When If Meets Must

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When If Meets Must


If we can fight together, we must strive together

If we can play together, we must pray together 

If we can plan together, we must stand together 

If we can cry together, we must try together 

We must strive together, if we can fight together 

We must pray together, if we can play together 

We must stand together, if we can plan together 

We must try together, if we can cry together 

The future of man is built on a plan 

Of working together whenever we can

So “if” must stand so tall 

And “must” alone, cannot fall 

For together, forever we bring 

The best, the good of it all.

Poem by : James Weldon Lane 

Image credits : JuAn CaRLoS

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women’s Tennis champions : 28 Week 2013

Ball of Timelessness

VINCI OF ITALY

BEATS

TOP-SEEDED ERRANI

FOR PALERMO VICTORY

Roberta Vinci of Italy beat top-seeded compatriot Sara Errani 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 Sunday to win the Italiacom Open for the first time.

The second-seeded Vinci was broken in the first game but she broke back twice before serving out the opening set.

Errani, who won this tournament in 2008 and 2012, seemed to recover and raced into a 5-1 lead in the second set before levelling the match.

But Vinci stormed into a 4-0 lead in the final set and then held off the sixth-ranked Errani’s comeback attempt to secure her ninth career victory.

The win also ends a streak of five successive victories for Errani over her close friend, with whom she also tops the world doubles rankings.

HALEP

BEATS

MEUSBURGER

IN THREE SETS

TO WIN

HUNGARIAN GP

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Simona Halep won her third WTA tournament of the…

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Men’s Tennis champions : 28 Week 2013

Ball of Timelessness

MAHUT

DEFEATS

HEWITT

IN FINAL OF

NEWPORT

NEWPORT, R.I. — Nicolas Mahut certainly knows a little something about being on court for a long time. Judging by his smile, it was a lot better feeling this time.

The 31-year old Frenchman captured the title at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships on Sunday, beating Lleyton Hewitt of Australia 5-7, 7-5, 6-3.

Mahut, a 2007 Newport finalist and a wild-card entrant this week, won his second career ATP title. The other came at ‘s-Hertogenbosch last month.

Mahut lost the longest match in tennis history three years ago, dropping the fifth set to John Isner 70-68 at Wimbledon in a match that lasted 11 hours, 5 minutes. A display with items used in that match is located a few hundred yards away in the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

FOGNINI

RALLIES TO BEAT

KOHLSCHREIBER

AND WIN

MERCEDES CUP

STUTTGART, Germany — Fabio…

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