Date of publication: 2017-11-25 08:05
Grigor Dimitrov and Nick Kyrgios are two of the most watchable players on tour, with sure feel and shot-making for days. They may also be the two players with the most inborn talent but the least hardware to show for it. They are almost certainly the two players with the strangest “posts on this blog:title wins” ratio. And yet there they were yesterday, in the final of the Masters 1555 in Cincinnati, at 26 and 22 competing for the most significant title of either player’s life. Dimitrov, the Federer-lite who looked so dominant early this season, played some startlingly good ball and won 6-8, 7-5.
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Newton said he “absolutely” believes Kaepernick should be on a roster, and even starting, this season. When he was asked if he believes Kaepernick’s unemployment is tied to his kicking off of the national anthem protests, he gave a pretty interesting response: “That’s a question that all the players in the National Football League are trying to answer.”
The NFL is back this weekend, bringing with it the highest concentration of takes from media members and star players since February. Inevitably, a bunch of them are about whether or not Colin Kaepernick deserves to be on an NFL roster.
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