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    Serena: I am the real No. 1!

    Serena Williams who is ranked second in the world, believes that there is no one better, and that she is the real number one.

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    Australia to Forfeit Davis Cup Match

    Australia has been a 28-time Davis Cup champion.

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    Nadal and Ferrer in the Barcelona Final

    In a repeat of the previous year’s final, Rafael Nadal will try to score more against David Ferrer on Sunday to try and take hold of his fifth win in the Barcelona Open title.

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    Safina finally takes over the No. 1 Ranking

    As expected, Dinara Safina finally climb the top on the WTA Tour, Monday, and officially got the No.

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    Hewitt Grabs His First Win in 2 Years

    In the US Men’s Clay Court Championships, Lleyton Hewitt of Australia won his first tournament against Wayne Odesnik of the United States with a victorious 6-2, 7-5 score.

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    Wozniacki Wins Ponte Vedra

    During the Ponte Vedra tournament, second-seeded Caroline Wozniacki won against Canadian Aleksandra Wozniak in a 6-1,6-2 match, winning the MPS Group Championship on Sunday.

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    Monte Carlo Masters Opening Winners

    Last Sunday, the annual tennis tournament for male professionals in Monte Carlo has been joined again by Tommy Robredo of Spain and Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland, which both went up to the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters in straight sets.

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    Safina Is Bound To Overtake Serena for No. 1 Ranking

    Later this month, Dinara Safina will take the place of Serena Williams in her No.

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    Azarenka Upsets Serena

    Serena Williams was not in her 100% physical condition during the game due to her sore right leg and erratic strokes.

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    Sweden's Federation has to pay the Price

    In London, the Swedish federation was fined $ 25,000 due to their decision to play Israel behind closed doors resulting to banning the city of Malmo from hosting Davis Cup for five years.

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