1. Western and Southern Open 2014: The Biggest Things Learned in Cincinnati

    For the majority of the big names, that’s U.S. Open tune-ups done and dusted. Next stop for racquet bags, coaches and physios is New York for a week of resting, refining and mental preparation...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 11 days ago 3,668 reads 16 comments

  2. Federer vs. Ferrer Cincinnati Masters 2014 Final: Live Score and Highlights

    Roger Federer def. David Ferrer, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 Winning his sixth title in Cincinnati wasn't an easy task for Roger Federer, but that's what it looked like during the third set...

    Joe Tansey Written by Joe Tansey about 12 days ago 15,685 reads 7 comments

  3. Roger Federer vs Andy Murray: What Quarterfinal Result Means for Both Players

    Roger Federer 's renaissance moves on with yet another big win for the Wimbledon runner-up. He defeated Andy Murray, 6-3, 7-5, at the Western & Southern Open Friday night in Cincinnati, Ohio...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 13 days ago 10,122 reads 30 comments

  4. Roger Federer's Recent Success Proves He Will Make Deep 2014 U.S. Open Run

    There was a time when Roger Federer 's appearance in a Grand Slam final was not just a regular occurrence, but expected. That has now passed, but the 33-year-old refuses to step out of the spotlight for good...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 14 days ago 9,143 reads 22 comments

  5. Who's Hot, Who's Not in Tennis Ahead of the 2014 US Open?

    The 2014 U.S. Open is less than two weeks away. The Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, the last of the major tune-ups, concludes this weekend. Apparently, some players need more fine tuning than others...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 14 days ago 9,613 reads 14 comments

  6. What Falling Short of Career Golden Masters Means for Novak Djokovic's Legacy

    Novak Djokovic has certainly had tougher losses than his third-round defeat to Tommy Robredo at the Western & Southern Open, but once again he was unable to decorate his Hall of Fame resume with a special piece of history...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 15 days ago 5,610 reads 43 comments

  7. Andy Murray Needs Strong Finish to Salvage Disappointing 2014 Season

    Andy Murray was supposed to become the next member of tennis' elite triumvirate in 2014 after having a banner year last season that included winning Wimbledon and advancing to the finals at the Australian Open...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 15 days ago 1,928 reads 6 comments

  8. Rafael Nadal Will Be Underdog at 2014 U.S. Open If Healthy Enough to Play

    Rafael Nadal is an absolute force on the tennis court and the defending U.S. Open champion. In a normal scenario, he would certainly be among the favorites or perhaps the favorite heading into the 2014 version of the Grand Slam event...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 15 days ago 12,658 reads 18 comments

  9. Rafael Nadal's Absence at 2014 U.S. Open Would Diminish Winner's Accomplishment

    If Rafael Nadal doesn't play in the 2014 U.S. Open, the eventual winner's victory will all but have an asterisk next to it...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 16 days ago 19,054 reads 113 comments

  10. Will Roger Federer Snap His Masters Drought in Cincinnati?

    Roger Federer ’s late career cannot be expected to escape the shadows of his fabled dominance of years past. A Masters 1000 tournament like Cincinnati’s Western & Southern Open brings more scrutiny on the aging Swiss Maestro...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 16 days ago 12,292 reads 48 comments

  11. Can Rogers Cup Win Revitalise Tsonga's Career?

    Hands up who saw that one coming. The smiley, explosive Frenchman, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga , has been out in the tennis wilderness for the last year and a half...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 18 days ago 1,748 reads 8 comments

  12. How Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's 2014 Rogers Cup Win Adds Intrigue to US Open

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 's win over Roger Federer at the 2014 Rogers Cup blew the doors off the already wide-open U.S. Open. Tsonga defeated Federer 7-5, 7-6 (3) in Toronto to take his second Masters 1000 title...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 19 days ago 5,387 reads 44 comments

  13. Rogers Cup 2014 Results: Roger Federer vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Score and Recap

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga stamped an exclamation mark on his improbable run at the 2014 Rogers Cup in Toronto by taking down Roger Federer in straight sets Sunday, 7-5, 7-6 (3)...

    Chris  Roling Written by Chris Roling about 19 days ago 13,766 reads 49 comments

  14. What We Learn About the US Open from the Rogers Cup and Cincinnati Open

    The U.S. Open Series is the heart of the summer hard courts season with Masters 1000 titles in Canada and Cincinnati. The third and most important tournament is the final Grand Slam event of the year, the U...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 22 days ago 5,967 reads 47 comments

  15. Novak Djokovic Will Have Legacy Defined by Clutch Performances

    Novak Djokovic , the current world No. 1, possesses devastating groundstrokes off both wings, a potent first serve and heavy second delivery, solid hands up at the net and enough ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 23 days ago 2,917 reads 41 comments

  16. Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard Lead Canada's Rogers Cup Hopes

    It’s fair to say that Canadians have good reason to be excited about their country’s future in tennis, heading into their home event on the ATP and WTA tours, the Rogers Cup...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 25 days ago 1,164 reads 2 comments

  17. How Rafael Nadal's Injuries May Cause a Late-Career Scheduling Shift

    Rafael Nadal has a wrist injury that could very well derail his chances at winning the 2014 U.S. Open. This is hardly surprising, considering that injuries have been Nadal’s traveling companion through his decade of spectacular tennis...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 28 days ago 16,512 reads 209 comments

  18. 2014 ATP Tour So Far and the Road Ahead

    As we perch on the brink of August, seven months of the ATP calendar have already come and gone. The players began their seasons on the hard courts of Asia and down under in Australia...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 30 days ago 1,837 reads 1 comments

  19. Citi Open 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

    On the heels of a riveting BB&T Atlanta Open, both the ATP and WTA tours head to Washington, D.C., for the 2014 Citi Open. Some of the top players in the world are entered in the Citi Open from both the men's and women's sides...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 1 month ago 7,879 reads 6 comments