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The Broken Shoelace Tennis Blog at the Tennis Frontier by Samer Kadi.

You Know You Made It When…

You Know You Made It When…

Hours before Andy Murray opens his 2013 US Open title defense campaign, there seems to be an unusual — but welcome — air of tranquility surrounding him, or more accurately, surrounding his critics, supporters, and tennis pundits in general. Sure, ...

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A Final Before the Final

A Final Before the Final

It was labeled as “the final before the final,” and yet after an anti-climactic third set, it looked to be heading to mere sub-par semi-final territory. However, by the time Novak Djokovic sent a final forehand long to send Rafael ...

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Inside Out: The Era of Forehand and Movement

Inside Out: The Era of Forehand and Movement

As Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer prepared for their thirtieth meeting, a familiar sense of nostalgia grew inside tennis fans. Still very much among the top three best players in the game – rankings notwithstanding – Federer and Nadal were ...

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The (King Of) Clay Season

The (King Of) Clay Season

It’s that time of the year again. The sun is shining over Europe – at least in theory – and the tennis season heats up accordingly. To many, it’s the most fascinating part of the tennis calendar. More exciting yet ...

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Where are the “mid-carders”?

Where are the “mid-carders”?

For those who aren’t familiar with the term, “mid-carders” is used in Boxing and MMA to describe fighters who aren’t super high profile and don’t main event, but fill up the rest of the card. A lot of them fighters ...

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