Tennis players play active part in 'Twitter Games'

The London 2012 Olympic Games was once billed by British Olympic Association chief executive Andy Hunt as the 'Twitter Games' - and tennis players will play a big part as some of the most active users on the social media network.

Although Twitter was used during Beijing 2008, it had not reached the level of prominence it enjoys now. Six million users were on the service in 2008, compared to more than 600 million who are now signed up - and London 2012 is expected to see an unprecedented amount of social media activity for a sporting event. Read more »

Federer says Olympics tougher than grand slam

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer speaks during a press conference at the Main Press Center (MPC) in London

World No. 1 Roger Federer said here on Thursday that winning the Olympic Games could be even harder than winning a grand slam title.

Federer, who made history three weeks ago by winning his seventh Wimbledon title, said that win has helped to boost his confidence, but the Olympic has fewer rounds and could produce more upsets. Read more »

Zheng Jie out of women's tennis singles at first round

Zheng Jie of China competes during women's tennis singles first round competition, at London 2012 Olympic Games in London, Britain, on July 30, 2012. Zheng Jie of China lost to Nadia Petrova of Russia 0-2.

Zheng Jie out of women's tennis singles at first round

Serena Williams Wants To Know If Her Butt Is Too Big

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Serena Williams Wants To Know If Her Butt Is Too Big

After her big win at Wimbledon, Serena Williams is supposed to be taking some time off to prep for the Olympics and to rest her back, with the weight she is toting back there, we can't see how that could be possible! Read more »

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