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    Should Tennis be in the Olympics?

    August 21, 2016

    Should Tennis be in the Olympics? 2016 Olympic tennis is past. Murray won again, a path made easier thanks to Djokovic’s continuing weird mini-slump, and Monica Puig, a 22 year-old Puerto Rican ranked 34th in the world walked away with the women’s gold. With the medal matches behind us, it’s worth revisiting that once every four year debate: Should tennis be in the Olympics? As we all know, as an Olympic sport, tennis dates to 164 BCE, when Leonidas of…

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    Four Wimbledon 2016 Predictions

    Four Wimbledon 2016 Predictions On the surface, forecasting Wimbledon 2016 seems easy. Djokovic has been eating everyone’s lunch. Serena’s been choking. People most of us have never heard of are winning doubles championships. But…

    June 7, 2016
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    Grand Slams

    Reflections on the Australian Open

    A couple weeks have passed, and we’ve had time to think about all that happened in the Aussie Open — Djoker’s domination, Serena’s second final loss, Nadal’s early exit — and what that means…

    February 15, 2016