Cincy 2017 Downgraded to ATP World Tour 500 Event?

Of course not. But the draw is missing: Federer, Djokovic, Murray, Wawrinka, Cilic and Nishikori, at least. So, let's see some of these young lads take-up the slack. We've already begun this discussion, previewed the younger field briefly, ahead of schedule. We're ahead of schedule at Mcshow Blog. The biggest hiccup in all of this …

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Do We Argue Enough?

You should sense that I am not exactly the warm-and-fuzzy type when it comes to communication, engaging in a meaningful conversation. Much of my commentary, points of discussion, or general input on the tennis world I hope can be described as having a bit of an edge. Of course, the occasional rant will often clarify this …

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Timeout: Let’s Burn Some Bullshit

Because we're on the web (can't deny my blog is on the internet, unfortunately), we get more or less tossed-in to this bath-house of points-of-view, some of which fail on several levels. However, the positives of the internet, I'm afraid, outweigh the negatives, which, granted, is a vague generalization, but you and I know I'm …

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Federer Routines Cilic for Eighth Wimbledon Title

You probably watched the final, at least heard about what happened or didn't happen. We could blame the blister, I guess. Quite unfortunate for the aspiring ATP threat with one major and one Masters. Cilic looked solid through the first four games, had the BP, missed, was broken in the next game, lost the first …

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Dear, Reader . . .

I could have thanked the couple of readers in my previous post as the subject came up about people appreciating my blog, but I thought I'd write a post thanking them and anyone else who enjoys the blog (loved the big boost in readership during the AO. . .stick around! 😀 First and foremost, cheers to all …

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