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US Open Tennis 2012: Andy Murray Destroys Error-Prone Tomas Berdych in Semifinal

Published: September 8, 2012

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His blown hat and racket thrown to the ground signaled that Andy Murray was about to start the downhill slide that would make him victim rather than big winner. Of course, the brutal wind was a third player, pushing balls aside and making conditions on one side of the court a dance with the devil. Andy Murray was being outplayed. Tomas Berdych was ready to assume the mantel of U.S. Open winner, with... 

Tennis: 2012 US Open Sees Ferrer, Berdych and Azarenka Likely Upset Winners

Published: September 8, 2012

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It is time to put the spectacles on and see if we can guess the outcome of this Saturday’s men’s semifinals and women’s finals at the US Open. On this Saturday, we have some barn-burner matches that may exceed the talent we have seen in most of the past US Opens. Favoring David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych and Victoria Azarenka today may seem as insane as picking the United States soccer... 

Tennis: Disappointing Donald Young Loses to Subpar Federer at 2012 US Open

Published: August 28, 2012

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First-round matches can be tough. Just ask Marin Cilic, who barely won a five-setter yesterday against Marinko Matosevic, an Australian who few know even in the tennis world. John McEnroe tried to go soft on Donald Young last night while he was being trashed by World No. 1 Roger Federer. McEnroe was once compared to Young, a comparison that was as inappropriate as it is dated. “Donald... 

Wimbledon 2012: Andy Murray vs. Roger Federer Will Be Match of the Century

Published: July 7, 2012

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When Andy Murray, the great British hope, meets Roger Federer, tennis’ always accurate Swiss watch, we will be witnessing the match of the century. Forget for a moment that Murray has not yet won a Grand Slam. Forget that Roger Federer is too old. Forget that the grass has slowed, making for greater excellence in ground strokes and rendering less meaningful what most tennis aficionados like more... 

Men’s Golf: Majors, the Waning US Presence and the Good of the Game

Published: April 11, 2011

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On a day at the 2011 Masters made for soft putts and great shots, Charl Schwartzel of South Africa, part of a huge international contingent, overwhelmed everyone with his sub-par holes in each of the final four holes in closing a brilliant final round. By the time Tiger Woods was a distant memory despite his improved play and tie for the lead, Schwartzel had captured the hearts and souls of everyone... 

Masters 2011: Woods, Mickelson and McIlroy Remind Us of the Human Side of Golf

Published: April 10, 2011

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If you have not caught the Phil Mickelson piece on TV yet, it is a must-see. So much there you may have forgotten. And the best part of the piece is his relationship with his wife. Smiling, faithful, embracing, warm, human and oh, so fragile. His wife almost staggering onto the golf course to embrace Phil at his Masters win last year after suffering from breast cancer at such a young age. Phil with... 

Masters 2011: Tiger Woods Shows Signs of Revival, but Youth Is Better Than Ever

Published: April 9, 2011

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Tiger Woods put on a show after a slow start on Friday. He was a winner again, stomping up the leaderboard with the same presence of yesteryear. Fearless, full of confidence. And it could continue. Of course, my view is that it will not. And the reasons and their seeds came in the early holes on Friday. While the Young Guns (Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler) were scoring well below par over... 

Masters 2011: Focus and Family Key Ingredients for Woods and Mickelson This Year

Published: April 6, 2011

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Phil Mickelson won the 2011 Shell Houston Open, where Tiger Woods did not play, by posting a tournament-record score of 20-under par. Tiger Woods lost the Farmers Insurance Open by 15 strokes, placing 44th. Mickelson placed second. Both normally played this course well, although at one time Woods seemed to own it. At the end of the Houston Open, the two players were interviewed about the upcoming Masters.... 

Tennis in the US: Association and Industry May Overstate Sport’s Popularity

Published: March 24, 2011

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There continue to be many tennis players in the United States. There are many tennis associations in the US, including the strong USTA. There are reports that the number of high schools with tennis has increased over the recent past. And from all appearances, tennis continues to thrive in this country. But there are few US players of any note in international competition. More importantly, a general... 

Roger Federer Loses to Novak Djokovic in Straight Sets at Dubai 500 Final

Published: February 26, 2011

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Roger Federer gave up after losing 6-3 in the first set. An early break for Novak Djokovic meant an uphill climb that Federer seems to be unable to achieve these days. The match ended similar to other recent losses. After Federer went up 3-1 in the second set, Djokovic seemed unbreakable after Federer missed an easy overhead smash in the next game. It was like so many mistakes recently—Federer... 

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