Tennis Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Writer. Tennis. Brooklyn. Husband. Father. Bald.
online.wsj.com — Eidon Press/Zuma Press The general consensus about this year's French Open is that the moment Roland Garros swings open its gates Sunday, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams will begin a slow and inevitable procession to the men's and women's titles. Barring an uprising from Novak Djokovic, this outcome is considered a fait accompli.
online.wsj.com — Pretend for a moment, if you can bear it, that you are Terry Collins. You arrive at the ballpark hours before most everyone else, still smarting over the desultory baseball you witnessed the night before. You pull out a blank lineup card and consider the possible combinations, believing this is the day you will find one that works.
online.wsj.com — In his four years as commissioner, Larry Scott has transformed the stately, sleepy Pacific-10 Conference into the big-business Pac-12, expanding the conference and quadrupling its annual television-rights revenue. Scott cashed in on his aggressive moves in 2011-12, earning more than $3 million, according to tax documents released by the conference Sunday.
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