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The 2014 NFL season is upon us!
Now before you guys get on me for being a football-bashing-tennis-fanboy, I want to let you know that like most red blooded Americans, I am pumped! I’m probably more excited than the average enthusiast. I love watching it, playing it, drafting for my fantasy football teams (I’m in 3 leagues this year!), going to games up in San Francis, er, Santa Clara. I love me some football!
But I want to take some time to give tennis some due props. Because I love me some tennis too! If football is #1 on my list, then tennis is 1A. But football and the NFL are doing just fine without my endorsement (they made over $9 billion in revenue last year).
Football and the NFL are awesome but so is tennis, and in some ways, tennis is even more awesome:
1. Way More Action
If you’re watching tennis on TV, chances are good that you are actually watching a point being played out. According to an article by the Wall Street Journal, the average NFL game features only 11 minutes of action. That is 11 minutes in about a 3 hour broadcast. 11 minutes!
Are you the ultimate Rafa fan?!
If you are, then you probably already know about the TennisPic! app, and if not, you need to go download it now!
This app is loaded with images of the Spanish superstar! Everything from his humble beginnings, his life off the court, injuries, Grand Slams and more — this app shares all kinds of pictures of Rafa including throwback photos from his capri-wearing days to his handful of victories along the way to his rise to the top.
With over 200 images, quizzes, and stats there are even puzzles to enjoy and play — click here to find more info and download!
Download yours now and get ready to enjoy tons of images from Roland Garros of Rafa in action!
Play with heart,