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Inside: The Week In Sports

April 13, 2009
April 13, 2009

Table of Contents
April 13, 2009

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus
SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD
2009 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
BASEBALL
HOCKEY
PRO BASKETBALL
EVERT AND NORMAN
  • At 54, Chris Evert and Greg Norman make each other feel like high school sweethearts, but can wedded bliss rejuvenate him enough to conquer Augusta National, the course that has haunted him?

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Tennis

This is an article from the April 13, 2009 issue

Britain's Andy Murray wins the Sony Ericsson Open, aims to become first homegrown Wimbledon men's champ since 1936 • Victoria Azarenka of Belarus takes women's title

The NBA

Ever-improving LeBron James is SI's choice for MVP • Other 2008--09 award selections include Chicago's Derrick Rose as best rookie, Orlando's Stan Van Gundy as top coach

Horse Racing

I Want Revenge wins the Wood, shows he's a horse to beat in Run for the Roses • Old Fashioned, Win Willy to square off in Arkansas Derby • Hold Me Back a favorite in Blue Grass Stakes

NASCAR

Resurgent Kurt Busch, third in Sprint Cup point standings, to Kyle Busch: Move over, brother • Jeff Gordon breaks 47-race winless streak with his first victory at Texas Motor Speedway

ACES IN THE CROWD
The stadium in Key Biscayne was almost full last Saturday for the Victoria Azarenka--Serena Williams women's final in the Sony Ericsson Open (page 72).

PHOTOPhotograph by Joel Auerbach/US PRESSWIRE