Clemens battling his rapidly declining reputation
In a Washington, D.C. courtroom, we see how life can change. The defendant has faced must-win situations before, but never like this. In the matter of the United States vs. Roger Clemens, there is no pennant at stake, but rather freedom. Where fielders once supported him, there are now lawyers.
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China’s Li Na rejects government post
Li Na, the first Chinese Grand Slam singles title winner after her success at the French Open, rejected an offer to take up a government post — the latest in a series of rewards from her country.
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Video: Djokovic receives a hero’s welcome in Serbia
Nearly 100,000 Serbians greeted Novak Djokovic as he returned to Belgrade one day after he defeated Rafael Nadal to win Wimbledon. The new world No. 1 took an open bus tour from the airport to outside the nation’s parliament building, where fans had gathered at a celebration in his honor. “You made this day the best day of my life,” he told the crowd. The video clip below is from a Serbian news …
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Li Na tries to maintain low profile in China
Li Na is doing her best to keep a low profile in China, despite returning home to a hero’s welcome after securing the country’s first Grand Slam title at the French Open.
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