Federer Into Stuttgart Final & We’ve Got Tennis Schwag

Be honest: did you think the mention of schwag meant I'd gone ahead and created some Mcshow Blog schwag? More honesty: would you be reaching for your wallet? I'm going to take that as a double yes, which turns-out to be Kyrgios-like, given his eight DFs today in the Stuttgart SF v Federer. Mcshow Blog …

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Federer Opens Play at Stuttgart and Mcshow Marketing

Federer Opens Play at Stuttgart Federer did look a little rough despite some really nice play as well from both him and Zverev the elder. I was ready to refute a lot of the claims I heard today that sounded pretty cliché, with Federer back from his 2 1/2 month hiatus, getting his feet used …

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Mcshow Blog Update & Rome R32

Tough to believe it's been a year. A year since what? After all, we've been going strong on tennis since about this time of year 2015. Turns-out, I suspect, this is an interesting time of year. In terms of tennis and in terms of my availability to do what I really like to do. Last …

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Privatizing Mcshow Blog (Not)

Like I said, I'm not a WordPress savant, nor do I really fancy the glory of technology (though much of this digitalization of our triumph and tragedy -- of life -- is pretty cool!). I set the blog to private yesterday thinking that my followers would still, seemingly naturally, have access. That doesn't appear to …

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About a Week Out

I start work, another fall semester, next Monday, but this is only a casual coincidence (or is it?) that the year's final major about which we are fairly interested also takes-off and hopefully soars, lifting our imaginations (academic and tennis, to speak of at least two) to ever terrific heights, of which we will be …

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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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