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Lightning Hockey Puck Drop Contest

Text MAGIC to 61873 starting Monday, October 10th through Sunday, October 16th to win 2 tickets to the Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers game on Tuesday, October 18th @ 7:30PM and an exclusive pre-game experience. The Tampa Bay Lightning will select a winner out of the entries on Monday, 10/17/2016 by 12pm to notify. (Click here for rules)

Sharapova could compete in some major tournaments next year

Maria Sharapova has something to smile about. It was announced Tuesday that the tennis star's two-year suspension for doping has been reduced by nine months.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Sharapova still "bore some degree of fault" for having tested positive for the banned substance meldonium, and it felt a 15-month suspension was "appropriate."

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So now that Sharapova can begin competing again in late April, there's a whole slew of tennis tournaments that can be penciled into her schedule.

The big one? The French Open, which starts in late May.

Sharapova won the women's singles portion of that tournament in 2012 and 2014.

She'll also be able to compete at Wimbledon. Sharapova has competed at this tournament 13 times, but only won once, in 2004.

And Sharapova can attend the 2017 U.S. Open — making January's Australian Open the only grand slam tournament Sharapova can't participate in.

As for her sponsorships, Sharapova might be able to pick up a couple that cut ties with her earlier this year, such as Porsche and watchmaker Tag Heuer.

In response to the court's decision, Sharapova wrote on Facebook, "In so many ways, I feel like something I love was taken away from me and it will feel really good to have it back. ... I am counting the days until I can return to the court."

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SeaWorld Orlando's Halloween Spooktacular Contest

This week, Chadd & Kristi are giving you the chance to win four tickets to enjoy SeaWorld Orlando's Halloween Spooktacular, happening every weekend at SeaWorld Orlando!

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Oktoberfest Tampa

The 7th Annual Oktoberfest Tampa is happening Friday, October 7th through Sunday, October 9th in Tampa's Curtis Hixon Park!

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All week long, Chadd & Kristi are giving you the chance to win four admission passes to enjoy Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park to enjoy all the spooktacular fun, treats, and more!

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Tampa Museum of Art Contest

This week, Keith is giving you the chance to win four passes to The Tampa Museum of Art!

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Magic 94.9 is giving you the chance to win a one-night stay at Walt Disney World's Swan & Dolphin, and dinner for two at Il Mulino!

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Oktoberfest Tampa

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Gong show: Strange noise unsettles Murray in U.S. Open quarterfinals

A bizarre noise during Wednesday’s quarterfinals of the U.S. Open led to Andy Murray’s downfall against Japan’s Kei Nishikori, as the No. 2 seed lost control of the match when a gong-like sound over the loudspeakers interrupted play. 

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Murray led two sets to one and had a break point in the third game of the fourth set, which would have given him a 2-1 lead. Murray seemed to be in control of the point when something that sounded like a loud gong rang from the speakers.

Umpire Marija Cicak immediately called a let and ordered the point replayed. Murray threw his hands up in disgust and immediately complained about the ruling.

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Murray dropped the next three points to lose the game, and then brought up the call again with Cicak at the ensuing changeover, saying something similar had happened earlier and play had continued.

“Exactly the same thing,” Murray said. ''And I told you.''

He also spoke to a tournament supervisor about it, pleading his case and saying, “That's not fair.” 

Murray would lose the next seven games, including the final five games of the fourth set. He would lose 7-5 in the fifth and deciding set.

“I could have won the match for sure,” Murray told The Associated Press.

U.S. Open officials later released a statement saying the sound was from a digital audio sound processor that malfunctioned. 

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