The Australian Open: Embarrassing, Stupid, and Unfair

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By now I’m sure you know the situation in Australia due to COVID: If you don’t live there you can’t visit unless you have citizenship; if your parents or kids are there and you haven’t seen them for God knows how long you still can’t enter. Even if you have citizenship and are re-entering the […] READ MORE





Alize Cornet Earns Controversial Win in Paris

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On a dark night in Paris, Alize Cornet and Tatjana Maria fought in a war on the tennis court. Little did anyone know that the battle of strength, will, and desire to win a tennis match would soon become a controversial battle of words as their match ended in a controversial fashion on Court 2. […] READ MORE


What to Expect from the French Women at Roland Garros

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Most sports teams covet home field advantage. The support of the home fans is often counted as an extra player on the field, not to mention the opportunity for your friends and family to attend the game. Tennis players, however, are different; home tournaments are equated with home pressure. A major tournament on home soil […] READ MORE


Eugenie Bouchard Falls in WTA Hobart Final

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It was a tough day at the office for Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard yesterday, after falling to Alize Cornet 6-1, 6-2 to win the Hobart International. After completing a disappointing year in 2015, Bouchard went into the Hobart International with hopes of claiming her first WTA title of the season. Unfortunately, Cornet played through […] READ MORE


Christina McHale fights back to dump out 11th seed Cornet.

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Christina McHale caused the first upset of the tournament on a sunny Monday afternoon at the Aegon Classic in Birmingham, coming from a set down to knock out the #11 seeded Alize Cornet of France 4-6 6-2 6-2. The first set was a tight affair with Cornet edging proceedings ever-so-slightly; for parts of the set […] READ MORE



French Women at Roland Garros

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As the second week of Roland Garros approaches the French women have produced expected results. Caroline Garcia seeded #31 lost in the opening round as she did last year. Where as last year Garcia succumbed to the pressures of playing her home slam she lost to the much more formidable opponent of Ana Ivanovic. This week […] READ MORE