Monte-Carlo Final Preview

Another Monte-Carlo final for Nadal

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, Monaco  Men’s Semifinal: [1] Rafael Nadal (ESP) vs. [5] Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) Nadal had a 10-1 lead in their head-to-head; yet, Dimitrov has always challenged the Spaniard. The first set showcased why he has always been a threat to Nadal; however, the Bulgarian came into the match with a right shoulder problem…

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Education-another passion of mine

Education

EDUCATION: the Oxford Dictionary defines it as the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. It is also a body of knowledge acquired while being educated. Have you ever wondered why you believe and do some things? You cannot explain it; however, you feel driven, almost compelled to. I…

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Comeback victories, Thiem of the day

Comeback Dominic Thiem victory

Monte Carlo Rolex Masters, Monaco The theme of the day was comeback victories and it started with Dominic Thiem (AUT). The Austrian was in all sorts of trouble against Andrey Rublev (RUS). Rublev served for the match and was broken and never recovered. To add insult to his injury he double faulted on match point…

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Three Americans in the Semis

Johnson one of three Americans in the semis

Fayez Sarofim & CO. US Men’s Clay Court Championship, Houston [9] John Isner (USA) vs. [51] Steve Johnson (USA) They were tied at four wins apiece; thus, tonight’s match could have gone to either player. Understandably, with both players having a big serve, the first set went to a tiebreak. The first mini-break went to…

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