1. French Open 2012: TK's Picks Day 11

    The tennis could not have been much better on the men's side Tuesday. A great day of action all around. I expect more of the same with the rest of the quarterfinals...

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  2. 2012 French Open: TK's Picks Day 10

    It was another wild—and a little wet—day of tennis on Monday. Conditions become heavy and the wind made it very difficult to play. Still, most of the top players made it through and I expect another wacky day ahead on Tuesday...

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  3. French Open 2012: TK's Picks Day 9

    Another great day of tennis at the French Open. There were upsets and some great matches. I expect more of the same on Monday. I went 5-1 with my picks and am now 47-15 for the tournament...

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  4. French Open 2012: TK's Picks Day 8

    So close to perfect. I went 7-1, only losing the last match of he day in my picks for Day 7. That takes my weekly total to 42-14. From here on out I will pick every singles match...

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  5. 2012 French Open: TK's Picks Day 7

    There were some surprises on Friday at the French Open. Will there be more on Saturday? I went 5-3 on Friday, taking my totals to 35-13. Here's my look at some of Saturday's top matches...

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  6. French Open 2012: Is This the Beginning of the End for Serena Williams?

    It was simply stunning to watch. I'm not afraid to admit that I never have and never will be a Serena Williams fan. I think she has terrible sportsmanship, and is a bad role model for kids...

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  7. French Open 2012: TK's Picks Day 6

    I had yet another great day with picks going 8-2 and taking the weekly totals to 30-10. The action on the court definitely picked up, and I think it will continue to do so as we get further into the tournament...

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  8. French Open 2012: TK's Picks for Day 5

    I finally had a great day with my picks, going 8-1 on Wednesday. That takes my tournament total to 21-8. Hopefully I can keep it up as we have another great day of action ahead on Thursday...

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  9. 2012 French Open: TK's Picks Day 4

    I bounced back in a big way on Tuesday with a 7-3 mark in my predictions. That brings my record to a respectable 13-7 so far. Hopefully, I will do even better with my Day 4 picks. No...

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  10. 2012 French Open: TK's Picks for Day 3

    Here's a look at the matches for Day 3 of the French Open. I was 5-4 yesterday with my picks; I will try to do much better today. No. 14 Francesca Schiavone vs...

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  11. French Open 2012: Victoria Azarenka Survives Scare in First Round

    The second day of the French Open definitely brought a little more drama, some upsets and quite a few close calls. Probably the biggest almost-surprise of the day was No...

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  12. 2012 French Open: TK's Picks Day 2

    Sunday was a good way to start off the French Open, but things definitely pick up with Monday's scheduled matches. More top players will be in action including, Novak Djokovic , Roger Federer and Victoria Azarenka ...

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  13. French Open 2012: Not Many Surprises on Day 1

    It was a somewhat quiet first day at the French Open. Things went pretty much as expected. However, there was still a bit of drama. No. 5 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga lost the opening set to Andrey Kuznetsov before rallying for a 1-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 win...

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  14. French Open 2012: Predicting the Men's Tournament

    I don't think there's any doubt that Rafael Nadal is the heavy favorite for the French Open. The reality is I can't see too many players having a chance at beating him...

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  15. French Open 2012: Women's Tournament Preview

    The French Open draw is out, and the women's tournament should be a doozy. There are plenty of contenders, and it appears two of the big favorites ( Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams ) could be meeting as early as the quarterfinals...

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  16. 2012 French Open: Things Will Be Interesting in Paris

    With the French Open less than a week away, I find myself getting unusually excited about this year's event. I'm not a big fan of clay-court tennis, but I've probably watched more of it this season than ever...

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  17. Game 1 Shows How Dominant Thunder May Be Against Lakers

    I know it's only one game, but I just can't see the L.A. Lakers having much of a chance in this series with the Oklahoma City Thunder . Everyone brings up the excuse that the Lakers were tired; well the Lakers did that to themselves...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 248 reads 1 comments

  18. Italian Open 2012: Rome Starts off with Solid Day of Tennis

    The Italian Open kicked off strong Monday. None of the really big names were in action, but there were still plenty of great matches on both the men's and women's sides...

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  19. Italian Open 2012: Predicting the Men's Tournament

    Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal couldn't stand playing on the blue cay, and it's no surprise they lost early in Madrid. Now it's back to the red clay in Rome, where there should be no excuses for the top two players in the world...

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  20. Italian Open 2012: Predicting the Women's Tournament

    The women leave the smurf-like blue clay in Madrid and head to Rome for this week's Italian Open. With tournaments in back-to-back weeks it will be a tough turnaround for some of the players who did so well in Madrid...

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  21. Serena Williams Shows Why She's Still the Best Player in the World

    Serena Williams showed once again that she's the best player in the world. Throw out the rankings. They say that she's the No. 9 player in the world, but there's no question when her heart and soul are into it she's the best...

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  22. Madrid Marquee Matchup: Maria Sharpova vs. Serena Williams

    The showdown is set. No. 2 Maria Sharapova will face No. 9 Serena Williams on Friday at the Madrid Open quarterfinals for what could be one of the best rivalries in women's tennis, Except that it's not a rivalry...

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  23. Madrid Open 2012: Federer's Experience Shows in Victory over Raonic

    Roger Federer showed that he's not going to let the blue clay slow him down. Federer rallied from a set down to defeat Milos Raonic, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (4) on Wednesday in the best match of the Madrid Open this week...

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  24. Novak Djokovic Squeaks by in Madrid Open 2012 Second-Round Action

    Novak Djokovic had a little trouble in his opening-round match in the Madrid Open Tuesday, but he battled through and got the win. The Serbian pulled out a 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 win over Daniel Gimeno -Traver...

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  25. Serena Williams Looking Extremely Sharp in Madrid

    So much for rust. Anyone who believed Serena Williams would be a little rusty (that would include me), can put those thoughts to rest...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 473 reads 2 comments