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Shock Proof

Serena and Djokovic avoid doing a Rafa

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic proved shock-proof as a sense of order was restored  yesterday after the tremors that rumbled around Wimbledon on opening night following Rafa Nadal’s defeat.

Fred aims for more goals in homecoming match

BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil, (Reuters) – In-form striker Fred returns to the place where he made his name when Brazil face Uruguay in today’s Confederations Cup semi-final in Belo Horizonte and said he was treating the game as the final before the final.

Venezuelan team here to push beach volleyball

The Guyana Volleyball Federation (GVF) in collaboration with the world body, Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) spiked off their five-day Beach Volleyball grassroots course at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports ground, Carifesta Avenue, yesterday.

Nadal suffers recurring Wimbledon nightmare

LONDON, (Reuters) – From a green and pleasant land, Wimbledon’s grasscourts must now resemble a minefield for Rafa Nadal who, for the second year in a row yesterday, suffered a shock defeat by a modest opponent playing the match of his life.

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