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• From Doug Robson, a Q&A with the Bryan brothers about their 2014 season.
• After Federer trounced Murray 6-0, 6-1 on Thursday:
• On A Sixpence created a print graphic using the periodic table to show details of every winner of either the men's or women's Wimbledon singles championships:
• Sometimes Roger Federer hits shots that make you go "PFFFFFFFFT."
• Doug Robson reports the ATP World Tour Finals will stay in London through 2016.
• Great stuff from Nick McCarvel for USA Today: How the heck will the ATP sell it's next group of stars after the Big Four are gone?
• NBA Commissioner Adam Silver wants to see betting made legal in the United States. Just thinking about how that would impact tennis, which is a big betting sport in Europe, makes me nauseous.
• Milos Raonic pulled out of the ATP World Tour Finals with a leg injury. You know who didn't have a leg injury? His substitute, David Ferrer:
• Marin Cilic has been terrible in London. But really, who cares?
• With all the one-way traffic, does something need to be done to make the ATP Finals more compelling? Some good suggestions herebut let's not get carried away. This year has been an anomaly.
• ICYMI: The scorelines this week at the ATP Finals have included only one three-set match, eight breadsticks and two bagels. Check out SI.com's comparisons between this year and the previous four ATP World Tour Finals round robin matches.