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A Hired Sports Fan Story

As told by former NHL All Star defenseman Barry Beck… So if you ever wonder if tennis engages in the business of hired fans and or hecklers, consider this story… My first year in Colorado the team brought in “Krazy George” from Oakland to help out the fan base and generate interest in pro hockey […] Continue to read full article...

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Bouchard Makes Major Statement in Honolulu

By Scoop Malinowski If you have written off Eugenie Bouchard as a major title contender, you may have to re-think that prognostication. More renowned lately for her social media activities, the former Wimbledon finalist in 2014, apparently is fiercely determined to salvage her tennis career and get back to the elite echelon. Continue to read full article...




Fixing Bouchard’s Game

bouch By Scoop Malinowski Eugenie Bouchard is a broken player and it's time to fix the mess. Once a top five player and a grand slam finalist, Bouchard has fallen on hard times and his now ranked outside the top 100. She has lost first round in fifteen of sixteen events and won only one WTA main draw match all year. If it's not time for a drastic change, then maybe it's time to retire. But at 24 Bouchard still has her fighting spirit. She played Sara Errani yesterday at the Volvo Car Open with good intensity and desire, the problem was her game failed her. She lost 63 64. Continue to read full article...

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Bouchard’s ranking falls outside of top 100

bouch By Scoop Malinowski The glamour girl of tennis is becoming irrelevant thanks to her fading results. Eugenie Bouchard, who lost all three of her singles matches at Hopman Cup last week, extended her losing streak to nine after a 6-4, 6-3 loss to 19-year-old Aryna Sabalenka at the Hobart International on Monday. Continue to read full article...

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