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There’s Something Distinct About Alex de Minaur

by Rajagopalan Rohinee All it takes is one glance at Alex de Minaur to know the teenager has something distinct about him. He does not have the imposing stature – height bestowed or otherwise – many of his peers and rivals command. But given the quick-fire way expectations have been passed over in the Australian […]

Andy Murray Embodied Many Things To Many People

by Rajagopalan Rohinee Andy Murray embodied many things to many people. He was the gritty warrior who never let up in his performances, despite the numerous defeats and setbacks that waylaid him. He was the deceptive athlete, who could vary his shot-making to suit himself and discomfit his opponent. He was also the rebel who […]

Most Memorable Women’s Australian Open Finals

The first Grand Slam of the tennis calendar kicks off later this month with the Australian Open down at Melbourne Park. Caroline Wozniacki is the reigning women’s champion but it is the seven-time winner of this event, Serena Williams, who is the bookmakers’ favourite to be the Australian Open 2019 women’s winner, with current odds […]

Mardy Fish Named New U.S. Davis Cup Captain

The USTA today announced that former world No. 7 and Davis Cup veteran Mardy Fish has been named the new captain of the U.S. Davis Cup Team. He succeeds Jim Courier to become the 41st captain in the team’s 120-year history and will make his debut at the newly transformed Davis Cup by BNP Paribas […]

Chris Evert Becomes USTA Foundation Chair

The USTA Foundation, the national charitable arm of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), announced that it has appointed 18-time Grand Slam singles champion and former world No. 1 Chris Evert as Chair of the USTA Foundation’s Board of Directors. In her new role, Evert will serve as the USTA Foundation’s spokesperson and ambassador to […]

Belarussian Aryna Sabalenka Wins Third Career WTA Tour Title In Shenzen, China

World No.13 Aryna Sabalenka’s meteoric rise to the top of women’s tennis looks set to continue this season as the hard-hitting Belarusian overcame a slow start to defeat American Alison Riske 4-6, 7-6(2), 6-3 in two hours and 11 minutes to lift her third WTA Tour career title on the hard courts of the Shenzhen […]

Should Alexander Zverev Be Taken Seriously For The Australian Open?

by Shubham Singh If we take a look at last 4 years of the Australian Open, the tournament has either been won by the world number one, Djokovic, or the Swiss Maestro, Roger Federer. It is the first major tournament of the year and players rarely miss out on it. It generally takes place after […]

“Dominant” Simona Halep and Serena Williams Favorites To Win Australian Women’s Title

ESPN recently named Simona Halep as one of the most dominant athletes of 2018. Many have debated whether the diminutive Romanian was in fact, dominant. In a head-scratcher, she was ranked as more dominant than LeBron James of the NBA as well as golfer Brooks Koepka and fellow tennis player Novak Djokovic, both of whom […]

Invesco Series QQQ 2019 Season Kicks Off January 26 In Newport Beach, California

LOS ANGELES – The 2019 Invesco Series QQQ tennis circuit will kick off Saturday, January 26 with the new Oracle Champions Cup to be played at the Newport Beach Tennis Club in Newport Beach, Calif., during the Oracle Challenger Series event. Former U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick, former world No. 2 Tommy Haas, 2018 Invesco […]

Mardy Fish, Praised By Jack Nicklaus, To Host Foundation Golf Fundraiser In Vero Beach, Florida January 14, 2019

Vero Beach native son Mardy Fish, along with several former star pro athletes, highlight the field of celebrities who will play in the 2019 Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation Charity Golf Fundraiser to be played Monday, January 14 at The Windsor Club in Vero Beach, Florida The event is headlined by Fish, the former Top 10 […]