1. What Will Kei Nishikori's Ascent to Stardom Do for Tennis in Asia?

    Who knew that Kei Nishikori’s quarterfinal appearance at the 2014 Australian Open was the building block for his rise into the Top 10 rankings. His tennis skill had often been overlooked, but then he battled World No...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 3 months ago 2,817 reads 21 comments

  2. The Race for the ATP World Tour Finals Heats Up: Previewing the 'Asian Swing'

    As the focus of men’s tennis is shifting from one city of skyscrapers to many more, in some of the world’s most populous places in Asia, the battle to reach the World Tour Finals ...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 3 months ago 6,506 reads 14 comments

  3. Andy Murray's Brave Public Stance About Scottish Secession a Rarity in Tennis

    Andy Murray 's stance on Scottish independence may have cost him a few British fans. However, he probably gained some who respect him for having a backbone...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 3 months ago 5,237 reads 17 comments

  4. Andy Murray Declares Davis Cup Future Amid Scottish Independence Tweet Abuse

    Updates from Tuesday, Sept. 22 Andy Murray has confessed he regrets the manner in which he tweeted his support for Scottish independence ahead of the recent referendum...

    Nick Akerman Written by Nick Akerman about 3 months ago 8,209 reads 23 comments

  5. What a 2014 Davis Cup Title for the Swiss Would Mean to Roger Federer

    Roger Federer has 17 Grand Slams and 80 career ATP titles. Yet there is one title that has eluded him his entire career...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 3 months ago 12,768 reads 12 comments

  6. Tennis Players Who Have Improved Their Reputation the Most in 2014

    The year of 2014 in tennis is nearing its completion. Trophies have been raised and winning cheques collected across the globe by a whole host of ATP and WTA stars, including those ...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 3 months ago 7,421 reads 23 comments

  7. Is 2014 Men's Tennis Weaker or Stronger Than Recent Golden Era?

    Now that 2014 has completed all four majors in men’s tennis, it’s clear that the sport is in a transitional period...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 8,104 reads 67 comments

  8. The Biggest Reasons to Believe the Big 4 Era in Men's Tennis Is Over

    The Big Four era in tennis may soon be over. Speculation about who would break up the dominant reign of Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray has gone on for months...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 4 months ago 13,497 reads 61 comments

  9. Highlights from the 2014 US Open

    The dust has now settled and after 15 days of ball swatting, line judging and rowdy crowds in New York, the biggest tournaments in tennis, the Grand Slams, are complete for another year...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 4 months ago 2,659 reads 1 comments

  10. Marin Cilic's US Open Win: Does It Herald the End of Tennis' Big Four?

    On Monday, Croatia’s Marin Cilic won his maiden Grand Slam title when he earned a comprehensive, straight-sets victory (6-3, 6-3, 6-3) over Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the U...

    Harry Reardon Written by Harry Reardon about 4 months ago 1,916 reads 12 comments

  11. Kei Nishikori vs Marin Cilic: Examining Significance of 2014 US Open Men's Final

    Marin Cilic made short work of Kei Nishikori on Monday night to win the 2014 U.S. Open men's final 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 in New York and claim his first ever Grand Slam title...

    Rory Marsden Written by Rory Marsden about 4 months ago 2,774 reads 5 comments

  12. US Open Tennis Men's Final 2014: Marin Cilic's Best Is Yet to Come After Title

    Marin Cilic was overcome with emotion after clinching his first Grand Slam title in Monday's 2014 U.S. Open final, but it will be his first of many if the past two weeks are any indication...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 4 months ago 3,234 reads 30 comments

  13. Roger Federer Missed Best Chance He'll Ever Have to Capture 18th Grand Slam

    With his semifinal defeat to Marin Cilic at the 2014 U.S. Open, Roger Federer surrendered what will surely be his best shot at winning an 18th Grand Slam title and putting even more distance between himself and Pete Sampras...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 4 months ago 16,085 reads 97 comments

  14. Power Ranking the Top 20 Men's Players After the 2014 US Open

    The 2014 U.S. Open final was a lopsided and forgettable competition, as Marin Cilic defeated Kei Nishikori to cap off his surprising title. But it was an entertaining fortnight that featured more twists and turns than an Agatha Christie novel...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 28,295 reads 17 comments

  15. Kei Nishikori's Future Extremely Bright Despite Loss in 2014 US Open Final

    Kei Nishikori 's run through the U.S. Open was, to put it mildly, eventful. This was Mike Tyson's Punch Out and he was Little Mac, ascending through better and better opponents ...

    Brendan O'Meara Written by Brendan O'Meara about 4 months ago 4,340 reads 14 comments

  16. US Open Tennis 2014 Men's Final: TV Info and Breakdown of Nishikori vs Cilic

    The 2014 U.S. Open men's final doesn't include Roger Federer , Novak Djokovic or any other member of the famed big four . Instead, tennis fans will feast their eyes on a showdown of emerging stars...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 4 months ago 8,416 reads 1 comments

  17. US Open Tennis 2014: Schedule, TV Info, Predictions for Men's Final in New York

    Monday isn't necessarily a changing of the guard, but it could be a sign of the changing times in men's tennis...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 4 months ago 296 reads 1 comments

  18. US Open Tennis 2014 Men's Final: Kei Nishikori vs. Marin Cilic Ends Big 4 Era

    You might think it's a bit hyperbolic to suggest that the U.S. Open final between Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic is the end of an era in men's tennis...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 4 months ago 4,169 reads 17 comments

  19. US Open Tennis 2014: Latest Predictions for Nishikori vs. Cilic Men's Final

    It certainly isn't the match tennis fans expected, but the 2014 U.S. Open men's final provides a massive stage for two emerging stars...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 4 months ago 7,649 reads 1 comments

  20. US Open 2014 Men's Final: Kei Nishikori vs. Marin Cilic Preview and Prediction

    This is the final that absolutely, positively nobody saw coming but here it is: Late on Monday afternoon, No. 10 Kei Nishikori will take on No. 14 Marin Cilic with the U.S. Open trophy on the line...

    Lindsay Gibbs Written by Lindsay Gibbs about 4 months ago 23,992 reads 104 comments

  21. US Open Tennis 2014: Day 13 Results, Highlights and Scores Recap from New York

    As if the 2014 U.S. Open wasn't unpredictable enough, Day 13 resulted in two of the biggest upsets we've seen to this point. Neither No. 1 Novak Djokovic nor No. 2 Roger Federer will be participating in the tournament's final...

    Sean ODonnell Written by Sean ODonnell about 4 months ago 16,125 reads 23 comments

  22. Roger Federer's Biggest Keys to Victory in US Open Semifinal vs. Marin Cilic

    Roger Federer is up against more than your average No. 14 seed when he faces Marin Cilic in Saturday's 2014 U.S. Open semifinal...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 4 months ago 3,039 reads 32 comments

  23. Roger Federer's Key to Winning the 2014 US Open Is His Composure

    The expected 2014 U.S. Open semifinal berth was slipping away from Roger Federer . Two sets and one hour of lackluster play. The Swiss Maestro battled himself as much as Gael Monfils ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 5,584 reads 80 comments

  24. US Open 2014 Men's Semifinal: Cilic vs. Federer Preview and Prediction

    Did the five-time U.S. Open champ come back from down two sets to none against No. 20 Gael Monfils ? Who thought after the first two sets that Roger Federer could win three sets ...

    Brendan O'Meara Written by Brendan O'Meara about 4 months ago 17,572 reads 19 comments

  25. Roger Federer vs. Gael Monfils: Score and Recap from 2014 US Open

    Roger Federer was not at his best in Thursday's U.S. Open quarterfinal match against talented No. 20 seed Gael Monfils . In pursuit of a sixth tournament win at Flushing Meadows and 18th Grand Slam title, Federer dropped the first two sets...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 4 months ago 33,078 reads 57 comments