The Backboard: The Walking Wounded Part 2, Jeremy “Double-Fault Whisperer” Chardy, and More
By Juan José on April 30, 2013
This week on The Backboard: further exploration into why top pros still show up at tournaments even though they’re struggling with injuries (hint: it’s the money). Plus: Jeremy “Double-Fault Whisperer,” Al Jazeera might or might not be interested in the Tennis Channel, Marc López doesn’t want to anoint the Bryans as the Doubles GOATs, Juan Mónaco makes fun of his good friend Rafael Nadal, and I compare my relationship with the Smashing Pumpkins’ “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” to “When Harry Met Sally.”
Posted in The Backboard | Tagged Janko Tipsarevic, Jeremy Chardy, Juan Mónaco, Rafael Nadal | 3 Responses
LiveAnalysis: Rafael Nadal vs. Jeremy Chardy in the Viña del Mar Semifinals
By Juan José on February 9, 2013
Live Analysis of the Rafael Nadal vs Jeremy Chardy semifinal at the 2013 VTR Open in Viña del Mar, Chile.
Posted in How the Match Was Won/Lost, Liveblogs | Tagged Jeremy Chardy, Rafael Nadal, Viña del Mar | 5 Responses
10 People Still In The 2013 Australian Open That Nobody Is Talking About
By Lindsay on January 19, 2013
Here are ten players who have been under-the-radar, but are into the 2nd week of the Australian Open!