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  • Serena Williams enters 2014 Indian Wells tennis tournament

    The prestigious Indian Wells tennis tournament, the BNP Paribas Open, announced its list of entries Wednesday and one name jumped out. Serena Williams. While tournament officials were quick to point out that this did not mean definitively that she...
  • Indian Wells tennis tournament will also be dining haven in March

    As the new Court 2 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden nears completion so does the newest dining option at California's largest tennis venue. The New York sushi restaurant Nobu will have an outlet near the new court, which holds one of only two ATP or...
  • Breakers moving to Texas

    For nine years, they were known as the Newport Beach Breakers. For the past two years, they were the Orange County Breakers. Now, they've just made a break for it. World Team Tennis' Orange County franchise has been sold to Canadian entrepreneur Lorne...
  • Roger Federer goes easy, Novak Djokovic goes hard to Indian Wells final

    Roger Federer won the men's tennis semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Saturday. Both of them. Little did Federer know that, when he waltzed past Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine, 6-3, 6-1, in 1 hour 1 minute, he would have time to get...
  • Flavia Pennetta defeats injured Agnieszka Radwanska at Indian Wells

    Emotion and injury trumped great tennis Sunday in the women's final of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells. Flavia Pennetta of Italy won the title and the $1 million that went with it. Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland was the 6-2, 6-1 victim, and her...
  • Novak Djokovic wins BNP Paribas Open — but Roger Federer doesn't lose

    Novak Djokovic proved Sunday at Indian Wells, in the men's final of the BNP Paribas Open, that Roger Federer does not walk on water. But then, Djokovic would be the first to admit that his older tennis rival does pretty well on hard courts amid the...
  • Maria Sharapova goes from Winter Games to desert tennis

    She went back to where it all started, to the wall in Sochi. Maria Sharapova, out of boredom really, as a child began smacking a tennis ball while her father played his weekly game a few feet away. "My career started in Sochi," Sharapova said Wednesday,...
  • Pedidos de ayuda por desempleo EEUU caen a mínimo 3 meses, órdenes a fábricas bajan

    Pedidos de ayuda por desempleo EEUU caen a mínimo 3 meses, órdenes a fábricas bajan
    El número de personas que presentó nuevas solicitudes de subsidios por desempleo en Estados Unidos cayó más de lo esperado hasta tocar un mínimo de tres meses la semana pasada, una señal de fortaleza para un mercado laboral que se había visto afectado por...
  • BNP Paribas Open: Time is relative to Roger Federer

    BNP Paribas Open: Time is relative to Roger Federer
    The old guy, Father Time, will triumph in the end. He always does. But for the moment Roger Federer is holding serve against him, which in a sport primarily of the young is no small achievement. Federer has come to terms with reality. "If I can't play...
  • The No. 1 Swiss tennis player? It's not who you think

    The No. 1 Swiss tennis player? It's not who you think
    The Swiss are represented in men's tennis at this year's BNP Paribas Open by Stanislas Wawrinka and that other guy. Wawrinka won the recent Australian Open and is now No. 3 in the world rankings. The other guy becomes Mr. Avis in Switzerland now, and as...
  • U.S. tennis players wilting in the Indian Wells desert

    With the star of the day, second-seeded Novak Djokovic, advancing as expected Sunday, it seemed timely to survey the results of tennis players from the United States. This BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells is, after all, one of the country's bigger...