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French Open 2013: Serena Williams Provides Life Lessons to Us All

Published: June 9, 2013

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If you did not see or haven’t had a chance to watch a rebroadcast of the French Open women’s final, I would recommend doing so. What world No. 1 Serena Williams and world No. 2 Maria Sharapova brought to that court on Saturday morning was so much greater than the tremendous play they provided on it—especially Serena. As we’ve witnessed Serena over the years, we’ve seen... 

Scariest Faces in Tennis

Published: December 2, 2011

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The darkness of the night covered the moon. The air was thick and surely a sign of the evil that was lurking around every corner…OK…let’s stop. This is not the introduction to the latest scary movie. However, it is the introduction into a quick look at some of the scariest faces of tennis players, past and present. It’s amazing what happens during those passionate moments on... 

Serena Williams: Why Her Temper Will Continue to Haunt Her Throughout Her Career

Published: October 26, 2011

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Let’s take a couple of steps back in time. U.S. Open 2009: Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters face off in the semifinals. U.S. Open 2011: Serena Williams and Samantha Stosur face off in the final. What do these two events have in common? Unless you have been out of contact with all forms of information dissemination, you know that they involve two of Serena’s most talked-about episodes of... 

Roger Federer-Martina Hingis and the Top 10 Mixed Doubles Teams in History

Published: October 21, 2011

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By now, odds are you have heard that Roger Federer (through his team) has asked Martina Hingis to play mixed doubles with him at the 2012 Olympics. Mixed doubles was added to the Olympics as the fifth tennis event in 2009. Ben Rothenberg of SB Nation basically broke the story by accident. According to Rothenberg, impressed by how well Hingis was playing and his love for mixed doubles, he posed the... 

Petra Kvitova and the 10 Best Lefties in Women’s Tennis History

Published: October 12, 2011

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According to a New York Times article published earlier this year, only about 10 percent of the world’s population is left-handed. When you think in terms of the small microcosm of tennis in that respect, one can easily deduct that the number of players who are left-handed is quite small. To give some perspective, that same article also mentions that in the 125 years of Wimbledon only eight left-handed... 

Mardy Fish: Is He Now America’s Best Hope at Winning a Grand Slam?

Published: August 1, 2011

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There was a time in the not-so-distant past that there were obvious American male contenders in tennis.   People would and could easily say Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe or Pete Sampras was favored to win the US Open or Wimbledon. But in recent years, we have seen the definite contender list dwindle to some possible potentials. Of course, there’s Andy Roddick (who in recent years just does... 

Lleyton Hewitt and the Top 15 Australian Men in Tennis History

Published: July 19, 2011

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Tennis is a sport that is rivaled by few when it comes to how diverse the field is of athletes taking part at any given time in the many tournaments taking place around the world each year. In looking at the diversity, I decided to take on researching and developing this slideshow that will look at the top 15 players to have played or currently play under the Australian flag. I will present a snapshot... 

Wimbledon 2011: 10 Up-and-Comers Who Impressed at the All-England Club

Published: July 5, 2011

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As we all settle down from watching another great Wimbledon tournament, you cannot help but look back and think back on significant highlights that were memorable. There of course were the upsets of Venus and Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer. But, by the same token, there was an emergence of some surprise performances from some players that have been on the tour for a while as... 

Rafael Nadal and the Top 23 Left-Handers in Tennis History

Published: June 18, 2011

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As we are getting ready to watch some great tennis at Wimbledon, this slideshow will look at the best, in no particular order, when it comes to left-handed players. I have tried to mix it up a little by including both men and women as well as pre-Open Era and Open Era. There is a vast amount of information available, and you cannot put it all in the slideshow. So, they’ll of course be those who... 

Rafael Nadal: Who’s His Stronger Challenger, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic?

Published: June 9, 2011

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If anyone is not aware of the men holding down the top three spots in the tennis world, you have to have been living under a rock, as the old cliché goes.   We just saw a great showcase in the French Open.  For a while now, there has always been great discussion of the Nadal-Federer matchup or as it’s most commonly referred to: the rivalry.  Their French Open final received... 

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