Austrailian Open champ Kim Clijsters pulled herself out of Wimbledon today. The decision was a result of a foot injury she suffered yesterday. Needless to say, the Number Two ranked Belgian is disappointed.
Lee Westwood may have been the top-ranked golfer in the world, at one point, but Tom LaMarre, of the Sports Xchange, courtesy of foxsports.com, thinks he must win his first major tournament, to slow the criticism, and get the respect he deserves.
Former top-ranked tennis superstar Serena Williams has been missing from the sport since winning Wimbledon last year. A number of injuries and health scares has kept her off the court for nearly a year, but with the help of a world-renowned trainer, Williams plans on defending her Wimbledon crown next month.
Rafael Nadal won his sixth French Open Championship, and 10th Grand Slam, by defeating Roger Federer, in four sets, on Sunday. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, reports that Nadal was victorious, 7-5, 7-6, 5-7, 6-1.
Selflessness tends to reward an individual, or a group of people, a lot more in the long run, than selfishness does. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief discusses selfishness, and how it fits into both sports, and everyday life. See this week's segment, below.
For any athletic team to be succesful, there needs to be teamwork, and that means standing by each other, in good times, and bad. UL co-head softball coach touches on teamwork, in this week's edition of "Coache's Corner: Stand By Each Other, Like A Goose In A Flock." Read coach Lotief's blog, below.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball program has certainly had it's share of excellence. The program has been to the Women's College World Series five times, and has been to an NCAA Regional every year, since 1990, with the exception of one year. On this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head coach Michael Lotief talks about excellence, and what that term requires. View this week's edition of "Coach's Corner" below.
Novak Djokovic won his second Australian Open men's tennis championship, on Sunday, defeating Andy Murray, in straight sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3. the Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.
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