Grand Slams

Some articles on grand slams, grand slam, slam:

Saeed Meer - Grand Slams
... He currently coaches at the Beach View Club, Sea View in Karachi, Pakistan. ...
List Of Major League Baseball Hitters With Two Grand Slams In One Game - Players
... Player Name of the player Date Date of the two grand slam game Team The player's team at the time of the game Opposing team The team against whom the player hit two grand slams Score Final score ...
Grand Slam (rugby Union) - Five and Six Nations Championship
... (before Italy joined in 2000), a Grand Slam occurs when one team beats all of the others during one year's competition ... The Grand Slam winners are awarded the Six Nations trophy (as tournament winners), but there is no special grand slam trophy – the Grand Slam is an informal honour ... Although the term grand slam had long been in use in the game of contract bridge, the first time that the expression is known to have been applied to rugby union was ...
Williams Sisters Rivalry - History - 2003
... win completed what has become popularly known as the "Serena Slam" Serena Williams became the first player since Steffi Graf to hold all four Grand Slams at the same time ... first player since Martina Hingis in 1997 to make four consecutive Grand Slam finals, and the sisters together became the first players in the open era to contest four consecutive ... This consistent play at recent Grand Slams led some to remark that the Williams sisters had a stranglehold on women's tennis ...
List Of Career Achievements By Roger Federer - Grand Slam Records - Pairings
2012 Wimbledon, Federer and Nadal have won an unprecedented 28 out of 37 Grand Slam titles (excluding 2003 USO, 2004 FO, 2005 AO, 2008 AO, 2009 USO, 2011 AO, 2011 Wim, 2011. 1 for 30 consecutive Grand Slams (2004 FO – 2011 Wim) ... From 2004–2010, Federer and Nadal have won at least 5 out of 5 Grand Slam titles for 7 consecutive seasons ...

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