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My Story Of The YearBobby Reynolds did not win at Wimbledon on Thursday, or did he? The scoreboard showed the world No. 1 Novak Djokovic defeated Reynolds, 7-6 (2), 6-3, 6-1, on Centre Court, and after winning three qualifying matches and a gutsy five-setter in his opening round, Reynolds’s 2013 singles campaign at the championships was over. He lost to a better player. He won in every other way one could imagine.
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Dartfish MastersCraig O'Shannessy is a pioneer in tennis with Dartfish software. Craig developed one the first tagging panels and has used the world's best motion analysis software to break down thousands of strokes and matches. Craig was a featured speaker at the 2011 Dartfish USA National Conference in Colorado Springs, CO. Come learn from the best.
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Sports Illustrated InterviewHow do you beat the #1 player in the world? Sports Illustrated celebrated tennis writer, Jon Wertheim, interviewed Craig O'Shannessy at the 2013 French Open to discuss the match-up between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova - as well as other key analytics of our game.
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