Daily Bagel: Scheduling talks will go on

Tuesday October 11th, 2011

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

• Even without Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, the players may still meet to discuss scheduling issues in Shanghai. Or will they?

• Tennis pundits tell Denmark's Ekstra Bladet (English translation here) that Caroline Wozniacki isn't the best tennis player in the world.

• The WTA is hoping to tap new markets with its Championships in Istanbul.

• Andy Roddick will prepare for the Australian Open by playing the Kooyong Classic.

• Sports Business Journal lists its "Game Changers: Women In Sports Business." Stacey Allaster (WTA CEO), Anne Worcester (Tournament Director, New Haven Open), and Jill Smoller (Serena Williams' agent) all made the list.

• Steve Tignor takes a look at Aga Radwanska's superlative two-week run.

• Is Radwanska the anti-Wozniacki?

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