Saturday, September 26, 2009

Survivor Insights 36: Double Screw-up for Foa Foa

Host Jeff Probst fired back. He kicked out a castaway during an immunity challenge for the first time and this castaway was not Russel H. but…

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Survivor Insights 35: Frustrated!

It’s confirmed! Survivor Samoa will not be aired in the Philippine Local Channels. Studio 23 no longer has the rights, so is CS. Now, QTV will not air it and I’m not sure what’s the big reason behind. GMA 7 has already brought Survivor Gabon and Survivor Tocantins and now, they will just ax the nineteenth season without formal notice to the loyal televiewers.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

US Open 2009: Memorable Wins for Clijsters and Del Potro

During the earlier rounds in the singles, two American names were a stand-out at the Flushing Meadows. First on the mat is John Isner. Coming to US Open as 55 in the world, the 6′9″ American needed to survive a first-round-scare against 29th seed Victor Hanescu, 6-1, 7-6, 7-6. Yet, Isner continued his fantastic run at the slam with a straight sets second round win over Marsel Ilhan and show the world he’s the next Serve-and-Volleyer superstar.


Friday, September 11, 2009

Survivor Insights 34: Survivor Philippines Season 2- The New “Stronger” Korror

As of this writing, expect that Carol (former Korror) and Maya (former Airai) were no longer in the competition and Justine was still with Jumbo in Isla Purgatoryo. Last Monday, a tribe switch occurred and a new “stronger” Korror was formed, consisting of the six charismatic and competitive castaways to date (Shaun, Marvin, Suzuki, Echo, Jef and Amanda). This is like a dream team, lol.

New Korror’s Strength and Weaknesses


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Funny Side of Novak Djokovic

Found the link in Twitter and yeah, it was a fun watching it. Novak Djokovic reunites with his clown personality and imitates the American “Serve-and-Volleyer” Leftie, John McEnroe right at the center of Arthur Ashe Stadium. As you remember, John McEnroe won US Open three times in a row (1979, 1980, 1981) and in the year I was born (1984), McEnroe maimed Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia in straight sets.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

What's Wrong with Ana Ivanovic?

If Ana Ivanovic claims to be perfectionist, that troubles her a lot. I am aware her serves are inconsistent (right timing not there oftentimes) and Darren Cahill and Sven Groenveld can do something about it. What these coaches can’t 70% solve is Ana Ivanovic’s confidence during the match. The feeling is totally different in a big stadium, yes, but how come the likes of Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and Roger Federer survive a scare and Ana can’t?

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