The Bryan brothers are often named the best doubles players ever, but they are inching towards 40 years old and new doubles stars are taking their places at the top. This year, Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo are atop the Race to London leaderboard, but not too far behind in second place are Henri Kontinen … Continue reading How Can A Singles Player Be The Best Doubles Player?
This year's edition of Wimbledon is upon us, and the bracket is sure to be filled with upsets, so I am going to get right into it. (If you would like to watch my predictions on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAVf9MDfLww) To start off, my champion is Roger Federer who will win his 19th grand slam and his … Continue reading 2017 Wimbledon Bracket Predictions + Analysis
A couple days ago, John McEnroe said that Serena Williams would be about 700 in the world on the ATP World Tour. In response, Serena tweeted, "Dear John, I adore and respect you but please please keep me out of your statements that are not factually based." Serena was clearly rattled by McEnroe's statement to … Continue reading What Would Serena Williams’ Ranking Be If She Played On The Men’s Tour?
Currently, two 250s, Eastbourne and Antalya, are underway alongside the qualifying for next week's Wimbledon Championships. Two weeks ago, Lucas Pouille won Stuttgart (250) and Gilles Muller won s-Hertogenbosch (250). Furthermore, last week Roger Federer won Halle (500) and Feliciano Lopez won London/Queen's Club (500). For the first time since 2010, Novak Djokovic is playing … Continue reading 2017 ATP Grass Court Swing Update
The Golden State Warriors nearly swept the entire NBA Playoffs this year. Their only loss came against the Cavaliers in Game 4 of the finals. Kevin Durant (the MVP of the NBA Finals) played some of the best basketball of his life vs. the Cavs. By averaging over 35 points with 8 rebounds and 5 … Continue reading The Greatest NBA Team Of All Time… 2017 Golden State Warriors
Roland Garros is upon us after an amazing clay court season. Roger Federer is the only player in the top 50 not to participate, so we are sure to see an extremely competitive French Open. Nadal is currently the frontrunner in the Race to London with Fed trailing just behind, but Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, … Continue reading 2017 French Open Bracket Predictions + Analysis
With the conclusion of the final red clay Masters 1000, Rome, Roland Garros is just a week away (with qualifying is underway now). It has been a hell of a ride so far this year, with yet another big upset reading the headlines as Alexander Zverev hoists the trophy in Rome defeating Djokovic in straight … Continue reading The Tennis Revolution Has Come Faster Than Anyone Had Imagined
The NBA Playoffs has just begun with Golden State and Boston coming in as the top-seeded teams. Last year I was almost certain Curry would battle LeBron for the championship, but this time there is a much more tightly packed field as you can make the case for many teams to hoist the trophy. I … Continue reading Westbrook is MVP For Sure… But What About Kawhi?
Tomorrow night is the Final Four, in which Oregon will play UNC and South Carolina faces off against Gonzaga. The biggest surprise, South Carolina, had to defeat the 2, 3, and 4 seeds en route to Phoenix, compared to the easier path for Gonzaga, who played the 8, 4, and 11 seeds. On the other … Continue reading 2017 March Madness Recap – After A Boring First Round, The Madness Has Been Uncovered
The 2017 March Madness bracket is now out and ready to be filled in. There were many strange and unexpected occurrences in Championship Week with Kansas losing to TCU early on and Duke winning the ACC tournament. Also, Arizona was able to prevail as the PAC-12 tournament champions beating UCLA and Oregon en route to … Continue reading My 2017 March Madness Bracket Predictions