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  1. Dry's 10 Favorite U.S. Open Moments

    #10. While standing in the men’s bathroom line by Court 13 before heading into Ashe for the Sunday night session, the guy in front of me became completely uncorked because he had to stand in line. His wife, who was less than earnest in being sympathetic, became completely dumbfounded when he pointed out, “But you weren’t the one who bought the tickets!”

    #9. Wandering accidentally into the Bremond/Garbin match, we decide to root for Severine ferociously. And her box kept looking at ...
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  2. Bad news for them. Good news for me!

    So I recently found out that I have a better chance at making the team this year than I thought. Last year only ONE guy graduated, and I know that we have at least one freshman coming who is amazing (he dominated a pretty good player on our team this summer at an Open tournament something like 1 and 2). I figured that I probably wouldn't have a much of a chance of making the Spring cut, but that I would make it past Fall tryouts and have a fun few months on the team.

    WELL...
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  3. Epiphany!

    AHA! Doctors practice medicine in the hopes of getting in right
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  4. The Monday List! For August 4, 2008

    The Monday ATP Player

    Andy Murray



    Who would have thought at the beginning of the 2008 season that, 2/3s of the way in, Andy Murray would hold more Master Series shields than Roger Federer? Or that he would be 2-0 against Novak Djokovic on hard courts?

    There was a lot to like about Murray’s play this week in Cincinnati – his ability to deal with ...
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  5. A #1 Ranking and a Nickel Will Buy You a Cup of Coffee

    Aug.2, 2008
    Earlier this week, both the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) announced that new players would ascend to the top of their computer rankings within the next two to three weeks. For Spain’s Rafael Nadal, unseating Roger Federer at the top - after Federer’s reign of 235+ weeks - is the result of five months of unparalleled tennis. He’s lost only one match since early April, and swept through the French Open and Wimbledon titles. For Serbian ...
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