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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Wimbledon Men’s Final Storylines

  There are several. Brainstorming these kinds of elements (adding to the overall perspective of the match) can help one see either a strategy or a theme that may help clarify the outcome - which is often coincidence. But there could be irony, logic, tragedy and beauty (emotion) that all come into play in such …

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Cilic and Federer Set 2017 Wimbledon Men’s Final

The only tennis I missed this morning was the first set TB of Cilic v Querrey and the third and final set of Federer v Berdych. I replayed the final frame of Fedych and learned via news source that Cilic let slip a 4-1 lead in that first set TB. His ability to regroup and …

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WB Eve of the Men’s Semi-finals

Roger I think covered it all here. He's been reading my blog. Sam is dangerous, so is Cilic and Berdych. I brought all of this to light in my QF preview and elsewhere. Also, Roger points-out, good luck to Novak and Andy getting healthy. In my Rant, I clarified how important player health is to …

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Wimbledon QF Preview and A Rant

Quarter Finals 1. Murray (3 set R16) v Querrey (5 set R16) My numerology is fantastic! Everyone who played a three-set R16 match raise your hand. You are going to win your QF match and advance to the SF! Congratulations! This is a conspiracy and we've let this one go a little too far. You …

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Wimbledon QF Preview – (In Progress)

Quarter Finals 1. Murray (3 set) v Querrey (5 set) 2. Cilic (3) v Muller (5) 3. Fededer (3) v Raonic (5) 4. Djokovic/Mannarino v Berdych (5) I will write this analysis tomorrow, but as you can see, based-on my sophisticated numerology, I can predict that Novak will win in 3 sets (follow the pattern …

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