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|Fish falls in Olympic final, settles for silver|
Somehow, somewhere, Nicolas Massu summoned the strength and the shots to win his second gold of these Olympics.
|Back in form: Henin-Hardenne wins gold medal|
It's safe to say Justine Henin-Hardenne is back on top of her game. She's healthy for the first time in months -- and has a gold medal to prove it.
|Lone American: Fish reaches men's tennis final|
Mardy Fish owns one career tennis title. A second, now just a victory away, would come with a gold medal.
|Martina falls one step short of medal round|
Martina Navratilova's long, illustrious career will end without an Olympic medal.
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|Labadze withdraws from men's tennis|
Irakli Labadze of Georgia withdrew from the Olympic tennis tournament Friday with a right wrist injury.
|Russian tennis coaches denied credentials|
Several Russian tennis coaches failed to get accredited for the Olympics because their national federation failed to submit applications.
|Venus vs. Justine in tennis quarters?|
Defending singles gold medalist Venus Williams and top-ranked Justine Henin-Hardenne were drawn Thursday to face each other in the quarterfinals in Athens.
|Federer, Henin-Hardenne awarded top seeds|
Roger Federer of Switzerland and Justine Henin-Hardenne of Belgium were seeded No. 1 Wednesday for the Athens singles tournaments.
|Serena withdraws hours before flight to Greece|
Serena Williams pulled out of the Summer Olympics just hours before she was to travel to Greece with her U.S. tennis teammates.
|Medal hopes take hit with Serena, Capriati out|
With Jennifer Capriati and Serena Williams staying Stateside, the Americans' medal hopes went from strong to suspect.
|Capriati withdraws from women's Olympic tennis|
Former Olympic tennis champion Jennifer Capriati withdrew from the Athens Games on Tuesday, possibly signalling the end of her patchy Olympic career.
|Garber: Twin destinies|
The Bryan twins don't always get along, but they're united in their goal to win gold.
|Verkerk out, Arthurs in of men's tennis in Athens|
Australian Wayne Arthurs has been named to replace Martin Verkerk in the men's singles at the Olympics after the Dutchman was injured.
|French Open champ Gaudio pulls out of Games|
French Open champion Gaston Gaudio pulled out of the Athens Olympics with a heel injury.
|Williams sisters still planning to play in Olympics|
Serena and Venus Williams plan to compete at the Athens Olympics despite injuries that forced them to pull out of recent tournaments.
|German tennis asks committee to reconsider|
Germany's tennis federation asked its Olympic committee to reverse its plan to bar the country's top two female players.
|Coria out of Olympic tennis with injured shoulder|
Guillermo Coria will skip the Athens Olympics because of a right shoulder injury, his trainer said Wednesday.
|Henin-Hardenne says she'll compete in Olympics|
Top-ranked Justine Henin-Hardenne will compete in the tennis event at this month's Olympic Games, she said on Tuesday.
|Williams sisters plan fashion statement|
The Athens Games are two months away, but the Williams sisters are already planning their wardrobes.
|Athens Insider: No kidding |
Brian Church, our Athens Insider, offers a little slice of what life's like in the host city. And he swears all of it is true.
|Ratto: Greece is for ...|
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
|Redefining Athens identity|
In 1896, Athens had just about 100,000 people. Today, greater Athens is a concrete carpet of more than 4 million people.
|The uneasy guarantee|
Officials promise there will be safe Games in Athens this summer.
|Swifter. Higher. Scarier.|
The threat of terrorism has some athletes concerned for their safety, while others still look forward to competing in Athens.