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Verizon FiOS TV adds WatchESPN for the Xbox

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(Best Syndication News) - Verizon FiOS TV customers can now get WatchESPN on their Microsoft Xbox 360 game consoles. Additionally, HD video of live broadcasts and events from ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, and ESPN Goal Line/Buzzer Beaters are accessible for Xbox LIVE Gold members. Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) made the announcement Tuesday.

The new addition will allow Verizon FiOS subscribers to watch popular ESPN shows, such as "SportsCenter," "PTI," "First Take," "NFL Live," "Baseball Tonight," "College GameDay," "Mike & Mike in the Morning," and more on their Xbox. Live sporting event broadcasts from the NFL, MLB, NBA, motor sports, soccer, golf, tennis, and more will now be delivered to the Xbox through ESPN.

AirTran Airways Sweepstakes to Travel to New York City to Meet Tennis Star

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(Best Syndication News) - AirTran Airways announced a sweepstakes that gives you and a guest a chance to win a meeting with professional tennis pro, Melanie Oudin in New York City. You can enter the drawing between 12:01 a.m. on July 19, 2010 and entering the for the sweepstakes will end on 11:59 p.m. on August 10, 2010.

If you win the sweepstakes, you will get roundtrip flights for two people via AirTran Airways to New York City. Once in NYC, they will have a double occupancy hotel room for you and your guest to spend four nights. They are also giving a dinner or lunch meeting with the Tennis star, Melani Oudin at a New York City desitination. They will also be giving the winner an autographed Melanie Oudin tennis racquet to take home as a souvenir. In addition to this the winner will also get a $100 Adidas gifr card and a $500 Visa gift card.

Geared up for the Australian Open 2009

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The stage is set or should we say the court is ready for the Asian Pacific Grand Slam. The first one of the 4 mega competitions that really matters to the game of tennis is set to begin on the 19th of January 2009.

And what an event it shall be – with no clear choices for the winners the speculations are high and most people betting for Andy Murray this time in the men’s singles category – the ladies side too does not have any clear favourites. Sharapova has pulled out and Lindsay Davenport too has opted out because of her second pregnancy – that basically leaves us with the Williams sisters and the Serbians – Ivanovic and Jancovic.

The Williams sisters might have more than one trophy in their bags when they bid adieu to Melbourne Park after the Australian Open – they are a safe bet for the doubles as well.

The French Open Quarter-finals Tennis Tournament Update

The French Open Quarter-finals Tennis Tournament Update

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[Best Syndication News] The French Open has be advancing along as the quarter-finals are getting ready to begin this week. Serena and Venus Williams have not made it to the quarter-finals.

Ana Ivanovic advancing to the quarter-finals. She was last year’s runner up and has a good chancing of winning for the women.

Jelena Jankovic suffered from a shoulder problem. This has caused her problems during her matches, but she managed to get herself a place in the quarter-finals. Jankovic had a wrist injury that needed treatment during the medical treatment for a wrist injury during her second-round win with Marina Erakovic.

The French Open 2008 Tennis Tournament – Picks and Rankings

The French Open 2008 Tennis Tournament – Picks and Rankings

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[Best Syndication News] The French Open got off to a wet raining start, with some games being postponed.

The favorite picks for this year is Roger Federer for the men’s likely winner because he was winner of the Estoril and was also a runner-up in the Monte Carlo Nadal competitions. He has only won one tournament out of 8 for this year.

The pick for the women is tougher to pick because the favorite, Justine Henin is not participating. She quit just short of participating in The French Open. Only 25 years old, Henin is retiring from the sport. Henin has won the French Open four times. She said that the sport has consumed her life ever since she was a child.

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