Alright, I think this may finally be the end of the Shahar Peer/WTA/Dubai Tennis Championships mess. Bottom line: Dubai’s paying
Stanford Group is sued by the SEC – Outlook, grim, for tennis sponsorships
City council makes a cowardly move despite police department’s okay.
WTF is going on???
The ATP awaits a decision on Israeli doubles player, Andy Ram
“It’s harder for the Tennis Channel to turn the other cheek and not do the right thing,” says the Channel’s CEO.
Dubai tournament still in question
Sharapova drops out of Paris and Dubai. Will she recover in time for Indian Wells?
This is a strange one, folks. Turns out that journalist Carol Thatcher, Margaret’s daughter, was axed from the BBC after
I stole that headline from CBS Sports, because I think it perfectly captures what happened last night in the Australian Open Final.
You could add “outplays,” to the headline, too, if you want, but I think that might be beside the point (speaking of points, they won almost the same amount – Roger was in the 170s and Rafa maybe hit 180 at the end.) This match wasn’t about Roger being blown off the court by a brilliant shot maker (although Rafa most certainly is), it was about Rafael Nadal’s unyielding will to win and his undying belief in himself and his game – no matter who he plays or how he feels that day.
Has Roger Federer’s verbal thrashing of Novak Djokovic escalated into an international dispute? You be the judge (from Reuters): SERBIAN
Tennis Channel catches a big fish: Jimmy Connors has signed on to be its leading analyst starting at this year’s
So Roger’s posted his 2009 playing schedule on his website (click here) along with the note below. I am really
David Foster Wallace, author of sacred Fedophile text, “Federer as Religious Experience,” committed suicide on Friday. Mr. Wallace also wrote
Rafa, Rafa, please, say it ain’t so! According to msnbc’s The Scoop, Rafa’s having regrets about sexing it up for