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Quick Hits

Newly signed to TAG Heuer, a behind-the-scenes look at Kei Nishikori‘s photo shoot for the watchmaker (and a photo from the shoot can be seen on his Facebook page).

A documentary on Paul-Henri Mathieu by Canal+ that is very much worth the watch. It’s in French but watching him go through doctor appointments, rehab and finally a first win back is something you don’t need to know the language for. I admit I teared up in the end – really well done.

Li Na talks about her road to tennis and representing China at the Olympics.

Kate Spade New York maps out the best places to play tennis in New York. As a resident there I can tell you the tips are pretty good (I prefer Central Park and Riverside Park, personally).

Fernando Verdasco Paddle boarding.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has ruled and given Austrian Daniel Koellerer a lifetime ban from tennis.

While in Miami, Maria Sharapova sat down with some fans at the Sony Ericsson Open for a focus group for  her new Maria Sharapova Nike Collection.

A Q&A with Robin Haase, who seems like a pretty simple guy.

Tennis could be played at Wimbledon under the lights during the Olympics.

Petra Kvitova joined twitter.

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