One day last week, a Tweet popped up and the photo looked … awfully familiar.
MONTREAL – And people wonder why she had a passing thought about delaying all this a few days …
PARIS – All the she was win her first-round match at the French Open, and the list of interview requests was as long as your arm.
It’s everywhere now. So that makes it fact, right?
The World No. 1 and two-time Serena Slammer does a conference call with media Thursday.
WIMBLEDON – A date with Andy Murray, on Centre Court at Wimbledon in the quarter-finals.
WIMBLEDON – What was a big deal a year ago barely rated a few mentions after Genie Bouchard’s first-round loss at Wimbledon.
The American tennis legends discussed a number of topics on a conference call Thursday, ahead of Wimbledon.
This could, in fact, be the most illustrious tennis birthday day of the entire year.
If you want to use broadcast-rights protected material on social media, major sports organizations, including the ATP, no longer are looking the other way.
Radio-Canada had a stringer in Rome pick up some comments (in French) from Genie Bouchard after her victory over Zarina Diyas.
Social media continues to be harsh on Genie Bouchard, after a tough Fed Cup weekend. Continue reading