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John Isner won a 19-17 tiebreaker in the opening set and never faced a break point Thursday en route to beating 62nd-ranked Jarkko Nieminen of Finland to reach Wimbledon's third round for the first time. Only one men's singles tiebreaker in Wimbledon
Latest first Oldest first Auto update: On Off Updates: 1.18pm BST First set: Nadal 1-1 Rosol* (*denotes server) Rosol wins his first point of the match with a textbook low volley after Nadal had failed to capitalise on a hit-me-please dropshot.
Prior to 1925, the French Open was restricted to French players.
It still rules our hearts In the 1990s, Bjorn Borg cut a sorry figure as he faced younger players with his anachronistic wooden racquet. This man, who picked up Grand Slam titles with the ease of someone gathering sea shells, put up a dismal show
The Yankees are adding another number to their retirement list: No. Joe Torre wore during four World Series championship seasons. He managed in New York for 12 seasons and his teams won six American League pennants. Torre will be the 18th player or
Doutzen Kroes steps out in style for the Bjorn Borg show held during at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week AW14 on Wednesday (January 22) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Dutch Victoria's Secret model celebrated her 29th birthday the next day...Dit jaar vier
GMT Hitting the red carpet for a fantastic fashion event, Doutzen Kroes attended the Bjorn Borg Fashion Show in Amsterdam today (January 22). Stunning in a black leather jacket, the Dutch damsel also donned a blue graphic tank and black skinny jeans,
The Swede was ill-prepared for the return to the circuit in 1991 with his old-fashioned wooden racket and failed to win anything before calling it a day two years later...Earlier that year he became the first Austrian to reach the semi-finals of the
Bjorn Borg, a Sweden-based undergarment company named after the 1970s-era tennis legend, earlier this fall asked its customers to pick a place anywhere in the world that was desperate for some underwear attention. Our mission would then be to drop
Roger Federer is hands down the best tennis player ever to grace a court and singularly the most polite and accommodating athlete I have ever interviewed...I know there are those they are many and include Tim Henman who say that the greatest of them