Ten Things We Must Accept

Ten Things We Must Accept

No one is perfect; therefore, mistakes will be made and we must learn to forgive. Keep trying to do the best that you can. The sun will rise and set; thus, you can sleep and forget the trials and tribulations you encountered during the day and wake up the next refreshed and ready for a…

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Fourth Quarter ATP & WTA Champions

4th quarter champions

TOURNAMENTS CHAMPIONS CHENGDU OPEN Denis Istomin def. Marcos Baghdatis   3-2(RET) SHENZHEN OPEN David Goffin def. Alexandr Dolgopolov   6-4, 6-7(5), 6-3 CHINA OPEN Rafael Nadal def. Nick Kyrgios 6-2, 6-1 Caroline Garcia def. Simona Halep 6-4, 7-6(3) RAKUTEN JAPAN OPEN David Goffin def. Adrian Mannarino  6-3, 7-5 SHANGHAI ROLEX MASTERS Roger Federer def. Rafael Nadal 6-4,…

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Injury, The Other Opponent

Goffin an his knee injury

This year seems to be the year when more players than ever have suffered with knee injuries. Is it a result of poor conditioning or are players expecting too much of their bodies? With the improvement in technology, players are doing more with their shots and feel confident in being more aggressive in their style…

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What Is The Price For Being The Best?

Price of success is pain

Nowhere is change more evident than in the world of sports, perhaps it’s because everyone is watching and there is nowhere for the athletes to hide. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have been consistently at the top; Federer holds the longest consecutive reign as the number one player at 237 weeks.  Put that into perspective…

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Career High Ranking For Sabalenka

Sabalenka

WEEK: 11.27.2017 Aryna Sabalenka gets the mover of the week honors with her win in Mumbai. She won the L&T Mumbai Open as the number one seed by easily defeating Dalila Jakupovic 6-2, 6-3 to claim her first WTA title. The Belarusian has been slowly making her way up the rankings and came pretty close…

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