Davis Cup Finalists Decided

We’ve come to the end of the weekend, which means the end of the Davis Cup semifinals. In case you missed it, the defending champions Serbia took on Argentina at home while Spain hosted France in a repeat of last year’s quarterfinal. Argentina def. Serbia 3-2 David Nalbandian def. Viktor Troicki 6-4 4-6 6-2 6-3 […]

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All You Need to Know: Davis Cup Preview

Tennis fans aren’t like regular sports fans. If you’re a baseball fan, you root for your local team, regardless of who plays for them. If your favorite player gets traded, you find a new favorite player. It’s all about the city and all about the team. Because tennis is an individual sport, fans root for […]

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Regions Morgan Keegan: Day 1 (For Me)

It’s already Day 2 for me here in Memphis and it’s quarterfinals day for the men. However, before I bring you live twitter coverage of today’s matches, and hopefully some more blogging, I wanted to recap a little bit of yesterday’s action. After four and a half long hours in the car (I’m a wimp […]

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Seriously Janko, Momochromatic Maroon?

I love Andy Roddick and I don’t care if you think he’s a tool. I don’t generallys ay I have a favorite tennis player. There are some players I don’t care for, for one reason or another and some I like mroe than lothers. I love great tennis and great personalities so an incredible match […]

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I Guess I Can Still Write About Toronto…

Even though I can’t be there, I’m still following the happenings at the Rogers Cup in Toronto. It’s actually been a fairly eventful couple of days. Don’t worry, all your top seeds are still in the game. The highest seeded player we’ve seen make an early exit is Fernando Verdasco (9.) All of the top […]

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