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January 3, 2005 | Grahame L. Jones, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The most interesting sign at the Home Depot Center on Sunday night consisted of only two words: "Adios Soccer." Printed in blue against a background of red and white vertical stripes, the attention-grabbing billboard marked the kickoff of Chivas USA's campaign to woo local fans. The second half of the message is likely to be equally short and to the point: "Bienvenidos Futbol."
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January 23, 2009 | associated press
In the biggest upset so far at the season's first major, sixth-seeded Venus Williams lost, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5, in the second round of the Australian Open to Carla Suarez Navarro, a 20-year-old Spaniard ranked No. 46. "She was super consistent and aggressive and just went for her shots," said Williams, the reigning Wimbledon champion. "I wasn't in control of the points." Williams was broken while serving for the match and dropped the last five games.
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April 30, 2007 | Larry Stewart, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rafael Nadal won his third straight Open Seat Godo championship Sunday, defeating Guillermo Canas, 6-3, 6-4, at Barcelona, Spain, for his 72nd consecutive victory on clay. Nadal hasn't dropped a set on clay since top-ranked Roger Federer won the first set of their French Open final last year. He credited a more aggressive style for his recent success. "I've had some difficult moments like when I went eight months without winning a tournament," the top-seeded Spaniard said.
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June 30, 2009 | Mike Penner
In a game played without either a Wiffle ball or a batting tee, the Lake Elsinore Storm and the High Desert Mavericks combined for 51 runs Sunday in Lake Elsinore's 33-18 victory. Lake Elsinore, the San Diego Padres' Class-A affiliate, scored eight runs in the first, six in the eighth and had two five-run innings. High Desert, a Seattle Mariners' affiliate, can take no solace in producing 18 runs; the Mavericks still lost by 15.
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August 2, 2011 | By Matt Stevens
The Mercury Insurance Open experienced a mass exodus of top players before the tournament even started, but the top Germans apparently didn't get the memo. Kim Clijsters isn't here and neither are defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova or new Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova. That has left headlining duties to such players as Andrea Petkovic, Julia Goerges and Sabine Lisicki. All three Germans are ranked in the top 25 and having career years. Petkovic made the quarterfinals at the Australian Open, Goerges won an event in Stuttgart, and Lisicki is fresh off a run to the Wimbledon semifinals.
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June 25, 2009 | Chuck Culpepper
TODAY'S FEATURED MATCHES Venus Williams (3), United States vs. Kateryna Bondarenko (73), Ukraine Guest columnist Nick Bollettieri of the Independent called Venus and Serena Williams "the greatest female athletes in history." And some obnoxious, oblivious reader probably e-mailed him accusing him of being one of those media guys who doesn't know anything about sports. Andy Roddick (6), U.S. vs.
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September 1, 2010 | By Diane Pucin
Andy Roddick tossed his rackets — one, two, three, four — over his shoulder and into the crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Wednesday night. Those rackets became unnecessary because the ninth-seeded Roddick was unaggressive with his tennis but not with his emotions and he left the U.S. Open as a second-round upset loser to 44th-ranked Janko Tipsarevic, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3, 7-6 (4). Tipsarevic, a 26-year-old Serbian, is into the third round of the Open for the first time.
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September 7, 2009 | Diane Pucin
Serena Williams is 22-1 in major tournaments this year, that one loss coming at the French Open to eventual champion Svetlana Kuznetsova. But for one wonky set of tennis on red clay, Williams might be looking at a sweep of the Grand Slams. Instead, she has a more modest aim: winning singles and doubles at the U.S. Open. This morning, while the patrons at Arthur Ashe Stadium were still brushing doughnut crumbs from their lips, second-seeded and defending U.S. Open champion Williams was finishing off a 6-2, 6-0 win over 22nd-ranked Daniela Hantuchova.
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October 24, 2008 | staff and wire reports
Seve Ballesteros' brain tumor is cancerous and the two-time Masters winner will undergo another operation to relieve pressure caused by swelling and bleeding that have recently developed. The remaining parts of the malignant tumor, located in a very deep part of the brain, will be removed in today's procedure in Madrid. La Paz Hospital officials said Thursday that the surgery is "of great complexity." Three doctors will operate on Ballesteros.
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August 20, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
American Sanya Richards avenged her world championship loss to Olympic champion Tonique Williams-Darling of the Bahamas, winning the 400 meters in wind and rain Friday at the Weltklasse Golden League meet in Zurich, Switzerland. Richards finished in 48.92 seconds -- the best time this season -- in conditions similar to those in Helsinki, Finland, last week. The pair came off the last turn together, but Richards won by 0.38 of a second. Newly crowned world champion Justin Gatlin of the U.S.
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