Cleansing out the noticee-bookay and Notes App from the 2023 Australian Open…
1. Novak Djokayovic is your 2023 Australian Open males’s champion, worthwhile the event for the tenth time, and tying Rafael Nadal Collectively with his Twenty second profession primary. This event was a testamalest to his powers of persistence and survival instincts. This title acquired here 15 yrs after he gained for The primary time. And, nearer to 40 than 30, he reprimarys On The peak of his powers.
2. Aryna Sabalenka is your 2023 Australian Open womales’s champion. And, rattling, did she earn it. She dropped no mannequins till The final and managed To save tons of her biggest efficiency for final. Sabalenka performed unflustered tennis in A 3-set insta-basic. We converse lots about her reconciliation Collectively with her serve. However what about her gsphericalstrokayes, crossing The internet with as a lot tempo as ever, but with extra constructed-in cushion? What an absolute triumph.
3. Is Elena Rybakina Definitely one of the biggest server in womales’s tennis? She reveryed her second primary final Inside the final three events, taking out The very biggest seed Inside The tactic. She launched it for seven matches and was The picture of poise in victory and defeat. No extra outer courtrooms.
4. Stefanos Tsitsipas was splfinishid for six sphericals, mixing tempo with precision, serving reliably (with out having to Depfinish upon his serve) and relishing the environmalest at Melbourne Park. Then he Bumped into Djokayovic Inside The final. In ancompletely different period, He is a adorned champion with an aesthetically interesting recreation. On this period, he Want to be marveling “What do I’ve to do to beat this man?”
5. Tommy Paul entered the toujourneyntifynt one spot out from being seeded. He gained’t have To fear about That Occurring as quickly as extra for A wright hereas. He is now a prime-20 participant. The two5 yr-previous American reveryed the semis worthwhile Pretty a Little bit of matches in Pretty a bit Of the method (out-grinding Alejandro D. Fokayina; outpowering Roberto Bautista Agut; out-vetperiodning Ben Shelton). He didn’t supply Djokayovic a lot resistance Inside the semis. However, nonetheless, what an event for him.
6. A decade Faraway from her final primary title, Victoria Azarenka rolled into the semifinals worthwhile 5 matches together with a victory over No. 3 Jessie Pegula. She then misplaced to Rybakina. At 33, she might by no means win ancompletely different primary. However she ought to take immalesse pjourney in her profession, her prolongedevity and her transformation from standoffish youthful star to sensible head.
7. A yr in the past a pair of Aussie wild playing cards, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokaykinakis gained the doubles, forming the backbone of The primary episode of “Break Level.” Tennis being tennis, the pair couldn’t deffinish their title….and so it went To A particular group of Aussie wild playing cards, Rinky Hijikata (former UNC Tar Heel) and Jason Kubler (former Sacramalesto refacetnt).
8. Low cost double Czech. You althought Djokayovic dominates. The Czech group Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova tookay the doubles title, their 4th straight primary in events They’ve entered.
9. Like early 90s Gwen Stefani, Brazil’s Luisa Stefani is accumulating buzz earlier than her inevitable emergence. The two5-yr-previous drew all types of reward Amongst The numerous tennis chattering class as she grouped with countryman Rafael Matos to wInside The mixtureed doubles, beating Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza Inside The mixtureed doubles final.
10. In the boys, Alexander Blockx of Belgium doesn’t simply wInside the sujourneyntify-appears-like-a-crypto-commerce but wins the title beating Learner Tien of Irvine (and USC) 7-6 Inside the third set.
11. In The womales final, a battle of Russians, as Alina Korneeva beat Erika Andreeva 7-5 Inside the third set. Colette Lewis has your end outcomes. In exactity she does.
12. An excellent tennis New Year’s rereply for us all, self included: give the wheelchair tennis extra considperiodtion. It’s An beautiful addition to The sport; the expertise diploma is outrageous; the againstories are as properly. The outcomes start right here.
13. The revelation of the toujourneyntifynt was, of course, Ben Shleton, the Floridian (with Indiana roots!) who was A college participant a yr in the past and a prime 50 participant right now. Lots To love about his recreation, starting Collectively with his lefty forehand; his sturdiness (dealing with biggest-of-5 simply nice) and his likcapability. This was Shut to An best toujourneyntifynt for him. He anshave beend A lot of questions. He leaves understanding tright here are nonetheless extra levels to crack.
14. You will Have The power to’t spell Rune with out “rue.” In case You are Holger Rune, do you recall this event For enpleasureing to your seeding (No. 9) and your hype and going 9 mannequins earlier than dropping one? Or do you recall this event foremost for squandering a 5-2 fifth-set lead, then two match factors, then a 5-0 tremalesdous-tiebreak lead, in your defeat to Andrey Rublev? The kid—and He is A toddler—Is 9teen. He Is primarily good. And might solely get greater. However what a bizarre Combination of maximal confidence After which tightness when it’s cdropping time…Similar theme, completely different verse. Sebastian Korda is so Fantastic. A pair of weeks Faraway from mannequinishing a match point as quickly as extrast Djokayovic (a feat that solely grew extra spectacular as friends struggled to even win video recreations), he beats Medvedev en Path to the quarters. Tright here, he retires with a wrist damage. What A mixture of pjourney and disappointmalest he Want to be feeling.
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15. Coco Gauff is like ice cream and pizza. Do you have to don’t like her, you’re The drawback. However We have to stcapability (to…New Balance?) out the optimism with A smart assessmalest: SHe is 18. SHe is professionalgressing tremalesdousbly. SHe is stampeding into the tennis future. Her goodest asset Might be her poise. And dropping to Jelena Ostapenko in spherical 4…is a loss that Should sting.
16. A sport resists critical remedy when it has rivalss that finish after 4 Inside the morning. More primarily, late matches have supplies influences on the rivals. Curfew time.
17. From the credit rating wright here-it’s-due dehalfmalest: the USTA takes An excellent deal of incoming slings and arrows, typically simplyifiably. However tright here At the momalest are 10 People Inside the ATP prime 50, this at a time when tennis has by no means been extra worldbroad. Just one (John Isner) is north of 30. Recurrented tright herein: Pretty a Little bit of video recreations, physiques, and paths. Some leaned on the USTA Higher than completely differents. However The maths is The maths. This was no fluke. Of The very biggest 12 seeds, 5 fell to People. However The very biggest two People each had disappointing events.
18. A lot of complaints Regarding The tv safety, A minimal of in America. Maintain in thoughts my apparent battle—working for a internetwork Which might have appreciated extra rights and was, primarily, outbid. However right here’s the deal: Tennis doesn’t price—although We will ask whether or not that’s an right reflection Of recognition, or a self-fulfilling professionalphecy. Spfinish yrs and yrs burying a professionalduct and alienating fpreviousecreases and rotting with unlookay ated battles and what do you anticipate? ESPN noticed tennis as A Stpricegy of goosing digital progress and ESPN+ subscriptions. Fine. It demanded exclusivity as An elemalest of its bid—no Amazon or Tennis Channel or completely different potential competitor Inside The mixture or on The beneathfacets. Fine. Particularly coming off yrs of Covid losses, Tennis Australia merely tookay the highest bid, collatperiodl damage or inventive comprofessionalmise or alienating fpreviousecreases be rattlinged. ESPN compounded factors by deciding To keep prices dpersonal and professionalduce the event out of Bristol.
At some diploma, That is all simply rational actors appearing rationally. This a media rights deal; not philanthropy or an practice in Nobility. However That May even be tennis being tennis: intransigent, territorial, brief-sighted, appearing to the detrimalest of The sport genperiodl. As I wrote final week, A lot of the blame right here falls on Tennis Australia, not ESPN. The apparent reply: The vfinishor places up some guardrails. “Hey, lookay, purchaser, we’d love So as that you merely can reduce that lookay at. However We’re making some calls for. Until streaming grows, tright here On A daily basis Should be linear T.V. safety. We’d like your group on The beneathfacet And by no means bleary-eyed in Bristol. We’re coming off this bump with Netflix and now we’re squandering that, making The sport so rattling exhausting To Search out and alienating fpreviousecreases. Assist us out right here. Your shabby remedy quantitys to sports activities-i-cide. And We will’t have blood on our palms.”
For no matter causes—beneathestimation of levperiodge? laziness? greed? misperception of how minuscule streaming numbers exactly are?—that didn’t happen. Tennis Australia acquired a fat lookay at. However I am marveling if Tennis Australia understands how a lot They’ve misplaced Inside The tactic. And the method damaging That is to a sport preventing extra sturdy than ever for bandwidth, exact and metaphorical.
19. It was but ancompletely different huge event For school tennis, led by Shelton, who was enpleasureing No. 2 singles for Florida a yr in the past and is now a prime professional (and a millionaire). And notice this announcemalest from the excursions. For A very Very prolonged time 17 yr-previouss have had A troublesome selection: go To school and hazard slowing or ruining their profession or go professional and hazard squandering a full-journey And 4-yr education. As guidelines have modified; as professions have lengthened; as school rivals improfessionalves….it’s Not a dilemma. And credit rating to Lindsay Davenport for this excellent point: the vibe from school tennis—using The gang’s power; accepting beneathdog standing; being A particular person wright hereas being An elemalest of a unit—has by no means been extra important Inside The professionalfessionals. When Shelton performed Aussie Alexei Popyrin in Melbourne, it Must have felt a lot like going to Knoxville or Tallahassee. And he wasn’t cowed.
20. It was a quiet scorching range season in tennis. Not A lot of teaching modifications. However notice that Donna Vekic tookay on Pam Shriver…and was Amongst The numerous final 5 recreationrs reprimarying Inside the draw. Typically correlation doesn’t equal causation. Other events recreationrs are rewarded for making outfacet-the-area hires.
21. The re-up from final week….Sure, sports activities are, inright herently bodily. Sure, accidents are An elemalest of the professionalplace. However this many? This early? This various? Already low on stars, the toujourneyntifynt loses Kyrgios, Carlos Alcaraz, Ajla Tomljanovic, and Paula Badosa earlier than the event—And completely different people are simply the Netflix principals—and Nadal by Wednesday. We don’t assume twice about pictures like this. Or that Sebastian Korda can break by way of and beat prime ten recreationrs….solely To go amethod with a cas quickly asrning wrist damage. We don’t understand how a lot dialog revolves aspherical converse of who’s healthful and who carries what damage into what spherical. Think about completely different sports activities confronted with this exactity pattern and, Rather than addressing root causes or investing in options, primarily shrugging and saying, “Pity. Good luck with A quick and full restoration. Hope to see you again on tour quickly!”
22. Think about you’re Netflix. You’ve invested hundreds of hundreds in a multi-half tennis collection. You launch in Australia. It’s one factor that almost every forged member had a disappointing event. Hey it’s sports activities. The unpredictcapability is An elemalest of the journey. However Then you undoubtedly have fpreviousecreases Inside the esdespatchedial U.S. market unable To Search out the matches? That sprimes momalestum Similar to a match as quickly as extrast Djokayovic. Netflix Want to be marveling, “Wait, what? What Sort of a self-sabotaging sport Is that this?”
23. If solely Tright here have been a recreationrs affiliation To deal with factors like accidents and commitmalests and match time starts….with out excursions and administration enterprisees That are battleed. The PTPA introduced its Players Authorities Committee and right here’s hoping the united recreationrs voice proceeds amplifying.
24. Maria Sharapova (paradoxically or not) raised an excellent point in Break Level: finishorsemalests Aren’t whOn they Was. Burned by lavishing hundreds of hundreds on recreationrs who not solely fail To fulfill professionalmise but fizzle exactly Because of said lavished hundreds of hundreds, fashions have grpersonal cautious and scaled again. You see Much extra prime recreationrs who Aren’t being paid to put on attire. Contracts are studded with efficiency-based mostly clauses. The wealth is extra cas quickly asntpriced than ever. (Suffice to say, Roger Federer’s Rolex deal Isn’t Jack Draper’s Rolex deal.) The good information: tright here are extra various alternatives than ever for recreationrs, and extra alternatives to take equity Instead Of money upfront.
25. The equal of a restaurant’s “gentle open,” the Aussie Open eased in mid-match, same-facet-of-the-courtroom teaching. And…it Did not have a lot supplies influence, good or dangerous. Didn’t change outcomes, as feared. Didn’t flip coaches into celebrities, as hoped. One lighter momalest: Inside the quarters, Tommy Paul appealed to his coach, Brad Stine, for recommalesdation on wright here Ben Shelton would serve. Stine made a “T” gesture. Shelton intercepted this intel, served broad, and The two recreationrs shared a understanding smile.
26. An monumalestal winner from the Australian swing: The United Cup. It ain’t good. It wants tweaks. However it leans into tennis’ asset hiding in plain sight: the power of each The lads’s And womales’s video recreations. It enriches the recreationrs. (Taylor Fritz and Jessie Pegula—anchors of the worthwhile U.S. group—each earned aspherical $800,000 for the week.) It’s a hell of an improfessionalvemalest from the ATP Cup. And with Davis Cup Inside the hospital (hospice?), the United Cup has a huge alternative to increase.
27. An acknowledgemalest of the Ukrainian recreationrs, Who’re enpleasureing—and dwelling—beneath unimaginable circumstances. Marta Kostyuk, Anhelina Kalinina, Kateryna Bandl, Dayana Yastremska. That they are worthwhile matches Is primarily quite distinctive. And right here’s Chris Clarey on Elina Svitolina. Think about the dissonance. You are in Australia, staying in luxurious lodging, and loading up on free sushi and enpleasureing For all times-altering money…wright hereas at house, it’s winter and tright here’s no warmth or Electricity….and wright hereas we’re right here: Karen Khachanov signed a digital acquired herperiod lens with a message encouraging Armalesia Inside the face of an Azerbaijan incursion. I went dpersonal this rabbit hole and, why aren’t we talking about this extra?
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28. Nick Kyrgios reveryed the Wimbledon final. At the U.S. Open, he beOn the deffinishing champion And up So far No.1, Daniil Medvedev. He stars Inside The primary Netflix episode. He is enpleasureing his house primary. He is the deffinishing doubles champ. And….then withdraws on account of damage. He flips 28 in a few months. You marvel as a lot if his reflip hinges on The ladstal influence as As in contrast with the bodily.
29. Mettle > metallic. You play two 5-setters, spfinish 10-plus hours on courtroom, And go to sleep after the pscorchingo voltaic has risen? Andy Murray had exactly The inright opponent for his third match, the regular Roberto Bautista Agut. However Murray leaves having anshave beend A lot of Questions on his sturdiness, his capability, and his want to proceed enpleasureing.
30. Jelena Ostapenko tookay out Coco Gauff and reveryed the quarters. Ostapenko doesn’t care what you—or opponents— Confacetr her. And this makes her All of the extra intriguing.
31. Diana Shnaider—the unusual participant submit-Agassi who despatched us scrambling for The biggest spelling of babushka—licensed, gained a spherical and tookay a set off Maria Sakkari, annoying her Inside The tactic. Can she exactly simply go and play school tennis now?
32. Really feel like we need some gspherical guidelines for talking about retiremalest:
a) Fan (and media) hypothesis is okay, even anticipated. Is Joe Biden going to run for re-election, Regardless of The very Incontrovertible exactity that he’ll flip 82 in 2024? Is The Fabelmans Steven Spielberg’s final film? Is Elton John ever going to tour as quickly as extra? Is thIs primarily Phillip Roth’s final e-bookay? The chattering class is entitled To take a place Regarding the professions of these Inside the performing arts, athletes included.
b) It’s not cool to ask an athlete Regarding their retiremalest plans. It’s an in the pastnizing choice. It’s An particular person choice. It’s an existential choice. (“Am I In a place to stroll amethod And mightbe by no means be Shut toly as good at somefactor as quickly as extra as I am at this sport?”) Athletes will revery and reveal this choice on Their very personal phrases. Not as a Outcome of they acquired a acquiredcha question at a press convention.
c) It’s deeply uncool for an athlete To hitch this dialog. When Alexander Zverev speculated that “Rafael Nadal will announce his retiremalest at Roland Garros,” it was a swerve throughout the median. And Nadal—who typically goes to good lengths to keep away from any confrontation—clearly wasn’t joyful.
d) It’s intolperiodbly uncool to demand, even foyer, that an athlete retire or that They’re (cliché alert) “tarnishing a legacy” by persevering with. Venus Williams has not gained A critical in 15 yrs. Part of her legacy is discovering achievemalest and pleasure and competing into her 40s. That’s not tarnishing, that’s sprucing. Particularly in A particular person sport, when tright here’s no roster spot being taken and no wage cap being eaten, play As prolonged as You’d like.
33. While We’re right here….new rule: all deffinishing Wimbledon champs must play on current courtrooms. Who wins when Elena Rybakina is banished to the hinterlands, enpleasureing her first week matches in outer Perth? SHe is humiliated and, rightly, indignant. (After the semis, she nodded to Drake and signed a digital acquired herperiod: “Started on Court 13, now we’re right here.”) The toujourneyntifynt misses An alternative To promote a star with primary bona fides—who will make an imprint on the event. This courtroom exile has the influence of diminishing Wimbledon and the which Technique of a Wimbledon title. Often debates over courtroom assignmalests are foolish—tright here are a finite Quantity of courtrooms and tright here are a finite Quantity of stons. However this one is extreme.
34. Can All of us agree that a) Russia was—and is— Inside The inright in its unprofessionalvokayed invasion of Ukraine, now almost a yr previous…. b) banning Russian recreationrs from Wimbledon was not an approfessionalpriate/influenceive current of objection and outrage…. c) withprimarytaining rating factors from Wimbledon was not an approfessionalpriate/influenceive retaliation by the excursions? Wimbledon acquired A lot of dangerous press and dangerous vibes, not least from the banned recreationrs. A lot of deserving recreationrs At the momalest are ranked decrease than They Want to be as a Outcome of they gained sphericals but not factors. And not a lot public opinion was smethoded. Hopefully, the Wimbledon draw is open to all in 2023; and full factors are awarded. We can/ought to professionaltest Russia and Putin Notably. However tright here are greater stpricegies.
While We’re right here…Because It is written: don’t go to the sins of The daddy on the son. However imagine being Novak Djokayovic, clawing again good will from The genperiodl public with worthwhile tennis and worthwhile public seemances. And Then you undoubtedlyr father is posing with fpreviousecreases sporting Putin’s “Z” picture. We are saying it as quickly as extra: the tennis is so exact; The genperiodl public currentation is riddled with unforced errors.
35. Shuffling dpersonal the boulevard of brokayen goals That is the qualifying draw….Since the good Mats Wilander as quickly as put it about failing to qualify on Melbourne, “That’s An extfinished Method to go To not make a primary draw.” Players who didn’t make it included Kristina Mladenovic (former prime ten participant; whose someevents doubles halfner, Caroline Garcia, is now a prime 5 participant); youthful Czech Linda Noskova (who beat No. 2 Ons Jabeur The primary week of the season); and Wimbledon second-week participant (but no factors earner) Tim van Rijthoven.
36. Weirdest momalest of the toujourneyntifynt? Two choices spring to thoughts: Danielle Collins exubperiodntly celebrating match point when she gained her seventh point (not the tenth) of a tiebreak Inside the decisive set. An alternate selection: the ballbaby who made off with Nadal’s racket midmatch? For the doc: a) Collins smiled off her error and, to her good credit rating, reset admirably after assumeing she had gained. b) Nadal smiled as properly and was cautious To not embarrass the baby.
37. Much less lightcoronary heartedly….We typically jokaye that tennis towels are worth their weight in gprevious. Note how typically recreationrs lose (or win), shake palms, and immediately start accumulating the freebie towels to stuff Inside their luggage. Now the fpreviousecreases are getting Inside the act? Not if tremalesdoushero James Keothavong has somefactor to do with it.
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38. What A wierd yr for Daniil Medvedev. He comes within a set of worthwhile the 2022 Australian Open. However then falls to Nadal. He turns into No.1, However it’s The identical week Russia invades Ukraine. He beneathgoes surgical procedure. He’s banned from Wimbledon. He loses to Nick Kyrgios wright hereas making an try to deffinish his U.S. Open title. He loses right here to Sebastian Korda—with out worthwhile a set—and is now outfacet The very biggest ten.
39. Speaking of Medvedev, I had a probcapability To converse with him final month in Saudi Arabia. He was fairly. He On A daily basis is. He was tright here for an exhibition event with Zverev, Kyrgios, Fritz, Norrie, Thiem, Wawrinka, et al. (Ironically, Michael Mmoh was an alternate.) Meanwright hereas, Casper Ruud was traipsing aspherical South America, decided to take his right offseason in February. Never begrudge athletes—eparticularly in particular person sports activities with no assured contracts—The biggest to make further money. However notice which recreationrs tookay An right offseason (Sabalenka, Djokayovic, Shelton) and which Did not. And the method the members Of every group fared in Australia.
40. Five recreationrs who didn’t make it past spherical 4 but impressed nointernetheless: Jerry Shang (who, at 17, licensed And have become The primary Chinese language male to win a primary draw match); Daniel Altmeier and his one-handed againhand; Tomas Machac of the Czech Republic—They solely keep coming off the meeting line, these youthful Czech comers. Speaking of: Linda Fruhvirtova’s place Inside The very biggest ten is such an inevitcapability. We could simply place her tright here now and save time? Katie Volleyinternets has the recreation to match the identify. The Lafabutte, California native tookay dpersonal No.9 Veronika Kudermetova.
41. The areducee warmth was solely sporadically extreme all by way of this event. However till the plainternet starts to reverse itself And enpleasureableky off—and this trfinish isn’t On monitor—asking athletes to run aspherical in triple-digit warmth is sadistic. Asking fpreviousecreases and officers To watch in these circumstances is each dangerous and dangerous enterprise. We can have sprimehole options like a warmth rule and retractable roofs. However Finally, the rubber (melted Because it Might be) Goes To fulfill the road. Tennis would do properly to have some Sort of local climate plan. What occurs when It’s merely incas quickly asivable To primarytain January events in Australia; or August events in southern Ohio?
42. Credit Matt Roberts for calling this to our considperiodtion. However Ernesto Escobedo acquired here to Australia enpleasureing beneath the American flag…and left beneath the Mexican flag.
43. Tennis clap to Sam Stosur, a credit rating-to-the-sport type (and future Hall of Famer?) who performed her final event. And same for Sania Mirza, a trailblazer, now 36, who performed her final primary match….Inside The mixtureed doubles final.
44. Davis Cup Might Even be on a respirator. However it nonetheless, You understand, exists. Such Because It is, America has a captaincy vacancy to fill. David Nainkin and Dean Gpreviousnice—properly-appreciated and properly-revered, each—will lead the U.S. group in Tashkent subsequent month, but are interim leaders. For the everlasting submit, James Blake is an apparent selection. And he Can be an excellent, unimpeveryable decide. The USTA could furtherly do one factor completely out of character and off-mannequin and take a hazard. For kicks, I throw out the identifys Brian Billick, Chanda Rubin and Dirk Nowitzki. Brandon Staley subsequent time…
45. Neither Roger Federer nor Serena Williams performed the 2023 Australian Open. However this was The primary event with each retired. And….missed as they each are, it was scarcely a storyline, their identifys scarcely converseed about. This is all healthful. Life doesn’t sprime. Nor ought to it.
46. Owing to Covid, the 2020 Olympics was, of course, submitponed a yr. Which suggests the Paris 2024 Games are but 18 months or so amethod. The tennis Shall be held at Roland Garros. And also you marvel to what extent halficipation Shall be a benchmark/carrot for numerous recreationrs. Do you have to’re, say, Ricexhausting Gasquet or Gael Monfils And even Stan Wawrinka (who grew up A quick practice journey from Paris) might this Think about your plans?
47. Your periodic rethoughtser: foreign money markets have An limitless influence on worldbroad enterprises—Similar to, say, tennis. So the Australian Open can enhance prize money three %. However the Aussie greenagain could rise (or fall) in worth That quantity simply Infacet the 14 days of the toujourneyntifynt. (As I write this it’s 70 cents to the greenagain and 65 cents to the Euro.
48. Your periodic rethoughtser: The huge Four (plus Serena) are/have been extraordinary. We bandy Regarding these statistics….900 weeks Inside The very biggest 10. Three primarys in a yr, Forty 4th semifinal. “Hasn’t misplaced in Australia since 2018.” These are the outliers. Not The completely different primary champions, who flit Out and in. The arc of, say Muguruza or Medvedev or Thiem. They do not Appear to be disappointing or erratic. They are regular. It’s Nadal, Djokayovic, Federer, Serena (and Murray) Who’re the statistical freaks.
49. Thanks In your feedagain and blandishmalests re: Tennis Channel. It’s the David Ferrer of internetworks. Not All of the assets and weapons, but A lot of coronary heart and soul and industriousness.
50. Remannequining Margaret Courts Area “MCA” in hopes Of people forgetting thOn the eponym is a hugeot? That’s cowardice. Laura Robson saying this? Braveness. She’ll take us out….
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