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Is Roger Federer’s Reign Over?

Published: July 1, 2010

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Roger Federer losing in the Quarterfinals at Wimbledon.  Now there’s a proposterous, unprecedented, and even downright silly idea. Or is it? Everyone who follows the game closely saw this coming.  I’ll let you in on a little secret… I saw it coming too.  Maybe those crazy, utmost fanatic Roger Federer worshippers—who upon witnessing the Swiss Superstar... 

Wimbledon 2010: Five Reasons This is Andy Roddick’s Year

Published: June 25, 2010

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It was a heart-breaker alright.  Andy Roddick lost in the most gut-wrenching fashion possible last year when his serve was finally broken while trailing Roger Federer 14-15 in the fifth set of the 2009 Wimbledon Final.  Many thought it was Roddick’s one final shove towards erasing his place in the game’s history books as a “one-slam wonder.”  Losing... 

It’s a Wash: Predicting a Winner at Wimbledon 2010

Published: June 15, 2010

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Going into the 2010 French Open, everyone knew who would come out the victor.  It was bound to be, a sure-thing, and anyone would have bet with full odds on the King of Clay to surmount the field at Roland Garros.  Tennis can be a very predictable, almost predetermined sport at times and sure enough, Rafael Nadal gave the field a thorough thumping.  He played absolutely... 

Rafael Nadal: Repeat of 2008 in Order?

Published: May 26, 2010

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It’s a common occurrence in the game of tennis. Blowing things out of proportion, that is.  And I admit I have been at fault a time or two. When a player slips out of form, succumbs to injury, posts a few bad results, is absent from the tour for any extended period of time, or just simply is out-of-character, everything seems to hit the fan. Past examples include those who wrote... 

French Open: First Impressions, Thoughts and What We’ve Learned

Published: May 25, 2010

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Two beautiful, sunny days marked the beginning of the 2010 edition of the French Open.  Shortly after 11 in the morning on Sunday, match play began. The first two days of tennis at Roland Garros did not disappoint.  Many questions were answered and others raised for the first time as the world’s best brought their best (for the most part) to Paris. Here are some things to consider... 

French Open 2010: Men’s Preview and Predictions

Published: May 21, 2010

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The French Open looms on the horizon. The classic red dirt and spring air of the Parisian Grand Slam Tournament at Roland Garros are just hours away, with match play set to begin on Sunday. Seeing Rafael Nadal tear through the clay-court season and make the game’s elite players look average at best on his most dominant surface has led many to believe that the outcome of this year’s French... 

Hey Wait a Second? Why Is Roger Federer No Longer Winning?

Published: May 9, 2010

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Roger Federer isn’t enjoying himself as of late.  Can’t blame him.  It’s kind of hard to enjoy yourself when you are the world No. 1 and you are losing almost half the matches you are playing.  Federer is doing a good job of hiding his disappointment, however, deflecting questions from reporters and experts trying to pry into his game, all the while the smooth-talking... 

Roger Federer’s Struggles Continue

Published: April 27, 2010

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At this time last year, Roger Federer was struggling.  He had smashed his racquet in frustration after early exits at Indian Wells and Miami while many questioned his ability to regain his winning ways and capture a record 15th Grand Slam Title. Federer remarked that he was glad the hard-court season was over, and he was looking forward to the clay-court swing of the tour.  And indeed he... 

The Rest Of The Grand Slam Season: What Could Happen

Published: April 13, 2010

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Predictions in the men’s tennis game haven’t changed much over the last few years: Nadal or Federer, take your pick. Maybe a surprise here and there at the Australian Open, maybe a new face here or there at the U.S. Open, but for the sake of change, here are some bold predictions for the remainder of the 2010 men’s tour.   2010 French Open The French Open goes to Nadal,... 

You’ve Got To Be Djoking?

Published: March 29, 2010

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The boos echoed, the sun took its usual toll on a player who is notorious for giving in to the physical stress of a match, and Novak Djokovic lost another one he “should” have won, because he is “supposed” to be the no. 2 ranked player in the world.  Heck, he is supposed to be pretty darn good.  After the match, Djokovic made some interesting comments, stating... 

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