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Federer Snags Spot in 7th Straight Final

Makes quick work of Haas, awaits winner of Murray-Roddick

(Newser) - Roger Federer reached his seventh straight Wimbledon final today, beating Tommy Haas of Germany 7-6 (3), 7-5, 6-3. Federer won five consecutive titles at the All England Club before losing to Rafael Nadal in last year's final. At this year's tournament, the second-seeded Swiss is trying to win his record... More »

No. 24 Seed Haas Cracks Wimbledon Semifinals

(Newser) - Tommy Haas continued his surprising Wimbledon run today, with the 24th-seeded German upsetting fourth seed Novak Djokovic, ESPN reports. Haas beat Djokovic 7-5, 7-6 (6), 4-6, 6-3 to advance to a meeting with five-time champ Roger Federer, a winner over Ivo Karlovic. British favorite Andy Murray is in the other... More »

Possible Poisoning at Davis Cup

German Haas' may have been drugged in match vs. Russia

(Newser) - The alleged stomach virus that forced Tommy Haas to withdraw from his Davis Cup match against Russia may have been something far more sinister. The International Tennis Federation is looking into allegations that the German was poisoned, based on comments relayed by a Haas teammate from a Russian who manages... More »

Haas Outlasts Blake

German wraps up 5-set thriller with 113mph ace

(Newser) - After squandering three match points, James Blake fell to Tommy Haas 4-6, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 7-6 in a fourth-round US Open marathon today at Flushing Meadows. Blake, the sixth seed, ran his record in five-set matches to 1-10 as the 10th-seeded Haas survived a challenge on the final serve of... More »

Haas Gives Up on Federer, Wimbledon

Abdominal injury forces German's third walkout from Grand Slam play

(Newser) - Germany's Tommy Haas withdrew from his match against Roger Federer yesterday, citing a torn stomach muscle. "I wonder if I am cursed," said the thirteenth seed, who has bowed out of two other Wimbledon tournaments under similar circumstances. Haas apparently sustained the injury during his defeat of Russia's... More »

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