1. Andy Murray's Tough Indian Wells Draw Will Force Him to Play His Best Early

    Andy Murray 's draw for the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells is not necessarily ideal for a man still recovering from back surgery. Not only may he have to take on world No...

    Rory Marsden Written by Rory Marsden about 4 months ago 1,248 reads 12 comments

  2. The Biggest Questions Facing Tennis' Top Stars Ahead of Indian Wells 2014

    The BNP Paribas Open is underway in Indian Wells. Along with the excitement associated with the biggest tournament since the Australian Open comes a slew of questions facing tennis' biggest stars...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 4 months ago 3,961 reads 14 comments

  3. Breaking Down the Favorites to Win the 2014 BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells

    The first ATP Masters 1000 event of the year, the BNP Paribas Open, is set to begin on March 6. It takes place in Indian Wells, Calif...

    Justin Olexa Written by Justin Olexa about 4 months ago 4,517 reads 13 comments

  4. Who's More Likely to Win a Major: Tomas Berdych or Jo-Wilfried Tsonga?

    Tomas Berdych and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are tennis brothers of sorts. They are good enough to pay off Top-10 mortgages, but without the capital for luxurious superstar status and Grand Slam fame...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 3,369 reads 32 comments

  5. What Grigor Dimitrov Must Do to Be Taken Seriously in Men's Tennis

    Grigor Dimitrov scored the biggest title win of his career when he defeated Kevin Anderson to take the Mexican Open...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 4 months ago 4,201 reads 15 comments

  6. What Roger Federer's Performance in Dubai Means for Rest of the Season

    The aging process has not always been kind to Roger Federer , but an auspicious start to 2014 has produced a version of the Swiss more characteristic of yesteryear than last year...

    Abbey Chase Written by Abbey Chase about 4 months ago 4,077 reads 29 comments

  7. Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic Produces Epic 26-Shot Rally in Dubai

    Roger Federer upset Novak Djokovic to win their semi-final clash in Dubai on Friday, recovering from a set down to do so...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 4 months ago 8,162 reads 6 comments

  8. Roger Federer vs. Tomas Berdych: Full Finals Preview, Dubai Championships 2014

    Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych face off in the final of the Dubai Championships on Saturday, with both players looking to build on what have been strong starts to the new year...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 4 months ago 14,009 reads 9 comments

  9. Reactions to Early Round Play in Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

    With only one week to go until the first Masters 1000 event of the season, the ATP has made one last stop in Dubai before heading into the American hard-court season...

    Abbey Chase Written by Abbey Chase about 5 months ago 2,028 reads 3 comments

  10. Breaking Down Rafael Nadal's Title Run at the 2014 Rio Open

    Rafael Nadal added yet another clay-court title to his resume, after he defeated Alexandr Dolgopolov in the Rio Open final 6-3, 7-6(3). It was t he King of Clay's 43rd title on clay and 62nd title overall...

    Justin Olexa Written by Justin Olexa about 5 months ago 5,450 reads 7 comments

  11. Why Dubai Tennis Championships Will Be an Important Test for Roger Federer

    Roger Federer is ready to set the tone for the rest of the year at the Dubai Tennis Championships. The speedy courts will be an ideal test for his more aggressive approach, backed by tennis coach Stefan Edberg...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 7,068 reads 42 comments

  12. Roger Federer Hits Between-the-Legs Trick Shot to Win Point in Dubai

    Roger Federer made light work of Benjamin Becker, his first-round opponent in Dubai, and when even his between-the-leg "tweener" shots were coming off, it's not hard to see why...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 5 months ago 8,198 reads 8 comments

  13. Why the Balance of Power in Men's Tennis Is Due for a Seismic Shift in 2014

    Maybe Stanislas Wawrinka’s surprising Australian Open title was an anomaly in men’s tennis, but that has only fueled more speculation for media and fans who wonder how much more will change in 2014...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 8,155 reads 79 comments

  14. Stanislas Wawrinka Won the Australian Open, Is the Big 4 Era over in Tennis?

    Over the past nine years, tennis has been absolutely dominated by the Big Four. Rafael Nadal, Rodger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray had combined to win 34 of 35 majors before this year's Australian Open ...

    Justin Olexa Written by Justin Olexa about 5 months ago 4,745 reads 15 comments

  15. Will Rafael Nadal's Influence Protect the Future of Clay Courts?

    Rafael Nadal is the undisputed "king of clay." At the height of his clay dynasty, he has become more than his favorite surface’s conquering ruler...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 8,299 reads 84 comments

  16. Delray Beach Tennis Championships 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Schedule

    Tommy Haas and John Isner headlined a talented field of men's tennis players descending on Delray Beach Tennis Center this February for the 2014 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships...

    Patrick Clarke Written by Patrick Clarke about 5 months ago 4,420 reads 0 comments

  17. Why Tennis Should Add a 5th Grand Slam in Brazil

    Rafael Nadal , David Ferrer and Fabulous Fabio Fognini head a clay-court line-up at the Rio Open presented by Claro hdtv ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 7,416 reads 140 comments

  18. Why Asia's Influence on Tennis Will Continue to Grow

    Li Na , the first Asian, male or female, to win a Grand Slam, was the catalyst that sparked an increased interest in tennis among Asians. Now the growth of tennis in Asia has taken on a life of its own...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 5 months ago 2,351 reads 11 comments

  19. US National Indoor Tennis Championships 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Schedule

    Japan's Kei Nishikori will attempt to defend his title at the 2014 U.S. National Indoor Tennis Championships, which is a men's-only event that takes place between Feb. 10-16 at the Racquet Club of Memphis in Tennessee...

    Jesse Reed Written by Jesse Reed about 5 months ago 1,535 reads 1 comments

  20. Copa Claro 2014: Daily Scores, Results and Schedule

    The 2014 Copa Claro was the third stop on the ATP Tour’s Latin America trip, and the clay surface of the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club was the perfect backdrop for the exciting tournament...

    Donald Wood Written by Donald Wood about 5 months ago 1,553 reads 2 comments

  21. Ranking the Best Backhands in Men's Tennis History

    Men's tennis has a long history of great backhands peppering the sport. One-handers, two-fisters, tops and spins have all had their places...

    Jeffrey Ruth Written by Jeffrey Ruth about 5 months ago 43,345 reads 76 comments

  22. How Humility Will Help Roger Federer in 2014

    Roger Federer has long been followed by signs reading, "Shh...genius at work." He may want to start replacing those signs with ones simply stating, "Shh.....

    Jeffrey Ruth Written by Jeffrey Ruth about 5 months ago 13,593 reads 107 comments

  23. How Grigor Dimitrov Is Developing into the Next Tennis Superstar

    Don't tell Grigor Dimitrov that he is tennis' next big superstar. The 22-year-old Bulgarian knows he must keep improving...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 8,002 reads 128 comments

  24. How Tennis Is Becoming More Like NASCAR

    Tennis and NASCAR, sports with seemingly little in common, are more alike than you think. When John Isner, who grew up in North Carolina, served as honorary pit crew chief in 2008, ...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 5 months ago 4,965 reads 15 comments

  25. Why Roger Federer's Faith in New Coach Stefan Edberg Will Pay Off

    Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg just feels right. There is everything to like about these two champions. They are generations apart, but they are standards who personify grace and imagination on the tennis court...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 26,659 reads 200 comments