French Open 2017 Aftermath Part II

To continue the thread from my previous post, Nadal has to be considered a favorite for The Championships. His form is too high and devastating to not be considered transferable to another surface, such as the homogenized grass, especially in the slower conditions during the first week or so. If one wants to certify the …

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French Open 2017 Aftermath

Are you all ready to move-on to grass? Wasn't the French terre battue quite the scintillating high none the less? Let's not get too used to these sorts of fireworks; let's truly appreciate what is going on here. How long can these "farewell tours" last, after all? The continuation of this story starring Fedal and …

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2017 Roland Garros Final Preview

We know pretty much the story of this final: Rafael Nadal has put himself into position to win La Decima. People have been talking about this for awhile, sure a bit last year when he seemed to be finding his confidence before pulling-out of the major mid tournament. The talk has gotten much louder this …

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Roland Garros 2017 Draw

The French Open draw is out and it looks like most of the other clay draws of 2017. Wawrinka and Murray in the top half and Nadal and Djokovic in the bottom half. The bottom seems to have more contenders, but this is clay, so you never really know. Tsonga is my guy to shake …

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