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This Week at The Changeover:
- Juan José saw Sufjan Stevens in concert, and wrote about what a unique experience that was.
- Amy captured GIFs of the hilarity from Federer’s Gillette exhibition match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Brazil. She also posted a GIF of Federer dancing with a mascot in an earlier match against Thomaz Bellucci.
In The Changeover’s inaugural #NeverForget week, we looked back in time to examine careers, matches, and tournaments that we wouldn’t normally write about during the course of the season.
- Amy, Lindsay, and Juan José kicked off our historically-themed week with a special Changeover Chat about their tennis memories. The fantastic comments from our readers made this quite a special post.
- Amy shared 12 YouTube videos intended to get you through this off-season.
- Lindsay profiled the great Dinara Safina, reminding us why hers is a happy story after all.
- Amy did a GIF-tastic post of the greatest set of tennis she’s ever seen: the third set of the 2011 US Open final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
- Lindsay and Juan José inaugurated our “Draw Back” series, by looking at a pivotal Grand Slam for men’s tennis, the 2006 French Open, through its draw. They found way more than they thought they would!
- Juan José wrote about a match he never saw before – but one that he wish he had: the 1990 French Open final between his compatriot Andrés Gómez and Andre Agassi.
In case you want to navigate our posts according to the categories we’ve set up, here they are:
- #NeverForget (5 new posts)
- Changeover Chats (1 new post)
- Changeover Music (1 new post)
- Fan Fare
- GIFstories (2 new posts)
- How the Match Was Won/Lost
- The Picks
- Player Profiles
- Social Media Studies
- Personal Reflections
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