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Your Turn Charles Ledbetter, Tulsa, OK

Your Turn

Monday, August 05, 2013

I’m not a gym-only kind of guy; I love being outdoors and playing sports. Unlike other “team” sports, with tennis, I try harder and exert more energy because it’s only me on one side of the net.

Health advice at-a-glance

Health advice at-a-glance

Monday, August 05, 2013

Be mindful of whom you hang out with because your friends’ habits may become yours – for better or for worse.

Hit a Killer Slice Backhand

Hit a Killer Slice Backhand

Monday, August 05, 2013

Professional and recreational players employ the slice backhand to set up an approach shot, to slow down the ball while recovering from a defensive position, or to handle a low bounce.

Lisa Laura

Lisa Raymond’s new decade of doubles

Monday, August 05, 2013

At 40, Lisa Raymond enters her third decade on tour, changes doubles partners, and continues tour success

Grigor Dimitrov Ready to Test the Best

Grigor Dimitrov Ready to Test the Best

Monday, August 05, 2013

Grigor Dimitrov’s place among the stars has been mapped out since he won the Wimbledon junior title in 2008. With his brooding good looks and effortless game, he appeared made for the spotlight, and journalists hungry for a headline swiftly anointed him as “the next big thing” in men’s tennis.

American Hopefuls // Who will carry the flag for U.S. tennis?

American Hopefuls // Who will carry the flag for U.S. tennis?

Monday, August 05, 2013

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.

Juan Martin

Capital Gains: Washington and Carlsbad in Review

Monday, August 05, 2013

Two former US Open champions claimed titles on opposite coasts, while a star from the recent past launched her latest comeback.

Starting the Series:  Stanford, Atlanta, and More

Starting the Series: Stanford, Atlanta, and More

Monday, July 29, 2013

: The tallest man in the top 50 and the shortest woman in the top 50 kicked off the US Open Series with titles at Atlanta and Stanford.

Serena Williams

The Swan Song of Clay: Events in Hambu0rg, Bastad, Bad Gastein

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Three European clay events filled the last week before the US Open Series begins. These tournaments attracted two of the greatest players in tennis history despite their minor status. Read about how Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and their rivals fared

Nicolas Mahut

Calm After the Storm: The Week after Wimbledon

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Five small tournaments unfolded in the week after Wimbledon on two surfaces and two continents. You might see a few unfamiliar names in this article who could become more familiar in the future.


No Forgetting This Fortnight: Wimbledon 2013 in Review

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

This sequel to an article on the Wimbledon champions and finalists looks at some of the other stars, disappointments, and surprises from the last two weeks.

Andy Murray

Worth The Wait: The Final Weekend of Wimbledon

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Both Andy Murray and Marion Bartoli triumphed in their second attempt to win a Wimbledon title, Murray ending a historic drought with his.

Andy Murray

A Sunday for Second Chances: The Men’s Semifinals at Wimbledon

Friday, July 05, 2013

For the seventh time in ten years, the Wimbledon final features the top two men in the world. After a tournament filled with upsets, fans can look forward to a climax worthy of the event’s grandeur.

Two Paths, One Destination: The Women’s Semifinals at Wimbledon

Thursday, July 04, 2013

For just the second time in the Open era, both women in the Wimbledon final seek the first major title of their careers

Novak Djokovic

Don’t Laugh at the Djoker: The Men’s Quarterfinals at Wimbledon

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

The Wimbledon men’s quarterfinals produced three relatively straightforward matches and one thriller.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Radwanska and the Rest: The Women’s Quarterfinals at Wimbledon

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

The only top-10 woman to reach the semifinals, Agnieszka Radwanska spearheads a curious group of women’s semifinalists.

Sabine Lisicki

Manic For A Moment: Fourth-Round Headlines at Wimbledon

Monday, July 01, 2013

Six players reached their first career quarterfinals at Wimbledon after a Monday highlighted by one enormous upset and dominance performances from most of the other favorites.

Serena Williams

Splendor in the Grass: Previewing Manic Monday

Sunday, June 30, 2013

: All of the Wimbledon fourth-round matches unfold on “Manic Monday,” one of the busiest days on the tennis calendar.

Fields of Glory (VI):  Wimbledon Day 6 Recap

Fields of Glory (VI): Wimbledon Day 6 Recap

Sunday, June 30, 2013

The sun returned on Saturday after two days befuddled by rain, allowing Wimbledon to set its lineups for Monday’s pivotal fourth-round encounters.

Fields of Glory (V): Wimbledon Day 5 Recap

Friday, June 28, 2013

Dodging the raindrops on Friday, a curious assortment of home hopes, rising stars, and underdogs extended their Wimbledon fortnights.