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Created on 08 September 2010 Written by Adwait Kulkarni (Admin)
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This year’s US Open women’s draw may well be more open than usual due to the absence of Serena Williams, but not having the talented world number one around is certain to remove some of the gloss for whoever is able to win this year’s final Grand Slam.

With Serena having caused uproar amongst those who analyse tennis odds with her behaviour at last year’s tournament, an event that she will be keen to forget following her foul mouthed tirade against officials at the match that resulted in her defeat in the semi-finals against eventual champion Kim Clijsters, she did well to bounce back to top form earlier this year.

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Last Updated on 30 October 2012 Read more: Without Serena is the women’s singles uninteresting?
 
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Created on 05 September 2010 Written by Adwait Kulkarni (Admin)
Blog articles Category: Tennis
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The exit of Tomas Berdych from the US Open at Flushing Meadows has left many Online Tennis Betting experts and punters in shock. Having reached the final of Wimbledon, the Grand Slam that precedes the US Open, Berdych was widely regarded as a potential finalist in this year’s final Grand Slam event.

Having suffered his surprise straight sets defeat to Michael Llodra, Berdych will now be hoping that he is capable of using the Australian Open 2011 to return to the kind of form that has seen him earn himself a career high number 7 ranking on the men’s ATP tour.

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Last Updated on 30 October 2012 Read more: Tomas Berdych exit leaves pundits shocked
 
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Created on 30 August 2010 Written by Adwait Kulkarni (Admin)
Blog articles Category: Golf
Published on 30 August 2010
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Golf technique - Adjusting to windTaking a short golf shot in the wind for instance, the 2nd or 3rd shot to the green would need some fine adjustments to be made. It would not be possible to use the normally chosen club because the wind would possibly deflect the ball off place ending up rough course or in the bunker.

The wind force is weakest at the ground. A good golf shot in the wind needs to keep the ball at low altitude. A general approach to accomplish the task is to use a longer club rather than a normal shorter one. The adjustments necessary to confine and balance the extra distance that would otherwise be made:
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Created on 02 September 2010 Written by Adwait Kulkarni (Admin)
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Published on 02 September 2010
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Plenty of information and tips to aid you in jumping higher is available all over the web, but most of this information is misleading, as a result you will feel exhausted and your body and legs tired, with little to no improvement in your jumping

Bid adieu to the senseless workout techniques and training, and say hi to higher jumping ability. You are about to discover the most easiest secret that can spectacularly alter the prospect of your ability to jump higher for real.
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Last Updated on 30 October 2012 Read more: Unbelievable secret of Jumping higher to Dunk
 
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Created on 17 August 2010 Written by Adwait Kulkarni (Admin)
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American Mardy Fish is on a career-best winning streak and playing the best tennis of his life.  The season has been a typical one in Mardy Fish's up-and-down career.  He was out of the top 100 in the world rankings earlier this year but has shot up to number 35, thanks to an 11-match winning streak and earning the title at his last two tournaments. He most recently entered the Legg Mason Classic, where he will face Marin Cilic in the
next round in Washington.

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Last Updated on 30 October 2012 Read more: Fish is far from Mardy
 

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