12 hrs ago
Reading the Readers: Dec. 3
It's the off-season for the players, but not for the readers. Here are a few questions and answers for your tennis down time.
22 hrs ago
Roger Federer: I'm Not As Fast As I Once Was, But By April I'll Be Caught Up On My Training
In an interview last week with sponsor Credit Suisse , Roger Federer talked about the disappointing season that was and what the future holds in 2014.
Pro Tennis Fan
Murray could go one better in Melbourne
The betting markets seem to suggest that the forthcoming Australian Open in Melbourne from the 13th to the 26th of January will be a straightforward contest between three-time reigning champion Novak Djokovic and the back-to-form Rafael Nadal who beat the Djoker so convincingly in the U.S. Open final at Flushing Meadows in September.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Final 2013 Grades for the ATP Top 20
The 2013 ATP season ended as Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic battled for the No.
How Switzerland joined the World Cup seeded elite
The unheralded Swiss team's rise up the FIFA rankings has been rewarded with a guarantee of avoiding many of the top teams in the group stage.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
What's Roger Federer Been Doing? Driving To Practice That's What
Roger Federer is back on the courts following a mid-November family vacation in the Maldives.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Kids on the ball
Inside the ASB Tennis Centre in Parnell, 110 ball kids listen intently as Stephen Noble, chief of umpires, gives them their final pep talk before the summer tennis tournaments begin.
Andy Murray picks up two Spirit of Scotland Awards
IT WAS one of the defining moments of the year and one of Scotland's greatest sporting triumphs of all time.
McNamee looks to life in coaching
Paul McNamee is considering a stronger coaching role on the international tennis circuit after helping Taiwan's Su-Wei Hsieh become her country's first grand slam champion in this year's Wimbledon doubles tournament.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Slaves to Surface
The Big Four have achieved great things in recent years and brought the men's game into what has often been called a "golden age."
Bega District News
Bega open blitz - Federer to play for us?
ROGER Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and anyone else competing in next year's Tennis Australian Open could possibly be representing Bega during the tournament.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
What If I Told You Rafael Nadal's 2013 Hardcourt Season Wasn't All That Great?
If you are a Rafael Nadal fan you're probably not going to like this post. First, a hearty congratulations to the Spaniard for his remarkable return to No.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Federer can play until he is 60, says Nastase
Roger Federer should play until he is 60 if he wants to, according to Romanian former world number one Ilie Nastase.
John Isner on Roger Federer, Shawn Michaels and tiebreaks - King of the Court
This week's King of the Court is world No 14 John Isner, the 28-year-old who is best known for winning the longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon in 2010.
ATP World Tour
Players Discuss 'Facing Federer' In New Book
In a new book, Scoop Malinowski compiles a profile of Roger Federer through the eyes of players, fans, media and tennis insiders.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
AO Blitz player profile: Stanislas Wawrinka
For the first time in his career, Stanislas Wawrinka no longer resides in the shadow of his illustrious compatriot Roger Federer.
Roche serves up Tomic training invite
Renowned Australian coach Tony Roche has issued an open invitation to Bernard Tomic to join pre-season training at Lleyton Hewitt's Sydney home, while stressing the need for the 21-year-old to make a permanent coaching appointment as soon as practicable.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
ATP World Tour
Federer, Murray, Berdych Named Among GQ's Most Stylish
Roger Federer , Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych have all been featured in GQ's 20 Most Stylish Athletes of 2013.
Why Is American Tennis Dying?
Don't be fooled by rosy reports of increased participation among kids. American tennis is declining where it counts - at the college and professional levels, on television and in popular culture.
Roger Federer and the cycle of life and sport
In 1975, I watched Arthur Ashe beat Jimmy Connors in the Wimbledon final, and one week later I was on a court learning to play tennis.