I came to the U.S.A as a teenager to pursue my career in medicine. I am a board certified New York State physician. My career is in the medical field but I am passionate about writing, tennis, traveling and photography. To pursue my passions, I created my blog in 2014. I write about tennis and philosophical issues at www.serveandrally.com. You can find some of my original photographic works there as well. My articles have been published online at www.frontfootsports.com and www.enigmalife.com.
I am still a part time practicing physician as well.
Ryan Harrison showed glimpses of the talent that has long
been spoken of early in the season when he won his first career singles title
in his first ever final. He topped that in doubles by winning his first major title at Roland Garros.
John Isner and Juan Martin Del Potro were both fighting for
the same thing, a chance to play in the ATP Finals. A win today would guarantee
the Argentine a place in the Finals; however, Isner had no desire of relinquishing
his dream of making the Finals as well.
The Shanghai Rolex
Masters is one of the few big tournaments left before the season ends and
everyone is hoping to end their season on a high by going deep in the draw. John Isner and Viktor Troicki were equally motivated to get to the quarterfinals.
It was second time lucky for the Bosnian. Damir Dzumhur missed out on an
opportunity earlier this season to claim his first title and things looked grim
after he dropped the first set today; however, an injured Fabio Fognini was unable to put up much resistance in the latter
stages of the match.