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@Tinkitjie Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, And Serena Williams: The Most Impressive Athletes Of The Last Half-Century? http://t.co/dg9103nEKs
@RomiCvitkovic Interesting take. MT @BuzzFeedSports: Serena: more impressive than any athlete of last 50 yrs except Jordan and Ali? http://t.co/qDJ27I025A
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Faiq, Hania win tennis finals The News International: PARIS: Serena Williams is poised to regain the WTA World No.1 ranking she lost in October, 2010, following her win in Brisbane at the weekend.
Source: The News International

Mister India tipped Deccan Herald: Master Boom 53.5 Sikandar Ali 1; 9. Fiorella 52.5 Ranjeet S 4; 10. Miss Stunning 52
Source: Deccan Herald

Bowls: Keith on her way to a full set Otago Daily Times: Brassey's team will meet current World Bowls player and defending champion Ali Forsyth in the next round. Forsyth's team, which
Source: Otago Daily Times

Australian Open Murray seeded third for Melbourne, Djokovic first - Yahoo! Eurosport UK: Yahoo! Eurosport UKAustralian Open - Murray seeded third for Melbourne, Djokovic firstYahoo! Eurosport UKFor the women's singles draw, 2012 Australian Open winner Victoria Azarenka is top seed for her title defence, ahead of second seed Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams in third. Agnieszka Radwanska is fourth seed, with Angelique Kerber fifth and Li Na
Source: Murray seeded third for Melbourne, Djokovic first - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

Forsyth four in hunt for bowls title Marlborough Express: Marlborough ExpressForsyth four in hunt for bowls titleMarlborough ExpressMarlborough's interest in the fours at the national bowls champs in New Plymouth remains high after Ali Forsyth's highly regarded quartet notched two comfortable wins in post section play yesterday to advance to the last eight. Skip Forsyth, lead Gary
Source: Marlborough Express

Neha reaches final of SSB series The News International: Neha reaches final of SSB seriesThe News InternationalIn the boys & girls under-15 singles semi-finals, Marib Malik beat Saad Muhammad Ali 6-0, 6-3 and Muhammad Raza Sawani defeated Zubair Raja 6-2, 6-1. In the boys & girls under-13 singles semi-finals, Zubair Raja defeated Shahzil Malik 6-3, 7-6 (4
Source: The News International

Big names to the fore at bowls champs Stuff.co.nz: Big names to the fore at bowls champsStuff.co.nzAmong the big names to have three wins were Rowan Brassey (Cabramatta), Beau Prideaux (Cabramatta), Rodger Hassall (Paritutu), Brett Hassall (Avondale), Brian Baldwin (Musgrave Hill), Peter Belliss (Aramoho) and Ali Forsyth (Havelock). Singles winner
Source: Stuff.co.nz

Bowls: Scott proves selectors wrong as he wins title New Zealand Herald: Auckland's
Source: New Zealand Herald

Boyd sisters roll up tad short Hawke's Bay Today: Boyd sisters roll up tad shortHawke's Bay TodayThe Napier sisters came up a tad shy against an equally formidable Dunsandel duo of multiple national title-holder Sandra Keith (skip) and former New Zealand representative Serena Matthews, pipped 15-13 at the Paritutu Bowling Club green. "We've lost
Source: Hawke's Bay Today

Bowls: Pairs champions crowned Newstalk ZB: Bowls: Pairs champions crownedNewstalk ZBAli Forsyth and Matthew Gallop have beaten Rob Ashton and Barclay Lee 15-9 in the men's while Sandra Keith and Serena Matthews have won the women's pairs title at the National Bowls Champs in New Plymouth. They've beaten Mandy and Angela Boyd
Source: Newstalk ZB

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