What is Mcshow Tennis Blog?

This was Mcshow Tennis Blog.  I have been in the blogging world for about 10 years, writing about trail and ultra running and tennis, among other things.  You can find me here, thinking and writing about sports and culture – and yes I am focusing on tennis as this has been a huge interest of mine for a long, long time. I hope you enjoy my blog. If you want to contact me, either leave a comment or you can email me at mcshow@gmail.com.

Cheers!

10 thoughts on “What is Mcshow Tennis Blog?

  1. Hey guys

    Great site…!! We recently discovered through all the pre-race hype of the UTMB and been enjoying following all the insight, interviews, news etc since!!

    Any interest in a column in Go Trail magazine, would be great to work with you guys?! Let me know, be good to hear from you either way.

    Keep up the good work.

    James – Editor

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  2. Gentlemen, I shall call you that as its the way you come across through this blog. Your respect for the sport and its participants is enjoybale to read and I like the tag team way the articles are executed. It is indeed an exciting time for the sport and doubters will come and go. The long term fans and folk who get out there daily and improve their lives and the lives of others through running is what matters most. Keep the passion, integrity and discussion alive guys. Cheers.

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  3. Hi Matt, I’m a journalist and founder of The News Hub – and I think I’ve got a good story for your readers.

    I can see in your profile that you thank your Mum and Dad for getting you into tennis; we now have the research to back up this phenomenon and an interview with Jamie Murray explaining his mum’s influence over him and Andy.

    Here’s a possible headline: Jamie Murray says his mum was key to his and brother Andy’s tennis success, backing up powerful new research showing parents’ influence over their children’s relationship with sport

    Key stats:
    -74% of adults encourage their children into the same sports they played or are passionate about
    -2/3 of parents aged 25 – 34 influence their children to support the same team as them – the most likely age group to do so
    -46% of men influence their children to support the same team as them
    -Just 10% of parents encourage their children to win (perhaps why Brits often struggle on the grand stage?)

    Let me know if you want more info. I have a press release, infographic etc.

    Cheers,

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    • William,
      Thanks for stopping-by and for the suggestion. I am concentrating a bit more on the ATP competition, but I will keep this in mind as I love to write about the sport.

      Cheers.

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  4. Awesome. Do you want me to send you more details – press released, infographic, video etc.?

    If so, please send me your email address…

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    • You are interested in my readers? I really appreciate the suggestions; I’m just wondering what exactly you’re proposing.
      I do not get paid to write on my blog. . . yet. I am very interested in building this enterprise.

      But your “request,” though thoughtful and interesting, is confusing. Why do you want me to write about that?

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  5. Hi Matt,

    My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot.

    I would like to personally congratulate you as your Matt’s Blog has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 100 Tennis Blogs on the web.

    http://blog.feedspot.com/tennis_blogs/

    I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 Tennis Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!

    Also, you have the honor of displaying the following badge on your blog. Use the below code to display this badge proudly on your blog.



    ​Best,
    Anuj

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