At the Same Time . . .

He's so resilient, which is another way of saying what I said in that previous post. He recovers incredibly well, from difficult matches, from bad shots, etc. What's really funny is that in way he's the greatest we've seen. Youngest to reach #1 in the world, but more to the point: he has that strange …

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Two Things at 3-3 in the 3rd

Although Alcaraz and Ruud have similar total time on court during the fortnight, the Spaniard comes into this match with a lot of difficult hours fresh in his legs, so he, naturally, has some of that weighing on his chances here despite being an overwhelming favorite at the start. You see this fatigue in his …

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2022 USO Final

Another absolute head-scratcher masterpiece from the Carlos again. That drop shot on his first MP in the fourth set! Uhg. But Frances came-up with the goods there too, so I can't give Alcaraz too much grief. This SF wasn't nearly as taxing as the Sinner QF though I could be mistaken. I think the Spaniard …

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Djokovic Wins WB Brilliantly, Tragically

His tennis and management of a major final continue to be of the highest quality. Four WBs in a row, seven total. He ties Pete, about whom he quite often, including Sunday, speaks, referencing one of his first childhood memories of the game, watching the American lift his first WB title in 1993. Djokovic showed …

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