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Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer & the Dirt Debates: What Monte Carlo Means

Published: April 17, 2011

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There is, arguably, no better parallel in professional tennis than the picturesque, azure Monaco seaside and the hustling and grinding that occurs on the red clay at the Monte Carlo Masters. Both equally striking, equally beautiful—one enveloped in a shroud of calm, the other a whirlwind of furious activity. And just as the brilliance of the Mediterranean Sea will never change, seemingly neither... 

Tennis: Djokovic Downs Nadal for Miami Crown, Keeps Perfect Record Intact

Published: April 4, 2011

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A dogfight. A war of attrition. An instant classic. Call it what you will, Novak Djokovic‘s gutsy 4-6 6-3 7-6(4) triumph over Rafael Nadal in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open will go down as one of the Serb’s finest victories of his career. The three hour, 21 minute win extended the world No. 2’s season record to a flawless 24-0 (26-0 including Davis Cup). The final had all the... 

Sweet Vik-tory: Azarenka Slams Sharapova, Bags Second Miami Title

Published: April 2, 2011

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After watching Caroline Wozniacki patiently maneuver her way past Marion Bartoli in last week’s less-than-stellar Indian Wells final, I found myself in an inconsolable state. What is happening to women’s tennis? A sport that, 10 years ago, featured a slew of the most recognizable women’s athletes in the world? I’ve come to accept the Williams Sisters’ injury woes, Clijsters’... 

Australian Open 2011: The Ultimate Second Round Viewer’s Guide

Published: January 19, 2011

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Five Upsets to Watch MUST-SEE: Berankis over (27) Nalbandian: The 20-year-old Lithuanian packs a huge punch and spanked Aussie Wildcard Playoff winner Marinko Matosevic in straights. Nalbandian, meanwhile, played what’s sure to be remembered as one of the matches of the year against a dogged Lleyton Hewitt, outlasting the home favorite in five hours. Can Berankis take advantage of a tired Nalbandian... 

10 Awesomely Fabricated Tweets from Day 1 of the Australian Open

Published: January 18, 2011

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Proof that tennis stars are really, deep down, just like all of us: they still can’t stop themselves from sharing with the world every inane thought that pops into their heads on Twitter.  Here are the best thoughts from Day One of the Aussie, in 140 characters or less…**    CaroWozniacki: gisela couldn’t handle my moonballs today!! best number1 evrrr. #moonballs... 

The 11 Best Aussie Open Beatdowns From The Last 11 Years

Published: January 16, 2011

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If there’s anything I like better than a tightly-contested marathon or a classic Slam final, it’s a good ol’ fashioned bloodbath. A slaughter. An annihilation. Where a player goes all out in an effort to take their opponent to the woodshed. Just as the Australian Open has seen its share of classics since the dawn of the new millennium, it’s also been the scene of plenty... 

Five Myths the Australian Open Fortnight Will Bring to Light

Published: January 16, 2011

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With the first major of the ’11 tennis season mere hours away, we the fans know there are certain inalienable, business-as-usual elements that’ll be thrown into play under the Melbourne sun and lights. We know at least three of Roger Federer’s outrageous shots, along with a couple genteel quotes from a press conference, will be featured on ev-uh-ry daily highlight reel in existence.... 

2011 Australian Open Women’s Breakdown: Belgian Battle Looming

Published: January 15, 2011

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Poor, poor Serena Williams. Sidelined with a gimpy foot, steaming at her lost chance to snag yet another slam. Hell, she should have entered herself anyway. What odds would you have put on a one-legged Serena? Quarters, semis?  Without the younger Williams sister here to trample the field, opportunity is knocking more loudly than a Seles-Sharapova grunt-off. Considering the mass exodus of women’s... 

Fed for the Win: A (Perfect) Dissection of the 2011 Australian Open Men’s Draw

Published: January 14, 2011

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The draws are out, and get ready as all of those other lame Bleacher Report d-bags desperately try to woo you with their bold predictions–Ljubicic for the win! Harrison’s going all the way! OMFG GOTTA LUV RODDICK!! Yeah, I went out on a real limb with this Federer character…what a scrub. In all seriousness, I’m glad you came to the write place. I’m starting to win the... 

More Aussie Open Prep: Eight Teenagers Poised to Make Headlines in Melbourne

Published: January 13, 2011

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It wasn’t too long ago that prodigies ruled the tennis landscape. Many of the game’s modern legends celebrated extraordinary success in their formative years on tour – Chris Evert, Tracy Austin and Boris Becker all captured Grand Slams before the age of 20. Steffi Graf and Serena Williams beat opponents into submission to capture their first majors at 17. Michael Chang was the... 

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