Found March 15, 2013 on Tennis Panorama :
(March 15, 2013) Mardy Fish and Ernests Gulbis have withdrawn from next week’s Sony Open in Miami. Fish made the announcement on his twitter account: “Unfortunately I won’t be able to compete in Miami this year friends,” he tweeted. “Hope to be out there again soon! Thanks for the love and support in IW!” Fish [...]

Mardy Fish offers a lifetime of tennis lessons to Greg Jennings

The Minnesota Vikings aren't the only ones trying to lure Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings to Minneapolis this spring. Pro tennis player Mardy Fish is such a huge Vikings fan and — in order to convince the free agent to join his favorite team — is offering Jennings free tennis lessons for life if he jumps ship to his one-time division rival. After Fish tweeted...

Ernests Gulbis Storms Back; Grunting Still an Issue — The Friday Five

By Maud Watson Stuttering Finish With many of the world’s top-ranked female stars in attendance, the BNP Paribas Open started off so promising. It’s losing steam as it heads to the finale, however, thanks to a couple of key upsets and unfortunate withdrawals. Kirilenko upset both Aga Radwanska and Kvitova to set up a semifinal clash with Sharapova, which is a matchup the World...

Nadal Rallies fo Win Against a Resurgent Gulbis

(March 13, 2013) No. 5 Rafael Nadal ended the run of  qualifier Ernests Gulbis on Wednesday 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 at the BNP Paribas Open to snap the Latvian’s 13 match win streak and to extend a streak of his own to 11. The Spaniard leapt into the air, took off his headband and pumped his [...]
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