Monday September 26th, 2011

The Daily Bagel is your dose of the interesting reporting, writing and quipping from around the Internet.

• The Bryan brothers blog about putting on a clinic at San Quentin prison.

•'s Steve Tignor and Kamakshi Tandon look back at the U.S. Open and what it might mean for the future.

• Andy Roddick says there will be "a conversation" about a players' union, but everyone should hold their horses.

• Sam Querrey needed surgery to repair an umbilical cord infection.

• According to the Belfast Telegraph, Rory McIlroy took Caroline Wozniacki home to meet the parents.

• WTA Tour pro Varvara Lepchenko blogs about her successful quest to become an American citizen.

• A recap of the Champions Series' visit to Washington, D.C.

• Peter Bodo with a convincing defense of the ITF.

• The man who helped Novak Djokovic with his nutrition speaks: "I started teaching Nole simple things, like avoid talking on the telephone and eating because you're ignoring your food."

• Is Jelena Dokic attempting to reconcile with her volatile father?

• Tignor puts into words what we all unconsciously do, regardless of the sport we play: We copy the pros.

• One of the most underreported stories in tennis: Maria Sharapova is adorkable. • Non-tennis: Really interesting read on Afghanistan's national sport, buzkashi, after 9/11.

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