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Biofile with Jo Wilfried Tsonga  | read this item

Biofile with Jo Wilfried Tsonga

Status: ATP Tennis player defeated Roger Federer at Wimbledon in the quarterfinals and will meet Novak Djokovic in the semifinal. Tennis Inspirations: “A lot of guys. I try to take something from every player – Agassi, Sampras, Rafter.” Hobbies/Interests: “I have lots of hobbies. I like life so, maybe my best hobby is fishing. I […]

Roland Garros Biofile with Gael Monfils  | read this item

Roland Garros Biofile with Gael Monfils

  Status: Current ATP rank is #15. Career high was #9 in March 2009. Winner of two ATP singles titles ( Sopot 2005, Metz 2009). DOB: September 1, 1986 In: Paris, France Ht: 6-4 Wt: 177 Tennis Inspiration: “Arthur Ashe.” Childhood Heroes: “My hero was maybe Michael Jordan.” Nickname: “Lamonf. Sliderman” Hobbies/Leisure Activities: “NBA, watch […]

French Open Biofile with Robin Soderling  | read this item

French Open Biofile with Robin Soderling

One of Robin Soderling’s fondest tennis memories dates back to the day he faced Stefan Edberg, Magnus Larsson and Pete Sampras in succession and watched intently as each man made his mark in Soderling’s psyche. “My first memory from tennis is actually when I was in Sweden and I went to, I think it was […]

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