Category Archives: Wimbledon

Federer: Mind of a Champion

I’ll leave it to the psychologists to tell me whether this is the Looking Glass Self, the Generalized Other, or something else completely, but I do know this: What You Say About Others Says a Lot About You “Your perceptions … Continue reading

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Bull’s Eyes and One Hit Wonders

Like the rest of the tennis world, I, too am completely stunned by Nadal’s loss to Lukas Rosol. It’s arguably one of the biggest upsets in the entire history of tennis, not just men’s tennis. I was watching Tennis Channel … Continue reading

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Ladies’ Singles | Tencap Predictions

Ladies’ Singles | Tencap Predictions Like the men, the way the Tencap algorithm works, each 2-points difference translates to a 1-game advantage, per set. So for Sharapova (2) vs Chakvetadze (6), that’s 2 games per set for Sharapova. 6-4, 6-4, 6-4

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Gentlemen’s Singles | Tencap Predictions

Gentlemen’s Singles | Tencap Predictions Remember, the way the Tencap algorithm works, each 2-points difference translates to a 1-game advantage, per set. So for Nadal (-10) vs Russell (0), that’s 5 games per set for Nadal. 6-1, 6-1, 6-1

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Wimbledon Predictions | WTA, Round #1

I’ll try to get this data uploaded to a table so it’s easier to visualize, but for now, here are the first-round predictions for the WTA first-round action at Wimbledon: 2011 Wimbledon | WTA-Round #1 – Match Predictions <= click on … Continue reading

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Wimbledon Predictions | ATP, Round #1

During the French Open the folks at Tencap kept track of their predictions for each round during the tournament.  Here are the results: 80% of the 1st round 81.5% of the second 87.5% of the third 87.5% of the fourth … Continue reading

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The 7-Step Guide on how to give the perfect post-match speech

The chances of anyone not named Federer or Nadal needing this advice seems fairly remote to me, but just in case we’re in for a surprise at the 2011 Australian Open, here’s the 7-Step Guide on how to give the … Continue reading

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