W.MS- The Day Between the Days
A day of quiet does not mean a day without vigilence.
Eyes open. Fingers crossed. Watch your back.
2nd on court 3 tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed! pic.twitter.com/qaHKOlgZgG— Aga Radwanska (@ARadwanska) July 5, 2015
Umm, yeah. We'll do that, Aga. (wink, wink)
ITF NEWS FROM THE MIDDLE SUNDAY:
Roland Garros girls champ Paula Badosa claimed her biggest pro title at the $25K challenger in Denain, defeating Irina Ramialison in the final to win her second career crown. The 17-year old won a $10K event back in 2013.
2014 U.S. Open girls champ Marie Bouzkova won the $10K La Possession title over South African Ilze Hattingh. The 16-year old Czech is 4-0 in pro finals since winning her junior slam title at Flushing Meadows late last summer.
In the $10K in Telavi, Georgia, 17-year old Slovene Tamara Zidansek won her third straight challenger title, running her winning streak to fifteen matches with a victory in the final over Hungary's Szabina Szlavikovics.
NCAA champ Jamie Loeb is playing the $25K El Paso final vs. fellow Bannerette Jennifer Brady. The North Carolina Tar Heel is looking to win her first challenger title since 2013. UPDATE: Loeb took the title, staging a comeback after dropping a 1st set tie-break and winning 6-7(7)/6-4/6-2.
NCAA champion Jamie Loeb(Q) wins El Paso $25K 67(7), 64, 62 over Jennifer Brady(2)— Colette Lewis (@zootennis) July 5, 2015
LIKE FROM THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: The proper preparation for a big match.
WHAT THE RAD MIGHT LOOK LIKE IN PHYSICAL FORM ON THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: You know, if It was a shill for Shell and all.
AWWWL, POOR PETRA ON THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: And, no, there's no sarcasm there. It really is sort of sad.
BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THIS IS "BAD" ON THE MIDDLE SUNDAY, THOUGH:
When someone tells you your best Slam of the year was going to come on grass pic.twitter.com/USntCrKTqm— WTA Reactions (@WTAreactions) July 4, 2015
YOUR 2015 WIMBLEDON CHAMPION ON THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: Still kidding. I...still...think...so?
BE ON THE LOOKOUT ON THIS MIDDLE SUNDAY: ...for this woman acting suspiciously. Just in case.
LIKE FROM THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: Memories... with another chapter to come on Centre Court.
LIKE FROM THE MIDDLE SUNDAY: Once again, Federer leads the way, while others follow.
AH, BUT IS THERE AN EMOJI FOR THAT ON THE MIDDLE SUNDAY?:
...and, finally, setting the table for tomorrow...
All for the Middle Sunday. More tomorrow.