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Austrlian Open Women’s Draw Breakdown – Golden Globe Edition

Since the Golden Globes and opening day of the Australian Open are both happening tonight, why not compare the women’s draw to some of the best movie nominations for the Golden Globes? By now you’ve read or thought about almost … Continue reading

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US Open Preview – WTA Edition

            Best Quarter for Straight Women If you’re a straight woman angry your ticket doesn’t get you close to Rafa or Roger…or Thomaz Bellucci, no problem. Let’s get the cattiness out of the way first. … Continue reading

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Backhands and Compliments – WTA Edition

              Girl, Where You At? I’m pitching that for the new WTA slogan. Since Petra Kvitova took home the Wimbledon title, exactly where have the women been playing? I’ve heard of “B” leagues but … Continue reading

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Another Boring Breakdown of the Women’s French Open Draw

The Williamsssseesss aren’t playing this year. Either is Justine Henin. Or Jennifer Capriati or Monica Seles or Steffi Graf. Or Andrea Temesvari. It makes me wonder, if a player holds the trophy and no champions are playing, does it even … Continue reading

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Backhands and Compliments Rome (WTA) Edition

Bethanie Mattek-Sands likes to play with her husband’s man boobs!! I saw it with my own eyes at the Rome airport baggage claim last Saturday night. It was a cute scene. She sort of grabbed the man boobs and gave … Continue reading

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Madhitter in Melbourne; Baumer on couch

Hello Baumer, Do the Aussies like Tomic? I think they are cautiously optimistic about him. Maybe it’s because Hewitt is on the way out; maybe because they were just hoping he would win; maybe because he blew a 4-0 second … Continue reading

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Baumer on Couch; Madhitter in Melbourne

Madhitter, I guess it’s not much of a surprise that someone nicknamed, “Rusty” would fall into the Foxworthy category. There has always been something a little barnyard about Hewitt. His game has relied on grit and endurance, with little in … Continue reading

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