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1 although Grand Slam singles titles were lifted by eight different players this season.
1 and 22-time Grand Slam champion Steffi Graf has said that she believes there is no stopping for current World No.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC was cut to 7-4 from 2-1 to win the French Open, the only Grand Slam crown he has yet to win, following his stunning 6-7 7-6 6-3 6-2 victory over Andy Murray in the Australian Open final in Melbourne yesterday.
Also in 2005, the year when Wales lifted the Grand Slam after a famous victory over Ireland at the Millennium Stadium, John Paul II died.
Otsar Family Services announced that former Yankee ace, Goose Gossage, and former Met and Yankee star, A1 Leiter, will head up the team of celebrities who will participate in its Meridian Presents Third Annual Celebrity Grand Slam at Keyspan Park in Coney Island home of the Brooklyn Cyclones on Sunday, September 17.
That's good news for American tennis fans, who have had to deal with the uninspiring Amelie Mauresmo of France and Justine Henin-Hardenne of Belgium exchanging Grand Slam titles this year.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Grand Slam Wear, LLC, a manufacturer and marketer of Baseball Bracelets, is showcasing the new "Little League Baseball Bracelet" today at SuperShow 2006.
WORLD number one Roger Federer won his sixth Grand Slam title as he beat American veteran Andre Agassi in four sets in the US Open final at Flushing Meadow last night.