Truth is that in the past year I started writing for a few Italian and international tennis websites and this is taking a lot of time. Come to think that during the WTA Finals, I was writing some four articles every evening in two different languages...it is quite a challenge, though I love it.
In the time between my latest post and this one, I have done lots: I finished my MA in sports journalism in London at the Saint Mary's University of Twickenham, with a final project which was a documentary on the media pressure on the growth of a sports talent. Here's a sneak peek of the final work on Alessia Trost (athletics):
I have also attended WTA Linz, where I had the chance to interview a few players, including Camila Giorgi and Karolina Pliskova. With that, I got accreditation for four events this year, with another event coming up next week in Brescia, a number I will try to improve in 2015!
I promise I will try to keep up with the Alpine skiing on this page, for which I have not started writing on any other publication, but I am basically full time busy writing about tennis nowadays, which makes it quite hard to come back here and write about tennis more.
If you please to keep up with my writing, however, you can follow me on twitter here @ and/or keep an eye on the other publications I write for. For the international readers of this page, I write often on the English page of ubitennis.com and here you can keep track of my latest pieces: http://www.ubitennis.com/english/author/gasparin/
For the Italian readers, well, I picked up my Italian after a whole year in London and increased the number of articles in my native language, so you can read my pieces on www.ubitennis.com and www.spaziotennis.com