Daily Bagel: Video-game friendly

Tuesday November 8th, 2011

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

• Highlights from Marat Safin's final match in 2009 in Bercy above.

• Why tennis is a testing ground for new video game technology.

• The science of watching sports: How your brain pretends to hit forehands like Roger Federer.

• Martina Hingis joins the Mouratoglou Academy as a consultant. (Google-translated version here.)

• Adam Scott confirms he's back together with Ana Ivanovic.

• The Czech Fed Cup team parties in Moscow.

• "McWozilroy," doing what they do.

• Bookforum looks at some essential tennis writing.

weighs in on the sickening Penn State scandal
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