Found July 05, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Joe-Wilfried Tsonga advanced to the Wimbledon semifinals on Wednesday after he defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber. In his second semifinal in two years, Tsonga is set to face Andy Murray with the winner taking on either Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic. As expected, Tsonga was very excited and overwhelmed after beating Murray. It’s no surprise that during a moment like that his first instinct was to Tebow. Tebowing isn’t nearly as much of a worldwide phenomenon as it once was, but Tsonga proved to us on Wednesday that it is still alive and kicking. We have seen basketball players, hockey players, politicians and even Playboy Playmates feel the rush in the past. Tsonga Tebowing at a high-profile event like Wimbledon keeps the trend in the game.

Andy Murray subject of 'balls pop out' headline

I guess indecent exposure is one of the hazards of playing tennis in shorts. While this headline gives the impression that tennis player Andy Murray, suffering from some testicular issues, was given new shorts by Adidas to help secure his untamed junk during matches, what it’s actually referring to are the tennis balls that were popping out of his shorts during a recent match...

Tsonga hit in manly region by Murray shot

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had to fight through some serious pain during his semifinal match against Andy Murray at Wimbledon on Friday after being hit in about the worst place possible for a man. Tsonga was serving up 5-3 in the third set after being down two sets to none when he got drilled in the manly region. The Frenchman had hit a drop volley and Murray came in for the passing shot...

Murray in a Hurry to Beat the Weather

  While fans of Andy Murray took to the internet to protest about the continuation of his match on a rain-affected Court 1, Murray took the British weather in his stride, and despatched Marin Cilic 7-5, 6-2, 6-3. Yesterday, as the match was suspended, Murray had the momentum as Cilic may have been suffering the effects of his epic five-setter against Sam Querrey. With another day...

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga gets hit in the groin by Andy Murray shot (Video)

This week so far for tennis star Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has been a pretty good one as he made it to the semifinal round at Wimbledon and decided to celebrate his accomplishment by Tebowing. Then it all came crashing down against Andy Murray today as he lost in four sets and had unfortunate incident in the first set. As Murray came to net for a volley shot, the ball ended up...

Jo-Wilfired Tsonga takes an Andy Murray forehand right in the tennis balls (VIDEO)

Well that answers the question as to whether or not tennis players wear protective cups. In the third set of his semifinal match against eventual winner Andy Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s desciison to go to the net against the Scot turned out to be a really poor decision, as Tsonga ended up taking a strong forehand shot right to the junk.  The Frenchman tried walking off the pain...

Andy Murray First Brit to Reach Wimbledon Final in 74 Years, Will Face Roger Federer

It had been 74 long years since a British man had reached the Wimbledon finals. Thanks to Andy Murray, British fans' long wait is finally over. Murray, seeded fourth and the fourth-ranked player in the world, dispatched Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets, 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 to advance to the championship match on Sunday. The problem is that he'll be facing Roger Federer, only...

Wimbledon Men’s finals tickets going for at least $4,500

Tickets to the Wimbledon Men’s final have become an even hotter commodity now that Andy Murray has advanced to his first final at the All England Club. Murray beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets on Friday to advance to Sunday’s final. The Scotsman has a chance to become the first U.K. player to win Wimbledon since 1938, and fans are dying to be there to see it happen. At last...

British Men-Grand Slam Finals Results

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Men’s Final a Wimbledon Dream

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Wimbledon Head-to-Head

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Wimbledon-British Men Semifinal Results

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