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It used to be a running joke when players won the first Grand Slam event of the year that they would be asked, at some stage in their post-match press conference, whether they thought they might be able to win the calendar year Grand Slam.
The Swiss star is just 25-1 with Sky Bet to win ten career Grand Slam singles titles.
Roger Federer took home five titles this season but he was unable to add a title to his Grand Slam collection.
The winning poet in the slam will be entered into the final competition to become a member of this year's 7 Hills Poetry Slam Team.
More substantively, slams raise hunters' awareness of lesser-known big game species.
Speeds Grand Slam bullet arrived to trump the Mag-Tip and eventually ushered it out.
ICT Slam Team member Danielle Phil Sanders stated, "There are no words that can express how poetry has healed me, changed me and transformed me.
Federer defeated Andy Murray in straight sets in last year s final to notch his 16th grand slam and quash doubts about his motivation amid his new duties as a husband and father of twin baby girls.
The sex slam is a postseason bonus event, because the 2010 slam team already has been chosen.
The game features authentic tennis motions and a Grand Slam Career mode, where payers can win all four majors.
The popularity of the Green Mill slams led him to New York City for the first slam in 1987.
The 27-year-old American is now halfway towards repeating her slam of 2002-03, when she last held all four grand slam titles, having won the US Open in New York last September.