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Tag Archives: naomi osaka
changing of the guard in Queens (New York, that is)
As Serena Williams said in her farewell on-court interview following her loss this year in the US Open, there would be no Serena if it weren’t for her sister Venus. Tennis fans who have followed the professional tennis world for … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Personal, photography, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is, The Way Life Should Be Tagged 2022 us open, arthur ashe stadium, carlos alcaraz, casper ruud, caty mcnally, coco gauff, iga swiatek, naomi osaka, novak djokovic, pretty, rafa nadal, roger federer, serena williams, taylor townsend, the williams sisters, venus williams 2 Comments
us open: a time to remember, a time to look forward
On September 08, 2001 Venus Williams won the women’s singles championship of the US Open Tennis Tournament in New York City for the second straight year (and for the last time) by defeating her younger sister Serena. It was the … Continue reading
Posted in family life, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, politics, racism, Reflections, sexism, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is, The Way Life Should Be Tagged 09/11, 2021 us open women's singles championship, althea gibson, ash barty, belinda bincic, billie jean king, emma raducanu, kerber, leylah fernandez, naomi osaka, original 9, rosie casals, sabalenka, sakkari, shelby rogers, svitolina, virginia wade, williams sisters 6 Comments
VAMOS! Oh, to be 18 again
Eighteen year old Carlos Alcaraz Garfia upset the #3 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas under the Friday night lights of Arthur Ashe Stadium at the 2021 US Open Tennis Tournament last night to earn a trip to the fourth round in the … Continue reading
Posted in family life, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is, The Way Life Should Be Tagged andrey rublev, carloa alcaraz garfia, frances tiafoe, leylah fernandez, naomi osaka, new york city fans, novak djokovich, rafa nadal, roger federer, stefanos tsitsipas, us open tennis 2021 tournament, venus and serena williams 4 Comments
this country doesn’t love us back
“There are other cases… of officers who seem to be ‘trigger happy.’ In a number of instances, Negroes have been shot, supposedly in self-defense, under circumstances indicating, at best, unsatisfactory police work…and at worst, a callous willingness to kill.” (Excerpt … Continue reading
Posted in family life, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, politics, racism, Reflections, sexism, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is Tagged 1947 report to secure these rights, breonna taylor, covid-19 pandemic, doc rivers, eric garner, freddie gray, george floyd, harry truman, hurricane laura, jacob blake, michael brown, naomi osaka, police brutality, rayshard brooks, samuel dubose, senator kamala harris, tamir rice, terrence sterling, trayvon martin, walter scott, wildfires in california 6 Comments