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by | Jun 14, 2021

We should get a time violation on this, but The American Spectator’s French Open coverage, such as it has been…

by | Jun 12, 2021

The question was which of the young guys would challenge which of the old guys. It would not be the…

by | Jun 1, 2021

In many respects all is well that ends well in the world of professional tennis. The French Open, formally the…

by | May 31, 2021

Naomi Osaka, world No. 2 on the women’s tennis tour and a high seed at the French Open, which began…

by | Oct 12, 2020

Before the French Open started, experts assembled by Tennis magazine, including the assiduous historian Steve Flink, gave the tournament to…

by | Oct 11, 2020

In the middle of the first set, the score 3-3, it looked like Sofia Kenin, the five-seven dynamo from Bradenton,…

by | Oct 7, 2020

Anything can happen in tennis, but the two-set trouncing of Simona Halep by Iga Swiatek was a shocker. The teen…

by | Sep 29, 2020

It was Yom Kippur and Tennys Sandgren, like Diego Schwartzman (and Sandy Koufax) a Bible man but unlike them not…

by | Sep 28, 2020

There was not much to say about the match between Simona Halep and Sara Sorribes Tormo other than that the…

by | Sep 17, 2020

At the French Open one time not too long ago, I spied an usher whom I remembered from a previous…

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