US Open 2015: August 31st Men’s Predictions

Predicted Winners in BOLD in What Should be an Awesome Day of Tennis for the Fans Great photos of @DjokerNole and @cilic_marin by Melchior DiGiacomo for @Tennis_Now celebrating his 45th @usopen pic.twitter.com/rF4sYYFKjq — Novak Fan Club (@NovakFanClub) August 30, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Novak Djokovic (SRB) [1] vs. Joao Souza (BRA) – This is not the easiest first round…

US Open 2015: August 31st Women’s Predictions

Predicted Winners in BOLD in a Big First Day of Action Serena enters the #USOpen at the top of her game, ready to make history. It’s hers to lose: http://t.co/fsXlmN01Sz pic.twitter.com/yDuycVt0rI — SI Tennis (@SI_Tennis) August 27, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) vs. Ana Ivanovic (SRB) [7] – I am going to open things up by picking…

US Open 2015: Novak Djokovic and the Odd Case of Tennis’ Eiffel Towers

Does Novak Djokovic Need to Worry after Cincinnati? or Fun with Logical Fallacies I think Novak Djokovic is still the US Open favorite even if Andy Murray and Roger Federer recorded tune-up wins over Nole.  In Montreal, Nole had not played since winning Wimbledon and could understandably be suffering from a 9th Grand Slam hangover….

What to Know Before the U.S. Open

Originally posted on TIME:
You may have heard: This is the summer of Serena. At the 2015 U.S. Open, which starts Monday in New York, Serena Williams will be chasing down two milestones in tennis history. With a title, she’d become the first woman to win a calendar year Grand Slam—a sweep of the Australian…

US Open 2015: Men’s Draw Predictions

This will be a more traditional preview than my Women’s draw analysis that centered on the calendar slams’ biggest obstacles. Quarter 1 – Novak and Rafa’s World Novak Djokovic has 6 hard court Grand Slam titles, but 5 have come in Melbourne. Nole is 1-4 in US Open finals.  This year could help Novak reverse…

U.S. Open 2015 – Opening Notes

Originally posted on Tennis Predictions:
For early predictions of the eventual winners, I’ll be sticking yet again to the current #1 players, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic.  Each was also the winner of the most recent grand-slam that is also played on hard court, the Australian Open back in January.  They have also done relatively…