Tag Archives: Japan Open

Wrap-up of Asian Tour (A 2nd Look at Tennis in Asia)

The primary complaint against tournaments in Asia is their lack of crowd support.  Tennis players competed in the mostly empty stadiums of Bangkok, Beijing, and the early days of the Shanghai Masters.  This is a concerning issue and sometimes it … Continue reading

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Murray Wins the Tokyo Open

Andy Murray d. Rafael Nadal 3-6 6-2 6-0. Nadal and Murray match-ups are a showcase for superb rallies with edge-of-your-seat points, and this match was no exception.  The first set was very closely fought and Nadal took advantage of Murray’s … Continue reading

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A Story of Beijing & Tokyo

So Twitter is down, which means I’ll be recapping the matches over here. 1:33pm: Tomic v Fish.  “Bernie Tomic is a junkballer.”  I’ve heard that so many times and now that I’m watching him play, I understand it.  It’s not … Continue reading

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