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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - On Court
Always the joker, Novak Djokovic was a man bearing gifts after reaching the championship match at the ATP finals.
When Maria Sharapova finally got out on court Friday for the second round of the French Open, there was no stopping her.
When Novak Djokovic realized he was the Wimbledon champion, he fell to the ground and covered the grass like a blanket. It was a fitting celebration for a man whose court coverage was the biggest reason he was able to defeat defending champion Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 in Sunday's final.
When Novak Djokovic realized he was the Wimbledon champion, he fell to the ground and covered the grass like a blanket.
A day after the tournament began, the French Open is really about to get started.
Kevin Garnett wore his affection for China's booming sportswear market on his back as the NBA star arrived in Beijing in August.
A Saudi Arabian court has ruled that a convicted man's spinal cord should be severed so he is paralyzed as part of the kingdom's Islamic-law-oriented retribution for similar injuries he is said to have inflicted upon another man in a fight.