|Roger Federer Talks Wimbedon, Talks Rolex |
|title he'll return to the No. 1 ranking.
As part of a Rolex spot released earlier in the week, here's Federer with Indian great Vijay Amritraj.
|Novak Djokovic, Petra Kvitova Strike a Pose at Wimbledon Champions Ball [Video] |
|during the evening, a nervous Kvitova was invited up on stage during the Wimbledon Champions Ball Sunday night for a Q&A with Vijay Amritraj.
Kvitova beat Maria Sharapova on Saturday 63, 64 to take the women's Wimbledon title.
"It's hard to find words," she said on Saturday...|
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|Lleyton Hewitt sideways cracking on teen countryman Bernard Tomic.
DUMP MONEY IN HOLE HERE -- According to the Times of India, Vijay Amritraj received a "consultancy fee" of $140,000 each year for his association with the ATP Chennai Open, about twice the amount the tournament win...|
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|a club trying the same lame lines over and over again. Persistence is generally a virtue but not in this case.
The Top Five
5. Vijay Amritraj reached the quarterfinals of both the Wimbledon and U.S. Open championships. He helped India reach the Davis Cup final twice. Amritraj also...|
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|Kendrick, who this week went at the No. 1 spot in the World TeamTennis draft, and Bobby Reynolds. Other name players are India's Prakash Amritraj and NCAA star Somdev Devvarman, German Benjamin Becker, Canadian Frank Dancevic, and Americans Amer Delic, John Isner, Scoville Jenkins, Ke...|
|Veterans, Hopefuls Feature in 2009 Australian Open Men's Qualifying |
|Switzerland's George "I Beat Pete at Wimbledon" Bastl, meets No. 32 seed Rik de Voest.
No. 28 seed Somdev Devvarman and Prakash Amritraj square off in an all-Indian battle, and veterans attempting returns from injury or just another taste of the main draw after fallen-off res...|
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|two-time winner Carlos Moya, Serb Janko Tipsarevic and Spaniard Marcel Granollers.
Wildcards went to American-raised Indian Prakash Amritraj, American-schooled Indian Somdev Devvarman, and Czech Lukas Dlouhy.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand
The annual Hong...|
|Injury-dogged Nadal Tests Himself at ATP Chennai|
|Youzhny, Nicolas Mahut, Jurgen Melzer and Werner Eschauer.Wildcards for the event went to Indians Vishnu Vardhan and legacy Prakash Amritraj, and Spaniard Bartolome Salva-Vidal, Nadal's pal who undoubtedly received a wildcard benefit from his presence.Also in the field is unseede...|
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