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Lowlights and Faults: The Worst of Tennis – 2014

2014 certainly had its highlights. But here’s a look back at some of those less than stellar moments we’d like to forget. And yes, there’s a reference to a famous outburst from tennis in the above track if you listen long enough. Continue reading

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Le Rêve Polonais

To say it has been a week of unexpected drama at the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris would be an understatement. The event got off to a wobbly start after Roger Federer decided to bypass defending his title from last year in order to rest for next week’s ATP World Tour Finals. With Rafael Nadal already gone due to his knee injury, the hope, at least for tournament director Guy Forget, would be that Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray would provide enough excitement to satisfy the always fickle Parisian crowds. Continue reading

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