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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Friday Funnies

I’ve finally arrived home after a long day of travelling, so here’s a late edition of Friday Funnies, all photos I took at Indian Wells this week. Happy Ivo! Angry Ivo. This photo isn’t actually funny, but the fact that Stan thinks those shirts are “the same” is. Robin Haase and his physio were both […]

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The State of the Union

Roland Garros French Open Tennis Day 5 2010 25/05/2010 Andy Roddick (USA) second round match Photo Roger Parker Fotosports International Next weekend the United States Davis Cup Team will head to Santiago, Chile in an effort to make it through to the 2nd round. Last year, the US lost to eventual champions, Serbia, in the […]

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Day 1 Update: The Short Version

So Day 1 of the Australian Open went mostly as expected. It was a day of domination on Rod Laver. Maria Sharapova was first up, winning quite easily over Tamarine Tanasugarn and looking in good form. While she had an easy time of it yesterday, I still have my doubts about her abilities against better […]

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Davis Cup Roundup

So, I haven’t written in a few days. It’s tough to write about tennis when the season starts to slow down. This week, there are tournaments in Metz and Bucharest and a few even smaller tournaments in all kinds of places. However, there has been some exciting tennis since the end of the US Open. […]

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A Saturday at the US Open

Even though Nadal was able to take care of Istomin in 3 sets, it was still about 1am when I finally got back to my hotel. I knew Saturday was going to be a very long day of tennis viewing so I decided to head to bed…oh wiat, that’s what I should’ve done. What I […]

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Everyone Loves a Cinderella Story

Last year we had Melanie Oudin. She was 17, kind of green and beating some of the best players on tour to make it to the quarterfinals of the US Open. America fell in love. This year, she crashed out in the second round and is now ranked below Bethanie Mattek Sands, not exactly what […]

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A Weekend of Tweets

I know a lot of people still don’t like to use twitter. I was very reluctant to join, but it’s become an excellent source of information about tennis players. I’ve got some followers now, but not nearly as many as read A Change of Ends. I think some of my observations from this weekend are […]

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So Canada and America Are Actually Different?

Ok, so I think I’ve officially started this post 10 times in my attempt to be witty; however, the exhaustion has set in and I’m pretty sure that my attempts at humor have only been funny to me. I think I’ll just keep it simple and give you guys a general recap of my weekend. […]

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Rained Out

Hi everyone. I’m exhausted from my trip back from Toronto, so I haven’t had time to come up with some interesting posts yet; however, I wanted to leave you guys with something good, so I put up my photos from this weekend. I’m sorry I couldn’t get more, but all the early practices were rained […]

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