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 World Group Playoff Recap

Last night I tackled the teams still in contention for the title, or at least most recently ousted from the competition. Tonight, we’ll take a look at the relegation ties. Sometimes relegation ties provide just as much drama as the World Group because countries often bust out the big guns in hopes of keeping their […]

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Wimbledon Reflections: Day 4

After what could only be considered an unfortunate day, I knew I could count on Wimbledon to cheer me up, or at least provide me with some entertainment. I used my lunch hour to sit out in the pouring rain at Rockefeller Plaza in NYC, where HSBC has set up a Wimbledon village of sorts. […]

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Dissecting the Draw

So, I have finally finished the copious amounts of work that stood between me and Indian Wells. On Sunday morning, at 6am (really 5 considering we turn the clocks ahead), I will travel from St. Louis to Denver and Denver to Palm Springs for six amazing days of ATP and WTA tennis in Indian Wells, […]

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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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Andrea’s Top Five…of the 2011 Australian Open

Best Matches 5. Marin Cilic def. John Isner 4-6 6-2 6-7 7-6 9-7: You can basically make any joke you want when John Isner is involved in long matches nowadays. I think we should seriously consider limiting him to five tiebreak sets, but I’ll leave that up to the powers that be. While this match […]

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Hopman Cup Part 2

I’ve been a little slack in updating you guys on the happenings at the Hopman Cup, so let’s recap now that we’re a little more than halfway through. Considering the time difference and the lack of reliable streams, I haven’t gotten to watch everything, but I’ve certainly been paying attention. Session 1: Australia (2) d […]

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So Let’s Recap (Most of) What Happened

I know. I know. I’ve been bad. I promised you a Day 1 Recap. Well, today you’re getting two for the price of one as I discuss some of my favorite (and least favorite) moments of Days 1 and 2. You’ll have to forgive me for being a bit of a mess. I just moved […]

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Wimbledon 2010 Preview

In just a few hours, my favorite two weeks of the tennis year are set to begin: Wimbledon. Unfortunately, I had to return back to the US after my trip to Paris and won’t be in London for this year’s Championships. In January, I had the opportunity to visit the grounds of the All England […]

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