Tennis' Beijing Olympic moment is history. Although it was a challenge (to say the least) to actually track down broadcasts or streaming of the matches, it was so worth the effort. Thanks to NBCOlympics.com and all the tennis bloggers out there who posted TV and online broadcast schedules - you rock!
Those of us who truly appreciate the Olympic experience know this week was a great showcase for the sport:
Rafael Nadal continued an incredible season by capturing the gold medal over Fernando Gonzalez; Russia swept the women's singles medals (the first country since 1908 to accomplish the feat) with Elena Dementieva adding gold to her 2000 silver medal after defeating Dinara Safina; Roger Federer finally earned the elusive Olympic medal grabbing gold with Stanislas Wawrinka in men's doubles; and Venus + Serena made it five total gold medals for the Williams' household when they won the women's doubles going 10-0 in Olympic doubles play.
Simon Aspelin + Tomas Johansson (silver), Roger Federer + Stanislas Wawrinka (gold), Bob + Mike Bryan (bronze)
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