Wimbledon equals Williams on the women’s side. One of the Williams sisters has won in each of the last three years and in four of the last five tournaments in London. The sisters faced off in the final in 2008 and 2009, with each of them winning one title. The two make an appearance in the doubles tournament together as well.
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The French Open quarterfinals are covered on ESPN3.com. The men’s and women’s singles and doubles for Tuesday begin at 5AM ET.
Novak Djokovic beat the last standing American on the men’s side, Robby Ginepri in four sets. Ginepri couldn’t keep his footing chasing down a shot from Djokovic. He fell on his face and to the enlightenment of the crowd and his opponent chose to do a couple push ups while he lay facing the red clay colored tennis court. At this point the momentum shifted to Djokovic even though Ginepri was quoted after the match saying he thought his antics would help get the crowd back on his side.
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The French Open fires up for another year of action on Sunday at Roland Garros in Paris. The second Grand Slam, and the only one played on clay, features 128 men and 128 women playing for the title. If you can get a handle on the field and pick out the contenders from the pretenders the tournament is a great chance to make a real profit. Here’s a preview of both draws to help get you started betting against the 2010 French Open Odds.
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