A liveblog of Jerzy Janowicz’ third round match vs. Nicolás Almagro at the Australian Open.
Welcome to another Live Edition of “How the Match Was Won”! Today we have an intriguing match-up between two lefties: Petra Kvitova and Laura Robson. There is a 4 year gap in terms of age between these two, as well as 45 spots in the rankings. Naturally, there is more of a gulf between them […]
A liveblog of Jerzy Janowicz’ second round match vs. Somdev Devvarman at the Australian Open.
A Liveblog of the Wozniacki-Lisicki Round One match at the 2013 Australian Open.
G’day, mates! It’s finally here! The Australian Open is officially underway!
As I either celebrate or grieve over my NFL team, the New England Patriots, making the AFC Championship game or failing miserably (pending results), I will be liveblogging all the action right here. My fellow Changeover writers, Lindsay and Juan Jose, will be providing an assist as we attempt to watch everything all at once.
Welcome to another LIVE edition of How the Match Was Won! Today we have a HUGE match in store: the fifth and final rubber of the Davis Cup final between Spain and the Czech Republic. Nicolás Almagro will battle Radek Stepanek, with one of tennis’ biggest prizes on the line. Stepanek leads the head-to-head 2-1, but Almagro won their most recent encounter earlier this year at the US Open.
Welcome to a live edition of How the Match Was Won! Today we have Tomas Berdych and David Ferrer, the Czech with an opportunity to clinch the 2012 Davis Cup for his home country.
Welcome to a another LIVE edition of How the Match Was Won! Today we have the sixth grudge match of the year between Tomas Berdych and Nicolás Almagro, with the Czech No.1 leading Almagro 4-1 in the year’s matches (the overall head-to-head favors Berdych 8-3).
Welcome to a special LIVE edition of How the Match Was Won! Since our US readers might be stuck in work for this Monday final, we figured that it might be a good idea to give folks a chance to follow along with the last big match of the 2012 ATP season, since Davis Cup […]
Today at the 02 Arena: bad scheduling has Federer and Del Potro squaring off first, even though the result of their match could render Ferrer-Tipsarevic meaningless. The first blemish on the otherwise impeccable scheduling throughout the week!
Here are the scenarios (as far as I can tell): If Del Potro beats Federer, he is in the semis, no matter what Ferrer does. However, if Del Potro wins in straight sets, he will win the group – if he wins in three, Federer wins the group. If Federer wins in two or three sets, he’ll win the group. If that were to happen, Ferrer has to beat Tipsarevic to advance. However, if by some strange miracle Tipsarevic wins….