Shahar Peer’s coach, Pablo Giacopelli, blogged last week from the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships, keeping us updated on both Shahar’s […]
“I may not have won many tournaments but I came close to winning a couple of big ones last year,” […]
Shahar Peer let her racquet do most of the talking during her historic first appearance at the Barclays Dubai Tennis […]
Israeli player Shahar Peer made her historic debut this week at the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships. After being denied a […]
Last year, many people were upset when the United Arab Emirates denied Israeli Shahar Peer a visa to play in […]
Phil Walter/Getty Images via Daylife An unattended bag in the stands led to the evacuation of between 300 – 500 […]
I know there are more important stories from Day 4 at the US Open than this, but I just had […]
We enjoyed a very busy (and photogenic) Day 4 at the US Open on Thursday, catching the Venus and Serena […]
Besides the golfing, dance-offs and awards ceremonies, there is some tennis being played at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami! […]
Alright, I think this may finally be the end of the Shahar Peer/WTA/Dubai Tennis Championships mess. Bottom line: Dubai’s paying […]
U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner had an insider’s view into the Ram/Peer visa process, which he described as a “low-level bureaucratic decision” that could have been avoided if the WTA had handled it better.
“The WTA was very positive”
City council makes a cowardly move despite police department’s okay.
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.