and in the mid-to-late 1980s, my daddy's car had a sticker on the back windscreenNo tennis player has loved his job as much as Roger Federer. It’s not a coincidence that no one has done it as well.@SteveTignor concludes the men's portion of our #OpenEra50 countdown with the one and only: https://t.co/EHboOdC2SQ pic.twitter.com/akaYZzRd6f— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) March 2, 2018
My Tastes | I Like
Are Simple | The Bestwhich was confusing to read but such a cool message.
In future I want to watch doubles tennis a bit (to study best-practice collaboration), same reason I want to find and watch some good paso doble dance pieces (oh a lot of terrible terrible paso doble in the world as I recall).
Maybe some day I'll even pick up a tennis racket for a game, a set, a match? or (a little more realistically) train enough to be the paso doble dancer I want to see in the world, and - oh, right, swimming - I could make a move right now that there's a pool right here and the beach right there, maybe take lessons?
In other news, Steve Tignor, tennis writer, is simply the best. Give the brotha the Nobel Prize fa. Me Too.
Rafael Nadal was dubbed The King of Clay virtually from the start of his career. With 10 French Open titles and 16 total Grand Slams, the Spaniard comes in at No. 3 on the men’s side of our #OpenEra50 countdown. By @SteveTignor | https://t.co/x8K74zA3O0 pic.twitter.com/Mli9XT1MnH— TENNIS.com (@Tennis) February 28, 2018
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