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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Double Fault! Pro Tennis Player Says Papers Give False Impression of His Accomplishments, Sues For Libel

British tennis player Robert Dee, 21, is suing the Daily Mail, the London Evening Standard and the Independent for saying he's a bad tennis player. In fact, they've said he's "the world's worst professional tennis player" for losing 54 matches in a row. That gives a false impression of his skills, he says. He's actually won 20 matches during that period. Read more here.

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