Tag Archives: US Open

The Sports Archives – Out Of The Melting Pot – Sports Which Have Found International Popularity!

It’s not just Soccer All around the world, there are billions of sports fanatics who just can’t seem to get enough of the action. It goes without saying that association football – what the Americans call soccer, that is – … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Babolat Serves Up Some Hot Hitters!

In highlighting the heavy hitters of today’s tennis world, it was interesting to note several commonalities. It doesn’t matter if they serve on the Men’s team or the Women’s team; similar factors can play into the success of their game … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Four Must-Play Golf Courses!

The game of golf is in many ways unusual among sports, partly because most the most famous venues of all can be visited and played on by the general public. While some courses are open only to private members, many … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives Greatest Rivalries – Tennis Siblings

Who can write a sports archives blog about sibling rivalry in tennis without mentioning Serena and Venus Williams? The Williams sisters have pushed their own limits as well as each others buttons for the longest time, both growing up and … Continue reading

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Roger Federer advances in US Open

Roger Federer had an easy time of advancing to the third round of the 2010 U.S. Open, beating Andreas Beck 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 in 95 degree heat at Arthur Ashe Stadium. The match lasted 1 hour and 41 minutes contrast … Continue reading

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