My Advice To Serena Williams

I am a fan of both Serena and Venus Williams as tennis players, if you doubt that look at our Facebook page. What both sisters have accomplished in the tennis world is very impressive. What Serena has accomplished by winning twenty-three major titles in singles in addition to those in doubles is tremendous and to…

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Wimbledon Women’s Semifinalists Are Set

WIMBLEDON, Great Britain Despite the scores, there was a battle in all four quarterfinal matches. [11] Serena Williams (USA) will meet the dangerous thirty-three-year-old, who is in her first ever major semifinal, [54] Barbora Strycova (CZE). [7] Simona Halep (ROU) will meet [8] Elina Svitolina (UKR). Like Strycova, Svitolina is into her first ever major…

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Americans Doing Damage At Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON, Great Britain More Seeds Fell [4] Kiki Bertens (NED) succumbed to the pressure of expectation and lost to [54] Barbora Strycova (CZE). Strycova is no stranger to grass, in fact, she had her best major showing at Wimbledon (2014 quarterfinalist). After a competitive first set, Strycova took control of the match in set two,…

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Day Two Drama In Paris

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE It was a day that begun with drama when a few seeds withdrew because of injury. INJURY INTERVENES AGAIN [6] Petra Kvitova (CZE) withdrew from her first-round match against Sorana Cirstea because of an arm injury. [25] Felix Auger-Aliassime withdrew from his first-round match against Jordan Thompson because of a groin injury….

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The Biggest Threat For Any Athlete

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We often forget that athletes are humans and like us their bodies can break down. They are at an increased risk of having an injury because they spend more time abusing their bodies than the average person. The biggest threat to their career is an illness or injury. The probability of their careers being cut…

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