4 hrs ago
Explaining the U.S. Tennis Slump
The weak showing of American men at this year's U.S. Open is the natural outcome of a culture that hasn't caught on to Europe's wunderkind-raising ways.
8 hrs ago
Why Wimbledon defeats the US Open game, set and match in the social media arena
Wimbledon may have fewer attendees, but it leads the way against the US Open when it comes to social media, writes Andreas Plastiras, senior analyst at We Are Social.
14 hrs ago
Connecticut Open notebook: Blake, Roddick heated rivals, very good friends
FRIENDS AND ENEMIES: Teammates on a winning Davis Cup team in 2007, friendly rivals on the ATP Tour for years, James Blake and former world No.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
The Miami Herald
Roddick disappointed not to be in US Open doubles
Andy Roddick says he would like to have made one more appearance at the U.S Open, not for himself, but for his friend Mardy Fish.
Tennis stars take cues from Andre Agassi's giving spirit
Before Andy Roddick started to make noise on the men's tour, the brash, impatient future No.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Connecticut Open at a
THURSDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES: No. 2 seed Petra Kvitova highlights the afternoon session at the Connecticut Tennis Center, going against Barbora Zahlavova Strycova, followed by USA's Alison Riske against Magdalena Rybarikova.
Tandon: Realistic expectations for U.S. men
For decades, the American men had a commanding presence on center stage at Flushing Meadows.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Mardy Fish discusses struggle with anxiety disorder
The darkest days are fading. There is golf, fatherhood and an increased sense of satisfaction and containment.But Mardy Fish's tennis future is tenuous, at best.This week marks the anniversary of the Mardy Fish discusses struggle with anxiety disorder The darkest days are fading.
Will the Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal jinx define the 2014 U.S. Open?
Some things just aren't meant to be. Peace on earth comes to mind. Plus rain in California.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Blogger So Dear
Noah Rubin Qualifies for the US Open With Kalamazoo Win
Wake Forest tennis commit Noah Rubin continued his summer tear by winning the Boys Junior National Tennis Championship in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Roger Federer's greatness continues, thanks to his serve: Rogers Cup
The serve has always been the single most important shot in tennis, but for elite players in the latter stages of their careers, its importance becomes magnified.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Pro Tennis Screws Israel Again: Cancels Israel Open - Tennis Apartheid Reigns
The people who run the major pro-tennis groups never miss an opportunity to screw Israel, and now they've canceled the Israel Open tennis tournament set to take place in late September in Tel Aviv.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
ATP World Tour
De Voest Retires "On My Own Terms"
Rik de Voest saw an opening and he went for it. 46 shots into his third break point, with his career hanging in the balance, he grabbed the initiative, ripping a forehand down the line; a shot that would lead to an ecstatic roar and ferocious fist pump.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Rafael Nadal Withdrawal Leaves 2014 US Open Series Wide Open
Last year, Rafael Nadal was the undisputed king of the U.S. Open Series, sweeping the Masters Series events in Montreal and Cincinnati and carrying that momentum into the U.S. Open, where he won his 13th major.
The Washington Post
US Open would offer Roddick, Fish '15 doubles spot
If Andy Roddick is willing to go through the necessary steps to return to competitive tennis, the U.S. Open would offer him and pal Mardy Fish a doubles wild card next year.
Half a Brace
Last week in Atlanta provided a painful but sharp snapshot of the state of things at the elite level of U.S. professional tennis.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Andy Roddick Wanted To Play The US Open... But Denied
According to a tweet, former American No. 1 Andy Roddick wanted to make a comeback at the US Open playing doubles with friend and fellow 32-year-old Mardy Fish.
Citi Open 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule
On the heels of a riveting BB&T Atlanta Open, both the ATP and WTA tours head to Washington, D.C. for the 2014 Citi Open.
World Tennis Magazine
The Venus Williams Pro Debut at the 1994 Bank of the West Classic
There probably has never been a more anticipated pro tennis debut than when Venus Williams played at the 1994 Bank of the West Classic.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
History on the line for Sela in Atlanta
The 29-year-old Israeli reached his first ATP Tour final in almost six years where he faced world No.