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Tennis

Wimbledon stars feel World Cup fever
Tennisís top stars should be concentrating on Wimbledon, which got under way Monday, but the big-name players canít help keeping an eye on the World Cup football action in Brazil.
Fired-up Serena sounds a warning
Williams has been mired in something of a slump of late following surprise exits from both the Australian and French Opens.
Advantage Federer
Seven-time champion fancies his chances as Nadal, Djokovic are struggling with injury
Federer raring to have a go at Wimbledon crown
Federer raring to have a go at Wimbledon crown
Sergiy Stakhovsky enjoyed more than 15 minutes of fame after he condemned the seven-times champion to a brutal second-round defeat last June.
Nadal, Djokovic under Wimbledon cloud as Federer waits to pounce
Nadal, Djokovic under Wimbledon cloud as Federer waits to pounce
Nadal hinted at another Wimbledon letdown in the immediate aftermath of his triumph over Djokovic in the French Open final.
Andy Murray returns to site of greatest win at Wimbledon
Andy Murray returns to site of greatest win at Wimbledon
Murray gets the defending championís honor of playing the fortnightís first match on the most famous tennis court in the world.
Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams handed top spots for Wimbledon
Two-time champion Nadal seeded second; Federer gets fourth
Wimbledon 2013 giant killers fail to match dizzy heights
Steve Darcis, Sergei Stakhovsky and Michelle Larcher De Brito stunned Wimbledon in 2013 when they knocked-out Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova respectively. But all three failed to match those dizzy heights in the following 12 months.
Grigor Dimitrov targets Wimbledon glory
The 23-year-oldís maiden success on grass makes him the first player since Roger Federer and David Ferrer in 2012 to win titles on three different surfaces in the same year after his victories on hard courts in Acapulco and clay in Bucharest.
Magnificent seven for Roger Federer in Halle
The 32-year-old was forced to work hard to overcome a stubborn Falla who refused to roll over against his illustrious opponent. ďIíve left a little bit of my heart there,Ē Federer said after his seventh victory in nine Halle finals.
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