Welcome to the fourth installment of your bi-weekly look into what people type in that pesky Google box and somehow arrive to our site. If you missed the first three episodes of this series, you can find them here.
As always, these are actual terms that people typed when searching on Google, Bing or Yahoo. Somehow, they were lead to our site. Let’s see what people have been up to in these past two weeks:
Let’s see … Hawk-Eye … competitions on various surfaces, umpires that sit in silly chairs … rankings that actually mean something … anybody have more answers?
Yes they do! Just look at this:
I … have no clue. Play a lot of tennis?
You use Google to see what they look like … and then realize that they don’t look very much alike.
I don’t know … do you?
They do? I had no idea!
Yes he did, given that he lost all of two games. A nice nugget: both the first point of the match as well as match point were decided by backhand down the line winners by one Rafael Nadal Parera. Who knew.
Is that you, Victoria? Weird question, since you were both at Madison Square Garden the other day.
Speaking of Redfoo …
Lindsay, get off the laptop …
The answer is already in your question.
The Paireover? The Benoitover?
I did not write about this aspect of Buenos Aires at all!
A child? RoDger? Seeve? Is there a video of this?
The entire David Ferrer Experience
Is this really a bad thing?
Lindsay … we all know this is you:
Is this a thing?
A pretty great definition of what The Changeover is:
Awwww … and SCENE!