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Bradley Klahn (Stanford) vs. Rhyne Williams (Tennessee), 1st game of 2nd set (first set won by Williams (4-6)), Taube Family Tennis Center – Stanford, Calif. (05-28-2011)
Full highlights of China’s Zhang Jike and Wang Hao’s Gold Medal Match in the Men’s Table Tennis Singles from the ExCeL Arena on 2 August 2012. In 1926, meeti…
HOUDET Stephane (FRA) 0-2 KUNIEDA Shingo (JPN) GOLD KUNIEDA Shingo JPN – Japan SILVER HOUDET Stephane FRA – France BRONZE VINK Ronald NED – Netherlands The I…
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Tennis Men’s Singles Finals – Great Britain Gold, Andy Murray Switzerland SIlver, FEDERER R – Argentina Bronze, DEL POTRO JM – Highlights from the Wimbledon …
Tennis Men’s Singles Second Round – Switzerland v France. Full Replay from Wimbledon at the London 2012 Olympic Games. — 30 July 2012 Watch the current Worl…
Tennis Men’s Doubles Finals – United States France Full Replay from Wimbledon at the London 2012 Olympic Games. — 4 August 2012 (MEDALLISTS) GOLD: USA SILVE…
Tennis Men’s Singles the London 2012 Olympic Games. — 28 July 2012 Roger Federer (SUI) beats Alejandro Falla (COL) 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 Tennis has a long Olympic history but withdrew from the programme after 1924. It did not return as a medal sport until 1988. Professionals are now welcome to compete, and the Olympic competition includes men’s and women’s singles and men’s and women’s doubles. Find more about Tennis at www.olympic.org/tennis
Tennis Men’s Singles Finals – Great Britain v Switzerland Full Replay from the Wimbledon at the London 2012 Olympic Games. – 5 August 2012 Andy Murray (GBR) v Rodger Federer (SUI) Tennis has a long Olympic history but withdrew from the programme after 1924. It did not return as a medal sport until 1988. Professionals are now welcome to compete, and the Olympic competition includes men’s and women’s singles and men’s and women’s doubles. Find more about Tennis at www.olympic.org/tennis