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  1. 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 ...
  2. The Monday List! For July 28, 2008

    The Monday ATP Player:


    I’m sure there is going to be plenty of time for Rafa to pick up Player of the Week honors as the hard court season progresses. So let's give a tip of the Monday List hat to "Old 69". Continuing two odd 2008 ATP trends – surprise finalists in Masters Series hard court events, and the ...
  3. The Monday List! For April 7, 2008

    The Monday WTA Player

    Serena Williams

    The once and future Best. Female. Player. Gets serious again, and in the process sends her nemesis a message that the parade of quarter-final dump outs is over. Just as impressive, Serena levels her career head to head with Jelena Jankovic, the only current player that had a better than .500 record (5 matches ...
  4. 50 Tennis Memories from the PacLife Open: Pt. 2

    In case you missed 1-25, they can be viewed here:

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    26) Janko Tipsarevic can be hysterical. I wish he was a little less hysterical, and a little more focused on how important a hold is in the third set when you have just broken your opponent.

    27) Donald Young has a bit of an attitude problem. Feliciano Lopez has an even bigger attitude problem. ...
  5. 50 Tennis Memories From The Pacific Life Open: Pt. 1

    (Some random observations, compliments, and a little snark from my three days at Indian Wells. The whole 50 wouldn't fit in one thread, so I'll post the first 25 today, and then add 26-50 on Monday.)

    1) Philipp Kohlschreiber: I've gushed and cooed enough about him in another posting. Let me add one more thing. His game is beautiful to watch.

    2) I can’t say enough good things about Tamira Paszek. She came over to our chairs to thank us for watching her, and took ...
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