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Will Rafa Retain His Throne?

Will Rafa Retain His Throne?

Monday, April 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.


A Volunteer Team Improves Lives in Kenya with Medical Treatment, Hope and Tennis

Maasai Medical Mission Improves Lives in Kenya with Medical Treatment, Hope and Tennis

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Standing on a tennis court made of packed cow dung and dirt, American Robert Quall looked across the net at his African students.


When the Djoker Laughs Last:  Monte Carlo and Fed Cup

When the Djoker Laughs Last: Monte Carlo and Fed Cup

Monday, April 22, 2013

Read about what Novak Djokovic called the best decision of his life, another historic comeback by Russia, and more highlights of last week’s action in Monte Carlo and Fed Cup.


Give Ryan Harrison and Donald Young A Boost

Could Davis Cup Boost the Prospects of America’s Next Generation?

Friday, April 19, 2013

Ryan Harrison and Donald Young—two players that have been tabbed for success since their junior days—fell in the first round of events on the ATP Challenger Circuit this week to less-heralded opponents


Across Three Continents: Houston, Casablanca, and Katowice

Across Three Continents: Houston, Casablanca, and Katowice

Monday, April 15, 2013

Three small tournaments unfolded this week in North America, Africa, and Europe as players settle further into the clay season.


April Week 1 Recap: Davis Cup, Monterrey and Charleston

April Week 1 Recap: Davis Cup, Monterrey and Charleston

Monday, April 08, 2013

The only top-eight woman to enter Charleston, Serena entered the tournament as the clear favorite.


Miami Report Card: Who is Head of Class, Made the Grade or Failed

Monday, April 01, 2013

With the second ATP Masters 1000 and WTA Premier Mandatory tournament of 2013 behind us, here is a report card for some of those who stood out amid the mayhem in Miami


Recapping Week 1 Miami Open Tennis: Novak's return to Focus

Recapping Week 1 Miami Open Tennis: Novak's return to Focus

Monday, March 25, 2013

As a second straight marquee tournament reaches its midpoint, the time has arrived to take a stock of those who have distinguished themselves in Miami.


Indian Wells: Best of the Rest, Performances that Stood Out in the Desert

Indian Wells: Best of the Rest, Performances that Stood Out in the Desert

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Having discussed the four Indian Wells singles finalists earlier in the week, we share thoughts on some of the other performances that stood out in the desert.


Turning a Corner?  Nadal, Del Potro, Sharapova, Wozniacki at Indian Wells

Turning a Corner? Nadal, Del Potro, Sharapova, Wozniacki at Indian Wells

Monday, March 18, 2013

At the Acapulco clay tournament in the week before Indian Wells, Rafael Nadal comprehensively dominated world No. 4 David Ferrer in a statement of his return to form


Indian Wells Week 1: Upsets, blow-outs, the good, and the bad

Indian Wells Week 1: Upsets, blow-outs, the good, and the bad

Monday, March 11, 2013

The first of the season’s notable non-majors, Indian Wells usually offers more surprises and unsung heroes than many tournaments of its stature. This review of its first week combines thoughts on the elite contenders with discussions of those who left unexpected imprints on the desert.


Week in Review: Dubai, Acapulco, Delray Beach, Kuala Lumpur and more.

Week in Review: Dubai, Acapulco, Delray Beach, Kuala Lumpur and more.

Monday, March 04, 2013

In an awkward position on the eve of marquee tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami, the medley of ATP and WTA events last week still did not lack for storylines.


Goodbai to February:  Highs and Lows from Dubai, Memphis, and More

Goodbai to February: Highs and Lows from Dubai, Memphis, and More

Monday, February 25, 2013

The top two women in the rankings when 2012 began, Caroline Wozniacki and Petra Kvitova surely would like to forget much of what has happened to them since then. Embarrassment followed embarrassment for both of these underachieving women, who so rarely played well at the same time that they met just once last season.


Steve Doocy, In a Class All His Own

Steve Doocy, In a Class All His Own

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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.


Eat to Beat: 5 Foods to eat and 5 Foods to Avoid Before Competition

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Food is fuel. The more energy one expends during an activity, the more fuel a person requires. In essence, sitting at a desk writing reports requires much less fuel [or food] than someone on the go running errands or breaking a sweat with an elevated heart rate for the same duration.


The Hardest Win of my Life

Jason DeCosta’s Hardest Win of His Life

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

I can count on one hand the number of men I have met that I would consider majestic. I added one to that


Spring Sticks for Kicks

Spring Sticks for Kicks: New racquets on the market to test and raise your game

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Temperatures are starting to warm and as days get longer there’s more time to play tennis with your favorite new racquet. Go out and test the latest today


Smash to a Better Net Game

Smash to a Better Net Game: Drop Back Like a Quarterback for a Better Overhead

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

A common question asked by students working on their net game is, “What if I get lobbed?” The best response—acquire a successful overhead. The following segments will give you the steps to help you hit your overhead like the best players in the world.


Murray vs. Djokovic, Untangling the Threads of the Sport’s Next Great Rivalry

Murray vs. Djokovic, Untangling the Threads of the Sport’s Next Great Rivalry

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

They met for the first time as 11-year-olds, both still exploring the sport that would one day consume their lives. Fourteen years later, these two men, born just a week apart, stood on opposite sides of the net in a pulsating Rod Laver Arena.


Lucie Safarova, The Good, Fair Player From Czech

Lucie Safarova, The Good, Fair Player From Czech

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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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