Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Tennis is Over, Now What?

There's still plenty of tennis to be played in the next couple of months (Federer himself has about 3000 points to defend), but for the most part the tennis season has unofficially ended with the crowning of its newest champions in New York. It's been an insane summer of tennis stretching all the way back to days of European clay then to London grass and finally the North American hard courts. Players and fans are exhausted and many are probably feeling a kinship to the image above from The Royal Tenenbaums.

This is about the time when my tennis brain takes a break to make way for the barrage of new TV and movies on the horizon. The fall TV season has essentially already started and I will be making a post later today to pick out those shows I'm looking most forward to seeing. The Toronto Film Festival in the meantime is in full swing and along with the Venice Film Festival, which wrapped up a few days ago, it could only mean that Oscar season is upon us once again! Already there are many films I can't wait to see the next few months. More on those a bit later this week! Sometime in the next couple weeks, I will finally react to the almost two-month-old Emmy nominations as well as post Part 2 of my Summer TV recap (read Part 1 here).

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