Gratuitous Photos: Men and Babies

The tennis season may be a bit slow at the moment, but that gives us time to reflect on photos past. I give you a new segment which I will be calling gratuitous photos. This week on gratuitous photos, men with babies. @saramfoster has been an excellent addition to twitter this week, particularly because she […]

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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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Andrea’s Top Five…of the 2011 US Open

Best Matches 5. Samantha Stosur def. Maria Kirilenko 6-2 6-7 (15) 6-3: Samantha Stosur not only won her first Grand Slam title at this year’s US Open, but she took part in several very memorable matches. After her incredibly tight match against Nadia Petrova, Sam looked poised to make quick work of another Russia, Maria […]

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Matches to Watch This Monday

So, I’ve done a decent job of keeping up with this action at this year’s Wimbledon, considering I just started my new job, but I haven’t done a very good job of writing about it. The second Monday of the Wimbledon Championships is one of the best tennis days of the year. There are generally […]

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Indian Wells Photos

As today comes to a close, so does the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Novak Djokovic and Caroline Wozniacki hoisted the trophies and will continue on to Miami to try for the Indian Wells/Key Biscayne double. This was the first year I made the trek out to Indian Wells, and I couldn’t be happier […]

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Memphis Roundup Part 1

Since I’ve been absolutely dreadful at updating for the last week, I wanted to at least post the links to what I wrote about Memphis for TennisGrandstand. I learned a lot last weekend and the top of my list was definitely that working a tennis tournament is hard, much harder than being a fan. Between […]

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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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Top Ten Surprises of the 2009 US Open

***REPOSTED FROM MY PREVIOUS BLOG “LIVE AND LET DIGRESS*** ORIGINALLY DATED September 13, 2009 10. Marat Safin loses in the first round of his last Grand Slam event. *This wasn’t actually a surprise considering how he’s been playing this year, but I couldn’t let his retirement go by without saying something. People tend to forget […]

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The Giant Masters the Maestro

***REPOSTED FROM MY PREVIOUS BLOG “LIVE AND LET DIGRESS”*** ORIGINALLY DATED September 15, 2009 The US Open is over and the king of Flushing Meadows has been dethroned. For the past five years, I have been able to confidently watch Roger Federer dispatch a slew of final opponents to take home the title. So yesterday, […]

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