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Todd’s Tennis Takes – Djoker Joins Elite

January 30, 2012

Djokovic has joined some greats…and after watching the incredible action and drama unfold in the final, we can see he belongs. This is a list of the only men to have won 5 slams and also finished top 3 in the year end ATP rankings 5 times as well. 5 X 5 Club 5 Slams, […]

Todd’s Tennis Takes – 2012 Aussie Semis

January 25, 2012

FAB 4 COME THROUGH We live in an amazing age in men’s tennis, where the top 4 players are completely dominant and consistent, making this the 2nd slam in a row all 4 have made the semis, and the 7th in a row where at least 3 of the 4 have made the final four. […]

Federer vs. Tsonga – Preview and Prediction

January 29, 2010

Ok…a very interesting Grand Slam(GS) semifinal is coming up…we only get 8 of these a year – the moments tennis fans live for.  Federer vs. Tsonga – The 15 time grand slam winner playing in his 23rd straight GS semifinal…23rd STRAIGHT…vs the 24 year old Ali lookalike from France.   Fed ‘s #’s are legendary, as […]

Australian Open – Round of 16

January 23, 2010

Well by far the best 3rd round match was Uzbekistan’s Evgeny Korolev vs. 2007 finalist Fernando Gonzalez from Chile.  It was probably the best match of the tournament in terms of drama and quality of play.  Both players were crushing the ball as two of the best forehands in the game were on display.  Korolev took […]