Thursday September 29th, 2011

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

@BNPMasters tweeted that epic match point video. Well worth a watch.

• The ATP and WTA are looking to curb courtside betting by selling live scores. This seems ill-conceived. I'll have more on this later.

• Lots of unionization details in Jon Wertheim's mailbag.

• You'll need Google Translate, but here's an odd story: Police in Belgium had to interview Justine Henin regarding some potentially shady dealings by an investment company. Don't worry, she's not a suspect.

• Li Na has signed with yet another sponsor, this time a Chinese drinking water company.

• A nice look at the World Tour Finals, with a detailed eye toward the players' playing schedules.

• There could be a WTA tournament in Belgrade next year. • Non-tennis: Did you miss the display America's pastime put on Wednesday night? It was hands down the most incredible five minutes of sports I have ever witnessed. Incredible.

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