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Patrick Mouratoglou

By David Cox 05/02/2014

Patrick Mouratoglou’s eye-catching work with Grigor Dimitrov and Aravane Rezai has long established him a reputation as one of the most tactically astute coaches in the game.

Michael Mmoh

By Joey Hanf 05/02/2014

Standing at a towering 6-foot-1 and in the top 10 of junior rankings, 16-year-old American Michael Mmoh is looking to bring his hard-hitting game to the pro tour.

David Ferrer: Tasting the Fruits of His Labors at Las

By David Cox, Chris Skelton 05/02/2014

Late in a career of patient toil, the indefatigable veteran from Spain finally has seen his efforts rewarded.

Michael Chang

In June 1989 Michael Chang stunned the tennis world when he defeated No. 1 Ivan Lendl in the fourth round of the French Open before ousting Stefan Edberg in a momentous five-set final.

Stanislas wawrinka enters the elite

By David Cox, Chris Skelton 03/13/2014

The new Swiss No. 1 found the courage to blaze his own trail to the top.

Chris Kermode, ATP's new face of the golden era

By David Cox 03/13/2014

Chris Kermode takes the reins of the ATP and talks about his vision and challenges

Tomas Berdych Flies His Flag with Pride

By David Cox 03/13/2014

Normally reserved, the Czech talks about his strong ties to family, his girlfriend and his country.

Simona Halep, A Woman For All Surfaces

By Chris Skelton 03/13/2014

Simona Halep takes crucial strides toward becoming members of the sport’s elite.

Donal Logue: When Tennis Meets Hollywood

By David Cox 01/14/2014

Tennis View caught up with Logue to speak about his lifelong love of the game.

Will Rafa Retain His Throne?

By Tracey DeFrancesco 04/29/2013

Rafael Nadal captured his seventh French Open title in 2012, surpassing previous record-holder Bjorn Borg and furthering his reputation as arguably the best clay-court player of all time.


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