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Van Sias is a professional tennis writer whose work has appeared in USA Today, The New York Times, amNewYork, AskMen.com, Tennis View Magazine and on various tennis websites. A career journalist, Van is also the creator of the tennis blogs Tennis Talk, Anyone?, now in its fifth year, and his latest, The Doubles Alley, which focuses on team play.
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Van, I enjoyed your previous article '5 Things Donald Young Can Learn..." as well. Have a great day.
I've just posted a story about the global evolution of tennis and the increasing popularity of the sport. I've put a lot of time and effort into it, and I'd be really grateful to get any feedback you have.
If you get a chance to check it out, that would be great.
On a side note, I've recently moved to Brooklyn from Queens, so hi!
Alright Van, sorry about that, I thought "the title of his career" is what you actually meant to say. It's been amended, but please do feel free to overrule if need be. AK
Roger Federer was pushed to the limit in round 2 against Gilles Simon. I've deconstructed his performance and evaluated why Simon was able to get back into the game. If you get a chance, I'd love to hear your thoughts.