Yash Malhotra commented on Roger Federer's Biggest Strengths Will Be Neutralized at 2013 French Open:
This is a pretty dumb article. Federer is the greatest tennis player ever just because he has not had a great season so far does not...
May 23, 2013
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Why exactly do you write about tennis? You clearly don't follow the sport, and have absolutely ZERO knowledge of it.
stop writing man. you suck like no one ever sucked before. this site should really have some quality check.
Stop writing about tennis! You offer no new insight at all but continue to use Nadal and Federer for the exact same kind of generic headlines for your reads. Someone who can't even answer Federer or Nadal on your sports bio probably shouldn't be writing about tennis. You might try watching tennis first.
Terrible article on "Bold predictions" for the Rose Bowl this year. Your 3 "Bold" predictions were that Wisconsin will turn the ball over more, Stanford will win and Stephan Taylor will rush for 150. Seeing as Stanford is favored that would make these predictions not "Bold", but "Safe" predictions. Looking back, all of your articles are poorly written and you should pursue a career outside of journalism and maybe give flipping burgers a shot.
Are you planning on issuing a "retraction" to what is probably the most epic failure of draft "journalism" of all time: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1165675-2012-nfl-draft-grades-teams-that-failed-miserably
I think you're an idiot and you should remove your name from the Oregon State article you just wrote, you troll.
Awww man thanks Patrick for responding back, even though you didn't have to. But yeah I knew you were not "dissing" Serena in your article. It's just I have read several articles about the challenge of other women when Serena is as "focused" as she has been since her 1st round loss at the French. Azarenka proved herself though & made Serena come up with greatness. Not many women on tour can say that here lately. Once again though, Patrick I enjoyed your article & all of your articles, keep it up ;)
Hello Mr. Clarke! I enjoy reading your articles, and I appreciate your take on sports. You have a nice angle on a wide range of topics. I was wondering though if you were going to post an article or a follow up to the Serena Williams article "Tennis Star's Reign of Dominance Will End at 2012 US Open"? I am still trying to figure out your full reasoning on that view that she would not win the US Open. Her record against the combined Top 3 (Vika, Maria, Aggie) is 22-3. So it leads me to ask Mr. Clarke, what did you think of the final & did Serena still have more dominance in her?
did you even bother to try and play madden? or are you just a sock puppet for EA? this is the worst edition of madden ever!!!!! boring repetitive are the nicer things yes game play presention are improved but this XP system is repetitive same practice mode for 20 straight weeks?!?! without ever seeing the field except as a holder!!!!!! i bet you played for 15mins then wrote the review.....if not than you are a socket puppet writer for EA
To Patrick Clarke. The article you wrote on July 30 about Jeremy Lin. You wrote "Lin took advantage of his time to shine in New York last season and made himself tons of money. Still, that won't change the fact that he is not an elite NBA point guard. He went undrafted for a reason, and now that the conditions around him aren't so conducive to winning, Lin will be exposed as nothing more than a serviceable NBA point guard, capable of sparking an occasional run." at the end. Be a responsible reporter, when the new season starts, and Jeremy Lin shows good result, either you write that paragraph on a piece of paper and eat it or STOP WRITING ANYTHING ABOUT JEREMY LIN IN THE FUTURE. All writers should be responsible for all BOLD predictions.