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Tennis Writer, Commentator Bud Collins Dies At 86
With his colorful style in both commentary and fashion, tennis writer and broadcaster Bud Collins livened up the tennis world for nearly 50 years. He died at his home in
Japanese Nishikori Renews Uniqlo Endorsement
Asia’s highest-ranked tennis player Kei Nishikorirenewed his endorsement deal with Fast Retailing Co.’s Uniqlo clothing brand. “I have been impressed at how he has contin
How Women's Tennis Can Rediscover Its Mojo
Why is women’s sport like renewable energy? Because even though millions of people are desperate to see it succeed, it remains a niche product, still tapping hopefully at
David Haggerty Of U.S. Will Lead International Tennis Federation
David Haggerty, a recent president of the United States Tennis Association and a longtime tennis industry executive, was elected president of the International Tennis Fed
Williams Tight White Skirt And Crop Top To Support Rumored Beau Drake
Drake was on hand to see her showcase her new clothing collection at New York Fashion Week last week. Serena Williams appeared to be returning the favour in style as she
Kei Nishikori Up To World No4 After Downing John Isner In Citi Open Final
On Saturday, after a tight semi-final victory in Washington DC, John Isner told the crowd that he’d need them out in full force the next day to win the title. They did th
Sloane Stephens Wins Citi Open For First Wta Title
earned two championship points with a service winner in Sunday’s Citi Open women’s singles final, but she knew better than to think her first WTA title would come easily.
The Unretiring Serena Williams She’S Eyeing A Fashionable Post-Court Life, But First She’S Got Tennis History To Make.
t’s a little past midnight at HSN headquarters, and Serena Williams is nine minutes into a disquisition on a piece of fabric she’s called “Convertible A-line Top With Sca
Serena Wins Best Tennis Player Espy
Serena Williams won Best Female Tennis Player ESPY - how many ESPYs does the World No.1 have now? And which two former World No.1s shone on the red carpet? Serena William
Aussie Tennis Star Bernard Tomic Busted On South Beach
It was game, set, match for Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic after he was led away in handcuffs from a swanky South Beach hotel because he reportedly refused to tur
Athletes Make A ‘Racquet’ At Ehs Tennis Camp
Students of Edwardsville School District 7 were welcomed to participate in the Tiger Tennis Camps for Beginners and Intermediates at Edwardsville High School throughout t
Tennis: Types Of Grips
Whether you are picking up the sport or have been playing your entire life, one thing that all tennis players continuously focus on is mastering the different types of gr
Does Higher String Tension Give You More Control And Spin?
Most players are familiar with the general principle that low tension gives more power and high tension gives more control. The lower tension strings stretch more during
Tennis Australia Apologizes For Putting Tomic In 'Hall Of Shame'
Tennis Australia has apologized for a 'clerical error' in a media release that said estranged local player Bernard Tomic was playing in a 'Hall of Shame' event against co
Who Invented Tennis Balls?
Tennis is a sport rich in history and tradition. Its origins date back to ancient Arabic sports. It became popular in France in the late 11th century as the sport of monk
Junior Star Set To Debut With San Diego Tennis Team
Junior tennis start Fritz Taylor is expected to make his debut with the San Diego Aviators Monday night in a World TeamTennis match against the Philadelphia Freedoms at t
Drake And Serena Williams Were Spotted Kissing
The tennis pro was reportedly spotted kissing Drizzy in the Wimbledon clubhouse following her quarter finals win against Victoria Azarenka. That’s almost as good as Seren
2015 Us Open Is Crucial To Novak Djokovic's Legacy
NovakDjokovic cannot be satisfied with anything less than winning the 2015 U.S. Open. The Serbian is the No. 1 player in the world by a wide margin, having won more big t