Amy Eddings hates tennis. Her loathing compels her to push her body to the limit in lessons and match play, with the goal of one day ending her husband’s ability to return serve with a snaky drop-shot winner.
For two weeks during the U. S. Open, the spotlight shines especially bright on both the veterans and the rising stars of U. S. tennis. John McEnroe says many years of American success during his era may have spoiled tennis fans.
John Russo’s professional portfolio boasts magazine covers featuring A-list actors such as Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts, but he has also worked with many top tennis stars.
When Heather Watson won the 2012 HP Open in Osaka, she lifted more than just the trophy – she also raised hopes for the future of British women’s tennis
Virginie Razzano, an elegant player born in Dijon, France, calls herself “the girl with a smile.” At last year’s French Open, she had plenty to smile about as she handed Serena Williams a stunning first-round defeat
Talk about champagne wishes and caviar dreams, French champagne maker Moet & Chandon signed a five-year, $30 million deal to secure Roger Federer as a brand ambassador. The Swiss star is now reportedly earning $50 million a year in endorsements.
Big things come in small packages when you’re referring to world No. 4 Agi Radwanska, the 5-foot-8, 116-pound Pole. She may be slight of frame, but she’s a celebrity powerhouse, ranking first in Forbes list of most powerful Polish show business stars.
The two former players and current tournament directors at Indian Wells and Miami respectively, spoke to Tracey DeFrancesco of Tennis View recently.