Tag Archives: Nole

The Three Minotaurs

Recently I was reminded of the myth of the Minotaur,  a fearsome creature of ancient Greece.  With the body of a man and the head of a bull, the minotaur feasted on human flesh in his Labrynth, a maze on … Continue reading

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Together in Paris

1 As we approach the beginning of the French Open, I find myself dominated by one question: How is Nole feeling?  I saw the footage of Rome, with Nole smashing racquets, swearing at the line judge (apparently) in Serbian (very … Continue reading

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Nadal d. Djokovic 7-5, 6-3

I didn’t wake up and turn on my computer until the match was over, so when I got to tennis.com I was surprised (pleasantly!) to see that Nadal had defeated Djokovic.  I read Pete Bodo’s racquet reaction and I was … Continue reading

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Unstoppable Force v Unmovable Object

At the end of The Dark Knight, The Joker tells Batman, “So this is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmovable object.”  I thought about that quote during the Oz final between Nole and Rafa, especially at the … Continue reading

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Chuck Norris Plays Madrid!

As many of you may know, Nole recently blasted the blue clay experiment and suggested that Chuck Norris come out and show him how to play on clay.  Wow.  Mind.  Blown.  There are so many possible jokes I don’t even … Continue reading

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Blue Clay and Madrid Tennis

1 Smurfette Hey Steffi Graf, that’s a great costume idea, but what are you going to do with the blue paint when you’re done?  Oh.   Oh my.  2 Predictions I don’t do predictions.  I don’t predict winners and losers, except … Continue reading

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ATP Book Club

A few days ago Querido Rafa posted a picture of Rafa reading a massive tome.  I joked that Rafa was skimming through Mastering the Art of French Cooking, because the book looks text heavy, he is in Monte Carlo. and he … Continue reading

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