Tennis Games News Brief:
Prominent British tennis reporter admits to plagiarism
Neil Harman, a longtime tennis writer for the Times of London, admits to plagiarizing material in his annual Wimbledon yearbook.
Israel Tennis Centers Launches Emergency Campaign to Relocate Children and Staff
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- via PRWEB - The Israel Tennis Centers Foundation announced an emergency relief effort in response to the immediate and growing crisis affecting the children and families of the Israel ...
Andy Roddick waits for the next American men's tennis star
The last American man to win a grand slam tennis singles title paid a visit to the Pavilion at Villanova on Monday night. If you didn't hear about it, or if you didn't care, you likely aren't alone.
The Edwardian attempt to merge tennis and cricket
The story of Vigoro, one man's dream of merging two summer sports
Rising star Ajla Tomljanovic to boost Australian tennis stocks
As Australian men?s tennis celebrates its greatest top-100 singles representation in more than 13 years, a major potential boost to the women?s game has arrived with the surprise defection of rising Croatian star Ajla Tomljanovic.
Tennis Writer Neil Harman Is Guilty Of Weapons-Grade Plagiarism
Earlier today, we told you about tennis writer Neil Harman admitting that at least some portion of the official Wimbledon yearbook he publishes every year was plagiarized. The full breadth of The Times of London 's chief tennis correspondent's plagiarism is now beginning to come into focus, thanks to our friends over at Slate . Read more...
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Sharapova, Murray to play in Manila leg of International Premier Tennis League
The hottest pin-up girl of the tennis world and one of its top male players will wow Pinoy fans in November as part of the inaugural leg of the International Premier Tennis League. Russia's Maria Sharapova and Scotland's Andy Murray ? Continue reading ?
Argentina siblings pursue tennis in College Park -- Gazette.Net
There's nothing out of the ordinary about a mother watching her children's tennis lesson. But Tuesday's maternal audience is not something College Park residents Jordi Arconada, 17, and his 15-year-old sister Usue Arconada, see every day at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park.
PM won't pay back tennis donation
David Cameron rejects calls to pay back a donation to the Conservatives by the wife of a former Putin minister, insisting she was not a "crony" of the Russian president.
Online Tennis Games News Headlines:
Respected Tennis Writer Cops To Plagiarism; There's Likely More To Find - Deadspin
ROBERTS-MUSE CUP: Sickle finds tennis a passion - Jackson Sun
Andy Roddick waits for the next American men's tennis star - Philly.com
Tennis goal achieved after serving country - The News-Press
Steinberg Named Women's Tennis Coach - K-StateSports.com
Tigers Summer Update: Reflections Of 2014 Mizzou Tennis Camp - MUTigers.com
David Cameron will play tennis and keep £160000 donation from former Putin ... - Telegraph.co.uk
Tories face calls to hand back £160k given by Russian for tennis match - The Guardian
Back from Exile: Viktor Troicki Returns to Tennis - Tennis Magazine
Southern-Fried Tennis - Tennis Magazine