WTF Day 2

So I’m 1/2 on predictions, but I’ll take it. Andy Murray easily took down Robin Soderling 6-2 6-4. It looks like the home town advantage and the extra rest did Andy some good. Federer also scored a routine win over David Ferrer 6-1 6-4. That makes for David 0-11 against Roger and most likely was […]

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The Calm Before the Final Storm

Hi guys. So, I haven’t completely fallen off the face of the earth, but close to it. Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching and apparently that means tons of exams for this college senior. Luckily, this ridiculous workload coincides with some downtime in the tennis world. Anyway, things are heating up again next week and I’ll be […]

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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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Andrea’s Top Five…of the 2010 US Open

Best Matches 5. Kim Clijsters d. Venus Williams – These two have some serious history at the US Open, but Kim’s got a pretty tight hold over Venus. In 2005, Kim won a three set quarterfinal against Venus before storming on to win her first major title. Last year, these two played what I consider […]

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It’s Friday

You know what that means, it’s quarter finals day in Toronto. I feel like I just left the lovely city and all the big names were still confined to the practice courts instead of the stadiums, but that was already a week ago. A number of favorites have passed us by and we’re into the […]

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In Other News…

So, by now you all know that I spent the weekend in Washington DC checking out the quallies and a lot of practice sessions at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic. There were a few players I didn’t get to see this weekend because they were in the finals and semi-finals of other tournaments. Sam Querrey […]

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More Fun Facts: 7/31 + 8/1

I’ll be posting a more serious entry about my weekend at Legg Mason later today, but I wanted to share some of the little things I learned this weekend. Tomas Berdych and coach checked out the view from the POV rooftop bar before dinner. The three women standing next to them held out a camera […]

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Do I Really Have to Leave Tomorrow?

Hi guys. So, after a wonderful night’s sleep, I am over last night’s ordeal and had an amazing time at the tennis today. Qualifying play started at around 10am at the tennis center in Rock Creek Park. Unfortunately the spectators’ shuttle doesn’t start until Monday, but the hotel Acura service chauffeured me to the tournament […]

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What’s Up on Wednesday?

In case you really haven’t been following Wimbledon, or my blog, Wednesday is men’s quarterfinals day at the All England Club. If you’ve checked out the post below, you’ll know that the women’s quarterfinals were riddled with upsets. The only favorite to make it through was Serena Williams, who is now heavily favored to win […]

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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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