Ann Liguori

Liguori: Thank You, Yogi, For Being A FriendWe’ve lost a national treasure, the last of the true baseball legends.
Liguori: Djokovic Shows Why He's Been No. 1 For 4 Of Last 5 YearsDjokovic deserves all the accolades. What a season, what a career! And there's much more to come from the very talented, affable Serb.
Liguori: Flavia Pennetta Wins US Open, Retires From Tennis On The SpotIf you're a professional athlete and you're going to say goodbye to the game you've played your entire life, why not leave at the height of your career?
Liguori: Vinci Played Brilliant, Took Advantage Of Serena's Nerves At US OpenThis was on the scale of Buster Douglas knocking out Mike Tyson, the undefeated, undisputed heavyweight champion.
Liguori: With Pressure-Packed Hurdle Cleared, Serena Could Cruise To Calendar SlamWhat a special night Tuesday night was for many reasons. What theater! And it wasn't because Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian and Oprah were among the celebrities in the house.
Liguori: Serena and Venus Ready For Another Chapter In Historic RivalryThe last time the two have met at the US Open was in 2008 in the quarterfinals. Serena won 7-6, 7-6.
Liguori: Donald Young Rallies To Win AnotherDonald Young is the comeback kid in this year's U.S. Open. Well, at 26-years of age, Young isn't a kid anymore, although he still has that boyish look.
Liguori: Hall Of Fame Coach Nick Bollettieri Advises Serena Williams Not To Talk About Calendar Grand SlamBut despite the nerves, Serena managed to beat Bethanie Mattek- Sands in their third round battle, 3-6, 7-5, 6-0.
Liguori: We Saw A Little Bit Of Everything On Day 4 Of The US OpenAnd to top off the evening action, yet another seed in the women's draw was ousted.
Liguori: You Have To Admire Mardy Fish For The Way He Went OutThe way he’s handled the many challenges that have come his way, to me, speak louder than the six ATP tour titles and Olympic silver medal he earned along the way.
Liguori: Seeded Women Already Becoming An Endangered Species At US OpenThe US Open women's draw is taking a hit in the early going, with seeded players getting squashed right and left.
Liguori: If Serena Is On Her Game, She May Easily Make History At US OpenSerena Williams will begin her historic quest for Grand Slam glory on Monday night with her first-round match at the US Open.

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