Friday Funnies

After a year and a half off the court, I think we can all agree it was great to see Mardy Fish back in action last week in Indian Wells. He may have succumbed to friend Ryan Harrison in the end, but he did produce one of the most memorable moments of the tournament. Don’t […]

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Get Classy, London Style

Our favorite boys, and their favorite girls attended the World Tour Finals Gala last night. There were photos!!                    

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Peek Inside Your Favorite Player’s Locker

Last year, the final 8 all painted self portraits, with paint (tennis) balls and auctioned them off for charity. This year, our favs will be auctioning off the contents of their lockers. Those of you lucky enough to be in London this week will get a preview of the goods which will be on show […]

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Braving the Storm

We may not have seen the effects of hurricane Irene yet, but some tennis players are more than prepared to brave the storm. Just like the rest of New York, players ventured out to local convenience stores and super markets to buy supplies for hurricane survival kits. Here’s what players are stocking up on. I’m […]

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Matches to Watch This Monday

So, I’ve done a decent job of keeping up with this action at this year’s Wimbledon, considering I just started my new job, but I haven’t done a very good job of writing about it. The second Monday of the Wimbledon Championships is one of the best tennis days of the year. There are generally […]

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Dissecting the Draw

So, I have finally finished the copious amounts of work that stood between me and Indian Wells. On Sunday morning, at 6am (really 5 considering we turn the clocks ahead), I will travel from St. Louis to Denver and Denver to Palm Springs for six amazing days of ATP and WTA tennis in Indian Wells, […]

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The State of the Union

Roland Garros French Open Tennis Day 5 2010 25/05/2010 Andy Roddick (USA) second round match Photo Roger Parker Fotosports International Next weekend the United States Davis Cup Team will head to Santiago, Chile in an effort to make it through to the 2nd round. Last year, the US lost to eventual champions, Serbia, in the […]

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Day 1 Update: The Short Version

So Day 1 of the Australian Open went mostly as expected. It was a day of domination on Rod Laver. Maria Sharapova was first up, winning quite easily over Tamarine Tanasugarn and looking in good form. While she had an easy time of it yesterday, I still have my doubts about her abilities against better […]

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Davis Cup Roundup

So, I haven’t written in a few days. It’s tough to write about tennis when the season starts to slow down. This week, there are tournaments in Metz and Bucharest and a few even smaller tournaments in all kinds of places. However, there has been some exciting tennis since the end of the US Open. […]

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A Saturday at the US Open

Even though Nadal was able to take care of Istomin in 3 sets, it was still about 1am when I finally got back to my hotel. I knew Saturday was going to be a very long day of tennis viewing so I decided to head to bed…oh wiat, that’s what I should’ve done. What I […]

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