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Andy Murray’s Retirement

I haven’t posted about tennis in a long time, mainly because I realized I had nothing of interest to say.  But today, I was saddened to hear that Andy Murray is retiring this year (possibly at the end of the … Continue reading

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Londoners Celebrating Andy Murray’s Win

I have been waiting a long time to do this post.  🙂 Needless to say, the mood in London over the past few days have been ecstatic.  Londoners have been eagerly celebrating Andy Murray’s triumph at Wimbledon.  Here are some … Continue reading

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Andy Murray defeats his inner Hamlet

Andy Murray, of all members of the big four, is the one who has always been most similar to Hamlet.  Both men were haunted by ghosts.  Hamlet was haunted by the ghost of Hamlet, Andy Murray was haunted by the … Continue reading

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Congratulations Nole!

Djokovic def. Murray 6-7  7-6  6-3  6-2 Nole becomes the first man to win 3 Australian Opens back to back in the Open era.  Congratulations Nole!  Well done!  I’m proud of you.   

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Andy Murray: US Open Champ!

Better late than never. 9 months ago, when I heard that Andy Murray had hired Ivan Lendl as his coach, I thought, “He’ll probably fire him in six months, just like the others.” I was wrong.  Again.  Which is fine.  … Continue reading

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C’est Sport part deux

Ok, I never took French in my life, so cut me some slack… 1 Gabby Douglas wins gold in the Women’s AA I already mentioned Gabby, but I have to mention her again.  Who’d have thought at the beginning of … Continue reading

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Nobody Puts Federer in a Corner!

A few weeks ago, I had a post planned, called, “Roger Federer will never win another Grand Slam.”  I wanted to post about how Federer was getting older, how Djokovic and Nadal would always reach the finals, how Federer would … Continue reading

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