1. The Most Underrated Aspects of a Champion Part 1: The Transition Game

    In conjunction with my fantasy tennis series, I am now introducing a second series involving what I feel are the most underrated aspects in cultivating a champion on the tennis court...

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  2. Fantasy Tennis: Crafting the Ultimate Player, Part 1: Forehand of Roger Federer

    In this 10-part series, I am going to delve into a bit of fantasy tennis. That is to say I am going to devise the ultimate tennis player. Imagine fusing the heart of David Ferrer with the serve of Ivo Karlovic and the forehand of Roger Federer ...

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  3. Davis Cup: Round 1 Results and Recap

    The opening round of the 2012 Davis Cup World Group Playoff commenced this past weekend. It marks the beginning of a yearly tennis tradition in which individuality holds no bearing...

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  4. Roger Federer: 20 All Time Best Shots from the Swiss Maestro

    During the span of his 14-year career, Roger Federer has concocted a "cookbook" of new shots. The most acute of angles, unthinkable dexterity, unprecedented racket manipulation, ...

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  5. Davis Cup Euphoria: USA Eliminates Switzerland from Davis Cup Competition

    After Roger Federer 's stellar finish in 2011, he was intent on utilizing the confidence gained from this end of season urge to propel him to monumental successes in 2012. Undoubtedly, Federer has the potential to achieve this...

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  6. John Isner Defeats Roger Federer in Four Sets in Davis Cup Shocker

    Coming in to their opening-round tie in the 2012 Davis Cup, the United States anticipated having to formulate a purely magical tie in Switzerland in order to defeat a formidable Swiss side that includes just Stanislas Wawrinka and Roger Federer ...

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  7. ATP World Tour: Top 5 Serves

    In the modern era, the advancement of racket technology has heightened the level of significance of serving. This pattern holds especially true on the men's side of the game...

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  8. Australian Open 2012: Top Five Greatest Men's Finals Ever

    The finals—the culmination of an entire tournament. The hopes of two players are riding on the outcome of a single match. Several hours will represent what is written in the record books forever...

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  9. Australian Open 2012 Results: 6 Biggest Shockers of This Year's Tournament

    The 2012 Australian Open was undoubtedly an up-and-down, emotional roller coaster for fans and players alike...

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  10. Australian Open 2012: Federer vs Nadal, What Each Star Must Do to Win

    The Blockbuster match is set. Roger Federer will square off against Rafael Nadal in the 2012 Australian Open Semifinals Thursday Morning at 3:30 a.m. US Eastern Standard Time...

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  11. Australian Open 2012: 4 Reasons We Can't Wait for Week 2

    The 2012 Australian Open presents the foundation for the 2012 tennis season How will the patterns and trends from 2011 carry over to 2012? Will Novak Djokovic continue his dominance ...

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  12. Australian Open 2012 TV Schedule: Top Men's Matches to Watch on Day 8

    Day eight has the upper half of the men's draw in action. Highlighting the day's affairs, both Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will take to the court looking to advance to the quarterfinals, joining both Federer and Nadal...

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  13. Australian Open 2012 Results: 4 Players We Can't Wait to Watch Immediately

    The opening week of the 2012 Australian Open has surely been memorable. This week of tennis has given us drama in a multitude of forms...

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  14. Australian Open 2012 Shocker: Sam Stosur Eliminated in the Opening Round

    A subdued and thoroughly shocked Aussie audience, speechless commentators and a deflated Sam Stosur described the scene following the 2011 US Open champion's opening round loss to Sorana Cirstea of Romania...

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  15. Australian Open 2012: 10 Reasons Roger Federer Will Advance to Finals

    Roger Federer is arguably the greatest player of all time. Sixteen Grand Slams and counting, possibly... And this is a big possibly...

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  16. Australian Open Day 1: Preview and Predictions of the Top Matches

    Day 1 of the Australian presents a slew of interesting matches. Federer and Nadal are both playing in the opening day of the first major of 2012, but a series of intriguing matches highlight the day's action...

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  17. Australian Open 2012 : Caroline Wozniacki and Stars Who'll Disappoint

    The 2012 Australian Open is now here. The biggest stars are convening Down Under all looking to capture the first grand slam title of the year. Many questions leave much to be desired...

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  18. ATP World Tour: Top 5 Racket Smashes

    In the midst of intense competition and struggle, tennis is undeniably a sport controlled by the rapid influx of ups and downs. The inherent will and desire that exists within players at all levels leaves plenty to be desired on the courts...

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  19. Qatar Final: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs. Gael Monfils Preview and Prediction

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will take on Gael Monfils in an all-French Qatar final. While this will certainly be less anticipated than a Federer-Nadal final, fans will certainly be in for a mouthwatering treat...

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  20. Detroit Pistons vs. Philadelphia 76ers: Preview and Prediction

    The Philadelphia 76ers ' record after 16 games last season was a paltry 3-13. Through five challenging road games, the 76ers have already matched their win total having played ...

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  21. ATP World Tour: Why Novak Djokovic's 2011 Wasn't the Best Season Ever

    Novak Djokovic 's 2011 was undoubtedly one of the best seasons on the ATP Tour in memory. The 24-year-old world No.1 brought an immeasurable amount of pride to his home nation of Serbia...

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  22. Top 5 One-Handed Backhands in Tennis

    The one-handed backhand is truly an art. Combining grace and precision, the one-handed backhands of some of the top pros are truly masterpieces...

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  23. Philadelphia 76ers 2011-2012 NBA Season Preview

    On Monday evening, the Philadelphia 76ers will open up their 2011-2012 campaign against the Brandon Roy-deprived Portland Trailblazers at the Rose Garden Arena. Tipoff is scheduled for approximately 10:00 pm ET...

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  24. ATP World Tour: The State of Men's Tennis in America

    If you were to ask the casual tennis fan to name as many American male tennis players off of the top of their head as possible, most would easily name Mardy Fish, Andy Roddick and John Isner...

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  25. ATP World Tour: Power Ranking the Most Vicious Forehands in the Game

    In this slideshow, I am going to rank the five most powerful forehands on the ATP Tour. Keep in mind, I am not necessarily saying that these are the best forehands in the men's game, simply the most powerful...

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