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“Like the players that are recruited for Beane's experiment, Moneyball is not a grand-slam home-run hitter, but it does reliably get on base.”
“Anyone wanting a grand-slam experience of Gallic gastronomic grandeur won't do better than the glamorous dining room at the Hotel Meurice in the heart of the city.”
“Wozniacki is more certain about her immediate objective: a grand-slam victory to match her world No1 ranking.”
“Wozniacki is a much more likely grand-slam winner than Jankovic or Safina ever were, as well as being engaging and interesting.”
“Mr. Immelt : I defy any investor to say the plastics and insurance dispositions weren't a home run, a grand-slam home run for those investors.”
“NEW YORK Reuters - Caroline Wozniacki cruised into the second round of the U.S. Open on Tuesday with a 6-3 6-1 demolition of unseeded Spaniard Nuria Llagostera Vives, sending a signal that the world's top-ranked player may be ready to claim her first grand-slam victory.”
“They had played 150 grand-slam matches between them; it was Watson's fifth.”
“The match, in front of an enthralled audience on Arthur Ashe Court who were mainly pulling for Watson, followed Laura Robson's retirement win over Japan's Ayumi Morita, 7-6, 1-0, to advance to round two of a grand-slam event for the second time.”
“Historically, by the time we get to Episode 12, it is like a grand-slam race to the finish where... you know exactly what's going to happen and you just want to go along for the ride.”
“So far, victory in any of the four grand-slam championships has eluded him not so his brother Jamie, who won the Wimbledon mixed doubles in 2007; some even think Judy's constant presence, rather than encouraging him, is somehow holding him back.”
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