Madison Keys Wins the Aegon Classic Title in Birmingham

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In one of the warm up tournaments coming into Wimbledon, Madison Keys defeated Barbora Strycova 6-3 6-4 to clinch her second WTA title. Through winning the title this week, Keys will rise to No. 10 in the world rankings and become the first American woman to debut into the Top 10 since Serena Williams did […] READ MORE


Coco Vandeweghe Opens Up About Olympics “Heartbreak”

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In recent months many tennis stars have expressed their disappreciation for the Olympic Games. Many athletes have even gone as far as withdrawing completely in order to focus on the normal tour events. Following Coco Vandeweghe’s impressive top-ten scalp over Agnieszka Radwanska in Birmingham, she spoke openly about her recent grass court success and the upcoming […] READ MORE


Players to Watch in the 2016 French Open Men's Draw

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A rainy Sunday resulted in just a handful of matches being completed on day of the 2016 French Open. The men’s draw is thus mostly intact, and it’s a good time to take a look at some key names to watch in the men’s draw. The favorites: Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, and Rafael Nadal Embed […] READ MORE


Johnson Rounds into Form

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American Steve Johnson rounds into form by continuing his impressive fall campaign yesterday, beating Guillermo Garcoa-Lopez of Spain in the quarterfinals of Valencia in convincing fashion. After reaching his first ATP World Tour final last week in Vienna, Johnson now finds himself in his 4th semifinal of the year. This late fall surge has propelled […] READ MORE


Ranking American Men on the Emirates Airlines US Open Series

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The Emirates Airlines US Open Series is in full swing this summer as the ATP World Tour focuses in on North American hard court tennis. The tour has already stopped in Atlanta for an ATP 250, is now in Washington for an ATP 500, and has stops remaining at the Masters Series 1000 level tournaments […] READ MORE


Ryan Harrison’s Struggles Continue

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Ryan Harrison has yet to get his year on track and the fourth major and final major of the year is almost upon us. Simply put Harrison hasn’t enough wins together to get his ranking high enough so he doesn’t have to play in qualifications. READ MORE


American Men’s Tennis has Lost its Character

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It is almost three years since Juan Martin del Potro sent Andy Roddick into retirement at the 2012 US. Open. Now, Roddick is back on the tennis court in Atlanta where he played and won an exhibition match in straight sets against the 17-year-old American Frances Tiafoe. Roddick is also playing doubles with his friend […] READ MORE


Mardy Fish To Retire After US Open

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On Wednesday Mardy Fish announced via Twitter he will be retiring from professional tennis after the U.S. Open. Fish has publicly discussed his struggles with severe anxiety over the last few years, which has kept him from being able to compete. READ MORE


Will Denis Kudla’s Success Spur on Others?

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Over the past year, much has been made of the upcoming crop of young teenage talent in American men’s tennis. With American juniors winning prestigious titles like Wimbledon, Orange Bowl, Roehampton, and Eddie Herr Jr comes much attention, scrutiny, and buzz from both the tennis media and hardcore social media fans on Twitter and Facebook. Noah […] READ MORE