A report out of Spain Wednesday indicates that a Spanish player is being investigated for match-fixing. Continue reading
Veteran coach Yves Boulais, who has worked with most of the last few generations of Canadian women, is leaving a senior director post at the JTCC in College Park, Maryland to return to Tennis Canada full time. Continue reading
The French Tennis Federation has allocated its two reciprocal wild cards for next month’s Australian Open.
And the winners are somewhat of a surprise. Continue reading
It’s ladies day in Melbourne.
Casey Dellacqua, the top seed in the event, has quickly gone down 0-6 to veteran journeywoman Monique Adamczak, who does have a sweet one-handed topspin backhand to her credit … Continue reading
30 years ago today: Dec. 11, 1983
Ivan Lendl takes on Mats Wilander in the final of the Australian Open (then held at year’s end in December). Continue reading
Top-ranked Japanese player Kei Nishikori (ranked No. 17), has added a well-known former player to his coaching team.
It’s Hall of Famer Michael Chang, now 41. Continue reading
The Spanish player of the year for 2013, as selected by the Spanish Tennis Writers’ Association (APT) is …
(Drum roll, please …)
Yes, Tommy Robredo. Continue reading
After a total washout on Monday, the Australian Open wild-card playoff being played at Melbourne Park is getting under way right now. Continue reading
Off-season? WHAT off-season?
If you’re a French tennis player – and even if you’re not – the tennis never ends. Continue reading
Del Potro’s racquet experimentations
The off-season is time to try out new things.
And with Juan Martin del Potro reportedly down to his last couple of Hyper Prostaff 6.1 95s (don’t let the K Six-One paint job fool you), he was trying out several sticks in practice last week in Argentina (including, it appears, his trusty Prostaff). Continue reading