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Tennis legend Gardnar Mulloy of Miami dies at 102

Gardnar Mulloy played competitive tennis for 75 years, won senior titles until his late 80s and continued shuffling around local courts well into his 90s. During his illustrious career, Mulloy won five Grand Slam doubles titles, including a Wimbledon crown at age 43. Mulloy rubbed elbows with presidents, royalty, movie stars and the world’s best-known tennis players. He also was a lawyer, the University of Miami tennis coach, an author, and he served in the U.S. Navy in World War II, seeing action in Italy and North Africa.

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Vilma, Haslem, Evert and Ellis go into Miami Hall of Fame

Former University of Miami and New Orleans Saints star Jonathan Vilma, along with Udonis Haslem of the Miami Heat and Florida Gators, U.S. women’s national soccer coach Jill Ellis, and the late Jimmy Evert were honored by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Sports Hall of Champions Tuesday at Marlins Park in Little Havana.

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After victory, Djokovic prepares for finals

Top-ranked Novak Djokovic, who has not dropped a set in this tournament, defeated David Goffin in the semifinals. He moves on to the final, where he will play Kei Nishikori of Japan. Djokovic is going for his fifth title in six years.
Mario Mateo mmateo@miamiherald.com
After victory, Djokovic prepares for finals 3:39

After victory, Djokovic prepares for finals

Azarenka looks forward to 1:49

Azarenka looks forward to "really fun challenge" of final against Kuznetsova

After victory over Raonic, Kyrgios expects 1:33

After victory over Raonic, Kyrgios expects "great match" against Nishikori

Nishikori and Monfils duke it out in 1:42

Nishikori and Monfils duke it out in "most thrilling match so far" of Miami Open

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