It's been nearly seven months since former No. 1 men's tennis player Rafael Nadal played tennis professionally, and it looks like his return to the court has been delayed further.
Nadal was scheduled to participate in a tournament in Abu Dhabi this week but has been forced to withdraw — not because of the knee injury that has plagued him since June, but because of a stomach virus.
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the outcome of Sunday's men's tennis singles final.]
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ESPN has secured full TV rights to Wimbledon, ending NBC's 43-year coverage of the Grand Slam tournament.
The network and the All England Club reached a 12-year agreement beginning next year. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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ESPN had previously owned the rights to air the early rounds, with NBC picking up coverage in the second week, ending with its "Breakfast at Wimbledon" broadcasts of the finals. However, NBC has drawn ire from fans (including Dirk Nowitzki) for ...
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Fresh off equaling Bjorn Borg's six French Open titles, Rafael Nadal could match another of the Swede's impressive feats: winning on the French clay and Wimbledon grass back-to-back for the third time. "It's the toughest turnaround in tennis," says NBC analyst Mary Carillo, "but Nadal is something very special indeed." Borg did it from 1978-80, and the Spaniard took home both trophies in 2008 and last year...