Un prénom très particulier pour un petit garçon brésilien / A really unusual Brazilian son’s name

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Un brésilien fan de l’équipe de France de football a prénommé son fils Zinedine Yazid Zidane Thierry Henry Barthez Eric (pour Cantona) Felipe Silva Santos. Oui oui le petit garçon saura de qui tenir maintenant.

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A Brazilian fan of football soccer France Team named his son Zinedine Yazid Zidane Thierry Henry Barthez Eric (for Cantona) Felipe Silva Santos. Yes now the little boy will know about these French prestigious football names.

Eugenie Bouchard advances to Wimbledon final with win over Halep

La plus régulière cette saison en Grand Chelem, 2 demies-finales et au moins une finale si ce n’est j’espère plus. Allez Eugenie !!!!!
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The most regular female tennis player in this Grand Slam season, 2 semi-finals and a final at least but i hope more. Come on, go Eugenie !!!!!

Eugenie Bouchard reaches Wimbledon 2014 final, making Canadian tennis history

La plus régulière cette saison en Grand Chelem, 2 demies-finales et au moins une finale si ce n’est j’espère plus. Allez Eugenie !!!!!
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The most regular female tennis player in this Grand Slam season, 2 semi-finals and a final at least but i hope more. Come on, go Eugenie !!!!!

Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard advances to Wimbledon final

La plus régulière cette saison en Grand Chelem, 2 demies-finales et au moins une finale si ce n’est j’espère plus. Allez Eugenie !!!!!
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The most regular female tennis player in this Grand Slam season, 2 semi-finals and a final at least but i hope more. Come on, go Eugenie !!!!!

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WATCH: Canadian Eugenie Bouchard makes history closing out her semifinal match in straight sets to advance to Wimbledon final

TORONTO – Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard has advanced to the Wimbledon final after defeating Simona Halep of Romania 7-6 (5), 6-2 in the semifinal match Thursday.

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Bouchard has become the first Canadian to reach the women’s singles final at the All England Club.

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« I never say I’m surprised [about winning] because it’s been a lot of hard work, and it’s been years in the making for me, » said the 20-year-old from Westmount, Que., moments after her win.

« It’s tough work, but it’s what I love, I love working hard. »

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Bouchard makes history, reaches Wimbledon final

La plus régulière cette saison en Grand Chelem, 2 demies-finales et au moins une finale si ce n’est j’espère plus. Allez Eugenie !!!!!
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The most regular female tennis player in this Grand Slam season, 2 semi-finals and a final at least but i hope more. Come on, go Eugenie !!!!!

Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard can be a world No. 1 in tennis

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WATCH: Canada’s rising tennis sensations, Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard, are both one step closer to winning their first Grand Slam titles inspiring the next generation of tennis players to follow in their footsteps. Rob Leth reports.

The only Canadian woman to achieve a world top-10 ranking in tennis is watching Eugenie Bouchard’s run at Wimbledon with great interest.

Carling Bassett-Seguso was a world No. 8 almost 30 years ago. Currently 13th, Bouchard is assured of equalling that when the next rankings are released Monday.

The 20-year-old from Westmount, Que., became the first Canadian woman to reach Wimbledon’s semifinals with a 6-3, 6-4 win over ninth-seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany on Wednesday.

« I’m telling you she’s going to number one, » Bassett-Seguso told The Canadian Press. « I watched her play. I don’t watch too much women’s tennis to be honest with you. I watched that match and I was just blown away.

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