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Jelena Jankovic: A Whimsical Tennis Career

This week, Jelena Jankovic reached a career milestone; she recorded her 600th victory against Francesca Schiavone 7-5 4-6 6-4. She followed that win up with a victory over two-time grand slam winner Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-2 7-5. 695 more words

2015 US Open Women's Draw Analysis

It’s been quite some time since the tennis world has entered the final major of the year with this much excitement.  All eyes—even those of people who don’t normally follow the sport closely—will be craning their necks towards New York City starting next week.  2,671 more words

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3rd Year Anniversary

Three years of assaulting the world with my verbal wit or so I tend to think. :P Thank you for reading and commenting!!!

In honor of the blog’s anniversary the… 533 more words

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Cincinnati Preview - Simona Halep v Jelena Jankovic

Simona Halep has had a good but busy couple of weeks on the tour making the final in Toronto but had to withdrew due injury/illness during the final and did look like she was running on empty. 313 more words


Cincinnati 2015: Simona Halep vs. Jelena Jankovic Semifinal Prediction

[3] Simona Halep (ROU) vs Jelena Jankovic (SRB)

Jelena Jankovic put together a surprising second week run at Wimbledon.  She has followed that up with a semifinal or better showing at Cincinnati.   135 more words

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Cincinnati 2015: WTA Quarterfinal Predictions

Predicted Winners in BOLD

Serena will likely repeat 2014’s result

[1] Serena Williams (USA) vs. [6] Ana Ivanovic (SRB) – Ivanovic troubled Serena at times in 2014, but I think Serena’s level of play in 2015 has been higher than it was for most of 2014 while Ana’s has dropped a bit since 2014.   127 more words

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Cincinnati - Pliskova defeated, Bencic retires & Djokovic fights back!

Djokovic recovers from 6-4 2-6 0-3 down to win!

David Goffin will probably not get a better chance to beat Novak Djokovic after being two breaks up against the world number one but whilst serving for a 4-0 lead failed to hold serve and from that moment on there was only ever going to be one winner with Djokovic winning 6 games in a row to take the final set 6-3 and move into the next round. 230 more words