Tennis

  • The Championships - Wimbledon 2011: Day Thirteen

    ATP Grass Season Review

    As mentioned in my previous post, the grass season is over for another year. This previous post covered the WTA’s grass season with 4 tournaments being held on the luxury green...

  • Milos Raonic

    Big Servers Bad for Tennis?

    This year at Wimbledon, we saw the ‘break-through’ of the younger generation, one of whom was Milos Raonic, the 23 year old, 6’5″ giant from Canada who made the semi-finals and...

  • Arthur-Ashe-Stadium

    Bigger isn’t Always Better: Arthur Ashe Stadium must Come Down

    As July fades into August, tennis fans around the world rejoice for the final grand slam tournament of the year will soon commence in the Big Apple – well, almost every...

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    Just the tonic Tomic needs

    Over the weekend, Australia’s Bernard Tomic defeated defending champion Ivo Karlovic in three sets at the Claro Open in Bogota, Colombia. Tomic made the most of his wildcard entry and there...

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    The Fog of Fabio Fognini

    Italy’s Fabio Fognini was true to form on Wednesday; throwing away a match, karate kicking a racquet and quite frankly taking another monumental dump on tennis fans. Fog is a common...

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    WTA Grass season review

    Another WTA grass season is over for another year, with top class tennis being played on the lush green surface. This section of the calendar is adored by players and fans...

  • 2005 French Open - Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal - Photocall - June 2, 2005

    Tired of Federer and Nadal GOAT Debate

    Is anyone else tired of the Federer and Nadal GOAT debate? I have reserved a permanent spot at the head of line so please, take a number! Granted, I am an...

  • 2014 Wimbledon Championships

    Is College Tennis Worth it for Elite Prospects?

    Wimbledon junior champion Noah Rubin recently announced he will be playing college tennis at Wake Forest University.  While Rubin had previously indicated he planned to play college tennis, there aren’t many...

  • Wimbledon Championships 2014 Winners Ball

    Djokovic, Dimitrov, Raonic and 9 Things Wimbledon 2014 taught us

    With Wimbledon 2014 in the books, lets look back at the tournament and see what we learned over the past two weeks. 9: Tim Henman is better at football than punditry...

  • Dennis Kudla

    Denis Kudla Pulls Off Double Win at the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championship

    Denis Kudla won both the men’s singles and doubles championship at the 2014 United States Tennis Association (USTA) Nielsen Pro Tennis Championship in the Chicago area. Kudla beat Farrukh Dustov in...

  • Novak Djokovic - Roger Federer

    What We Learned from Wimbledon

    While no 77 year droughts were broken this year, it was still an exciting Wimbledon in its own right.  Here are some things we learned from the fortnight, and what we...

  • Andy-Murray

    The Mystery of Andy Murray: Wimbledon 2014

    Since Murray’s abysmal quarter final exit at the hands of Grigor Dimitrov, there have almost been as many conspiracy theories as there have been complaints at the bad light from players...

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    Grigor Dimitrov; Is ‘Baby Fed’ finally coming of age?

    With 3 titles already under his belt this year, dethroning the Wimbledon champ and dating the most famous female athlete on the planet, it’s safe to say things are looking good...

  • 2014 Hopman Cup -  Day 2

    Canada’s Greatest Wimbledon Ever

    Eugenie Bouchard is in the Women’s Final; Milos Raonic is in the Men’s Semi-Final. It seems that this is Canada’s greatest Wimbledon ever. Neither was quite to be expected. Bouchard has...

  • Tennis - Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships - Day 5 Friday 27th June 2014 -  All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club - Wimbledon - London - England

    Andy Murray: Wimbledon Agony to New York Joy?

    It was all going so well. BRITISH Andy Murray was playing faultless Tennis as he cruised in the Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon, his “home” tournament and the setting for his historic Championship...

  • Nielson Pro Tennis Championship

    Professional Men’s Tennis Comes To Chicago For the A.C. Nielsen Tennis Championship

    Has the Wimbledon tournament got you excited for seeing professional tennis? The 2014 United States Tennis Association (USTA) Nielsen Pro Tennis Championship begins Monday June 30th in the Chicago area. Main...

  • Andy Roddick

    Looking for the Next American Male Grand Slam Champion

    With Wimbledon about half way through, we’re down to John Isner as the last remaining American man. Five to ten years ago this might have been news, but now it’s expected that...

  • Wimbledon

    Wimbledon Grass: For Tennis or Cows?

    It’s safe to say that grass isn’t the most popular surface in tennis. Ever since former world No.1 Manuel Santana coined the famous phrase that “Grass is just for cows”, many...

  • Aegon Championships - Previews

    Can Ryan Harrison be Saved?

    A few years ago, Ryan Harrison was one of the brightest prospects in men’s tennis.  He spent some time in the top 50 when he was 20 years old, and seemed...

  • The Championships - Wimbledon 2014: Previews

    Wimbledon Men’s Singles Preview

    With the 2014 grass court season in full swing, we turn our attention to the only slam played on the surface, Wimbledon. The 128th edition of the Championships starts on Monday...

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