Tag Archives: Roger Federer

Federer/Djokovich in Monte Carlo

Paleo Retiree writes: Lots of clay court magic to be enjoyed in this recent Roger/Novak battle, with Roger showing almost as much sparkle, wit and athletic resourcefulness as he routinely did when he was in his middle 20s. Previous Federer highlight reels: … Continue reading

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Federer And His “Tweener”

Paleo Retiree writes: Greatest stunt shot in the history of professional tennis?

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Federer Du Jour

Paleo Retiree writes: I don’t know how Federer dreams up these shots, let alone executes them. Incidentally: a big tip of the hat to YouTube user (and major Federer fan) MrSeba1670. I’m very grateful to the tennis fans who go … Continue reading

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Metaphysics

Paleo Retiree writes: Some answers to one of life’s greatest Eternal Questions: How do you turn a half-volley into a weapon of war? For best viewing, put it on 720p and blow it up to full-screen.

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: HBD*Chick enjoys a book by two of the Chicago Boyz, but has a few quibbles too. Dennis Mangan wonders why so many MSM sites are cutting back on comments. Are big cruise ships helping to destroy Venice? … Continue reading

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Linkathon

Paleo Retiree writes: JayMan attempts an answer to this question: How much do inbreeding and outbreeding have to do with a society’s cohesiveness? Some bliss of recent vintage for Roger Federer fans. How does he make some of those shots? … Continue reading

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Tennis Highlights

Paleo Retiree writes: One of my favorite video forms of the YouTube era is the cutdown tennis match. Real-life tennis matches are just too damn long, you know? I played high school tennis; I’ve hung out with some excellent players; … Continue reading

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