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  1. STANIMAL!! Thanks for these pages Ricky!! Only others I would suggest are young guns page and maybe a Monfils or Dreddy page. Just because those two guys produce all the insane trick shots. Anyways the pages you added today are awesome. Thanks.

  2. Wow four comments in three months. Stan should be demoted to ‘Others’.

    Speaking of CB…

    Jon Wertheim says:

    “You want more fashion? In baseball, pitchers—and sometimes even the fans in centerfield—are prohibited from wearing white, for fear it will distract the batter from the ball. When tennis players (we’re looking at you, Wawrinka) wear shirts the same shade of attire as the ball they’re hitting, it strikes me as something less than sporting.”

    Could not agree more.



    Stan Wawrinka has withdrawn from two upcoming ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament – the Coupe Rogers in Montreal and the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati – due to a knee injury.

    “After much consideration and consultation with my doctors and my team, I have decided to skip Canada and Cincinnati to be on the safe side, although I’ve been battling hard to be fit for these events,” said Wawrinka.

    “It’s hugely disappointing for my fans and for myself that I have to make this decision. But I need to be 100 per cent confident before I resume competition that the injury that has plagued at Wimbledon has been resolved. My team and I are doing everything to make this a speedy recovery.”

    Wawrinka, who is currently No. 4 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, struggled with knee problems during the grass-court swing at the Aegon Championship and Wimbledon.

    The 32-year-old Swiss has a 26-11 match record on the season, including one ATP World Tour title at the Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open.

  4. Stan Wawrinka parts ways with coach Magnus Norman in surprise split George Bellshaw Wednesday 25 Oct 2017
    1:44 pm
    Wawrinka’s coach has ended his association with him has parted ways with his head coach Magnus Norman after the Swede decided he wanted to spend more time with his family. The 32-year-old Swiss has been sidelined from the sport with a knee problem since Wimbledon, with his return date set for the end of 2017. But he will start the new season without the man who helped him become a three-time Grand Slam champion, after Norman ended their four-year partnership in a surprise move. ‘After much thought I have decided to dedicate my future to my family,’ Norman said in a statement. ‘With two young kids at home, now is the right time for me to be with them. I could not have had a better player to work with and this has been one of the most difficult decisions I have ever had to make.

    Norman helped Wawrinka win three Grand Slam titles (Picture: Getty Images) ‘I’m really honoured to have worked with Stan who is a great tennis player, but more importantly a fantastic person. ‘I wanna thank the whole team behind Stan for all the work over the last four years. It’s been a teamwork and a privilege from the first day.’ Wawrinka added: ‘I would like to thank Magnus for the amazing four years we had together.

    ‘I will always be grateful for the work and the time he spent on me to make me improve and become a three-time Grand Slam champion. ‘He was not only part of my time but also part of the family. ‘For now I’m focusing on my rehabilitation and I will take time to decide with my team the necessary next steps.’

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