On Deceased Coach Gencic’s Work
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are plenty of coaches who have helped juniors become world-class pros
such as Harry Hopman, Robert Lansdorp and Nick Bollettieri. Every
tennis-playing country has at least one coach who has been lauded as a
trailblazer. One of those, Jelena Gencic, passed away earlier this week
and according to her primary student, Novak Djokovic, she was right up
there with the world’s best.
Federer Ignores Roland Garros Title Hype
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on match outcomes mean little to players as the French Open progresses
towards the weekend finals, with Roger Federer for one ignoring the
scuttlebutt around the grounds as he does at every other big event.
After Setting A Record Robredo Looks Ahead
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Tommy Robredo is living his second tennis life after injury, with the
number 34 aiming at his fifth career quarter-final at the French Open.
Robredo made history as only the second man to ever win three straight
matches by coming from two sets to love down, but is not prone to
dwelling either on his achievements or in the past.
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