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DUBLIN, October 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Full Tilt Poker is proud to announce the latest addition to its roster of poker ambassadors - top tennis star James Blake, who recently signed as a Friend of Full Tilt. James has led the US Davis Cup team since being selected in 2001, with a record of 20 wins and just nine losses.
Five-time defending champion Roger Federer swept through his first-round match Monday at the 2009 US Open, the final tennis Grand Slam of the year.
Marin Cilic beat James Blake in four sets Sunday, sending Croatia to the Davis Cup semifinals and eliminating the United States team. Cilic's 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 win gave Croatia an insurmountable 3-1 lead in the best-of-five quarterfinal competition. After Cilic's clinching win, the U.S.
Ivo Karlovic is being called upon to play both singles and doubles for Croatia against the United States this weekend in a Davis Cup quarterfinal series. Karlovic is to open the best-of-five set Friday against James Blake before teaming with Lovro Zovko for a doubles match Saturday and then a singles bout with Mardy Fish on Sunday. The matches are to be played in Porec on an indoor clay court, on which the U.S.
Andy Roddick said he was injured during the Wimbledon final and has withdrawn from this week's US Davis Cup matches against Croatia.
The United States will field a team of Andy Roddick, James Blake, and doubles specialists Bob and Mike Bryan in the Davis Cup quarterfinals in Croatia. Roddick is ranked sixth in the world and Blake is 17th. The Bryan brothers hold the No.
Scotland's Andy Murray won the Aegon Tennis Championships in London Sunday with a 7-5 6-4 victory against American James Blake. The top-seeded Murray closed the first set by winning the last two games following a 30-0 advantage. Of the 60 points played in the opening set, Murray had a 32-28 advantage. In the second, he converted the lone break-point chance for either player to take a 4-3 lead and held serve from there to complete the match in 67 minutes, winning his second title this season...
Scotland's Andy Murray and American James Blake were Saturday's semifinal winners at the Aegon Tennis Championships in London. Murray, the pre-Wimbledon event's top seed, was a 6-2, 6-4 victor against unseeded Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain. The world's third-ranked men's player behind Spain's Rafael
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