Lindsay and Juan José watch Andy Murray destroy Julien Benneteau (and his jet) in Cincinnati
Lindsay and Juan José watch the Andy Murray – Julien Benneteau round of 16 match in Cincinnati. Hijinks ensue.
The Verdict: Jerzy Janowicz defeats Julien Benneteau 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the Rogers Cup First Round
A verdict on the Jerzy Janowicz-Julien Benneteau first round match at the Rogers Cup.
The Julien Benneteau Experience
One of these days he is going to kill me.
Six Matches in 2012 That Nearly Killed Me
Look, as most of you know my time as a tennis fan is primarily filled with angst. Though I appreciate them all, I’m not a member of the Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, or even Murray fan club. I tend to embrace the off-beat underdog, the hot-head underachiever, the scrappy veteran, or Agnieszka Radwanska. This means that the first week of Grand Slams for me are usually filled with heart-ache, tears, and multiple therapy sessions. My hopes typically lie with 250s, which means my angst never gets an off-week.
Lindsay’s 2013 Wish List
Last week Amy shared her five wishes for the 2013 tennis season. I mostly agreed with hers, but I have a few wishes of my own:
Changeover Music: Sexy Boy
And now for something completely different: the first installment of Changeover Music! Here we let loose on our dream of being the stadium DJs during tennis matches. Of course, nobody will hire us. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is playing Julien Benneteau in Paris today. Hence, we have to go with a French band, right? And why not […]
Julien Benneteau and the Curious Case of the Missing Title
You guys, Julien Benneteau is just awesome.
He’s awesome at tennis. When he’s on his game, the enigmatic Frenchmen effortlessly prances around the court, hitting winners at will.
He’s awesome at being dramatic. All Benneteau matches are like HBO mini-series. I’ve seen him shake hands with his opponent and take a bow after the second point of the match, yell at fans on the sidewalks through the fence and wind screens for being too loud, and sit on a match-time clock and refuse to move until an umpire changed a ruling.