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    Great Tennis Journalism

    Well that was unintended, and I am sorry.
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    Great Tennis Journalism

    Why does a cop stop one person who speeds and not everyone? Coaching is the speeding of tennis. Everyone knows the risks and accepts the consequences.

    We’ll probably never hear from Ramos on this,...
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    I normally don't pile on journalists and editors in this forum, especially for minor errors, but Yahoo Sports should know better than to write this headline:

    Tennis: Federer 'Did Not Want to Face'...
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    It wa still a sloppily written and punctuated...

    It wa still a sloppily written and punctuated sentence, easy to misunderstand.
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    Funny, usually I'm the sensitive one. I think it's funny that she is so greatly irritated at what she perceives as the banality of Rafa's life and a persistent mischaracterization of him. (Or...
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    Feels like a long column to me. Observations, opinion, obviously someone's own slant on Rafa. They don't try to hide that. I assume the Times readers are familiar with the writer and thus that's the...
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    I'm pretty sure Roger is very fond of Andy Roddick as competition. Given a certain botched overhead in the 2009 Wimbledon final, I'd say Roger may have even gotten a tattoo of Andy's name, right next...
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    I love it when pundits say, as Cronin does in this article, that a player "is overdue to beat so-and-so." As though the universe sees to it that wins and loses balance out. If someone hasn't been...
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    Evil. And brilliant. I so needed a laugh right then, too.
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    Funny. Which more accurate - that statement, or the story's lead: "Thirty-two of the A.T.P.’s finest played at the Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport, Rhode Island, last week."...
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    oh, of course. Well, then that's just sloppiness, not poor tennis IQ.
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    What's the error? That the ties aren't over yet and the victories could be 3-2, 4-1 or 5-0?
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    I guess I have her on the brain thanks to those AmEx commercials.
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    And is that Diane von Furstenberg on the right behind Charlize?
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    More like Great Tennis Copyediting... from tennis.com today:

    Andy Murray (GBR) [6] def. Michael Llodra (FRA) 6-4, 1-6, 7-5, 7-6(7)
    This was on the verge of going five sets, but Murray recovered...
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    And I suppose Na Li is from Chinet?
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    Check out the spelling of Karlovic, too.
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    AP headline today: "Wimbledon to keep middle Sunday an off day." Which some editor thinks is more newsworthy than the CHANGES Wimbledon has announced, including equal prize money for men and women...
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    And who's Clooney?
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