Short, quick, spur-of-the-moment posts. Most often in-game commentary.

Not even Tomic can believe he beat Dolgopolov

February 27, 2016 7

Alexandr Dolgopolov had arguably been the most impressive player at the Abierto Mexicano Telcel heading into semifinal Friday. He won the first set against Bernard Tomic 6-1, but the Aussie stormed back for a three-set victory. […]

Klizan ends loss to Kyrgios with right-handed shot

February 24, 2016 9

Given the two protagonists involved, shenanigans were expected in Tuesday’s showdown between Nick Kyrgios at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. Sure enough, Kyrgios started the match in tank-mode before Klizan ended it in laughable fashion. […]

Kyrgios closes out Gasquet with four-ace game

February 20, 2016 2

Nick Kyrgios was untouchable against Richard Gasquet during quarterfinal action at the Open 13 on Friday–quite literally, at least in the last game of the match. He capped off his 6-0, 6-4 victory with four consecutive first-serve aces. […]

Brown steals the show again at Challenger level

February 18, 2016 8

One week ago, Dustin Brown went behind-the-back to hit a winner at the Bergamo Challenger, albeit in a loss to world No. 212 Aldin Setkic. Brown was up to his usual tricks again on Tuesday at the Wroclaw Challenger, but this time it was in a winning effort. […]

Brown goes behind the back at Bergamo Challenger

February 11, 2016 4

Despite a dreadful loss to Aldin Setkic in round of the Bergamo Challenger on Wednesday, Dustin Brown hit the highlight reel with a behind-the-back winning volley early in the first set. It was downhill from there for Brown it what was eventually a three-set setback. […]

Fritz uses feet for racket abuse at Maui Challenger

January 27, 2016 4

Fast-rising American Taylor Fritz went an usual route to incur a racket-abuse warning during a doubles match at the Maui Challenger on Tuesday. After losing a point at 6-7 during a super-tiebreaker, Fritz kicked his stick–apparently over the fence. […]

Djokovic wins, speaks in Arabic

January 7, 2016 1

Novak Djokovic overcame a break deficit in each set to beat Leonardo Mayer 6-3, 7-5 in the quarterfinals of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open on Thursday. Afterward, Djokovic said a few words in Arabic to the crowd. […]

Gavrilova pelts Zverev, but gets no kiss from Kyrgios

January 3, 2016 39

Nick Kyrgios and Daria Gavrilova got one of Australia’s two teams at the Hopman Cup off to a dominant start on Sunday. The Aussies won both of the singles matches and followed it up with a mixed doubles victory to take care of Germany 3-0. […]

Handshake highlights otherwise ho-hum Nadal vs. Rosol showdown

November 4, 2015 10

Unlike their contentious encounter one week earlier in Basel, Rafael Nadal’s 6-2, 6-2 beatdown of Lukas Rosol in round two of the BNP Paribas Masters on Wednesday offered little drama either inside or outside the lines. But their was still no love lost at the handshake. […]

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