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Na sets up Sharapova tie

Li Na beat Sloane Stephens in three sets on Thursday, to set up a Madrid Open quarter-final tie with Maria Sharapova.

(00:59) | May 9, 2014



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Hewitt and Querrey progress in Washington

Tennis Video: There were first round wins for seventh seed Kevin Anderson, Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Querrey at the Citi Open in Washington D.C, USA on Tuesday.

(01:05) | Jul 30, 2014

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Lisicki smashes women's serve record

Tennis Video: Sabine Lisicki hit the fastest recorded serve in the history of women's tennis during her first-round defeat to Ana Ivanovic in the Bank of the West Classic on Tuesday.

(00:50) | Jul 30, 2014

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Ivanovic finds way past Lisicki

Tennis Video: Ana Ivanovic overcame Sabine Lisicki in the opening round of the Bank of West Classic on Tuesday.

(01:00) | Jul 30, 2014

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Why didn't Chelsea want Lukaku?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop doesn't understand why Chelsea were so willing to let Romelu Lukaku leave the club for Everton.

(01:19) | Jul 30, 2014

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France back on the right track?

ESPN FC on TV: Former French World Cup player Frank Leboeuf analyzes France's 2014 World Cup appearance.

(01:09) | Jul 30, 2014

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What was Mourinho thinking?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC"s Craig Burley is confused about why Jose Mourinho let Romelu Lukaku go.

(00:31) | Jul 30, 2014

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Easy road ahead for Man United?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop break down Manchester United's early schedule and what Louis Van Gaal will bring to the team.

(00:56) | Jul 30, 2014

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Lukaku: Everton feels like home

Premier League: Romelu Lukaku spoke of his desire to help make Everton "one of the best teams in England" after completing his club-record 47 million deal to Goodison Park.

(01:33) | Jul 30, 2014

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U.S. progression hard to quantify

ESPN FC on TV: The very opinionated Craig Burley said the United States have improved, but it's hard to quantify their progress.

(01:39) | Jul 30, 2014

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