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Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:44 pm by nellons

Andy Roddick has ended Andy Murray's dream of making the Wimbledon final by beating the British nO1 IN 4SETS

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Wimbledon is here again.

Wed Jul 01, 2009 9:51 pm by lolade

The world number one Rafael Nadal is absent 4rm d most popular grand slam owing to a knee injury, thus giving way 4 world number two and 14 times grand slam title winner Roger Federer. If Federer wins this tournament, it will be his 15th one and a record breaker. Lets hope he wins. Any way he has qualified 4 d semis.

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Mon Jun 08, 2009 8:55 am by lolade

Federer, the ex world champion as added another title to his name as he comes up 1st @ d french open dis week-end.I think he's back and better, n I think I have an advice for Nadal "watch your back"

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Mon Jun 01, 2009 6:48 pm by nellons

It has been confirmed that carlos Ancelloti has joined chelsea fc and his gonna start his job on july 1st....Do you guys think his gonna perform? coz it will be a dissaster if he turns out to be like scolari

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Thu May 21, 2009 12:24 am by lolade

It is interesting to note that tennis world number 2 Roger Federer has finally broken d Rafael Nadal jinx. He finally won d world number 1 after several attempts to dat this year. And Guess what? He won on clay. Kudos Roger. Wishing u many more wins over Nadal both on clay and grass.

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Chelsea Granted Permission By Russian Football Union To Talk To Guus Hiddink

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Chelsea have been granted permission by the Russian Football Union to approach Guus Hiddink about the vacant manager's job at Stamford Bridge.

The Londonders had earlier made a formal request to the Russians, it was reported, and have now confirmed their approach on their official website, with a stament that reads, "Chelsea Football Club can confirm we have officiallly approached the Russian Football Union (RFU) for permission to speak to Guus Hiddink to become the club's temporary coach until the end of the season while continuing to be in charge of the Russian national team.

"That permission has been granted and Chelsea would like to thank the RFU for their cooperation."

Hiddink had yesterday asserted that he had received no contact from Chelsea, and was concentrating on his work with the Russian national team, with whom he is currently in Turkey at a warm weather training camp.

Hiddink earlier told Reuters that it was due to the unique appeal of the west London club that he was even considering the offer, and asserted that he would continue his work with Russia.

"I must say that this is an exceptional situation. If it was any other club aside from Chelsea my answer would be a straight 'No'," he told the news agency.

"But Chelsea is different because I have good relations with the (club) owner. So I would like to help them (Chelsea) in this situation if I could.

"But this would only be for the next two or three months until the end of the season.

"Of course when Russia would play (World Cup qualifiers) I would go there to coach them during that (international window) as there won't be any (league) games during that time.

"I have already done that (combining two jobs) a couple of years ago when I was coaching Australia and PSV (Eindhoven), so I'm familiar with the situation and what it takes."

Despite his conviction that he can manage to fulfill both roles successfully, many Russian fans will have grave doubts about having a 'part-time' national coach, however good he is.

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