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Daily Archives: June 2, 2010
June 2, 2010Posted by on
It’s French Open time again. It sucks how I don’t have the time to follow the games as much as I want. As a child, I used to watch tennis matches all the time with my dad. For one summer before 3rd grade, my brother and I learned the basics of the game. I never had the passion for it. Perhaps I was just too lazy as a kid!
Nevertheless, the interest in tennis still remains. It’s a beautiful game (especially women’s tennis!) to watch. The French Open and Wimbledon are my two favorite Grand Slams. Through the years, I’ve rooted for Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Justine Henin and Ana Ivanovic. It’s a pity how Roger got kicked out by Soderling, but then again, that’s how sports go. To make matters even worse, my new tennis crush – Caroline Wozniacki – also suffered an early exit!