Besides winning Bangkok title, Ram-Erlich engage in new hobby: blogging

Tennis duo, ranked 7th in the world, writes about the experience before, during and after wining the Thailand Open.

By SHANI ROSENFELDER
October 3, 2006 14:35
Besides winning Bangkok title, Ram-Erlich engage in new hobby: blogging

ram erlich tennis 88.248. (photo credit: AP [file])

 
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One thing is for certain. Aside from being great doubles tennis players, Israeli duo Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich are definitely one of the most easy-going personalities in the world of professional tennis. Off the court that is. Andy, always, but always, has a smile splashed around his face. Joking around has nearly become their trademark. Again, off the court. The AndyYoni duo, as they call themselves, has taken upon itself another entertaining task. To write a blog on the ATP Web site during the Thailand Open in Bangkok. The result, as you will see, is quite amusing. By the way, AndyYoni won the lucrative Thailand Open title and are now ranked 7th in the world. But that's a only a side-kick… Check it out: Doubles Revolution

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