Roddick Exquisite, Berdych Unbelievable

Roddick Exquisite, Berdych Unbelievable

America’s Slam-Bang-Thank-You-Ma’am kid is gone! In his place is a motivated, highly professional, media magnet and experienced strategist extraordinaire, 27 year-old global Nebraskan Andy Roddick.


Nadal – Roddick – To War in Semis

Nadal – Roddick – To War in Semis

Tournament organizer’s could not have charted Wednesday’s Men’s Quarterfinal outcomes any better. The lower draw will now feature a semifinal pairing between two of the tour’s big names and biggest guns when American Andy Roddick challenges Spain’s Rafa Nadal on Friday.


Kuznetsova, Azarenka Out – Belgians in!

Kuznetsova, Azarenka Out – Belgians in!

It is safe, even easy, to say that Svetlana Kuznetsova is not a good frontrunner. She is not one of those athletes that relishes in carrying the number one bulls eye seed through an event. Svetlana is comfortable a bit down in the draw, say spots 6 – 10 and picking off higher seeds as they falter, just as unlikely candidates are now doing to her.


Fish Drills Murray in Miami

Fish Drills Murray in Miami

The defending champion and number three seed, Andy Murray, was rudely ousted by American Mardy Fish on Saturday. Murray now joins number two seed, Novak Djokovic on the sidelines at the prestigious Sony Ericsson Miami Open.


Venus Delights in Miami!

Venus Delights in Miami!

Quietly and serenely Venus Williams is cruising through 2010. She continued her 11-match win streak Thursday in the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami rolling smoothly through game Romanian Sorana Cirstea 6-4, 6-3 in an efficient 78 minutes.


Will Belgians Make A Move?

Will Belgians Make A Move?

After a disappointing performance at Indian Wells, the top three Belgian women look poised to make a move at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami. Yanina Wickmayer (12), Kim Clijsters (14) and Justine Henin cannot be happy after rusty outings last week.


In Miami, The Men Get Serious

In Miami, The Men Get Serious

The prelims and first round are over and it’s all work from here on at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami. Top seed Roger Federer, 2nd seed Novak Djokovic, 3rd Seed Andy Murray and 4th seed Rafa Nadal are poised to get started in the second round after first round play concluded on Wednesday.


Game On: Azarenka, Serena set up quarterfinal showdown

Wimbledon 2009 30 Jun 2009

While Venus Williams enjoys a heaven-sent draw in the top half of the ladies’ singles bracket at Wimbledon, the bottom half of the draw is about to have its heavyweight encounter. On the best day of the entire tennis calendar–when every round of 16 match is played in both the ladies’ and gentlemen’s singles fields […]


The Grass Grows Greener On the Other Side: Hewitt dumps del Potro

Wimbledon 2009 26 Jun 2009

The not-so-secret key to tennis success lies not in one’s shots, but in the footwork needed to set them up. Juan Martin del Potro might know how to move his feet on hard courts and clay courts, but on a Thursday afternoon at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the South American found […]


Seeds of Intrigue: Murray’s early exit in Rome has French Open implications

Rome Masters 29 Apr 2009

Andy Murray wasn’t expected to win the Rome Masters this week at the Foro Italico tennis complex. In the same breath, the Scotsman also didn’t figure to bow out in his first match at this venerable claycourt event. One bad day at the office is a fact of professional sports, but Murray’s great misfortune is […]

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