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Tennis: Henman loses to Croatian wildcard

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Henman loses to Croatian wildcard....

Tim Henman loses 7-6 2-6 6-4 to Marin Cilic in the first round of the Artois Championships at Queen's Club.....

What do you think of above sporting news item?....


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Henman will retire after Wimbledon. He will go out in the Q-F

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He has a better chance of getting to the quarter final of the Greyhound Derby at Wimbledon,than the tennis event.

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