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Bad Boy of Tennis vs. Bad Boy of Curling
Bad Boy of Tennis vs. Bad Boy of Curling

   Like everyone else, I’ve been obsessively watching the Winter Olympics, and fixated on the curling competition. So, when an announcer stated that a competitor from Canada, John Morris, used to be referred to as the ‘Bad Boy of Curling’ I immediately started...

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Novak Djokovic and his Recovery
Novak Djokovic and his Recovery

Unfortunately for Novak Djokovic, taking most of 2017 to heal his elbow and also to regroup mentally may not have been the best course of action. He has now needed a medical intervention on the elbow that has been bothering him for some time, which has led him to...

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Flex League February 2018
Flex League February 2018

The Spring 2018 Flex League is underway! Some match scores have been submitted. All scores must be reported by April 27, 2018 Join TennisPAL Flex League Spring 2018 What TennisPAL's Flex League is taking place in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Dallas. A...

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Australian Open Recap
Australian Open Recap

This was one of the most exciting Grand Slams that I have seen in a long time. That being said, I think it’s fair to say that the women carried this Grand Slam. On the men’s side, we had some great matches, but in the end, it was Roger Federer holding the trophy. Not...

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Life is Too Short to Wear Inferior Clothing
Life is Too Short to Wear Inferior Clothing

UOMO SPORT is about a man’s passion for fashion and tennis. And, as with any good story, it is always best to start at the beginning: Glory days of tennis fashion. The time is the seventies. A young Steven Siebert and his brother, Stuart, walk onto the tennis courts...

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Kerber and Halep turn it up at the Australian
Kerber and Halep turn it up at the Australian

The semifinal match between Kerber and Halep turned out to be one for the ages. When it was all said and done, Halep won 6-3, 4-6, 9-7. I was a nervous wreck watching at 1:30am Chicago time. I was rooting for Halep, partly because I lived in Romania for two years, and...

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