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Do you like Raemon Sluiter?Began playing tennis at age six with his older brother Maurice, who teaches tennis in his hometown of Rotterdam...Father, Fred, works as a caretaker at his for ... Read Full Bio
- Defending Champion Del Potro, Kvitova Out; Cilic Authors Take Down Of Murray In Rotterdam
- take an 8-match win streak into tomorrow's match against Igor Sijsling who became the first Dutch semifinalist in Rotterdam since Raemon Sluiter in 2003. Sijsling defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 in just 75 minutes. In Memphis, top seed Kei Nishikori overcame a slow st...
- Becker, Tursunov, Woz Win Titles; Wimbledon Next
- reigning on the grasscourts -- this time German Benjamin Becker, who captured the title as a qualifier, beating Dutch wildcard Raemon Sluiter 7-5, 6-3. It was the career-first title for the 28-year-old Becker in his second final. "Everybody can play tennis, especially on a grassco...
- Tennis-X Notes: Indians Want Paes Out, Mauresmo Retiring?
- Marta, and Lorena Ochoa. Roger Federer won the Sportsman of the Year. Announcing their retirements in February are Dutchman Raemon Sluiter and American Paul Goldstein. Goldstein says he will work for a clean air company in San Francisco... ...
- Ancic Wins, Haas Hopes Dashed at St. Pete
- 3 seed Mario Ancic kept his slim hopes of a Shanghai bid alive following a 6-3, 6-4 win over Dutchman "Everybody Loves" Raemon Sluiter in second-round play Thursday in St. Petersburg. Ancic enjoyed nine aces and never faced a break point in the second set. He'll next plays Ma...
- Haas Survives as 3 Seeds Injured at St. Petersburg
- not keep on playing."Unseeded winners Wednesday were Max "The Beast" Mirnyi (d. (6) Tursunov in three), Dutchman "Everybody Loves" Raemon Sluiter (d. (Q) Kubot in three), and Latvian wildcard Ernest Gulbis (d. Dlouhy from a set down).Davydenko is expected to be able to compete next we...
- Nadal Wins Comfortable Opener at ATP Stockholm
- Rafael Nadal joined fellow Spaniard Feliciano "F-Lo" Lopez in the second round in Stockholm with a 6-4, 6-2 beat-down over Dutchman Raemon Sluiter Tuesday. "I feel good indoors," Nadal told ESPN.com news services. "I don't feel that rusty, I've been training really hard at hom...
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