ATP World Tour: Why Andy Roddick Will Not Make It Back in the Top Ten

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ATP World Tour: Why Andy Roddick Will Not Make It Back in the Top Ten
Roddick, a former US Open Champion and world No. 1, is 29 years old and not getting any younger. Luckily for American tennis fans, Mardy Fish was able to revive his career, and has taken over Roddick's role as the lone-American in the Top Ten. …
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Troicki, Bogomolov Jr. open with wins in Doha
The Florida resident and Moscow native Bogomolov had previously played under the American flag on the ATP World Tour since 2002. Another seeded winner on Day 1 was No. 8 Italian Andreas Seppi, who blew past Poland's Lukasz Kubot 6-2, 6-3. …
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Roger Federer Supports New ATP Chairmen Brad Drewett
He understands the global nature of the business as well as the complexities of dealing with all of the Tour's stakeholders. I am confident that Brad's work ethic and leadership will help contribute to the continued success of the ATP World Tour. …
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ATP Doubles Stars Endorse “Lessons From the Wild” Book
NEW YORK – ATP World Tour doubles stars Mahesh Bhupathi, Leander Paes, Max Mirnyi and Aisam Qureshi have all endorsed the new book by their sports and exercise scientist Shayamal Vallabhjee called “Lessons from the Wild.” “Lessons from the Wild” …
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