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In fact, the passion is actually worse when it’s occurring on the two lane driveway in my front yard – my dad presiding over cricket matches with improvised rules.Six and out, wheelie bin for wickets and when the ball cannot be retrieved even by the dog – definitely out.
Many of our current players have slid in and out of the Top 20 but Australia has not had a world number one since Hewitt.
So I wait for the Davis Cup team to grow up under Lleyton’s tutelage and get fired up watching our women tennis players, the bouncy tenaciousness of Daria Gavrilova and the steely determination of Ash Barty – knowing the future of Aussie tennis is bright even if it’s perhaps too hard to call because Top 20 in the world is an incredible achievement by any standard but it ain’t number one – and I’ll keep relishing those moments Lleyton comes back out of retirement to strut his stuff on the doubles court, thankful he’s still got it – the power to exhilarate and light up the winner inside me.
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The great battles in life are not going down in drama theatres, they’re not happening in-between the dusty covers of old books, they’re happening every weekend on sporting fields.
I know this because my dad and everyone else in my suburb is into sport, and really, I have no choice. This is the 1980s and the passion that flares in the smoke-filled lounge rooms of suburban houses and public bars is addictive.
Unfortunately, life is not a Nicholas Sparks movie; love isn’t always reciprocated, and it doesn’t always end in a happily ever after.
I had to learn this hard truth, and chances are, you’re reading this because you have, too.