Ladies’ Manic Monday: struggling to watch multiple matches at the same time!

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From LastWordOnTennis, by Filippo Colombo. “Manic Monday” is one of the best tennis days of the year, if not the best one. Traditionally, all Wimbledon Round of 16 matches of both Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles are played on the same day, which is the second Monday of the tournament. After the conclusion of the third […] READ MORE


Wimbledon: Muguruza’s Early Exit No Surprise

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French Open Champion, Garbine Muguruza, is out of Wimbledon after a shock 6-3, 6-2 defeat to  World No. 124 Jana Cepelova. Whilst the nature of the defeat is alarming, it should not come as a surprise that last year’s runner up is exiting the competition early. Despite making it all the way to the final […] READ MORE


Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 1 Matches–Including Giorgi/Muguruza

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It’s another Slam, and we’re back with more predictions. Joining us to pick matches on the first day of Wimbledon 2016 is myself (Yesh Ginsburg), senior editor Steen Kirby, and LWOS contributor Jeff Crady. Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 1 Matches Naomi Broady vs Elina Svitolina Steen: Britain’s Broady has been struggling as of […] READ MORE


Tennis Fans: Why They Need Improvement

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Social media is a wonderful place for sports fans to interact, but fans have become increasingly difficult over the years. Tennis fans are no exception to that rule. While the Internet has brought fans closer together in dialogue, it has further separated them from reality. It makes tennis fans forget that players are human. Tennis Fans: […] READ MORE


Muguruza Denies Serena 22 in Paris

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The vast majority of fans and analysts looked at this year’s French Open final as Serena Williams‘ chance to get to 22 grand slam titles and tie Steffi Graf‘s total. Garbine Muguruza was not part of that group though. Muguruza took the match in straight sets, 7-5 6-4. Garbine Muguruza Wins the 2016 French Open Women’s […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions French Open Women's Final–Serena Williams vs Garbine Muguruza

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We’re back! It’s the last women’s singles match of the French Open, between Serena Williams and Garbine Muguruza. Our panelists are here to predict just how the final will go. Today’s panelists are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), along with LWOS columnists Jake Davies, Harry Dry, and Jason Fernandes. Also, please check out our predictions of the […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions French Open Women’s Final–Serena Williams vs Garbine Muguruza

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We’re back! It’s the last women’s singles match of the French Open, between Serena Williams and Garbine Muguruza. Our panelists are here to predict just how the final will go. Today’s panelists are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), along with LWOS columnists Jake Davies, Harry Dry, and Jason Fernandes. Also, please check out our predictions of the […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions French Open Women's Semifinals–Serena/Bertens and Stosur/Muguruza

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Our Panelists are back with only two rounds left in the tournament. The semifinals have been delayed until Friday because of the rain, which means that the Serena/Bertens winner will be playing matches on three consecutive days when she reaches the final. Predicting today are LWOS contributors Sam Barker, Bradey Bononcioni, and Jeff Crady. Panelists […] READ MORE


Panelists Predictions French Open Women’s Semifinals–Serena/Bertens and Stosur/Muguruza

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Our Panelists are back with only two rounds left in the tournament. The semifinals have been delayed until Friday because of the rain, which means that the Serena/Bertens winner will be playing matches on three consecutive days when she reaches the final. Predicting today are LWOS contributors Sam Barker, Bradey Bononcioni, and Jeff Crady. Panelists […] READ MORE


Roland Garros: Womens Semifinals Preview

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Cold temperatures, torrential downpours of rain, and gusts of wind all have combined to make for terrible conditions for tennis at Roland Garros. The first round saw the Australian Open winner Angelique Kerber lose in a three set match to Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands. As is often the case, the pressure of expectations once […] READ MORE