She won the 2017 US Open Tennis Open, and although some are comparing her to Serena Williams (#1 FEAR), between the ears, she is no Serena Williams. We are talking about Sloane Stephens, the talented and extremely athletic womens tennis professional who took home the Grand Slam title against fellow American Madison Keys over the weekend to win her first major title. “It hasn’t sunk in yet, but hopefully in a little while once I, like, am able to lay down and relax and think about it, I’ll realize that I really am the US Open champion.”

Stephens is a #13 FCIR (even though at times she resembles a smiley #9 FCAR like Simone Biles). She is extremely strong, and is “very engaging. She can walk into a room and really command a presence in the room.”

Meanwhile, Raphael Nadal took home another major title by winning the mens circuit. Remember that Nadal is a lefty, enabling him to better utilize the gross motors. This phenomenon can be witnessed in other sports with such FCIR players as Bill Russell of basketball, baseball’s Babe Ruth, Sandy Koufax, and Clayton Kershaw, and the NFL’s Gayle Sayers and Sebastian Janikowski. All of these have manifested superior gross proficiencies for CIA owls.

Written by: Staff
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