Carnage at Crandon Park, Part One: Jankovic and Safina stumble in early rounds

Sony Ericsson Open 30 Mar 2009

The WTA Tour portion of the Sony Ericsson Open represents a bomb shelter after a wild weekend in South Florida. Before the round of 16 begins, the women’s bracket has already been blown wide open. Third-seeded Jelena Jankovic lost to Gisela Dulko in the second round on Saturday night, 6-4, 7-6 (5), while second-seeded Dinara […]

Zvonareva eclipses Azarenka, reaches first Indian Wells final

BNP Paribas Open 22 Mar 2009

Vera Zvonareva used to be the kind of player who would fuss when a match didn’t go her way. Friday afternoon in the California desert, this gifted Russian took a big step forward in the world of women’s tennis. No longer an emotionally volatile performer who would telegraph her feelings to an opponent, Zvonareva allowed […]

Serena Williams – The World’s Best

Serena Williams – The World’s Best

Player Profiles 06 Feb 2009

Serena Williams profile. Australian Open, U.S. Open, French Open, Wimbledon and other Tennis Tournaments achievements.

Nadal looks to join Federer in Australian Open semifinals

Two of the “Big 4” (Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic) are out of the Australian Open. Now Rafael Nadal will aim to make it a 50 percent success rate for the top four players in terms of reaching the semifinals. Only Gilles Simon stands in the way of the No. 1 player in the world. […]

Nadal advances easily, Gonzalez in epic fashion

Rafael Nadal put on his third straight dazzling performance in Melbourne with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Tommy Haas on Saturday night at the Australian Open. He needed just two hours and four minutes to book his place in the fourth round. Nadal dominated both Christophe Rochus and Roko Karanusic in his first two […]

Australian Open 2009 - Ana Ivanovic Out

Day Five of the 2009 Australian Open was going along as planned until two stirring late-day performances by longshots rocked the grounds in Melbourne. 29th seed Russian Alisa Kleybanova muscled her way to the biggest upset of her career with a hard fought three set win over Serbia’s 5th seed and 2008 Australian Runnerup, Ana […]

Nadal takes on Haas in third round

It will be the fourth career head-to-head meeting between Nadal and Haas when the two players square off in Rod Laver Arena on Saturday. Nadal leads the head-to-head series 3-0, but Haas has played him close, especially in Cincinnati last summer. The German had plenty of chances in each set before succumbing 6-4, 7-6(0). After […]

Venus Williams, Say It Ain’t So!

Tennis 23 Jan 2009

The tennis world has long seen the imposing, formidable side of fashion guru and former world number one player Venus Williams. Venus Williams is the consummate competitor. The tennis player’s tennis player, Venus has seen it all. And, with a younger sister pushing her all the way, every win and every loss has been subjected […]

Nadal, Federer rolling; Hewitt out

Rafael Nadal’s 2009 Australian Open campaign got off to an ideal start on Tuesday night in Rod Laver Arena, as the Spaniard needed just one hour and 17 minutes to destroy Christophe Rochus. The 75th-ranked Belgian was no match for the world No. 1 and that became apparent in a devastating 19-minute first set. Rochus […]

Mark Knowles Annual Celebrity Invitational

Mark Knowles 30 Oct 2008

In a quiet corner of one of the most beautiful places in the world, and the most unlikely spot where you would expect a world class tennis player to hail from, you will discover the home of Bahamian tennis star Mark Knowles. A winner of 48 doubles titles including 3 Grand Slams and the Masters […]

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