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Match-Ups Set For French Final, And They're Both Intriguing

Friday’s play at Roland Garros determined this weekend’s men’s and women’s finalists at the French Open, and the resulting match-ups should provide plenty of entertainment and drama. On the men’s side, No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic will face second-seeded Andy Murray, while top seed Serena Williams will battle Garbine Muguruza, the tournament’s No. 4 seed.

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Maria Sharapova Suspended Two Years For Doping [Breaking News]

Maria Sharapova, professional tennis’ highest paid female player was dealt a blow today with a two year suspension from the International Tennis Federation for doping. Sharapova admits to taking Meldonium, a banned substance, sometimes used as a heart medication, but still plans to appeal her suspension as overly severe. Sharapova also intends to challenge the

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Watch Serena Williams Vs. Johanna Larsson U.S. Open Live Stream: Serena Goes For Wins Record In 3rd Round Match

Serena Williams appears likely to set yet another astonishing tennis record in a U.S. Open third-round match that will stream live Saturday, when the 34-year-old world Number One ranked women’s player faces Johanna Larsson of Sweden, a sturdy, 28-year-old veteran who takes a world 47th ranking into the showdown with the American legend. Despite nursing

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Maria Sharapova 2-Year Doping Ban Reduced To 15 Months — Court Ruling Means Tennis Player Can Return By April 2017

In what must surely be a huge relief to the Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, a partial victory was handed to her today when the International Court of Arbitration for Sport reduced her two-year doping suspension from the sport down to 15 months. Sharapova had been appealing the two-year doping ban and with Tuesday’s victory

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