The FederPotro Saga and Tsonga

Tsonga should handle Pouille in the Austrian tennis tournament final tomorrow. But you never know. If Jo Willy prevails, it's his, I think, fifth title of the year. Holy shit! Go, Jo Willy (though I like that other guy's game, too, despite his sophomore slump). Federer should handle Del Potro tomorrow in Basel, but this …

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Fed: “pas assez” to this French Revolution

An autumnal 2017 French uprising is underway, my fellow Tennisians. On this eve of the season's final Masters, in picturesque Paris, some French tennis players have attempted an early siege of this final leg of the European indoors. In Vienna, Gasquet took-out first-round opponent Feli Lopez, but more significantly, the tournament's second-seed, and virtual hometown …

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Rafael Federer: Basel 2015

I was prepared to write a post in the event that Nadal overcame Roger today in Basel, explaining how the Nadal win and the reaction (morons sautéing their low tennis IQ in H2H bullshit) completes a perfect microcosm of the these two players' careers against each other.  The reaction would have been: Rafa owns Roger. …

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