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  1. Master Ace
    Master Ace March 14, 2013 at 9:39 am |

    Should have known that the USA would be featured as the winner of the week. Agree with the Fish one as he is returning from injury and his future is unknown. As far as loser, you gave out the stats on Ferrer in the preview so him losing to Anderson is not a big surprise.

    Little did you know that your hero of the week would win her 4th consecutive 3 set match winning over 2 Top 10 opponents in consecutive days. Good call. Speaking of Isner, I think he is missing Craig Boynton more than he(or all tennis savvy people) think. Also, he needs to talk to Courier, who was instrumental in his 2012 DC wins over Federer, Tsonga and Simon getting a final at IW in the process.

    Juan Jose,
    Muguruza in her first career WTA match defeated Zvonareva(9 at the time) last year in Miami enroute to a 3rd or 4th round finish so I am not surprised at her progess at IW. You touched up her matches with Williams Sisters.
    I have to give you a standing “O” for the loser of the week! Think WTA decided to go a different route with their TV coverage and went to a certain company(forgot name) that will do it uniquely. Will have to re-read that press release. EuroSport had the entire contract with the WTA in previous years and posters on tennisforum.com are/were concerned before 2013 started on how coverage is going to go. This has to be one of the worst (if not the one) decision that Stacey Allaster made since moving to the chair. I see why Larry Scott got away from the WTA and decided to be the Pac-12 commissioner, which he done well as he tries to expand the TV market for the West Coast.

    1. Tennisfan
      Tennisfan March 14, 2013 at 12:26 pm |

      What is with the broadcasting at Indian Wells this year hey? Sky sports are apparently getting a tonne of complaints coming through as they switched from Federer/Wawrinka to the Murray/Berloq match…it’s awkward that Britain doesn’t care about their number one as much as Andrew Castle or Neil Harman. Never change from a Federer match. There will be blood.

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