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Featured Columnist III for B/R and 18-times awarded as month's top tennis writer.
I have been a writer for over a decade and part-time freelance sports columnist. Articles have been featured in numerous media outlets including World Sports Magazine, CNN, and Tennis and Fitness Magazine through Apple's digital subscription.
I love to capture portraits of great athletes in those special or transitional moments, whether glorious or painful. I will occasionally experiment with ideas and various tones.
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Hi Jeremy, I'm looking forward to see your take on the just concluded US open. Didn't see your usual Monday article, hope it's coming :)
Sorry to bother you with a website matter again Jeremy - could you pass it on. Website is even stranger now, with larger names and half the posts/responses gone (from your recent article for instance) - if this is the 'new look' it's a bit pointless if you lose half the posts/responses isn't it? None of the other irritating 'quirks' I mentioned before have been dealt with either. The website is going from bad to worse it seems. Could you ask them to look into this? And why are we getting golfing articles on the tennis section?!
Hi Jeremy. What's the reason slam age is increasing today. We see more players post 25 in top 50 than younger ones. In 60s/70s, when Tennis wasn't so mainstream and minimal physicality, players played past 35 (Laver, Rosewell). But Around Borg/McEnroe, the age began reducing, teenagers starting to win slams, McEnroe, Evert, Navaratilova, Becker, Edberg, Sampras, Graph, Seles. Now with more physical game we assume their careers will be short, but 25+ are the players dominating current scenario. And its certainly not just because of big 4, as its similar in Women's tennis.
Another article can be WHEN and IF Nadal can recapture no.1 ranking again.
Yes, it will make sense just before USO.
Jeremy I was hoping for more of your articles yesterday to cover Wimbledon. By the way your Bold Predictions broke my heart, you had Murray losing to Dimitrov and it was agony to watch. Oh well look forward to your next articles. Cheers :)
Hey Jeremy. What do you think about Windy Condition Player article now that montreal is far away?
Not a problem, it was long overdue. I thought I already added you before but it turns out I didn't.
Looking forward to your next article.
Thanks for the link on Soderling Jeremy: I hadn't actually seen it, although I had read one on him developing new tennis balls! That is good news, although it sounds like a slow old process. But like he says, if Haas (who is older) with his injuries can do it, Soderling could well achieve it also. I certainly hope so. I know some considered him a little dour but I always liked him (and not just because he beat Nadal!).
Isn't Halep a mixture of Djokovic and Henin? She moves like Djokovic, takes chances like Djokovic, plays like Henin.