It was the first Friday at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California and I watched (in order): Verdasco
ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images via Daylife It was another busy weekend in the tennis world, with players getting their practice in
Spain’s Davis Cup team players Rafael Nadal (L) and Fernando Verdasco address a news conference in Charleroi March 1, 2011.
AP Photo/Paul Sakuma via Daylife We enjoyed a great bunch of finals this weekend, as the tour rolls on after
Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt (R) shakes hands with David Nalbandian (L) of Argentina after their first round match at the Australian
Hi all! Just a little more tennis miscellany to keep us going. Who says the Asian leg of the tour
Rafael Nadal finally dropped his serve at the US Open on Thursday, playing Fernando Verdasco in the quarterfinals. He still
Roger Federer won in straights over Soderling! Way to keep the dream Fedal final alive, Rog. Rafael Nadal will try
I got home late from work on Tuesday night and had the Wawrinka vs. Querrey five-setter on my DVR. No
A jetsetting Fernando Verdasco is featured in the September issue of GQ, adding some dapper decoration to Madrid-Barajas’s already stunning
Looking at an exciting Friday in Cincy with Fish vs. Murray, Roddick vs. Djokovic, Federer vs. Davydenko and Nadal vs.
France took out defending champ Spain in Davis Cup action on Saturday. The team of Llodra/Benneteau beat Lopez/Verdasco 6-1, 6-2,
Friday was an exciting and surprising first day of Davis Cup quarterfinal action. Let’s take a look. France leads Spain:
The 2010 Davis Cup quarterfinals are here, less than a week after the Wimbledon finals. Who is ready to fight
The big upset that wasn’t: defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova lost on Friday to Maria Kirilenko: 3-6, 6-2, 4-6. Sveta sounded