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Titans Challenge CDMX

: ūüéĺ #TitansChallengeCDMX El domingo 23 de octubre presenciamos en las canchas del Club Alem√°n, con gran placer una magn√≠fica exhibici√≥n del talento de estos seis Titanes: James Blake, Carlos Moy√†, Fernando Gonz√°lez, Mark Philippoussis, Juan Carlos Ferrero y Andy Roddick.



Relive Andy Roddick's hilarious, angry 2007 press conference after losing to Federer

Here are three facts:

  1. We’re heading into the semi-finals of the U.S. Open today.
  2. Today is Thursday.
  3. People have been known to throw things back on Thursdays with a little social media gimmick called a #TBT.
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Roddick Comment on Kyrgios Sparks Twitter Debate (at least on my timeline)

Former US Open Champion and World No. 1 Andy Roddick returned to live tennis commentary via Periscope. While Roddick commentated on both the Serena Williams/Vania King and Juan Martin del Potro/Steve Johnson second round matches, it was a comment he made when answering a question about Nick Kyrgios that generated a lot of response, at least on my own Twitter response timeline after I posted the comment. 473 more words


Is Jack Sock the Future of American Tennis?

Since the departure of Andy Roddick from the tennis scene, the American men have struggled greatly in competing at the highest level. John Isner has proven to be very disappointing, and a consistent 3rd round loser. 167 more words


Happy birthday, Andy Roddick! Let's relive the Austinite's Grand Slam win

Austin has every reason to be proud to call Andy Roddick one of their own. He’s one of the greatest tennis players of all time, ¬†a multi-time finalist at Wimbledon and¬†the most recent North American male player to win a Grand Slam singles event ‚ÄĒ and that’s just the short list. 177 more words


#SportBits ... Sports & Social Media

Social Media is a powerful vehicle in today’s society. As a sports fan, I love it. It’s a tool that greatly enhances my sports experience … most of the time. 469 more words


2004 Masters Cup

The ATP’s year-end showcase headed to Houston’s Westside Tennis Club in 2004.

Top-ranked Roger Federer, who won three Grand Slams earlier in the year, capped another outstanding season with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Lleyton Hewitt in the… 56 more words