Tagged with John Isner

Wimbledon 2014 Middle Sunday Reflections

On the seventh day, they rest. As the players get a break on the traditional middle Sunday, it gives a moment to reflect on what has occured to this point at Wimbledon 2014. Some things have gone to form this fortnight, but some have not. I’ll start off with my most outstanding players of the … Continue reading

Kim Clijsters, Ana Ivanovic, Serena Williams Advance On Day 1 Of 2012 Olympic Tennis; Caroline Wozniacki Barely Escapes Upset, Li Na And Samantha Stosur Do Not

For me, tennis in the Olympics is a wonderful fan experience…well, except for one thing. As a life long tennis fan, over the years I develop favorites. With both the WTA and ATP being true world tours, those favorites come from around the world. That’s usually not a dilemma. However, in the Olympics, I like … Continue reading

Rain Rules On Day 9 Of The 2011 US Open

Mother Nature dominated play on Day 9 of the 2011 US Open, cancelling all matches. The USTA hopes to have play, weather permitting, on Day 10 on Wednesday, but there is talk of more precipitation. Hopefully, there will be tennis on day 10. Until then, let it rain…

9/11 Flag Feature At 2011 BNP Paribas Open At Indian Wells

In this year that marks the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the BNP Paribas Open At Indian Wells is the official California sponsor of the 9/11 Flag. Interesting that it was originally stitched back together by tornado survivors in Greenburg, Kansas. We all stand as one, hopefully, despite our different ideas and political inclinations.