Monthly Archive: March 2013

Mar 25

Tennis News & Tittle Tattle – Week 12

As Miami builds up to an exciting climax – poke me with a stick when that happens – it’s time for the weekly pursuit of floatsam and jetsam which pass as “news” for this weekly column. For once drama in Dallas that doesn’t involve stetsons, absurdist twist and turns and wondering who shot someone – …

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Mar 17

Tennis News & Tittle Tattle Week 11

Apologies for the absence of a round up last week – Paolo Lorenzi’s collapse against Gilles Simon was just too traumatic, but one can only be a moth to a flame when Carlos Berlocq makes the headlines. The Argentinian had the pleasure of briefly falling into mainstream consciousness as he made his way into the …

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Mar 04

Tennis News and Tittle Tattle – Week 9

Welcome to this week’s edition, written on World Tennis Day, a day when no ATP or WTA Tour main draw matches are being played. Another triumph for marketing. While the established names largely did established things on the main tour – and Paolo Lorenzi did enough to enter the top 50, matters on the Challenger …

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