2015 Australian Open Rewind

The Australian Open closed up shop for the year last weekend in a rather mundane, chalky fortnight. This post isn’t exactly timely but I didn’t see much sense in posting yesterday in the shadows of the Worst Coaching Decision Known To Man(Trademarked). There were no titanic upsets nor any classic matches which had been routine […]
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2015 Australian Open Preview

WHAT: The Australian Open, First Leg of Tennis’ Grand Slam WHERE: Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia. Hard Court (Plexicushion since 2008) WHEN: January 19 – February 1, 2015 DEFENDING CHAMPIONS: Gentlemen – Stan Wawrinka. Ladies – Li Na (retired and will not defend). TOP FOUR SEEDS: Gentlemen–(1) Novak Djokovic (2) Roger Federer (3) Rafael Nadal (4) […]
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The Curse of Fed?

Earlier today, Stanislas Wawrinka won the 2014 Australian Open, beating out an ailing Rafael Nadal in the process of taking his first Grand Slam title. He also moves up to 3rd in the ATP rankings. In beating Nadal, however, Wawrinka also extended a streak that involves his compatriot, Roger Federer.
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Serena wins French Open; management team wins Pledge Week

Early Saturday morning here in the States, Serena Williams won her second career French Open title. Not exactly breaking news, we know. She is quickly approaching the stratosphere of All-Time greatest women’s tennis players, so another trophy in the case just adds to the legend. So does tweeting out photos of a handle of Jack […]
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