This Week in Tennis November 3, 2012: Should the Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals be Moved to January?

On this edition of This Week in Tennis Professional Photographer/Tennis Blogger Craig Doyle joins Phil for a lively discussion with topics such as Bernard Tomic, the BNP Barnibas Paris Masters, this past weekends New York Jets Miami Dolphins game and whether or not the date of the ATP World Tour Finals should be changed from its current date of November to a later date of January as well as a brief look at next weeks final.

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One thought on “This Week in Tennis November 3, 2012: Should the Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals be Moved to January?

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