So Here Is The Deal

I was struggling to make a post about my trip to Indian Wells, and going to the LA Tennis Challenge. I  was struggling to do lack of internet at home, and more hours at work.

It wasn’t going to be that interesting anyway. A good time was had by all.

Now something that I need to write about is  something I thought we went over before. I guess some people don’t get it.

At the Sony Open Tennis player party in Miami the other day, someone by the name of Daniela Hantuchova did something very bad. Let’s see if you can tell what it is.

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Do you see it? Do you see the crimes she’s committing to my eyes?

She is wearing those damn shoes. You know the one strutted around Australia with. Girl, they don’t look good. They don’t fit. They aren’t even like nice shoes. Do you not have room for anything else? I know the rest of that outfit isn’t taking up much room. You obviously did not bring a hair brush. I don’t get it. Please get rid of them. They aren’t doing you any favors. Thank you.

Actually, lets take a look back at Indian Wells now that we’re together again.

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It’s What’s Goes On Off Court That Counts

That’s how that phrase goes, right? I’m sure.

Well, Round 1 has been wrapped up, and there really hasn’t been any real surprises. Federer beat lazy Paire, Tsonga beat Llodra on a surface that suits him, and Novak dominated and aging Mathieu. Yes, some people are upset about Hewitt losing, but he’s old and played the 8 seed so what do you want. Yes, Dimitrov should have done better considering how well he’s been playing all 3 weeks of this year. Really though, it’s been pretty quiet on the men’s side.

The women were much of the same. 7th seed Sara Errani went out 4-6, 4-6 to the Spanish Carla Suarez Navarro. Other than that, nothing shocking has really happened. Serena rolled her ankle, but managed to pull off a double bagel. Some people are watching 17-year-old Madison Keys. I predict like the usual youngins she’ll be out in a round or two. Blah blah.

Whatever. On to the good stuff…

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