1. Zultan's Fearless Forecast for Gridiron Glory, Week 9

    The Iowa Hawkeyes are proving to be Zultan ’s Achilles heel this season. For the past two Saturdays, the Z’s only misses have come because the All-Seeing One misread the signs concerning the Hawkeyes' success on the gridiron...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 2 years ago 524 reads 2 comments

  2. Week 8 of Zultan's Fearless Forecast: BCS Evicts Big Ten

    Hawkeyes and the Big Ten Set Adrift by the BCS.... Well it was bound to happen. Once the BCS announced itself on Sunday, the Big Ten disappeared from college football polls, as if by magic...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 2 years ago 931 reads 14 comments

  3. Zultan's Week 7 College Football Fearless Forecast

    Zultan was so close to perfection this past weekend, but LSU failed to hold off the Florida Gators, going down 14-6. That was the Fearless Seer's only miscue this past Saturday—ending 9-1 in Week 6...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 2 years ago 1,512 reads 4 comments

  4. Zultan's Fearless Forecast: Iowa, the Big Ten Plus the Top 25

    Oh, the humanity! Zultan came within nine points of perfection, deceived by a dyslexic tremor on the crystal ball surface causing the big Z an unfortunate case of number reversal...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 2 years ago 479 reads 2 comments

  5. Novak Djokovic Tops the Past 10 Champions at Indian Wells

    Things are definitely heating up on the men's tour as the players head toward the California desert and the BNP Paribas Open, a Masters Series 1000 Tournament...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about almost 3 years ago 1,630 reads 8 comments

  6. Roger Federer and Andy Murray Face Off in the Shanghai Masters Final

    Then there were two... It is quite a distance from the noisy, inevitably raucous fans down under in Melbourne to the slightly exotic, intoxicating tennis crowds of the orient assembled this week in Shanghai...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 4 years ago 590 reads 6 comments

  7. Roger Federer in Shanghai: Reloaded and Lovely in Lavender

    Robin Soderling is the No. 5 player in the world, but today he looked like a rank amateur as he faced Roger Federer in the quarterfinals of the Shanghai Masters. It was all over in less than an hour...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about 4 years ago 1,497 reads 27 comments

  8. 2010 U.S. Open Tennis: Wednesday's Quarterfinals, Playing Against the Wind...

    Action gets underway at the U.S. Open on Wednesday with two men’s and two women’s quarterfinal matches scheduled on Arthur Ashe Stadium. These are the final days of a torrid and exasperating two-week tournament coming into focus...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 810 reads 1 comments

  9. U.S. Open 2010: Can Rafael Nadal Make It in New York, New York?

    The thing you have to admire about Rafael Nadal is that he wishes only to play the game of tennis, not talk about it. He makes no pretense of being the Great Communicator like his rival, Roger Federer...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,500 reads 32 comments

  10. U.S. Open 2010: Wednesday's Five Must-See Matches

    On Wednesday there will be a full slate of action on tap with the men completing their remaining first round matches while some of the ladies begin to play second round encounters...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,278 reads 0 comments

  11. U.S. Open Tennis: Can Anything Stop Jelena Jankovic's Skid?

    Besides finding herself out the door early and often at many tournaments during the North American hard court season, Jelena Jankovic, the No. 4 seed at the U.S. Open, suffers from a tough draw heading into New York...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 781 reads 3 comments

  12. 2010 U.S. Open: Will Caroline Wozniacki Succeed As Number One?

    As the U.S. Open gets underway, no one has been talking much about Caroline Wozniacki, the current World No. 2. She seems to make her biggest push of the season around this time of the year—the end of summer and the start of the U...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,503 reads 31 comments

  13. Juan Martin Del Potro: The Next Number One?

    The question remains––will Juan Martin del Potro be able to defend his Championship at the U.S. Open? The Argentine has been out of action most of 2010 after undergoing wrist surgery in January...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,711 reads 33 comments

  14. Rogers Cup: Rafael Nadal Shakes Off the Rust To Advance

    Rafael Nadal defeated Stanislas Wawrinka 7-6 (12), 6-3. Rafael Nadal scowled less but seemed to grimace more during his first set at the Rogers Cup in Toronto Wednesday evening, facing Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 2,151 reads 16 comments

  15. Pretty in Pink: Roger Federer into the Third Round at the Rogers Cup

    There was magic in the air. Roger Federer returned to action Tuesday night at the Rogers Cup in Toronto wearing pale pink and painting the lines once again...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 3,453 reads 53 comments

  16. Roger Federer Hires Coach Paul Annacone: One Day at a Time

    For those of you who may have been away on an extended flight outside the ozone of this planet, Roger Federer has hired coach Paul Annacone, and he will be working with the American for the first time at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, Ontario...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 7,218 reads 12 comments

  17. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer Chance Meeting at Rogers Cup in Toronto?

    As we get ready to head off at long last to Toronto and the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rogers Cup, we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief as the true hard court season begins in earnest...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 3,027 reads 26 comments

  18. Dinara Safina: Ladies of Tennis Starting Over Again

    There may be a handful of players with Dinara Safina’s talent on the women’s tour today, but the Russian woman, who is now 24 years old, may never find her way back to the top of women’s tennis again...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 990 reads 4 comments

  19. Ana Ivanovic: Ladies of Tennis Starting Over Again

    Ana Ivanovic wears a heavy cloak of vulnerability every time she steps onto the court; an aura of breathless anxiety as tennis fans everywhere wish for the dark-haired beauty to find the game that has seemingly deserted her...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,667 reads 21 comments

  20. Maria Sharapova: Ladies of Tennis Starting Over Again

    One of the tennis world’s stunning beauties, the long-legged Russian Maria Sharapova, found her on-court fortunes faded as she struggled to rebuild her fractured career a year ago...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 1,821 reads 8 comments

  21. Tennis Star Wars Episode VII: Stealing the Force from Federer and Nadal

    From the tenor of the most recent debates—the controversy over who is ascending and who is falling in men’s professional tennis goes on and on...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 3,788 reads 29 comments

  22. Bjorn Borg Clone Rafael Nadal Doomed to Defeat in the Big Apple?

    Put them in a line up, shoulder to shoulder. At first glance, these two men appear to have nothing in common...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 4,347 reads 90 comments

  23. Roger Federer's Career: Picking the Bones

    I could not help but notice the buzzards circling and swooping down on the scarred lawns of Centre Court as the media began to pick apart the skin and sinew of Roger Federer’s career...

    Zultan The Prognosticator Written by Zultan The Prognosticator about over 4 years ago 3,006 reads 205 comments