Quick Take: Time for John Isner to Grow Up
By Lindsay on January 11, 2013
So, John Isner has withdrawn from the Australian Open. This is incredibly sad because he is the top American, I am a fan of his, and it’s of course sad when anyone is too injured to do their job. But it also leaves me wondering what in the world is going on with him. So […]
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#NeverForget: Fernando González Becomes Possessed by the Tennis Gods at the 2007 Australian Open
By Juan José on January 8, 2013
An in-depth look back on Fernando González’ masterclass against Tommy Haas in the 2007 Australian Open semifinals.
Posted in #NeverForget | Tagged Australian Open, Fernando González, Tommy Haas | 6 Responses
10 Things About the 2012 ATP Season You’ve Already Forgotten
By Lindsay on November 19, 2012
That’s it folks. No more ATP tennis for 2012. Challengers and exhibitions only. Having withdrawal symptoms already? Well, I’m here to help. I had fun looking back at the under-the-radar moments from the WTA season a couple of weeks ago, and so now I want to bring you 10 things about the ATP season that might have already slipped your mind.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Andreas Seppi, Andy Roddick, ATP, Australian Open, David Nalbandián, Florian Mayer, Grigor Dimitrov, John Isner, Kader Nouni, Marcos Baghdatis, Michael Russell, Ricardas Berankis, Richard Gasquet, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Thomaz Bellucci, Wimbledon | 9 Responses
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