1. Andy Murray Leads Winners and Losers Before Wimbledon 2016

    With Wimbledon 2016 moving from the one-deck circle, grass-court tournaments in Germany, London and Birmingham, England, were tune-ups for some of the stars and opportunities for young players hoping to move up the ladder...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 10 months ago 1,359 reads 11 comments

  2. Federer vs. Thiem Leads Winners and Losers at Grass-Court Tournaments

    With Wimbledon drawing closer, the grass-courts tournaments are hosting stars like Roger Federer and Dominic Thiem from European outposts like Stuttgart and S-Hertogenbosch...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 10 months ago 5,582 reads 8 comments

  3. French Open Withdrawal Forcing Fans to Reconcile with Tennis After Roger Federer

    Roger Federer 's withdrawal from the 2016 French Open serves as a preview of the inevitable. One day he will retire. This is just a dress rehearsal. The real deal promises to be far more depressing and much more formal than a Facebook post...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 11 months ago 6,096 reads 22 comments

  4. Roger Federer Injury Update: Tennis Star Will Not Play at 2016 French Open

    Roger Federer announced Thursday that he's not going to play in the 2016 French Open, as he continues to work on his fitness after suffering a back injury. Federer confirmed the decision on his official Facebook page ...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 11 months ago 8,547 reads 26 comments

  5. Will Ailing Roger Federer Be Healthy in Time for Wimbledon and the Olympics?

    A solemn Roger Federer sat before a horde of reporters at the Madrid Open and unexpectedly announced his withdrawal from the event before his opening match. It's a task that's becoming all too routine for him in 2016...

    Joe Kennard Written by Joe Kennard about 12 months ago 6,705 reads 27 comments

  6. Roger Federer Injury: Updates on Tennis Star's Back and Return

    Tennis superstar Roger Federer suffered a back injury on April 30 in a practice session, according to Hannah Wilks of Live-Tennis.com. He has since missed the French Open but is ready to return to action...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 12 months ago 6,121 reads 24 comments