May 14, 2014
Federer ousted; Murray moves on in Rome
Three-time runner-up Roger Federer suffered an upset, while British star Andy Murray reached the third round at the $4 million Italian Masters tennis event.
Martina Hingis follows mom's example with new coaching academy
Former world No.1 Martina Hingis is following mother Melanie Molitor's footsteps by coaching future tennis players at a new tennis center in Barcelona, Spain.
Why the clay-court season still matters to Roger Federer
Seeing as Roger Federer 's preparation for the clay-court season has consisted of dropping off the tour to hang with his wife and kids, one might suspect the Swiss great is already looking ahead to Wimbledon.
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When Roger Federer's reputation was "Grand Slam Loser"
It seems improbable that Roger Federer, the man who has won more Grand Slam singles titles than any other man, was once labeled a "Grand Slam loser." But that was the case back at Roland Garros in 2003 - when he was humiliated in a first-round loss.
No. 2 Federer shows off form with easy win in Rome
Fresh off a title in Madrid and ranked No. 2, Roger Federer defeated Carlos Berlocq 6-3, 6-4 in his opening match at the Italian Open on Wednesday.