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Roland Garros Style

By Staff 05/02/2014

Influenced by feminine lines as well as traditional 1920’s tennis styles, the 11-piece collection features a bow-adorned polo shirt, pleated skirt, fishnet visor, decorative scarf and umbrella and more.

Book Review: The Tennis Drill Book

By Staff 05/02/2014

An essential reference for any player or coach.

Serena Williams

By Staff 03/26/2014

The Tennis View roundtable returns to break down the key headlines of the Sony Open in Miami, from the dominance of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to the resurgence of Caroline Wozniacki.

Feliciano Lopez, combines tradition with style

By Staff 03/13/2014

A traditionalist at heart, the 32-year-old Spaniard keeps style simple while yearning for the return of short-shorts.

Stanislas Wawrinka

By Staff 03/11/2014

Tennis View contributors discuss the early losses of Maria Sharapova, Rafael Nadal, and Victoria Azarenka, plus the strong form of Li Na, Agnieszka Radwanska, Stanislas Wawrinka, and Roger Federer at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.

Li Na

By Staff 01/24/2014

Who will win the women’s title at the 2014 Australian Open? Either Li Na or Dominika Cibulkova will become a first-time champion Down Under.

Janko Flips for Burgers

By Staff 01/14/2014

After a long road trip on tour, Janko Tipsarevic enjoys kicking back at home in Belgrade, Serbia, to a home-cooked meal. And when the fitness buff ties on an apron, he splurges.

Samantha Stosur's Mode, Travel to Melbourne Like a Native

By Staff 01/14/2014

Few people on tour know Melbourne, Australia as intimately as the WTA’s Aussie Samantha Stosur. If you find yourself making the trek anytime soon, let’s say, for instance, during the Australian Open, Sam has suggestions to help you lead a most enjoyable vacation. She says some of her favorite hometown hobbies include mountain bike riding, snorkeling and eating.

Roddick Returns to Delray Beach

By Staff 01/14/2014

With just over a year of retirement under his belt, former world No. 1 tennis player, Andy Roddick, is back in the game in the city where he played his first professional tournament as an 18-year-old.

Nike Tennis Camps – SERIOUS. FUN.

By Staff 01/14/2014

Want to improve your game this summer?


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