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WASHINGTON - For President Barack Obama, it was a brief glimpse of his good old days in Europe.

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...19 and ended at 2:26 a.m. Tuesday, equaling the latest finish in tournament history.On Wednesday against the Australian Open champion, Nishikori said, "I started a little bit tight.""But my body was OK," he added. "I don't know...

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They once worked as prostitutes for American soldiers in this "camptown" near Camp Humphreys, and they've stayed because they have nowhere else to go.

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Seles tops Kournikova

...searching for her first tour title, Kournikova will play in the Sydney International in January to tune up for the Australian Open. Though Seles is eight years older and far more accomplished than Kournikova, the two are friends and have faced...

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Venus, Henin-Hardenne reach Aussie quarters

...sighing. Justine Henin-Hardenne was in pain and fearing she was finished. Both advanced to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open on Sunday as Henin-Hardenne came back from 1-4 and a late painful cramp to beat Lindsay Davenport 7-5, 5-7...

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Wimbledon sees no major upsets

WIMBLEDON, England -- Venus Williams began defense of her Wimbledon title Tuesday with her first win in more than a month as order returned after Martina Hingis' startling opening-day loss.

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With another Wimbledon title, Federer's game stands alone

WIMBLEDON, England A day before Wimbledon began, Andy Roddick stood on a slope overlooking the practice courts at the All England Club. Down below, Roger Federer was going through a training session, and Roddick sneaked a peek.

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...Agassi's path determined by the draw Wednesday includes a potential quarterfinal against No. 1 Roger Federer, while defending champion Roddick's fourth-round foe could be 2000 winner Marat Safin, the man he lost to at the Australian Open.

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska NewspaperHaynes enjoys moment in Open spotlight 09/02/04

...the spotlight. She lost in the first round of last year's Open, then lost in the first round of qualifying at the Australian Open in January. That was the sum of Haynes' Slam experience until Monday, when she beat Tatiana Perebiynis in a third-set...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska NewspaperDavenport eclipses Venus 09/07/04

NEW YORK Venus Williams was grunting loudly, Lindsay Davenport was muttering to herself, and about 20,000 fans were jumping out of their seats after each point. The online edition of Peninsula Clarion newspaper in Kenai, Alaska

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