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DelPo Updates! Tio Toni Visits Argentina, Shows His Toni-ness

DelPo will return to the tour at Vienna, where he reached the final last year.  As expected, he withdrew from the Shanghai Masters, so his next match will take place in a little over a week from now. So far, … Continue reading

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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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DelPo’s 3rd Quarter Grades

In Del Potro’s absence, I’ve been watching the matches at the Beijing and Tokyo Open and now the Shanghai Rolex Masters.  Watching Murray scamper around the court in Shanghai, I can practicially hear the “pop!” sound of rust accumulating on … Continue reading

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Fall Plans

Pete Bodo’s latest article “A Fall to Remember” talks about–you guessed it–the fall tennis season in Asia and Europe.  He says, …The Asian swing also spells opportunity—a chance for those who blew it during those majors and Premier Mandatory and … Continue reading

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