Lamont, Riettie Hopeful Heading Into TT Champs
Samuel Lamont and Sandra Riettie, head coaches of Jamaica's men's and women's teams to the World
Watson Believes Victory Signals Changing Of Guard
The local hierarchy of men's table tennis is under threat from the island's new breed of players.
Venus Prevails In Thriller
Five-time champion Venus Williams needed three sets and nearly three hours to overcome the oldest player in the field yesterday and reach the third round at Wimbledon.
Former Jamaica Tennis Star Lance Lumsden Is Dead At 71
Lance Lumsden, one of the best tennis players produced by Jamaica, passed away last Saturday at Andrews Memorial Hospital, St Andrew.
A Win, Then Tears For Serena Williams
Returning to Grand Slam tennis after a year away with health problems, Serena Williams opened her Wimbledon title defence yesterday by beating Aravane Rezai in three sets - then burst into tears on Centre Court.
Very Easy For Nadal, Venus
Rafael Nadal opened his Wimbledon title defence with a convincing victory Monday, beating Michael Russell 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 on a "fantastic'' day while his parents watched from the Royal Box.
Serena Back With A Win
Making her return to competitive tennis after having blood clots in her lungs and two foot surgeries, Serena Williams slipped and fell in the final game of the match at Eastbourne yesterday.
Pembroke Hall too strong for Yes Fitness Centre
Former champions Pembroke Hall blanked newcomers and hosts, Yes Fitness Centre, 3-0 in their Division
UTech, UWI retain TT titles
Defending champions, University of Technology (UTech) and University of the West Indies (UWI)
Dibbs, Foster capture titles
National champions Joseph Dibbs and Yvonne Foster were on Sunday crowned men's and women's champions,
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