'You Told People That You're Coaching Me' – Serena Williams Once Blasted Ex-Coach Patrick Mouratoglou for Ruining Her Chance to Script History at US Open

‘You Told People That You’re Coaching Me’ – Serena Williams Once Blasted Ex-Coach Patrick Mouratoglou for Ruining Her Chance to Script History at US Open

In 2018, Serena Williams played in the finals of the US Open against rising Japanese star Naomi Osaka. Although Osaka won the final, the American player grabbed all the headlines due to his infamous outburst against the chair umpire, Carlos Ramos. Notably, Ramos gave a code violation to Serena Williams for coaching during the second …

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Lewis Hamilton, Who Sits Atop the World of F1, Humbles Down to Stand Along Sporting Titans Tom Brady, Serena Williams, LeBron James & Roger Federer

Lewis Hamilton, Who Sits Atop the World of F1, Humbles Down to Stand Along Sporting Titans Tom Brady, Serena Williams, LeBron James & Roger Federer

Lewis Hamilton is arguably one of the greatest drivers of F1. The Mercedes star does not just make headlines for his performance on track, but also for his life off of it. He was named one of the most charitable people in the UK recently. However, he’s not content with everything he has done and …

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Roger Federer's mom reveals Roger's defeat that was hardest for her to take

Roger Federer’s mom reveals Roger’s defeat that was hardest for her to take

Lynette Federer suggested she and Robert Federer were prepared for Roger’s retirement as they sensed that retirement was nearing after the Swiss great started experiencing major knee problems. On Friday, Federer’s career came to an end at the Laver Cup. Federer, 41, has had three knee surgeries over the last two and a half years. …

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Federer's Farewell: Ljubicic & Luthi Share Their Favorite Roger Memories |  ATP Tour

Federer’s Farewell: Ljubicic & Luthi Share Their Favorite Roger Memories | ATP Tour

Roger Federer played the final match of his legendary career at the Laver Cup alongside Rafael Nadal. His two coaches, Ivan Ljubicic and Severin Luthi, were in the crowd at The O2 supporting their charge one last time. Ljubicic and Luthi both wrote for ATPTour.com about working with Federer, the friendship they shared and their …

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Scouting Report: Djokovic Headlines In Tel Aviv, Ruud In Seoul & Sinner In Sofia |  ATP Tour

Scouting Report: Djokovic Headlines In Tel Aviv, Ruud In Seoul & Sinner In Sofia | ATP Tour

A host of top names head to Seoul, Sofia and Tel Aviv this week on the ATP Tour as a trio of ATP 250 hard-court events host the action from 26 September to 2 October. World No. 2 Casper Ruud competes at the Eugene Korea Open Tennis Championships in Seoul, where he is looking to …

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Lorenzo Sonego Charges To Moselle Open Metz Title |  ATP Tour

Lorenzo Sonego Charges To Moselle Open Metz Title | ATP Tour

Lorenzo Sonego’s perfect week at the Moselle Open is complete. The Italian downed seventh seed Alexander Bublik 7-6(3), 6-2 in the championship match in Metz on Sunday to claim his first ATP Tour title of 2022. The 27-year-old’s 87-minute victory ensured he will depart France not having dropped a set at the ATP 250 indoor …

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Andrew Cooper, from college star to activist: ‘The NCAA does not exist to protect athletes’ | college sports

Let’s be clear – Andrew Cooper is no fan of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. A former track and cross-country runner at Washington State University and the University of California, Berkeley, Cooper’s experience as an athlete at top American universities provided him with a critical eye of how the NCAA governs college sports. As a …

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