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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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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He’s Good, Eh?

Today, Milos Raonic made his way into the future of tennis. At just 20 years old, the Canadian won his very first ATP title in San Jose at the SAP Open. The SAP Open is one of the oldest events on tour and boasts winners like Andy Roddick, Andy Murray, Lleyton Hewitt, Pete Sampras, Andre […]

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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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Days 3 + 4: Still the Short Version

I always forget how sleep deprived I am during the Australian Open, so it appears I’ve missed a couple days of recapping. Anyway, last night all I could muster was an article on my hatred of Venus’ dress, so I figured I would at least make an attempt at discussing tennis today. First off, last […]

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