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Technology helping recreational golfers and tennis players Wednesday March 5, 2014, 8:32 AM North Jersey's recreational tennis players and golfers have no reason to return to hacking away come spring. Technology once available only to professional
Venus Williams crushed Frenchwoman Alize Cornet 6-3, 6-0 in the final of the Dubai Championship yesterday, the veteran American bagging her first singles title since 2012. The seven-times Grand Slam winner made light work of Cornet who stunned Venus'
Somdev defeated the Russian fourth seed 6-4, 6-2 in the USD 100,000 ATP Challenger tournament at RK Khanna Tennis Stadium. Somdev played a solid game as he rallied to come back after Donskoy had rushed a 3-0 lead in the opening set. His nerves
The match was one-sided as Ivanovic did not find the means against Williams' powerful forehand and two-handed backhand. The final point was interrupted several times due to noise among the audience and Ivanovic protested to the referee due to the
SUR-YON, France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Richard Gasquet beat Lleyton Hewitt and Chris Guccione 5-7, 7-6 (4), 6-2, 7-5 to give France an unassailable 3-0 lead over Australia and a spot in the Davis Cup quarterfinals on Saturday. More News Hewitt and
The Babolat Play Pure Drive is a flash name for a tennis racquet, but it does a few interesting things apart from allowing you to hit the ball. The handle of the racquet includes sensors that detect string vibration and movement and analyse your game.
The 18-year-old has enough bling to make Dennis Lillee and his bouncing-gold-bat-on-hairy-chest-look seem almost understated, and enough of the showman about him to declare boldly in a pre-match tweet: ''Atmosphere sounds sick right now on MCA, get
And causing her considerable discomfort. ''It's the weight that troubles me,'' she responded at the time to fans who protested online. ''My ability to react quickly, my breasts make me uncomfortable.'' Simona Halep during her win at Melbourne Park on
Nick Kyrgios keeps his eyes on the ball during his match against Benjamin Becker on Tuesday. Photo: Pat Scala While Lleyton Hewitt laboured bravely on centre court, one of the heavily hyped, lanky teenagers slated to replace him withstood the
Roger Federer feels the heat during his first-round match against James Duckworth...You've been on been on centre court for the last hour, playing Roger Federer...The court is fast, and the rallies short and arrhythmic, and that suits you: who wants