Netflix Break Point needs to be converted from next gen


January 23, 2023

Netflix break pointIt’s the entry point for the new wave of tennis fans as the seniors stagger out of town. Anyone who watched the first episodes will know that the effect it had on his subjects in Melbourne was like a curse Be sure to come dance on relationships. All the boys and girls featured so far were knocked out in week one. Or before the game even started in the case of Nick Kyrgios. You hang your marketing hat on the entertainer and he just shows up for the crappy show. gee

Tennis needs twentysomethings to fight new battles

This soft restart of the game fights against the grain to replace the “old” with the new (or not-so-mature). Except that the seniors are a hell of a sight to behold. Roger Federer’s crying is the content we need. With all due respect to the fallen let’s call it “Netflix 10”.‘ – How much do we miss them when they’re not around? Not much. Give me room frame time with a 35 year old metal hip. That is exciting!

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Murray still swings above the B-listers

A week is a long time in tennis. Andy Murray won’t tell you that was the Australian Open in the first week, but, eh, he was. What the 4am Scot has achieved against Netflix victim Thanasi Kokkinakis (and previously Matteo Berrettini) is simply not possible. That’s why we watch sports. There is a very high chance that games will be won and lost functionally. See Djoker vs De Minaur. Real sport, real competition demands pure passion despite all adversities. Murray still offers true strength when he’s deep in the proverbial pit. The up and coming Twentysomethings aren’t colorless, but they’re not on the A-list just yet.

Taylor Fritz freezes against injured Rafa

Jannik Sinner and Stefanos Tsitsipas was a glimpse into the future of what a five-set Grand Slam final might look like. Likewise, Holger Rune and Andrey Rublev was quite a “roller coaster ride,” as the Russian put it. But were we enchanted? Were we heavily invested in these new kids on the block? Not quite. Meanwhile, Ons Jabeur cried like she’d lost another biggie and ‘loner’ Daniil Medvedev was bowled over in three sets by Seb Korda, ‘the worst athlete in his family’ and a rising star who hasn’t quite gotten anywhere. While rumors of retirement circulated around an incapacitated Rafa Nadal, let’s recall the Spaniard endured agony at Wimbledon and still defeated Taylor Fritz, another potential American hope to drop out. As Jimmy Connors once said, “People don’t seem to understand that there’s a bloody war out there.”

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It’s time the newbies and those in their prime took on the Empire’s final years. Australian Open fireworks come from man who was told he would do it never played professional sports again six years ago. It’s great, but it’s not sustainable. A new audience is waiting to be conquered. Djokovic looks like he could win the whole thing on one foot. Paralyzed or not, there has to be a twist somewhere to make this interesting.

The first spectator numbers for the Australian Open have fallen

With Melbourne entering a second week, it could be a tenth coronation for the Serb but there is a need for another story soon. Host broadcaster Nine Network certainly suffered without the Stardust names of home favorite Ash Barty and recently retired grandees Serena Williams and Roger Federer. The coverage recorded an average metropolitan audience of 357,000, almost 300,000 fewer than the opening night of the Barty Melbourne Party in 2022.

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Tennis needs some new recruits to get clicks. It takes heroes who lure not only to a documentary, but also to the square itself. The substance, the character, the drama, the subplot, the controversies call for a rewrite as memories of Fedal begin to fade. Let’s hope the weekend offers more than just a glimpse of a symbiotic fresh start. No offense Novak.

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