The idea of a new International Tennis Premier League sounds very exciting, with eight top-10 players, including Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Stanislas Wawrinka set to take part in four Asian cities; Dubai, Singapore, Bangkok and Mumbai, come December.
Does a long match always equal to a great match? Not always. While many choose to not read a particular book because it's too thick, or not watch a particular film because it's too long, that's not how it works in sports. Can you decide before a match, in any sport, whether you're going to watch it or not, depending on its duration? No, right?
Rafael Nadal may've been knocked out in the 1st round of Wimbledon, but men's tennis is still seeing what many are calling The Golden Era. The same cannot be said of today's women players.
Part of a small but growing breed of people for whom sport is not just cricket. Well, the passion started with cricket but somewhere in between it lost out to football, tennis and F1.
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