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Simon Signs Autographs In Miami

Gilles Simon signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans (and the Corona girls) at the Corona Beach House at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami today.

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Players In Miami Raise Money For Japan

Many of the ATP and WTA players at the Sony Ericsson Open collected money in the stands tonight for their “Tennis Family Relief for Japan 2011″ initiative.

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ATP Upsets At The Sony Ericsson Open

We are gathered here to pay respects to those Sony Ericsson Open seeded men who lost their battles with lower-ranked players today. Stanislas Wawrinka The 12th seed was defeated by Marcel Granollers 6-0, 6-7, 6-3. His parting gift to the Spaniard? A hearty bagel. Fernando Verdasco The 9th seed was defeated by Pablo Andujar 3-6, […]

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Hot And Cold Indian Wells Wrap-Up

What fun it is to recap the happenings of a fantastic tournament. The BNP Paribas Open had an overall attendance this year of 350,086, with millions watching worldwide as we had comebacks, upsets and ultimately saw Novak Djokovic and Caroline Wozniacki capture the singles titles. I referenced Katy Perry’s “Hot ‘N Cold” to wrap-up the […]

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Wozniacki, Djokovic Win Indian Wells

Unlike last year, this isn’t a fluke. Caroline Wozniacki and Novak Djokovic are putting exclamation points on their already fruitful careers. Next on Caroline’s list? A Grand Slam. Next on Novak’s? The No.1 ranking. Hop on and enjoy the ride. (Photos: AP)

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Djokovic Def. Federer, Advances To Indian Wells Final

Defeat Roger Federer for a third straight time this year – check. Notch another win for a 19-0 winning streak this season – check. Advance to the final of the first master of the year – check. Capture the No.2 ranking – check. Roar – check. (Photos: Getty Images/AP)

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Indian Wells: Top Four ATP Singles Players Advance In Doubles

Doubles specialists beware: The top four ATP Singles players are also playing doubles in Indian Wells and it doesn’t matter how good you are in doubles – these guys are on top for a reason. M. Lopez/Nadal def. [4] Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Federer/Wawrinka def. [2] Mirnyi/Nestor Djokovic/Troicki def. Chela/Monaco Murray/Murray def. Melo/Soares So what does this tell […]

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Photos Of The Day: Let’s Celebrate

A few teams had already clinched their Davis Cup ties yesterday. Today for some, it was do or don’t. In terms of Davis Cup, 5-0 is domination, 4-1 is a triumph, but 3-2? That calls for some of this: Andrey Golubev (above) upset world No.7 Tomas Berdych 7-5, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 in the fourth rubber […]

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Photo Of The Day: Nole Commandeering The ATP

Ahoy maties! Cap’n Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer 6-3, 6-3 to win the Dubai Duty Free title, blimey! He really heaved ho in both sets to break Roger, really made him walk the plank and gave him no chances to get back into the match. Avast ye – Nole, seen above with his booty, has […]

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Nishikori Re-Finds His Niche

Li Na, Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori all have something in common – during their tennis careers, they’ve managed to become superstar spokespeople of tennis in their home countries (China, Canada and Japan, respectively). Nishikori made his mark a few years ago with a standout year in 2008. He entered the Delray Beach tournament as […]

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