From the time Maria Sharapova lifted the Wimbledon trophy nearly a decade ago, fans have been smitten and her every move documented. And there’s plenty to detail as she juggles tennis, modeling, romance, charity work and, relatively new to her list, business.
Constant training, tournaments and travel make for a busy existence on the ATP tour. Add the responsibility of fatherhood and life can get very interesting.
Three-time Slam winner and Olympic gold medalist Lindsay Davenport has a lot to be thankful for.
Every weekday morning, Steve Doocy informs and entertains the viewers of Fox News Channel’s morning show, Fox and Friends. When his studio gig is done for the day, he sheds the business suit for sports apparel, taking that passion to the tennis court.
Lucie Safarova is a top 20 player and star member of the 2012 winning Fed Cup team, and now dreams of winning a major.
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If it weren’t for Andy Roddick suddenly announcing his retirement August 30, this publisher’s letter would be focused on the other Andy, the one from Great Britain, Andy Murray, who finally won his first major. Murray’s 2012 US Open accomplishment is huge.
Watching Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal react negatively to the new blue clay at Madrid, and subsequently losing to underdogs, triggered a flashback to one of my recent matches, reinforcing the impact of attitude.
Tennis View Magazine asked an expert panel to explain the Murray-Lendl relationship thus far.