Tag Archives: Switzerland

Australian Open 2019 – Rafa and the Joker!

If you’ve been following any of my posts about the tennis world for any amount of time, you’ve probably noticed I’m pretty loyal to Spain’s Rafa Nadal. Aside from the eye candy, he’s a simply amazing tennis player who has made his way into tennis history–and he’ll be there for decades to come. The other

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The World Tapestry: Tennis Legends 2017

“If you believe, you can go really far in your life.” Roger Federer on 8th win (19 Grand Slam titles)… In September 2008, Steven Ho of Bleacher Report asked the question I just wondered: “What Makes a Legend?” He was thoughtful enough to answer the question too, but it was related to the subject of

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A Great Man with an Awe-Inspiring History Moves On

A great man died on July 1. If you’ve heard of him, you may have seen the YouTube video that went viral last year when Sir Nicholas Winton found himself surrounded by the now-adult children he saved between December 1938 and March 1939, and those children made him a father, a grandfather and a great-grandfather some 6000 times

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