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I want this so much with portuguese subtitles please 🙏🏼. Love Patrick. ( This is gonna be long) You know, I didn't grow up going to watch sports. When I was a kid, we didn't watch football games live, nor basketball, nor baseball. It wasn't something my parents were into. Sports were just what you watched on TV. Even as I stayed in the DC area in the 1990s, and I knew there was a tennis tournament, one that I'd seen as a teenager during the early cable era of the 1980s when USA network was as likely to cover a tournament as one of the major stations. There was that strange experiment in the mid-70s where US tournaments suddenly became clay. It was an American kind of clay called Har-Tru, so-called green clay, but maybe more of a green-gray. It was faster than the red European variety. It was interesting because there weren't that many Americans that were good on clay. The US Open switched to clay in 1975, but then move venues from venerable Forest Hills, where it had a faint veneer of the elitism of the country club, to the so-called urban jungle of Flushing Meadows. They called it the house that Slew built, named after Slew Hester, the USTA president who pushed for the new site where the US Open now stands. It was the first Slam to be played on hard courts, and certainly not the last. Despite this change, the US summer circuit was still played on clay. It used to consist of four tournaments: Boston, DC, then one held in New Hampshire and changed venues to Vermont and New Haven, and finally the US Clay Court Championships held in Indianapolis. These tournaments remained on clay until about 1985 when someone must have figured tennis in the US is better played on hard courts, and the tournaments switched to that surface. In the meanwhile, while it was still on clay, the earliest signs of the Bollettieri phenoms were just rearing their heads. They included diminutive Jimmy Arias and shy Aaron Krickstein. They competed against the like of Jose Luis Clerc and Andres Gomes. The North American clay court circuit was more likely to attract Americans of a different sort, those from South America, rather than the American stars of the day, like Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, or Vitas Gerulaitis. Even veteran clay courters like Borg didn't really play this part of the circuit, and pretty soon, he didn't play at all, courtesy of an early retirement. So I watched the tournament that Donald Dell built. Dell was an American tennis player who eventually quit and got a law degree, and started his own agency to represent the stars, and since he knew tennis, they were primarily tennis stars. These were the days before every American sports athlete found themselves an agent. Dell was a pioneer in the Wild West of pro athletics. Ashe once told him that if he would build a tournament in DC, and have it so anyone could watch, not just those who had the money to be in the country clubs, he would sign up to play. The DC event started in 1969 and has gone under several names in its existence. It was known as the Washington Star International, then the Sovran Bank Classic (a name I first heard), then briefly as the Newsweek Tennis Classic, then the Legg Mason, and finally its current incarnation, the Citi Open. The Citi Open was briefly its own tournament held at the same junior training site that Frances Tiafoe (and Denis Kudla) trained at, which was located in College Park, where the flagship University of Maryland is located. For that one year, it was a WTA event while the Legg Mason was held in DC. Eventually, the Citi Open replaced the Legg Mason, and it became an ATP/WTA event. So I knew that there was a tournament, but it never occurred to me to go watch it. I didn't know the mechanics of how to purchase a ticket, how to arrive to the tournament, what I'd do there. I think I'd been living in the DC area nearly ten years before I went, and I don't even fully recall when or where. My first memory of attending the Citi Open (back then, the Legg Mason) was in 2006. That summer, there was word that Andre Agassi was hurt, and that maybe this would be his last stop in DC. It seemed he was conserving his energy to make one last run at the US Open, maybe his version of the Connors last hurrah of 1991. Back then, Agassi was still with Brad Gilbert, and Gilbert had taken another Andy under his wing (after he and Roddick split), namely, Andy Murray. Murray's rank was still rather in the double digits. I knew of him, but not his game that well. I had mostly stopped watching pro tennis by 2006, so I was even only vaguely aware of Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal, neither of whom were inclined to visit DC. Andre came because he liked DC and if memory serves, Dell represented him. A lot of Americans came to DC. Chang came as well. Ivan Lendl played (and won) DC (he became a US citizen). By 2006, the sports biggest names weren't really coming to DC. Even Murray, who made the final that year, didn't come back for another decade. As of 2018, he'd only played DC three times, the last one leaving him in tears after a lengthy match in front of a sparse crowd against one Marius Copil. I'd been to the US Open even less. One back in 1991 when I'd just moved to the DC area, and once again in 2013. The biggest change since the first time was Arthur Ashe stadium a huge behemoth of a building. It was roofless back then, but it was enormous. The Citi Open is, by all accounts, a fairly small tournament. Yes, it's an ATP 500, but it feels like a 250 event. It has one main center court, with two tiers. You get reasonably good view of the court no matter where you are when you're there. It also has maybe 4-5 makeshift courts that can seat maybe 300 people each? It's grown some since the event became mixed, men and women. Matches tend to start late, around 4 PM, to address the concerns of players who don't like DC's famed heat and humidity. Action continues til about 11 PM, but rain has been known to extend how late play goes. To arrive at the tournament, the tournament recommends taking a Metro (subway) stop at Friendship Heights, or parking in some lots near there. Then, a shuttle take about ten minutes to take you from their to the tournament site. For a few dollars more, you can drive to the site, and park your car on the grass. If it gets too rainy, the grass surface gets muddy, and they may say that you can't park on site. You pay for the privilege of parking on site. On site, there are some restaurants. Food and drink are pricey. Think movie theater prices. This year, the Citi Open sold cans of beer for 10 dollars each, and a 20 ounce water bottle for 5 dollars. Food is typically between 10 and 20 dollars. They don't like you to bring your own food and water, and bags are checked at the entrance. Security, you know. Visiting Cincy I had been going to the Citi Open, usually watching the first Sunday of qualifying over many years. Not every year, but many. You may think it's not interesting to watch qualifying, but some pros in the main draw come early, and it seems that pros are required (and perhaps want to) to have public practice sessions where they practice anywhere from half an hour to an hour a day. If you're brave and agile, you might be able to get close to a star, and get a selfie. The concept was unknown when I was there in 2006. I took a picture of Agassi and Murray using a point and shoot camera, still my weapon of choice. This skill, I'd later learn, one needs to hone, if one can manage to get over the embarrassment (or rudeness, depending on who you ask) of asking for said selfie. I had always wanted to go to one of the Masters 1000 held in the US. There are 9 overall, and three are held in the US. Indian Wells, Miami, and Cincinnati. Indian Wells and Miami end the first of two hard court seasons in the US. The first is relatively brief, and many of those tournaments no longer exist, e. g. San Jose and Memphis. Indian Wells seemed far away and expensive. Miami felt similar. If there was one tournament I wanted to go, it was Cincinnati. It was also the one Roger Federer was most likely to show up (he also likes Indian Wells). There is, of course, another North American Masters 1000 which is held in Canada. A few months ago I went to an Essential Tennis clinic held in Milwaukee. I hadn't been back to Wisconsin since the last time they held a clinic there, in 2012. Back then, I met a guy that was local to Wisconsin. We briefly talked. I had mentioned I planned to visit Madison (I like visiting college campuses, and it was not so far away), and he lived in Madison. We stayed in touch mostly through the Essential Tennis facebook group where we'd see our occasional posts. We again met in the recent Essential Tennis clinic. He mentioned that he had two week long tickets to Cincy, and that he had been going the past few years, and his usual friend that went with him wasn't interested that year. I was reluctant to buy tickets for the whole week mostly because of the hotel costs. I wasn't into AirBnB (still not into it), and the hotels jack their prices for the event so that it's about $100 a night unless you want to stay at a Motel 8. And this isn't even the fancier hotels. He said he'd be willing to sell the tickets one event at a time (I didn't have to buy the week's worth), so the economics meant it was cheaper to buy the first 3 days. The last 3 days (as priced as individual tickets) would have cost as much as buying the whole week. In any case, there's a lot more tennis happening in the early parts, and you never know when someone might get upset early. I flew into Cincy on Sunday afternoon. Qualies had already started, but I was a bit tired, and didn't plan on watching the tournament until Monday. Now, Cincy is known for a few restaurants. Its most famous restaurant is Skyline Chili. It's a chain that sells a certain style of chili known as Cincinnati chili. Chili, for those that don't know it, is a tomato based soup usually made with ground beef, and sometimes beans. It's frequently fiery hot heated by chili peppers, say, jalapenos or maybe habaneros, or perhaps Chef John's famous shake-uh, shake-uh, cayenne pepper. Chili has been known to have religious wars surrounding what makes an authentic chili and beans are at the center of that war. Should a chili have beans or shouldn't it? And don't even talk about white chicken chili which, to some, doesn't qualify as chili, and is considered more of a white bean stew. Cincinnati chili is it own thing. Apparently (before my time), Cincinnati struggled, as much of the US did, during the great depression. Finding creative ways to eat was key to survival in those days, and no city celebrates the cuisine that came out of this era as Cincinnati. The basic Cincy chili is not a soup or stew. It's called the three-way. It is spaghetti, covered by a thin layer of chili, followed by a mountain of shredded cheese. The shredded cheese has the consistency of cotton candy with wisps of thinly sliced cheese with an airy consistency. Cheese must have been cheap back then. The most famous of the Cincy chili restaurant is Skyline Chili. I suppose the next most famous is Gold Star Chili. It is a chain restaurant, and if you grew up in Cincy, you'd think this restaurant was everywhere, but it's mostly just in Cincy. And it's sadly disappointing. As begets its frugal start, there is a ton of cheese on this dish, and not a huge amount of meat or spaghetti. The chili itself lacks the fire you expect in a chili. It is bland with its most dominant flavor being cinnamon. But the locals seem to like it, and tourists seem obligated to humor the locals by sampling it. Cincy is also known for the chain ice cream shop, Graeter's. For ice cream, it's a step up. At least, it's sweet and cold, and not too expensive. I visited both places on Sunday, but it turns out the tournament has its own. My friend asked if I wanted to see the "stars" at the player hotel. The players stay at a Marriott which has a breakfast buffer. My own hotel, not quite a Marriott, but reasonably suitable, and its own breakfast buffet. Having been in enough hotels, the complimentary breakfast is that American experience that most Americans that travel understand. The breakfast typically consists of heated pans of scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes (they) are small cubes of potatoes that are usually browned in the oven, sometimes premade pancakes, or biscuits and gravy, and some fruit, yogurt, coffee, a variety of juices. Those familiar with the experience also know about the do-it-yourself waffle maker where you fill tiny cups lined with wax (or something) with waffle batter into a waffle iron. Fill it up, close it, turn in 180 degrees, wait for it to beep, figure out, using the tools provided, how to extract said waffle from said waffle iron. So, it turns out, despite the fact that top tennis pros go to the Marriott (not my hotel), the experience is roughly the same, except much nicer. The eggs look more appetizing, there's sausage and bacon, several varieties of yogurt, and yes, if you want the waffle, they will make it for you without the self-serve parts, and at no extra charge. Is it pricey for $17? Sure, but you're paying not just for the food, but to see the stars. OK, those stars don't include Federer, Nadal, or Djokovic, but they do include the next tier. You just have to know either the ATP or WTA tour very well otherwise they just look like pros. I arrived around 8:30 AM at the Marriott. I met up with my friend, and we sat at a table, and got the buffet. It seems, at one point, he (and possibly a friend) had bumped into Philipp Kohlschreiber who happened to like that most American of breakfast delights, frosted flakes. As we were being seated, we saw Patrick Moroutoglou, Serena's coach, sitting by himself. One thing you rarely notice on TV (for good reason) is the man has quads. We also saw Andrey Rublev, the tall Russian player, and his coach, a guy with a beard and blond tints over brown hair, as if he had just lost an Andre Agassi look-alike contest. He seemed vaguely French, but he was actually a Spaniard. A few minutes later, we saw someone that I had seen a few times on TV. That is, Denis Shapavalov's mother, who kinda looks like an aged East European tennis star, sort of that Martina, Jana Novotna, Hana Mandlikova look. I believe she was there with the coach, Martin Laurendeau, but she's probably as much coach as he is, and she travels with him. Shapovalov showed up a few minutes later, and dropped his large Yonex bag. He didn't say much, but my friend and I were talking about one-handed backhands, comparing his to, say, Tsitsipas. My friend swore Shapo was eavesdropping, and I admitted, I might have talked a little louder hoping he'd do the same. I was hoping he'd leave his empty plate for me to photograph, but he was clever, and covered whatever he ate with the cloth napkin. I also briefly saw Ivo Karlovic leaving the hotel site, and also the chair umpire, Damien Dumusois, who umpired the final between Federer and Djokovic. He was entertaining two other people. My friend happens to be a big WTA fan, so he knows players I don't know. We sat near Maria Sakkari (of Greece) and her coach. It seems the mainstay of WTA tennis that most women are coached my venerable men. Then, we drove over to the site of the tournament. Compared to the Citi Open, the Western & Southern is huge. Everything the Citi Open does, Cincy does even bigger. You turn on a street called Paul Flory Way and it takes you past a building called Cintas, then you see the site and cars parking. Now, unlike the Citi Open, Cincy has free parking. It also has paid parking if you want to park close (a la Djokovic). As you drive along this road, it seems cars are turning left, and it seems you'll be one of those blessed to turn left, but the public parking is in the boonies. If there are cars going straight, you keep going straight. You'll be fooled maybe 3 or 4 times into thinking you can go left, but it's not for you. Eventually, you'll be lead by volunteers to turn. The parking area consists of narrow strips of grass alternating with gravel. Each strip of grass is large enough to allow two cars to park, one behind the other, and wide enough to have maybe 30-40 cars? So maybe 60-80 cars per strip? It seems like their are no labels, but if you wisely (unlike me) walk to the main road from the strip of grass, there are wooden stakes with tiny numbers starting at 86 and going to 99 and higher. It's useful to take note of these numbers if you want to return to your car in a timely manner, as I did not the first day I went. I spent 15 minute wandering around, and finally used the alarm feature in my remote to locate the car. At that point, I was some 5 cars away from where the car was located. So, locate these markers, so you can find your car. Don't be Novak Djokovic (or me). What should you bring to the tournament? If you read the restrictions, you're not allowed to bring a backpack. You can bring a cinch-sack. The primary difference between that and a backpack appears to be the use of something between twine and rope that serves as replacements for straps. These things can be quite tiny. I had a larger model made by Under Armour, with a separate pocket. That was useful to carry tickets, sunscreen, etc. What should you carry inside the bag? I suggest a few things. First, sunscreen. You'll be outdoors for hours, and unless your melanin is off the charts, sunscreen lotion is useful. You're also allowed to bring a liter of water in an unmarked plastic bottle. Or you can buy Evian or Dasani, since they have some affiliation with the tournament. This is nice because I think DC doesn't quite do the same. I'd probably bring a cap to block the sun. I'd think of a large bath towel, in case it rains. You don't think of it, but when it rains, they only dry the courts. The metal benches you sit on? Not so much. A towel can be useful to dry the benches so you can sit on it. Also, even if it doesn't rain, the towel can be used to sit on, as the benches are not conducive to pain free watching. Yes, it won't bother you the first ten or so hours sitting, but once you're in day 2 and hitting 20 hours, the towel might help alleviate pain to the derriere. You might want to bring a smaller towel. If the sun is beating down on you, you might want to cover your knees or arms with a white towel to block the sun. The other thing that's useful is to locate the place they sell water and ice. Apparently, they gave it away for free last year, but this year, it was $1 for a plastic cup and ice. By the men and women's bathroom, there's both a water fountain and water dispensers, that dispense water powerful enough to propel small rockets. With the ice and cup, you can have cold water that's cheaper than the $4 for the small or $5. 50 for the liter. Let's get to prices. You'd think Cincy would be costlier than DC for food and stuff, but DC seems more expensive, and they don't have options for drinking water cheaply. So, 20 oz of water in DC is $5 but for fifty more cents, you can get cold bottled water for $5. 50. Beer is $8 (unless you get the fancier local brews), but $10 in DC (prices went up this year). You can get tequila as well, but that will be close to $20. I believe Powerade was $6. Hot dogs and brats were also $6. There are about 10 restaurants in a semi-circular area. The DC restaurants are in booths where the line of people stand in the sun. In Cincy, the sellers are recessed inside a tent so the first dozen or so people come underneath a tent and are shaded from the sun. They sell coffee, pizza, Greek food, Italian food, sushi, gluten-free foods, bbq chicken/pork, etc. The prices are, again, somewhat like movie theaters. The first day, I ate lunch at an Italian place, getting the equivalent of an Italian burrito. The second day, I ate at a Greek place. I discovered Greek fries taste like normal fries. I also had the gyros. The third day, I ate at a seafood place getting a seafood salad. That was the most expensive at nearly $20. I think typical prices are about $12, but you could get pizza at $4 a slice, and there was a Skyline Chili for $9 (more expensive than the actual restaurant, unless they served the large size) and Graeter's ice cream. It's useful to visit Cincy at least two days unless you have a really good sense of direction, which I don't. After you make the trek from the parking lot to the entrance (you enter from the North Entrance, but the East entrance is a secondary way to enter if it gets too crowded). You have your bag (either a cinch-sack or a tote bag) inspected. Sometimes it's scrutinized, sometimes not so much. They also want you to empty pockets so they can see what metal items you have. Then, you get your ticket scanned. Tickets are divided into day and night session, and you pay for both. These ticket are basically like getting tickets for Ashe stadium. You have a reserved seat in Center Court, but you can go anywhere else with that ticket (with some exceptions of which parts of the court you can sit). Basically, if there's a metal bench, your ticket should let you sit there. If it was seats or is covered by shade (which also have individual seats), then you need a different (more expensive) class of tickets. The night tickets only let you in after 5 PM, so again, it resembles the US Open's night session. You can still watch anything off Center Court after 5 PM with daytime tickets. They don't even bother to check the daytime tickets in any court outside the Center Court, and often, not the Center Court either. When you get in, it's useful to gather your bearings. As you head in, you'll see the Center Court in front. There are some booths and a court on the left (I think that's Court 10). The biggest court is Center Court, and it's huge. It's attached to a secondary court behind it (that is, walk to Center Court, then it curves either left or left and follow the exterior of center court to Grandstand). Center Court is useful to know because the rest rooms are on the ground of Center Court (from the outside of the court). There are also places to get food (hot dogs, burgers), as well as the cups and ice, and a new "market" to pick up premade sandwiches, drinks, frozen lemonade, etc. You should also pass the row of restaurants on your left, and see the Midwest tent and other booths on the right. The Midwest tent is huge. They sell clothing, racquets, t-shirts, towels, pads to sit on, etc. It's also air conditioned, but they won't let you bring open bottled water or cups with drinks inside. Prior to reaching Center Court, you may want to head left to East entrance. You should see Court 10. I think the four biggest courts are Center Court, Grandstand, Court 10, and Court 3. After that, they get quite a bit smaller. Even Grandstand is a fair bit smaller than Center. The one plus is some top players play on Grandstand (Djokovic, for example), and you can sit very close, as long as you get into the court soon enough, which may mean getting their for the end of the previous match. By Court 10, there should be a number of other courts. Some are smaller courts for the less famous. Some are practice courts. If you download the Western and Southern app, you can find practice times. Just be aware that Federer's practices are super crowded. Everyone wants to peek at him. Sometimes they put him on a bigger court, but sometimes they put him on the smaller practice courts. Day 1 On the first day, I spent time with my friend, the one that's a huge WTA fan. I didn't go to Center Court on Day 1 at all, so I missed some big names. My friend likes Larsson, and Rebecca Peterson (since she's friends with Larsson) and Svitolina and Bertens and a few others. First match I watched was Nishikori-Rublev. Rublev had just had breakfast some 2 hours earlier, so he didn't head to the stadium that early. We were able to see his coach. I think we watched a set. Nishikori won the first, and eventually took it in straight sets. Then, we caught practice sessions with Pliskova and Hurkacz (not with each other). He was supposed to practice with Kohlschriber, but we didn't see him. Also saw Querrey and Johnson practicing with each other. We saw Peterson and Larsson practicing with one another. There were probably less than a dozen players watching this practice. Also saw Shapovalov play Tiafoe. This looked to be a match Tiafoe would win. He was down a break in the third, but broke back, then broke to get ahead and serve for the match. But he got broken twice, and Shapo managed to win. So it looks like we were good luck for Shapo. I caught the tail end of Murray vs. Pouille. Murray still doesn't look 100%. He pushed the match to a third set. By then, Pouille was up a break, and both held serve until Pouille won. As it turns out, I watched set 1 of Shapo/Tiafoe, left to get something to eat, then watched the end of Murray/Pouille, and came back to watch set 3 of Shapo/Tiafoe. It's frequently the case that one watches part of a match, and leaves to watch another, or take a break. I caught the end of Ferrer/Paire. Paire wasn't unhappy today, but Ferrer was making mistake after mistake. He seemed to want points to end quickly, and they did, but after Ferrer errors. Paire won something like 2 and 2. I saw the Zverev brothers play a practice set with each other, and saw Djokovic practicing. I climbed on the metal bleachers to get high enough, and my camera has 25x zoom. We saw Rebecca Peterson play Siniakova. This turned out to be an entertaining match. Now, as I said, my friend's a big WTA fan, so at this point, Djokovic is playing Steve Johnson, but we're out watching this match. Somewhere in the second set, someone spots a raccoon. It's across from us, up in the stands. Now, you would think everyone would watch Djokovic, but given any tournament, there's always fans that prefer watching lesser known players, so maybe there's 100 of us, and maybe 20 on the other side, mostly near the front. Security folks are trying to chase this raccoon, but presumably, avoid getting bitten. This takes a long time. The players playing, Peterson and Siniakova, seem oblivious. Finally, they push the raccoon from one side the bleachers to the other side (I think we're on Court 10), and down the stairs. But surprise, surprise, raccoons are good climbers, and it climbs up a pole and to the top of the fence and starts walking down the railing (of sorts) at the top of the fence. Siniakova is the higher ranked player, and wins the first set, but Peterson is a powerful hitter, and eventually wins the next two sets. By then, the match between Djokovic and Johnson is nearing conclusion. We rush to Center Court, climb the stairs, and watch the end of the second set tiebreak. It's already past 10 pm. There's actually another match on, but I'd been there since 10 AM, and it was past 10 PM, so I'd been there 12 hours, and was rather tired. Live vs. TV Watching a match live is very different than watching it on TV. First, you never know what angle you'll get. Most tournaments have the seats for the common folk on the sideline, so you're watching tennis at an angle you don't see on TV. This gives you a better sense of pace. It also means it's hard to tell strategy. But one positive tradeoff is you get a sense of how high the players hit the ball. You also get a sense of when a ball is hit slowly, and therefore, the other player can hit a winner off it. Sometimes you watch a player hit a winner, and it looks like they are doing it because they can. Quite frequently, it's because the other player has hit a weak shot off the prior shot, and this lets the player pounce on the ball. Also, when you watch women's matches, you find that most serves are returned, so there is usually a rally. Those rallies may seem boring on TV, but when you see a Raonic match and he booms a few aces, those are just as boring live as on TV. Yes, you get a sense of the pace, but it doesn't make for good tennis viewing. If you really pay attention to the women's game, you'll start to see strategy. For example, Peterson was slugging it out with Siniakova. That's her game. But her coach eventually had her hitting mini-moonballs, and this started to disrupt Siniakova's game, and eventually lead to a loss. Also, sometimes a player starts out a little nervous in a set, and then plays much better in the next set. Again, that's what happened to Peterson. After the Djokovic match ended, there was a mad rush to get to the cars. However, I didn't exactly know where my car was. So, I walked around for a few rows, when I finally decided after about 15 minutes, to turn on my car alarm via the remote. The car, which was mere feet from me, flashed, and I finally got in. It took maybe 15 minutes or so to get off site because of all the cars trying to leave (and which got a head start). I made it back to the hotel, where I was still buzzing for almost an hour after the match ended. My friend, who has been attending for a while, had brought serious camera (a Canon DSLR), and was spending the night at an AirBnb processing the photos he had taken that day. He had one of those mongo lenses to get close up pics. Technically, you're not supposed to bring such big cameras, but they don't seem to care. Day 2 I had had breakfast at my hotel, but ended up going to a diner of sorts called Scramblers or something which was very near my hotel. While the quality of breakfast was better, it cost me nearly $20. I was told by a friend of my friend that I should have eaten at the Marriott for that price. I should have. I was tired the second day and wondered how I'd manage to stay awake, but turns out I got a second wind. I arrived at the site around 10 AM or possibly earlier. It's a good idea to arrive before the 11 AM start. You get to see practices which happen throughout the day, and you can get a sense of the layout. I forgot to mention one part of Center Court. I mentioned that if you head from North Entrance directly to Center Court, then head left along the outer perimeter, you eventually reach Grandstand (and some other practice courts). If you head right and go around, you eventually get to a section called the Fan Zone. These are fenced off areas (sort of those metal gates that they set up temporarily when they want, say, parade viewers, not to jump into the street) and fans stand beside them. When the pros come onsite, they walk past the fans, get there stuff checked through security, then head indoors. It's also a chance for fans to get selfies or at least take pictures. Yes, this is a thing. Did I mention? My friend is a master at getting selfies. One advantage of liking the WTA (I mean, he also likes Federer) and liking some of the more obscure players is that few people get selfies with them, and they're more amenable to selfies. For example, we watched the end of Bertens-Wozniacki. This was a night match on Wednesday on Grandstand. Wozniacki retired. So, my friend knows the layout, know where the player exits, and we head down there (this is Wednesday night), and as Bertens exits, he asks for a picture, and she says yes (apparently, she doesn't mind the attention). And, he gets another pic with her the next day! This is clearly a skill I lack partly because I find it embarrassing, but the pros don't seem to mind, and certainly fans like the idea of being with someone famous. He tried to help me get a pick with Hyeon Chung, but Chung wasn't into it. Not everyone is really fond of it (though many realize it comes with the territory). I was told Sloane Stephens really doesn't like to interact with the crowd. She's gone so far (so I hear) to pre-sign tennis balls and hand them out. On Tuesday, I finally step into Center Court. OK, I'd been there briefly at Djokovic-Johnson, but I come in, find where my seat is. Later on, I plan to watch Chung play Sock. There's some practice going on. One reason to get to the court early is to get into Center Court, walk down to the front row, and take pics of the practice. Normally, the lower bowl is for those that have money, so like the US Open, unless you sneak down there, you aren't watching match from down there. Sock takes the opening set because Chung is misfiring. I decide to leave after the first set even though I think Chung could come back since Sock has been playing horrible this year. Turns out Chung wins handily. What I don't know is Chung is hurt, and this eventually means he loses handily to del Potro. Goes to show what shape Sock is in. During this match, a cameraman is sitting at the end of the bench I'm on. Turns out they plan to give someone two free tickets to sit closer to the front. I head over to watch Raonic play Lajovic. This ends quickly with Raonic hitting huge serves then breaking. Raonic is a large man. He's not only tall, but broad. Until I see Chung practice, I didn't realize he's similarly huge. He's not as tall as Raonic, but he's broad. He's still around 6'2". So when I say huge, I don't mean just in height, but legs, body, everything. This is something you miss on live TV. Remember I said we sat by Sakkari and her coach for breakfast on Monday? We watch her play Naomi Osaka on Tuesday. Osaka has a huge serve. Most women, these days, hit 100 mph on their first serve. This means, yes, they can hit the back fence with their serve. I hit maybe 60 mph (or slower). This does not reach the back fence (which is closer in) unless I hit long. Osaka can crank it up to 120 mph. Even so, it's Sakkari, the Greek player, that wins the match. There's a discussion about how much (or little) Japanese that Osaka speaks. At least, Japan, often known as a xenophobic country, has readily embraced players that want to represent Japan. For example, Taro Daniel (also half Japanese) represents Japan as well. I catch some practices including a shirtless Kevin Anderson. I think, how does a white guy deal with that much sun? But he eventually puts on a shirt. Also see Bethanie Mattek-Sands playing doubles with Safarova. They put them on a small court, and it's crowded. Probably not the best decision. I see Medvedev playing Coric. Coric wins handily. Then, off to Center Court to watch Tsitsipas play Goffin. Tsitsipas had just played the final of Toronto, and he played in the semis of DC the week before. So we think he must be tired. Although some people expect him to beat Goffin, Goffin is the winner. Off to watch the women's match. This time, it's Kiki vs. Coco. Coco is being coached by Pat Cash, but Kiki is the better player. She pretty much dominates on serve despite not hitting faster than 110 mph. Coco loses 2 and 0. I sit to watch Federer play Gojoczwk in the first evening match. Despite the Polish name, Gojoczwk plays for Germany. He's got a pretty big serve. Not Raonic big, but faster than Fed. Still, this is a match that is a typical Fed match. If you'd ask Fed how he wants to win his matches, he'd say "Hold my serve without break points, and break once a set". So this match fits this to a T. This is one of those matches where it's just as dull to watch it live as it is on TV. There aren't a lot of great points in this, and Gojoczwk gets broken once per set even though I think he had a lead in both those games. This also shows how people stake claims on seats. I'm sitting at the seat I'm assigned to which is in the middle of the bench. 2-3 guys are on my far right end. Over the beginning of the match, they move closer and closer to me. If my friend shows up, he has a seat beside me. He's opting to watch Svitolina vs. Kuznetsova, because he's a big WTA fan. Then, two guys say they have seats near me, so they essentially kick out the folks who have commandeered their spots. The same thing happens in the row in front of me. Basically taking someone else's seat is usually not a problem because few sit in Center Court all day long, so seats remain empty. People then move to seats that aren't assigned to them to get a better spot. Except when Federer is playing, more people are there to sit in their seats. Anyway, sitting at your seat is not well regulated at all. Some even move from the general vicinity of their seats to way up in front which would cost them more money if they pay for it. Apparently, some even get upset that they're being kicked out of seats they "stole". How dare you kick me out of seats I didn't really have tickets for. It's these minor infractions that people are willing to get away with. One other thing. It turns out there's a big deal to change nets between men's and women's matches. Men's matches have nets with the ATP World Tour logo at the bottom. To do this, they use some rubber nets that allow for printing. The women's net are still the standard rope/twine nets. So physically, the nets are completely removed (poles too) and swapped out for the other nets. Basically, they are getting ready for Serena vs Kvitova. I head to the Svitolina vs. Kuznetsova match. My friend is there with his friend. They've met on a common like of Svitolina. They encourage me to do what's known as a slow clap which is to clap slowly. Now, apparently coaches and such will do this to encourage their pupil. Actually, I find this to be a pretty competitive match. But my friend and friend's friend are nowhere near what people go to support their woman. Twice in the third set, Kuznetsova is down break point, and twice, someone on the opposite side of the court says "Break, break, break! " and Kuznetsova can hear this. And, both times, Kuznetsova makes an error and is broken. Svitolina eventually gets the win. My friends have secured seating in the very front row along the net. I am able to get down to site beside them. Both decide to leave after this match, but I decide to watch Shapovalov play Kyle Edmund. At that vantage point, they are very close, and you can see how hard they hit. With Shapo's unusual backhand motion, I'm surprise how consistently he hits. He gets a late break in the first set and wins. In the second set, he gets up two breaks. Someone in the audience basically advises him how to win (hit winners or something). Instead, Shapo gets broken back twice. It's now 4-all. Someone yells out "It's break time" and this seems to fire Shapo up who starts being more aggressive, and holds his serve. Edmund then ties it up 5-all. Shapo holds again, and then he gets a series of break points which Edmund fends off for a while, but eventually gets the break and wins the match. It is almost midnight. The difference between the two is Shapo's backhand is better than Edmund's and Shapo is taking a few more risks, and fends off his break points just a bit better. In the first set, Edmund's able to use his serve to save break points, but Shapo gets more opportunities, esp. later when he reads the return better. Oh, also, when Shapo is down break points, Shapo's mom brings out the slow clap. While Shapo is frustrated getting broken back, he glares at his mother, who does the "stay focused" look. At the end, Shapo's mom high fives those near her (presumably with her). IN COMMENTS...
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(Game Rental Company Logo change. )Do you remember the G in GameCrazy not being broken? (Were the As not broken? )(Was the E not broken? ) 4139. (Video Rental Company Logo change. )Do you remember the letters in Movie Gallery not touching? (Were the letters normal? ) 4140. )Do you remember the F and A in Family not being connected? (Did the Y not have a long curve? )(Did the V not have a curve? ) 4141. )Do you remember A in GameFly not being broken? (Do any of the other letters look off? ) 4142. (Celebrity death date change. )Do you remember Frank Vincent dying in 2015 or 2016 instead of 2017? 4143. (Phantom geography. )Do you remember Baja California not existing? (Did Baja California Sur not exist? ) 4144. )Do you remember there not being a Supervolcano in Bolivia? 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(News Website Logo change. )Do you remember the A in "Daily" in Daily Mail not being slanted? (Any of the other letters look off? )(Do the letters in "Mail" look off? ) 4155. (Rock Band Logo change. )Do you remember the letters in Asia being normal? 4156. )Do you remember the letters in The Cars being normal? (Does the other logo look off? ) Add-On: Do you remember the letters in The Beatles not being connected? Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Lynyrd Skynyrd not being connected? (Do any of the letters look off? ) Add-On: Do you remember there not being a dash in the Led Zeppelin logo? (Do any of the letters look off? ) 4157. )Do you remember the letters in Foo Fighters being normal? (Were they not connected? )(Do any of the other logos look off? ) Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Scorpions being normal? 4158. )Do you remember the letters in Black Sabbath not touching? (Does the other logo look off? ) Add-On: Do you remember the letters in Eagles being normal? 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(Do the letters in the website logo look off? ) 4210. )Do you remember bird-eating trees not being a thing? 4211. )Do you remember eating apples being able to keep you from getting sick? 4212. )Do you remember being able to get sleepy from turkey and other tryptophan filled foods? 4213. )Do you remember being able to drink milk to get less bone fractures? 4214. )Do you remember being able to get acne from eating chocolate? 4215. )Do you rememeber vanilla ice cream or other vanilla desserts actually containing beaver anal glands? 4216. )Do you remember organic food being better than normal food instead of worse? 4217. )Do you remember natural sugar being better than processed sugar? 4218. )Do you remember eating ice cream worsening a cold? 4219. )Do you remember drinking coffee stunting your growth? 4220. )Do you remember sugar being as addictive as heroin or cocaine? (Was it more? )(Do the letters in the website logo look off? ) 4221. )Do you remember sugar and chocolate being aphrodisiacs? 4222. )Do you remember dogs and cats being full colorblind? 4223. )Do you remember lemmings actually killing themselves by jumping off cliffs? 4224. )Do you remember sharks not being able to get cancer? 4225. )Do you remember being able to get warts from frogs and toads? 4226. )Do you remember ostriches burying their heads in the sand when they are scared? 4227. )Do you remember the Apatosaurus being known as the Brontosaurus? 4228. )Do you remember sharks being able to smell a drop of blood from a mile away? 4229. )Do you remember goldfish having bad memories? 4230. )Do you remember giraffes sleeping for only 30 minutes a day? 4231. )Do you remember sharks being able to die if they stop swimming? 4232. )Do you remember poinsettias being poisonous enough to kill you? 4233. )Do you remember humans evolving from monkeys instead of a separate branch of ape like animals? 4234. )Do you remember the Moon's gravity being the reason for the tides? 4235. )Do you remember lightning never striking the same place twice? 4236. )Do you remember water conducting electricity? (Do the letters in the website logo look off? ) 4237. )Do you remember tectonic plates moving because of volcanism pushing them apart? 4238. )Do you remember the Sahara being the biggest desert on Earth? (Do the letters in the website logo look off? ) 4239. )Do you remember diamonds coming from coal? 4240. )Do you remember being closer to the Sun during summer? 4241. )Do you remember lightning causing thunder? 4242. )Do you remember every gene in your DNA coding one exact protein? 4243. )Do you remember all women being born with a vaginal tissue known as a hymen that blocks their vagina? mens 4244. )Do you remember eating carrots giving you good night vision? 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Link: This week at Bungie, we invited you to bear witness to Trials of Osiris. We assembled a dream team for tripleWRECK to lead, and pitted them against the most dreaded combatants from our Crucible Labs. The rest, as they say, is ancient history: Video Link From the highlight reel: Trials of Osiris is a special Crucible event in the House of Wolves This new PVP endgame activity features an Elimination gametype Every weekend, the event will take place on a different map Form a three-player Fireteam and matchmake against opponents Win more games to unlock better rewards Lose three games and your Trial is over You can enter as many times as you wish Each event runs from Friday until the weekly reset See Brother Vance in the Reef to test yourself! Our live reveal was merely the capstone for a pyramid of conversation about the Trials of Osiris, and other changes coming to the Crucible. While our pre-made Fireteams were duking it out in a Burning Shrine on Mercury, special guests to our studio were cleared to voice their opinions about what they experienced right here at Bungie. Fan out and find them! Image is also home to a new () event page, along with the rest of our own evolving coverage of what’s been said about the House of Wolves. Check it out to see the new maps that will expand your personal war to become a legend in the Crucible. Image Image Image Keep an eye on those pages. Next week, we’re going to prison: Prison of Elders Reveal Wednesday, May 6th 11 AM Pacific Professor Broman has been sentenced to do some hard time. We’ll see if he can survive a battle against the inmates. Will he be trapped in there with them? Or will they be trapped in there with him? 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Check out this preview of some of the details we released this week, as compiled with Senior Crucible Designer Derek Carroll: The spawn locking issue currently affecting Iron Banner will be fixed Legendary items will be added to post-game reward tables for all Crucible activities Your first match in the daily featured Crucible activity will earn you a new reward package each week Reputation and Mark gains will double for each completed Crucible match Etheric Light has a chance of being included in Iron Banner reward packages for Rank 3 and Rank 5 And, finally, these maps from The Dark Below will become the domain of all and be added to the standard rotation for select playlists: Pantheon Skyshock The Cauldron As always, the full suite of changes will be itemized and scrutinized in the Patch Notes. We’ll set your expectations for the exact date when all these changes arrive as it draws nearer. 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That will provide for 2, 767 nights for families to stay close to their children while the receive treatment for what ails them. Incredible! A special shout out to all of you who donated: Debra Stroehlein; Patrick Smith; Justin Huffman; Lisa Wright; Sophiea Tyler; Billy Hopkins; John-Paul Ballou; Brian Flieg; Michael Moran; Jorge Aponte; Lewis Moody; Paul Hoffmann; Carol Hartman; Melvin Scott; Donald Poche; Adam Stegner; Timothy Wynne; Ace Pratt; Benet Garcia; Brenda Jackson; Clydia Valibeigi; Lindsay Ruiz; Michael Thompson; Barbara Humphrey; Colleen Kigin; Eileen Quenin; Walter Weatherholtz; Andrew Cilento; William Kennedy; Cristian Martinez; Jacob Naegeli; John Guida; Simon O'Leary; Jason McMahon; Douglas Pak; Ryan Pearson; Michael Pryor; Brian Carpenter; Chad Green; Fel Michael Sarno; Fabio Deglinnocenti; Michael Connolly; Jake Giustiniani; Kiel Hawkins; Ethan Hixson; Steven Ferguson; Jacob Maguigad; Jim Hayes; Jacob Taylor; Matthew Churchman; Patrick Dooley; John McElroy; Jonathan Vasquez; Mark Crider; Steve McMaster; Marvin Kuan; Michael Gracie; Brian Wagus; Gary Rektor; Sean Greene; Lance Soales; Randy Ruiz; Timothy Rivers; Skye Knighton; Darrell Bruce; Mike Reimer; Eric Boschert; Jonathan McDonald; Kelly Draughon; Jason Fortunato; Eduardo Olmedo; David Stewart; Christopher Alejo; Sean Naubert;Mat Noguchi; Devin Jenkins; Christine Ohman; Carlos Pimentel; Michael Moutray; Abigail Rogers; Jason Lewis; James Hickey; Benjamin Bretzik; Chia Ma Sing; Theodore Denti; Julian DiAntonio; Chris Stacy; Ryan Pifer; Daniel Bordelon; Christopher Holloway; Peter Eckstein; Jaime Cruz-Morales; Andy Stokes; Irving Alvarez; Mark Flieg; Victor Andrews; Donald Stevens; Robert Ramirez; Manuka Petera; Charles Chester; Chris Poon; Mitchell Rudisel; Rebecca Emery; Brian V. 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