INDIAN WELLS, Calif. – Less than six months after “transitioning” from her top job with the WTA Tour, Stacey Allaster is employed again.
As she turns 31, an Aussie is on the comeback from a concussion.
As we reported at the beginning of the week, the USTA were expecting Genie Bouchard to file suit against the US Open after the concussion she suffered in the women’s locker room.
A welcome sight on the court at the Dallas Challenger.
News and notes from around the game.
The retired American player says he’s done it all – bad junior, good junior, college player, Futures grinder, Challengers struggler, and top five in the world.
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The Spanish Tennis Federation will hold its press conference about naming Gala León Garcia as the new Davis Cup captain, Tuesday in Sevilla. It should be, um, animated.
NEW YORK – The eventual departure of U.S. Tennis Association director of player development Patrick McEnroe was big news at the U.S. Open Wednesday, as the results of the program under his directorship had been heavily criticized.
The struggling Memphis ATP Tour stop, where Canadian Milos Raonic has twice been a finalist, has been given a stay of execution with the help of the U.S. Tennis Association.
PARIS – For Taylor Townsend and Donald Young, this French Open has been a revelation.
The relationship between Argentine Juan Martin del Potro and his country’s Davis Cup effort has been fractured, to say the least.
Now, as the country faces a World Group relegation match after losing in the first round to Italy, its biggest gun has made a statement.