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Entries in Mens (2)

Saturday
May262012

Quarters Gives us "Big" Match on Men's Side at NCAA Tennis

Steve Johnson is looking for his 70th straight win and Alex Domijan of Virginia is looking to pull an upset.

These two big, strong players will take the court in what should be an interesting match with lots of winners being hit.

Domijan is tall and has a big game.  He will serve, he will crack forehands.  Johnson will try to do what he always does and just win.

Hot temps expected today in Athens and big hitting in this men's match.

Steve Johnson - USC 

Alex Domijan - Virginia

Saturday
Jan292011

2011 Australian Open Men's Singles Final Prediction

People talk about me, baby
Say I'm doin' you wrong, doin' you wrong
Well, don't you worry baby
Don't worry Cause I'm right here, right here, right here,
right here at home

--- The Joker by Steve Miller Band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Novak Djokovic vs. Andy Murray for all the marbles in Australia.

According to Steve Miller, The Joker was right here at home, well Novak Djokovic is playing so well he must feel at home in Australia.

These two are both 23, both about 6'3" and have been playing each other since they were 12.  Murray even divulged that he won their first ever meeting as 12 year olds 6-1, 6-0.

As pros, Novak hold the head to head lead at 4-3, but they haven't played since Key Biscayne in 2009.

This is their first meeting in a Grand Slam event. With his big win over Roger Federer, I don't think Djokovic is going to waste this opportunity.  Murray is hungry for Grand Slam success, but this isn't the time.

Look or Djokovic to come out and get an early break and that will propel him to a  set win.  He's playing too well. 

Prediction:  The Joker in 3.