Monday June 15th, 2009

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Tommy Haas
Tommy Haas
Showing no ill effects from his disappointment in Paris, German-ator takes a wild card in Halle and wins the title, upsetting Novak Djokovic in the final.
 
Andy Murray
Andy Murray
Not that he needed more hype heading into Wimbledon, but British No. 1 takes Queen's Club tune-up, beating James Blake in the final, the first time in 71 years the tournament had a homegrown champ.
 
Magdalena Rybarikova
Magdalena Rybarikova
The 20-year-old Slovak wins first title of her career, upsetting Li Na in the final at Birmingham.
 
Talent
Talent
The person who sent me this -- Steve Peterson of Duncanville, Texas -- wrote, "Words escape me."
 
Harry Cicma
Harry Cicma
New England readers, check out his upcoming weekly show, Tennis World, on NESN.
 
German Tennis
German Tennis
It ain't exactly the Boris Borg-Steffi Graf era, but among Haas, Philipp Kohlscreiber, Andreas Beck and Labine Lisicki, nice cluster of players.
 
Wimbledon Suicide Pool
Wimbledon Suicide Pool
Everyone in here.
 
Tennis Twittering
Tennis Twittering
Click hereto join the discussion.
Deuce
 
Andy Roddick
Andy Roddick
Looks strong in Queen's Club before retiring from semifinal match with a foot injury.
 
Maria Sharapova
Maria Sharapova
Continues to get match play but loses in Birmingham semis.
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Wimbledon Tune-ups
Wimbledon Tune-ups
All four finalists from 2008 -- Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and the Williams sisters -- take a pass.

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