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WTA Blog: The domination combination

Posted on August 13, 2012 in Miscellaneous Pro Tennis Talk

Serena is a force to be reckoned with

I thought I’d start off my WTA blog this week by saying that it’s a well-known fact that good things come in pairs. Socks, chopsticks, peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, Tom and Jerry, Bonnie and Clyde, Batman and Robin.. I could keep going, actually, but I won’t because my point is that there […]

ATP Blog: Has Murray joined the big boys?

Posted on in Miscellaneous Pro Tennis Talk

Andy's taking his game to another level and joining the big 3 at the top of the men's game!

It was “the biggest the win of my life,” Andy Murray said after completely dismantling Roger Federer to win the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics. With his recent Wimbledon run and Olympic gold, Murray has taken his game to new heights, and now has people wondering how much better can he get? Granted, he […]

ATP Tour Blog: July 2012 in review

Posted on July 30, 2012 in Pro Tennis Talk

It’s been a historic month of July on the men’s tour!  Wimbledon was epic, and set the stage of Roger Federer to climb back to the top of the men’s game.  We’ve seen a couple players reach personal milestones this month, and others climbing the rankings again trying to resurrect their careers.  And to top it off, the […]

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