Khachanov’s Win

You and I both know that the GOAT bullshit is simply non-stop.  The Big 3 dominance has this thing on a constant boil. I think a lot of these "arguments" or "perspectives" are more or less the equivalent of hot air from the rear-end of Russsian bot-like trolls, stirring the broverbial pot. This here is …

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Why Men’s Tennis is No Longer Worth a Shit

What's it like to be a tennis fan today? If you follow this site, you benefit from some of that delicious draw analysis and match prediction based-off some insight on form, history, etc. Of course, the real beauty of this site revolves around the more original pieces that add perspective to the puppet show before …

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What 2018 Cincinnati Means

As I said in my post-Cincy Final post, the win in Cincy is huge for Novak on several fronts. I guess the two that stand-out are: A) this is everyone's favorite: that he has completed the Masters set, thus garnering him all kinds of praise and greatness; and B) that he really has confirmed his …

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The Fangirls and Boys Meet the Grinch

On court: Zverev comes back from 2 sets to 1, winning the decider fifth in a TB. In Brisbane. Among the rowdy Aussies. Big five-set win for the (still) young German. Off court: There is nothing like the sucking sounds the low-oxygen fangirls and fanboys emit while wrestling their resentment in the wake of a …

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Here I Go Again: My Tennis Crap Detector

Fuck the AO and the ATP. Beyond the injury issues that plague the sport, about which many are concerned; the money -- did you hear what Djokovic said at the players-only meeting? and other problems this tour -- and society in general -- deals with, the Australian Open, as we begin voyage on this new …

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Essay on Social Media (Kinda)

Is that title effective SEO? I somewhat come-clean with my parenthetical disclosure. Yeah, I have a sentence or two about potential ills of said industry/tools, but I take aim here, again, at some of the participants/tools who use these global conversational mechanisms. And good Thursday to you! A lot on tap today/night in Los Cabos …

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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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