Serena’s Quest For Twenty-Four


AUSTRALIAN OPEN: DAY 8 There is no denying it, Serena Williams is playing not only because she loves tennis but because she wants to break Margaret Court’s record at the majors. Court has 24 major titles and Williams would like to surpass that number. Her first real challenge came today in the form of the…

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Australian Open: Day 6


There were no real big upsets on day six. As the tournament progresses it is only natural for more seeded players to compete against each other; thus, some seeds will fall. Yet, despite the discrepancy in their seeding, some of the victories were not really upsets. [1] Novak Djokovic (SRB) defeated [25] Denis Shapovalov (CAN)…

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Who Will Shine In 2019?

November Shine

Will one or a few of the old guards steal the spotlight? Novak Djokovic sits comfortably at the top on the men’s side and very few seem to be able to challenge him consistently. Roger Federer, Juan Martin del Potro and Rafael Nadal are plagued by recurrent and lingering injuries; thus, I do not see…

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Osaka Defeats Williams For US Open Title

Osaka wins Indian Wells

US Open, New York Women’s Championship:  [19] Naomi Osaka (JPN) vs. [26] Serena Williams (USA) It was a meeting between the future and the past. Osaka is a young player (20 years old) on the cusp of perhaps a brilliant career versus a once dominant number one, who owns twenty-three major titles. History favored Williams,…

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