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Men's Tennis In A Golden Age Following Djokovic's Record-Setting Aussie Win
Published January 30, 2012
FORGET PARITY: In Jacksonville, David Johnson wrote parity "works well in the NFL, but it’s not doing much for women’s tennis." Diehard tennis fans "enjoy the play and the personalities of the women’s game as much as the men’s game." But the state of the game is "vastly different." With Victoria Azarenka's win over Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open finals, women’s tennis is "dominated by parity with five different winners in the last five majors" (JACKSONVILLE.com, 1/28).