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Extractions: Thank you for your interest in Greg Rusedski, record breaking star of British tennis. If you would like to give him your official support while keeping up to date with inside information on his tennis and other activities, then this is the club for you. This club has been set up with Gregs approval and assistance from his Management Company. We run the club as a non-profit making concern. Greg is keen to be able to keep in touch with his fans (like yourself) during his travels world-wide and to enable us to follow his career. Our main aims are to give encouragement and support to Greg in his professional career, both on and off the tennis court, as well as to provide an information service to members. We hope to have exclusive interviews where Greg can answer members questions, in addition you can let him know your own opinions via the newsletter, which he will receive. Hopefully, this will give you the chance to get to know Greg as a person not just a tennis player. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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Rusedski, Greg - LTA Tennis Nation exonerated of all charges by the Independent Drug Tribunal, there s no doubt thatGreg rusedski will now just want to get back onto a competitive tennis court. http://www.lta.org.uk/ReachTheTop/Players/Men/RusedskiGreg.htm
Extractions: Now back in the competitive fray after experiencing the most torturous experience any sportsman could imagine. After having his name cleared by the Independent Drugs Tribunal that initially sat in Montreal during February, the 30 year-old left-hander made his comeback in Britainâs Davis Cup victory over Luxembourg. Never particularly affectionate towards the European clay court that extends though the spring, he will be more than happy to get back on British grass. Canadian by birth but very much British since taking on citizenship in June 1995, highlights of his career began to occur with rapidity two years later. In 1997 he became the first British man to reach the final of the US Open and six months later he propelled a 147 mph serve at Indian Wells that stood as a world record for more than six years.
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Extractions: Improve your LTA Online experience with Macromedia Flash var sectionArray = new Array('GetOnCourt','U18','ClubVision','NowCoach','News','InsideTheLta','SeeTheAction','ReachTheTop'); The LTA's Response to the Greg Rusedski Statement The LTA is pleased that todayâs announcement by Greg Rusedskiâs lawyers has ended a period of uncertainty and that he has been exonerated of committing a doping offence last year. David Felgate, Director of Performance said: âWe are delighted for Greg on a personal level and glad that he finally has a verdict. We all look forward to Greg resuming his tennis career as soon as possible.â The LTA has ensured that its own testing system within Great Britain is WADA compliant and welcomes the ATPâs move to do the same. We will continue to run our anti doping communications programme for all our junior players. In light of this case, the LTA has already started a review into the advice given to all our players regarding the use of supplements. [LTA 10.03.2004]
Extractions: Greg Rusedski 2001 win-loss record# ATP Tournaments Played: 23 ATP Record: 36-22 Tournament Titles: 1 (Sybase Open) Hardcourt Record: 21-12 Carpet Record: 5-3 Clay Record: 3-4 Grass Record: 9-3 Overall Record (including non-ATP events): 38-22 (X) - Does not officially count as a loss TOURNAMENT SURFACE RD OPPONENT W/L SCORE AAPT Championships Hard 1 Tim Henman L 2-6, 6-7 Heineken Open Hard 1 Mark Nielsen W 6-4, 6-4 2 Byron Black W 6-1, 7-6 QF Stefan Koubek W 6-2, 5-7, 7-5 SF Francisco Clavet L 3-6, 2-6 Australian Open Hard 1 Marcos Ondruska W 3-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-2 2 Gustavo Kuerten W 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 9-7 3 Lars Burgsmuller W 6-1, 6-2, 6-1 4 Arnaud Clement L 3-6, 2-6, 5-7 Milan Indoors Carpet 1 Gianluca Pozzi W 6-1, 7-5 2 Marc Rosset W 6-3, 1-0, retired QF
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Extractions: Virgin Net Last Updated: 3rd June 2004 Contact Us Greg playing at Surbiton Greg is into the second round of the Surbiton Challenger. He defeated Australian Todd Reid 7-6(4) 6-3. He now plays Hyung-Taik Lee of Korea. Greg hopes to get plenty of match practice in the run up to Wimbledon, and is likely to play at Queen's and Nottingham. This site is the place for the latest news, pictures and information about Greg, so come and find out all there is to know about Britain's leading tennis player and sports personality. We are joined to the most popular Rusedski fan Message Board on the web so come and visit our forum and leave a message about Greg or Tim and talk to other fans!! We hope you enjoy the site!!
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Extractions: The Greg Rusedski Fan Page Biography A Biography of Greg Rusedski The Beginning Gregory Rusedski was born on the 6th of September 1973 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His mother, Helen was an Englishwoman who left her native town of Dewsbury, Yorkshire with her parents at the age of four to go and live in Canada. His father, Tom, a railway worker, was originally German, with Polish-Ukranian parents, hence the Polish surname of Rusedski. Greg grew up in Montreal, with his brother Bill who was three year older, and from the early age of seven showed to have enormous liking and aptitude for the game of tennis. As he later admitted, the player, John McEnroe had been very influential on him as a child, and inspired him to play. "McEnroe was such a character, so gifted, with an incredible fighting spirit. That's what brought me into tennis."
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Extractions: An interview with: GREG RUSEDSKI MODERATOR: Questions for Greg. Q. You started very well, got out of the 15-40 situation, kept pressure on very well. Was that the kind of match you wanted, as quick as that? GREG RUSEDSKI: It was nice to get that match out of the way. Golmard can be a bit of a tough opponent. I think he was struggling a little bit with his fitness today. He can always be dangerous because he can hit flashy passing shots, returns. You don't want to give him too much of a target. For me, I was pleased to get that match, the first match, done, get ready for my next match. Q. You must be very pleased with your form. GREG RUSEDSKI: Yeah, I feel pretty confident. Last week was a big boost for me, I think. It was the first week where I felt really physically good. I felt even though I lost to Hewitt, I didn't feel I played the best tennis of my life. But I felt physically, my body was good, mentally good. I think that was a positive. Against Richard, that was one of the best matches I played this year easily. I feel like it's coming back. I'm getting there. I've got this week and the next two weeks to get at least a decent ranking for the end of the year. Q. The aces were coming in as well, service winners. That must have been gratifying for you.
BBC SPORT | Tennis | Rusedski Cleared British tennis star greg rusedski is found not guilty ofdoping following his positive test for nandrolone. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/3547917.stm
Extractions: Full text of the statements Greg Rusedski profile Greg Rusedski has been cleared of a doping offence following his positive test for nandrolone. The British player failed a drugs test for the anabolic steroid last summer, but protested his innocence to the Association of Tennis Professionals. "The verdict was clear and unequivocal," said Rusedski, who will hold a news conference on Tuesday. "It's an enormous relief for me and my family and I look forward to resuming my career." The tribunal statement said Rusedski had been cleared of a doping offence on the basis that there was "no evidence supporting such a finding". Rusedski's defence centred around the case of Czech player Bohdan Ulihrach, who was cleared of a similar offence last year.
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Extractions: Rusedski has struggled with injury British tennis star Greg Rusedski has tested positive for the banned substance nandrolone. The British number two confirmed that he had failed a drugs test, but pleaded his innocence. "In response to media inquiries, I can confirm that a sample has tested positive for a low level of nandrolone," he said in a statement. The 30-year-old, who could face a two-year ban if found guilty, will face a hearing in Montreal on 9 February. Rusedski added: "I shall attend and I fully expect to be found innocent. I do not and have not taken performance-enhancing drugs." The test dates from a tournament he played in the summer in Indianapolis during an injury-plagued season when he competed in only six tournaments. Rusedski loses in Adelaide He has only just returned to tennis after an absence with back, knee and foot injuries.
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Extractions: Michael Jordan, because of his consistency and greatness all the time. Tennis wise, I would say John McEnroe. I always loved watching him play, watching him compete and I just liked his style of play, serve and volley. He had a fabulous touch around the net and he had great hands so I think he was exciting. I liked to watch him, but he played such a different style from me, he took the ball early. The only thing I copy him on is I string my rackets as loose as he does, 47lbs, but he is a great great player. Why do you string your tension that low?