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The Architect of Accidents: Gilles Simon

Currently simmering at a plebeian #42, Gilles Simon seeks to rebound in 2011 from an injury-plagued season and reassert his status as a threat to the ATP elite. In response to a request from one of our readers, we discuss the Frenchman’s principal achievements thus far, trace the symptoms of his recent struggles, and outline several reasons to watch his deceptively understated game.While Simon first signaled his rise with a victory over reigning Australian Open champion Djokovic at the 2008…See More
Dec 5, 2010
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The Architect of Accidents: Gilles Simon

Currently simmering at a plebeian #42, Gilles Simon seeks to rebound in 2011 from an injury-plagued season and reassert his status as a threat to the ATP elite. In response to a request from one of our readers, we discuss the Frenchman’s principal achievements thus far, trace the symptoms of his recent struggles, and outline several reasons to watch his deceptively understated game.While Simon first signaled his rise with a victory over reigning Australian Open champion Djokovic at the 2008…See More
Dec 1, 2010
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Czech Him Out: Tomas Berdych

Responding to a pre-US Open request, we discuss this year’s surprise sensation in the ATP. Will the Czech bounce, or is he here to stay? Seven topics concerning the world #7 are explored below…1) What was the turning point?Having trudged through years of underachievement, Berdych looked ready to crumble once more when he handed Federer a match point in Miami by missing a routine…See More
Nov 30, 2010
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Oct 23, 2010
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Czech Him Out: Tomas Berdych

Responding to a pre-US Open request, we discuss this year’s surprise sensation in the ATP. Will the Czech bounce, or is he here to stay? Seven topics concerning the world #7 are explored below…1) What was the turning point?Having trudged through years of underachievement, Berdych looked ready to crumble once more when he handed Federer a match point in Miami by missing a routine…See More
Sep 26, 2010
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Back to Business: WTA Cincinnati / ATP Toronto Previews

Returning from our two-week “WTA vacation,” we were delighted to see that many of you were eagerly anticipating our next entry. Yet we were even more delighted to see that the Serbian Sleeping Beauty awakened in Cincinnati to overcome a recently revived Azarenka in a memorable three-set collision. Forcing herself to remain positive after a lackluster first set, Ivanovic steadied her emotions and mentally outlasted the blazing-tempered Belarussian, who twice failed to serve out the match. Two…See More
Aug 12, 2010
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Back to Business: WTA Cincinnati / ATP Toronto Previews

Returning from our two-week “WTA vacation,” we were delighted to see that many of you were eagerly anticipating our next entry. Yet we were even more delighted to see that the Serbian Sleeping Beauty awakened in Cincinnati to overcome a recently revived Azarenka in a memorable three-set collision. Forcing herself to remain positive after a lackluster first set, Ivanovic steadied her emotions and mentally outlasted the blazing-tempered Belarussian, who twice failed to serve out the match. Two…See More
Aug 11, 2010
A blog post by Sharapovanovic was featured

Two Sports in One? Tennis Live vs. on TV

After a prolonged sojourn in Europe, live tennis returns to California with tournaments in Stanford and San Diego. While we prepare to visit those consecutive events, we reflect upon a few of the most striking differences between the spectator experience on TV and at the venue. Be aware that these comments are highly subjective, so a different observer might leave a tournament with…See More
Jul 27, 2010
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Two Sports in One? Tennis Live vs. on TV

After a prolonged sojourn in Europe, live tennis returns to California with tournaments in Stanford and San Diego. While we prepare to visit those consecutive events, we reflect upon a few of the most striking differences between the spectator experience on TV and at the venue. Be aware that these comments are highly subjective, so a different observer might leave a tournament with…See More
Jul 26, 2010
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Standing Tall: John Isner

For this latest article in our series of player profiles, we have chosen a different format from the “five strength, five weakness” structure that we previously favored. Discussing the towering American, we address eight key questions concerning his past, present, and future:1) What did we learn from the Marathon Match against Mahut?From a strictly technical and tactical perspective,…See More
Jul 22, 2010
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"hey, yesterday I was in your blog and I was thinking of a new header for your blog, it will be almost the same but with the logos of the WTA and ATP"
Jul 20, 2010
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"I did not know you were registered here lol"
Jul 20, 2010
A blog post by Sharapovanovic was featured

5(+1) Plotlines to Ponder: US Open Series Edition

Spearheaded by American #1 Roddick, the fledgling Atlanta event initiates the US Open Series today. Similar to the “Road to Roland Garros,” these eleven tournaments (six ATP, five WTA) attempt to serve the dual purpose of affording players ample preparation for the year’s final major while creating a crescendo of enthusiasm among the sport’s followers. Despite the attendant pomp and…See More
Jul 20, 2010

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Czech Him Out: Tomas Berdych

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Back to Business: WTA Cincinnati / ATP Toronto Previews

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Returning from our two-week “WTA vacation,” we were delighted to see that many…

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Two Sports in One? Tennis Live vs. on TV

Posted on July 26, 2010 at 3:29pm 0 Comments

After a prolonged sojourn in Europe, live tennis returns to California with tournaments in Stanford and San Diego. While we prepare to visit those consecutive events, we reflect upon a few of the most striking differences between the spectator experience on TV and at the venue. Be aware that these comments are highly subjective, so a different observer might leave a…

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At 12:38am on November 30, 2010, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hope you've been well!

Hi! Since you've been one of our most active members, I want to tell you about a fun new feature of the site: Leaderboard Rewards. Make your way to the top 5 for the month and win free tennis gear from Midnight Machete! Check out the Leaderboard Rewards contest, and then track your progress up the boards here:
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At 9:53am on July 20, 2010, Lylux said…
hey, yesterday I was in your blog and I was thinking of a new header for your blog, it will be almost the same but with the logos of the WTA and ATP
At 9:47am on July 20, 2010, Lylux said…
I did not know you were registered here lol
At 1:49am on March 31, 2010, Katie said…
I agree with you. Agnieszka will definitely have to work on her self-confidence if she wants to remain among the top players. The good thing is that she has everything it takes to be a successful tennis player and I think that her game is more diverse and more interesting to watch than, for example, Wozniacki's. Agnieszka has an excellent drop shot:)

The Williams Sisters are like bulldozers. There is something about them that makes other players nervous:)
At 11:05pm on March 28, 2010, Mark / The Mayor said…
Sharapovanovic,
Thanks for joining the Tennis Social Network and posting your first blog. We love it. We have "featured" it on the site which means it will be on the Main page for a while at least until newer blogs push it downward - for our 25,000 members to see it. We will also tweet about it to our 1600 followers on Twitter.

Whenever you post a new blog here, please shoot me an email and I will feature it and do the same.

If you have any questions, please let me know.
Mark
 
 
 

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