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20 March 2019
      Austria's Dominic Thiem won Indian Wells, a Masters 1000 event, by defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland in three sets: 3-6, 6-3, 7-5. In women's singles, Bianca Andreescu of Canada won the title by defeating Germany's Angelique Kerber in the final, also in three sets: 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.  

       Andreescu, an 18-year-old wild card, defeated FIVE seeded players en route to the title!  Previously ranked #60 in the WTA's singles ladder, she moved up 36 spots as a result of this event.   She is now #24 in the world.  The formal name for Indian Wells is the BNP Paribas Open.

15 March 2019
      Uh-oh, it's the Ides of March today.   Federer and Nadal are playing each other in the semifinals at Indian Wells tomorrow.   Recently, Fed won his 100th tour-level tournament.   OMG.  

28 January 2019
        The Austrailian Open is finished.  Naomi Osaka won the Women's Singles, defeated Petra Kvitova in the final, in three sets: 7-6(2), 5-7, 6-4.   In the Men's Singles, Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal in the final, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.

16 January 2019
        Hello everybody, hope you are enjoying your New Year and all that goes with the new year.   If you didn't know this already, we are now watching the first major tennis tournament of the year, the Australian Open.   The fourth day of the main draw will start in a few hours.   Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer are all still alive at this point, but Andy Murray has succumbed to a difficult hip injury that seems to be taking him out of pro tennis.

        On the women's side, Halep, Kerber, Danielle Collins, Venus & Serena, Sloane Stephens, and defending champion Caroline Wozniacki, are all still in the singles.

Stay tuned to your TV using ESPN, ESPN2, or Tennis Channel to see the matches as they move along.   Should be very interesting!!


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