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Monday 14 March 2005
Sunday 05 December 2004
Despite his brave attempts to discount an 11-year age gap, the Masters title which John McEnroe has won four times in seven years was torn from his grip at the semi-final stage in London's Royal Albert Hall yesterday. So Jim Courier, at 34, moved to within a step of this afternoon's $100,000 winner-take-all prize, while the 45-year-old McEnroe, as indestructible as they come in this sport, said he would be back next year "if they invite me". They wouldn't dare refuse. In the final Courier will face Austria's Thomas Muster, who defeated Anders Jarryd 3-6 4-3 when the Swede defaulted with a shoulder injury.
Saturday 04 December 2004
Monday 22 November 2004
Roger Federer started the week recuperating from a torn thigh muscle and ended it with a strong hold on the No. 1 ranking.
Thursday 09 September 2004
John McEnroe described it as a "disgusting, brutal call", one that made him "feel a lot better about those pyrotechnics I put those umpires through," and for once he may not have been overstating his case.
Sunday 07 December 2003
Saturday 06 December 2003
Tuesday 02 December 2003
Tuesday 25 November 2003
Saturday 23 August 2003
Monday 07 July 2003
Friday 04 July 2003
Sunday 29 June 2003
Saturday 28 June 2003
Thursday 12 June 2003
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