• TennisAnyone74

    There is no available content written by TennisAnyone74
  • Recent Forum Posts


    Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    That's really sweet.

    James7 Today, 07:58 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 AO Day 7 OoP & Discussion

    I assume Garbi's performance has a lot to do with Conchita Martinez, so all those who said Sumyk was the problem apparently were right. I wasn't sure,

    MeganFernandez Today, 06:54 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    Gilbert said it could definitely cause the ball to skid. I believe him. No ball tampering should be allowed. Seems pretty obvious.

    MeganFernandez Today, 06:52 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    I wonder how much sweat remains in a tennis ball after it is smacked with a serve that will propel it at 120 MPH.
    Unless you sweat olive oil, I

    ponchi101 Today, 05:20 AM Go to last post

    Re: Tennis Random, Random 2.0

    If they at least canceled the on-court coach visit I might at least consider it. But this is getting ridiculous.

    Drop-shot Today, 05:19 AM Go to last post
  • Recent Blog Posts


    Argentina. Five photos (4)

    A peculiar tradition in South America is that one of setting up small shrines on the sides of roads, where an accident has taken the life of a loved one. You can see them in almost all countries,...

    ponchi101 01-08-2020 05:12 AM

    Argentina. Five photos (3)

    The Ministerio de Obras Publicas (Ministry of Public Works, a common way in South America to designate the institution that in theory builds public structures) is located in a peculiar location. It...

    ponchi101 01-01-2020 03:14 PM

    Argentina. Five photos (2)

    New York city maybe prides itself of being the city that never sleeps, a place where everything is open 24 hours a day. The subway always runs, the hot dog vendors are always running. Money is being...

    ponchi101 12-27-2019 05:38 AM

    Argentina. Five photos (1)

    If you walk the business blocks of downtown Buenos Aires, you may bump into La Morada. It is a small indistinct locale, at least 75 years old, with an old wooden door that gives you no previews of...

    ponchi101 12-25-2019 03:14 PM

    Logbook to the middle ages. END

    I sit at the Nene Theresa airport. It is early in the morning and I wait for my plane to land, turnaround and take me back home. As I suspected, the Nene Theresa is clean and shiny but at this time...

    ponchi101 09-22-2019 07:55 AM