Programs being broadcast live right now instead of Wimbledon

Programs being broadcast live right now instead of Wimbledon
The second women’s semifinal between Maria Sharapova and Sabine Lisicki is not being broadcast live anywhere in the United States. It will be aired by NBC on tape delay at 12 p.m. in all time zones. Here’s a list of programs (and the segments they were airing as I flipped channels) that are being broadcast live on American television while the Sharapova-Lisicki match is blacked out to viewers …
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Rafael Nadal Remains on Course to Win Wimbledon 2011
At the close of play late last night, most tennis fans would’ve believed that world number one Rafael Nadal ‘s hopes of winning this year’s Wimbledon title would end in a manner not too dissimilar to the despair in which his charge at this year’s Australian Open ended. Reports this afternoon, though, aim to put any lingering doubts about his physical fitness to rest. In a short message from his …
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More Seeded Women’s Players Fall At Wimbledon
The seeded women’s players at Wimbledon continue to fall after quarterfinal play on Tuesday. Ninth seed Marion Bartoli is gone after losing to Sabine Lisicki but other seeded players like fifth seeded Maria Sharapova, eighth seeded Petra Kvitova and fourth seed Victoria Azarenka move on in the tournament.
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Lisicki still alive at Wimbledon
LONDON – Germany’s Sabine Lisicki continued her unforeseen run through the Wimbledon draw Tuesday, defeating No. 9 Marion Bartoli 6-4, 6-7 (4), 6-1 to advance to the semifinals at the All-England Club. Lisicki had reached the quarterfinals at the 2009 Wimbledon tournament, but took advantage of a sloppy Bartoli to reach the final four. The 21-year-old Lisicki, an unseeded wild card ranked No. 62 …
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