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The storied tennis careers of Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe and Pete Sampras all declined about the time they turned their focus to long-term relationships with women.
Andre Agassi waves to the crowd Sunday as he leaves the court following the final pro match of his career.
PARIS - Andre Agassi has this Grand Slam thing down pat.
NEW YORK - Crouched alone in the silence of the locker room, a pro tennis player no more, a red-eyed Andre Agassi twisted his torso in an attempt to conquer the seemingly mundane task of pulling a white shirt over his head.
John Rzeznik, of The Goo Goo Dolls, performs during the Andre Agassi Charitbale Foundation's 12th Grand Slam for Children event at the MGM Grand Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007, in Las Vegas.
Tune in to KNXV-TV (Channel 15) at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to watch Shane Peter, a student at Arizona State University, compete on Wheel of Fortune. Peter grew up watching the game show with his family. He applied to be a contestant at WheelofFortune.com.
Unlike the women's tennis tour, where a player probably isn't going to win if her name isn't Williams, parity is quite healthy on the APT — the men's pro tour.
“Arizonans are known for their cheapness when it comes to public education so expect a big run on Wal-Mart greeters when it comes to filling school resource officers positions.”
Hall of Famers Willie Mays, Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda are regular visitors around the San Francisco Giants.
NEW YORK - Derek Jeter cologne is on the way - and it's called Driven. The scent is designed to capture ambition, courage, passion and confidence, said Avon Products Inc., which partnered with the New York Yankees shortstop to develop the signature men's fragrance.
An employer has the right, and an expectation, to determine appropriate attire when a worker is on the job or representing the company. As tennis player Andre Agassi made clear in those camera commercials back when he had hair, “Image is everything.”
NEW YORK - Pete Sampras kept saying it, over and over, almost as though he wanted to make sure it sounded right: "I'm done, 100 percent done."
Retirement hasn’t kept Pete Sampras off the tennis court.
Despite his official exit from the game eight years ago, Sampras has spent much of 2011 playing competitive tennis, including a televised match against Andre Agassi in Madison Square Garden, several exhibitions in China and his participation in the 12-city Champions Series.
Desert Mountain High School freshman Tyler Hochwalt is competing in the prestigious Junior Orange Bowl International Youth Festival Tennis Championship through Saturday at Miami, Fla.
Everything you wanted to know about the Nationwide Tour but were afraid to ask heading into this week’s fifth (and possibly final) edition of the $450,000 Gila River Golf Classic at Whirlwind Golf Club near Chandler:
“I don’t think I’ve been more angry, and I’ve had some bad-ass days since I’ve been here, believe me,” Arizona coach Dennis Green, after the Cardinals’ 16-14 loss to St. Louis Sunday.
I understand the lure of a merchandising buck and that pro teams change colors and logos as quickly as rosters these days.
Apparently, being seeded is not such a good thing at the Tennis Channel Open. Two more seeds were sent packing Wednesday, meaning only three of the eight seeds remain — No. 2 Vince Spadea, No. 3 Mario Ancic and No. 5 Kevin Kim.
So what are the chances Barry Bonds can inject some hoopla into a horrible baseball season by hitting his 700th home run at Bank One Ballpark this weekend — a ball that could be worth more than $100,000 if some lucky fan can catch better than Scott Hairston or Chad Tracy?
Andy Roddick was the topranked player on the ATP Tour last year and all anybody wants to talk about is that 150-mile-per-hour serve he drilled Feb. 6 in a U.S. Davis Cup match.
For 15-year-old Lindsey Keeler of Mesa, it was worse than having a pimple on prom night.
With no players ranked in the world’s top 15, the Tennis Channel Open at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess began with a less than stellar field. In only the tourney’s second day Tuesday, the field got a lot weaker.
Looking back on the first — but not last! — Fry’s Electronics Open, which was held last week at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale.
NEW YORK - "My name is Meredith Vieira, and welcome to 'The View,'" said Rosie O'Donnell, introducing herself - as if that were necessary - on the ABC women's chat show Tuesday.
November 24, 2004