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  • For $50 million, Bundchen and Brady will throw in the moat

    Gisele Bundchen, supermodel and actress, and her husband, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, have put their mega-estate in Brentwood on the market at $50 million. The country French chateau is reached by a winding driveway that ends at a...
  • Venus Williams sells in Hollywood Hills West

    Venus Williams has sold a home in Hollywood Hills West for $1.7 million. The midcentury post-and-beam house, built in 1955, features a foyer, a den, an updated kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Tax records show the house has 1,528 square feet...
  • Mónica Puig, tenista con alma de escritora/VIDEO/FOTOS

    Mónica Puig, tenista con alma de escritora/VIDEO/FOTOS
      POR AURELIO MORENO/El Sentinel Aunque ya había hecho ruido el año pasado en París tras superar a la entonces número 11 del mundo, la rusa Nadia Petrova; y alcanzar la tercera ronda del Roland Garros; la tenista puertorriqueña Mónica Puig señala su...
  • Venus Williams wins first tennis title since 2012

    Venus Williams wins first tennis title since 2012
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Venus Williams won her 45th career WTA title at the Dubai Championships in a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Alize Cornet of France in the final at the United Arab Emirates. The 44th-ranked Williams, playing courtesy of a wild card,...
  • Serena Williams reaches U.S. Open final again

    NEW YORK — From her first massive forehand to her final well-placed service winner, top-seeded and defending champion Serena Williams left no doubt Friday against Li Na. Williams beat the fifth-seeded Li, 6-0, 6-3, to advance to the U.S. Open...
  • Broncos' Von Miller suspended six games under NFL drug policy

    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller received a six-game suspension under the NFL's substance-abuse policy Tuesday, taking away the best defensive player from a team many expect to make a run at the Super Bowl. The league wanted a longer penalty for the...
  • Martina Hingis and mom accused of attacking estranged husband

    Martina Hingis and mom accused of attacking estranged husband
    Tennis player Martina Hingis and her mother-coach, Melanie Molitor, have been accused of attacking Hingis' estranged husband, according to several European publications. Hingis' boyfriend, Mario Widmer, was also involved in the attack, the reports said....
  • Del Potro, Rybarikova win titles at Citi Open in D.C.

    Having not played John Isner in two years, it took Juan Martin del Potro a while to adjust to the hair-raising speed and peculiar trajectory of the 6-foot-10 American's serve. But once del Potro figured it out, abandoning his initial strategy of fielding...
  • Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal win Rogers Cup tennis titles

    Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal win Rogers Cup tennis titles
    Serena Williams won the Rogers Cup women's title for the third time and Rafael Nadal matched that feat while playing spoiler in the men's tournament to capture his eighth title of the year. Williams routed unseeded Romanian Sorana Cirstea, 6-2, 6-0,...
  • Friday's local roundup: Former W&M tennis star Moulton-Levy joins partner in Family Circle Cup doubles semis

    Friday's local roundup: Former W&M tennis star Moulton-Levy joins partner in Family Circle Cup doubles semis
    Former William and Mary tennis All-American Megan Moulton-Levy reached Saturday’s doubles semifinals of the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, S.C., joining Shuai Zhang to defeat Yaroslava Shvedova and Julia Goerges 5-7, 6-3, 1-0 (10-5) on green clay....
  • State Makes Smart Play On Tennis Tournament

    A few people were scratching their heads Friday when they learned that the state agreed to pay $618,000 for the rights to the New Haven Open at the Connecticut Tennis Center on the Yale campus. Some criticized the move as an inappropriate use of state...