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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Horse racing has always thrived on its romantic notions. The rich and famous might own most of the best horses but it is the success of the battlers that keeps the sport's heart beating.
As if being humbled by unseeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga wasn't bad enough, Rafael Nadal found out Friday that he might be confined to the back of the plane for his onward trip to Frankfurt.
B>SINGAPORE: /B>Singapore is one of the world's sporting minnows but the tiny South-East Asian nation has embraced its hosting of next week's vote on the 2012 Games as a golden chance to shine under the Olympic spotlight.
For Singapore, playing host to the vote for the 2012 Olympics might be the next best thing to hosting the Olympics themselves.