Bright lights. Arthur Ashe Stadium. New York City. A fitting scene for an American tennis player with a big serve and an even bigger personality to have had some of the most memorable moments of his career.
Watching the typical tennis match unfold, a spectator becomes aware of the internal logic guiding players through rallies in the modern game.
It is often said that tennis is a game of inches, and in professional tennis, a slight change of court speed can be the difference between an outright winner and a ball that is pummelled back
Roger and Rafa’s rivalry is important to tennis, but it means even more to its die-hard fans.
The conversation about the WTA in early 2012 had revolved around the rise of Petra Kvitova to the throne occupied by Caroline Wozniacki, an event awaited with little suspense
Madrid clay was red, now it is blue. It’s the first time in history that a tournament originally designated as red clay surface switched colors.
We discuss eight contenders at both Wimbledon and the Olympics, predicting which event would mean more to each of them personally or professionally.
In an exclusive interview with Tennis View, Clijsters talked about her biggest accomplishments and disappointments, her plans for the future, and what she hopes people will remember about her career as a professional tennis player.
Amid the doom and gloom cast in recent years on the state of American tennis, a particularly ebullient image emerged at the 2011 US Open. Fresh off the court from her upset of No. 23 seed Shahar Peer, Sloane Stephens sat down at her press conference and addressed the doubters.