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10 Sports Pilgrimages Every Guy Should Make Once In His Life

Which sports events are worth planning a vacation around? Check out these ten sports happenings every guy should make a trip for.


French tennis player Marion Bartoli addresses a press conference in New York, August 25, 2013. Bartoli talked about her future and her decision to quit playing tennis after winning the 2013 Wimbledon championship. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Marion Bartoli On Retirement: Never Say Never

From the two-handed groundstrokes on each side, to that out-of-nowhere victory at Wimbledon this year to her equally surprising retirement less than two months after that, Marion Bartoli has put her unique spin on a career that’s always kept people guessing.


Juan Martin Del Potro. (Credit: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Del Potro Beats Isner for 3rd Title in Washington

Juan Martin del Potro knows that a successful week in Washington can pay off at the U.S. Open.


Andre Agassi plays in the then Legg Mason Tennis Classic in 2001. (credit: STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)

Citi Open Ruled By Tennis Giants No More

Giants used to rule the tennis courts at 16th and Kennedy Streets N.W. where the currently-named Citi Open is being contested this week.


The Washington Kastles play in Southwest D.C. (Credit: George Mesthos/All-News 99.1 WNEW)

Kastles Win 3rd Consecutive World TeamTennis Title

The Washington Kastles have won their third consecutive World TeamTennis title.


John Isner plays a backhand at the Atlanta Tennis Championships.

Elfin: The Nation’s Capital Is Being Deprived Of Good Tennis

Washington, D.C. has been the home to some legendary tennis matches, including participants the likes of Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, and Billie Jean King, and yet our town is now all too familiar with being passed over for more attractive tour stops.


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US Open Tennis Preview With Justin Gimelstob

Justin Gimelstob previews the 2011 US Open from New York and explains why the field has caught up to Roger Federer.

106.7 The Fan–08/29/2011

2011 French Open - Day Ten

Justin Gimelstob LIVE From French Open

Justin Gimelstob talks French Open and lets the Junks listen in during his interview with Andy Murry.

106.7 The Fan–05/31/2011

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David Elfin On Sports: Hard For Americans To Get Excited About The French Open

The French Open is underway – does anyone on this side of the pond care?

106.7 The Fan–05/24/2011


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