It’s everywhere now. So that makes it fact, right?
Luckily for Genie Bouchard, the love usually outweighs the hate on social media.
INDIAN WELLS – it’s still early, but this might win “Tennis Twitter exchange of the Year” honours.
MELBOURNE – Yes, she thought it was a little strange. No, Serena Williams didn’t want to do it.
A quirk in the 2015 schedule was rare good news for tennis pros so often deprived of family time during the holidays.
A couple of weeks of social-media silence from Genie Bouchard resulted in Twitter being a-buzz.
The worldwide appeal of late actor-comedian Robin Williams, and the ability of comedy to transend borders, was very much in evidence in the tennis Twitterverse today.
WIMBLEDON – Genie Bouchard has a new friend and supporter.
Austrian vet Jurgen Melzer, who’s coming back from shoulder surgery, laid it out there after losing a night-delayed match in Munich to lucky loser Ricardas Berankis.
Baker out, the Magnificent One™ in Oz main draw
American Brian Baker’s misfortune is Frenchman Michael Llodra’s fortune.
The veteran didn’t get the French reciprocal wild card for the Australian Open, and was four or five spots out of the main draw when the entry lists first came out.
But with Baker still not ready to return, Llodra is now straight in. Continue reading
It was a nice Christmas present – even though the recipient doesn’t even celebrate the holiday.
Serena Williams won her third Female Athlete of the Year award, as voted by the Associated Press. She received 55 of 96 first-place votes; Brittney Griner, the first pick in this year’s WNBA draft, finished second with 14. Continue reading