1. Predicting Which Active Tennis Players Will Win Grand Slam Titles

    Recently, men's tennis Grand Slam tournaments have been dominated by a few names: Rafael Nadal , Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic . In the following list, I will predict which active male players will finish their career with a Grand Slam title...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about 3 years ago 2,413 reads 10 comments

  2. The Top 10 Biggest Crying Moments in Sports History

    Sports are for tough guys, right? At least that's what they always say. That only the toughest and the strongest make it, and that's what we believe—that these athletes are ...

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  3. Rafael Nadal: What Does the 2011 US Open Mean for His Legacy?

    Although he is only 25 years old, Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal is already considered one of the top six or seven best tennis players of all time. By 24, Rafa had already become just the fourth player to have a career Grand Slam in the Open Era...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about 3 years ago 2,049 reads 39 comments

  4. Why Mardy Fish Is a Legitimate Contender at the 2011 US Open

    Around this time last year, American Mardy Fish was reaching a pivotal point in his career. He was 28 years old and ranked No. 36 in the world. Fish was once before a top-20 player, but a wrist injury in 2005 dropped him out of the top 300...

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  5. 10 Dirtiest Players in Sports

    Sports are meant to be a thing of beauty; that's why people watch it, right? To see the flow of the game and the magic moment when sport becomes an art. A special moment where it seems like everything is just falling into place...

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  6. 2011 US Open: What Rafael Nadal Needs to Do in Order to Beat Novak Djokovic

    Entering this year's US Open, something seems wrong in the men's field. For every year starting in 2004, either Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal has been the top seed going into the season's final major...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about 3 years ago 1,577 reads 64 comments

  7. 7 Grand Slam Tournaments That Defined Roger Federer's Career

    Just last month, Roger Federer suffered a very disappointing loss at the hands of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon ...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about 3 years ago 1,561 reads 26 comments

  8. 10 Weirdest Pre-Game Rituals of All Time

    Watching a basketball, football, or a baseball game can be a thing of beauty. When both teams are playing at a high level, it truly looks like an art...

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  9. The 10 Worst Athlete Acting Performances of All Time

    Athletes are amazing at what they do, or else, evidently, they wouldn't be athletes at the professional level that they are in. Athletes crave all the attention they get from playing sports...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 16,672 reads 33 comments

  10. US Open 2011: Why This Is Andy Murray's Best Chance in NY so Far

    Underachiever, not enough mental strength, best player ever without a slam. Andy Murray is described in this way all the time. He has all the talent somebody could ask for, yet, at the age of 24, he has yet to win a Grand Slam title...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 1,101 reads 13 comments

  11. NFL Free Agency: Which Receiver Should the Washington Redskins Pursue?

    The NFL lockout ended Monday, signaling that there will be an NFL season. Before any games start, however, teams must go through an offseason, trying to sign and trade players to have their rosters set by the start of the preseason...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 260 reads 0 comments

  12. US Open Series Prediction: The Winners of Every Remaining Tournament

    One of the most exciting parts of the tennis season is the Olympus US Open Series. It is wonderful preparation for the US Open—the final major of the year. It gives players a chance to add an exclamation point to the end of their season...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 563 reads 3 comments

  13. Novak Djokovic: Is His Dominance Good for Tennis?

    For what seems like forever in men's tennis, two men dominated the game. Everything was about Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer ...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 2,732 reads 25 comments

  14. The 15 Best Sports Clips of All Time (With Video)

    Every month or so, something happens in sports that's almost too extreme, too magical, too ridiculous to really be explained. The feeling of disbelief can only be obtained by watching this event happen...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 4,981 reads 0 comments

  15. 5 NBA Players Who Would Most Benefit from a Lockout

    Recently, all NBA talk has revolved around one subject: the lockout. The work stoppage has annoyed players and fans alike. The league knows that not only will it lose money next year, but if there is no season, the outlook is pretty grim...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 361 reads 0 comments

  16. Soccer: See 8 Breakout Players 19 and Under

    You may or may not have heard of these 8 soccer players, but there is one thing that we should both be able to agree on: These players are going to go far in their careers...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 3,817 reads 15 comments

  17. Copa America 2011 Knockout Stage Predictions

    The knockout stages of the Copa America are underway, and after a rather disappointing start to the group stage, things are sure to heat up...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 908 reads 8 comments

  18. From Kobe to Kanye: Comparing Athletes to Their Rap Counterparts

    "I swear sports and music are so synonymous, cause we want to be them, and they want to be us"-Drake Athletes want to be musicians, musicians want to be athletes, and every other human being couldn't care less as long as he was in one of their shoes...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 1,981 reads 3 comments

  19. Wimbledon 2011 Aftermath: How Novak Djokovic Took over the World of Tennis

    From the beginning of 2005 to the end of 2010, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer batted Grand Slam trophies back and forth like tennis balls. They combined to win 21 titles (12 for Federer, nine for Nadal) over that span...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 1,404 reads 9 comments

  20. The 40 Best Sports Movies of All Time

    Sports Movies: The perfect mix of Hollywood and athletics. For a sport fan, it's almost heaven--it holds the action that can drive a sport fanatic to ridiculous excitement, with the ...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 16,414 reads 4 comments

  21. Fear the Beard: The Best Beards in the NBA, Position by Position

    Facial hair in the NBA is a big deal. It basically tells everything about the character of many league players. While some players like to keep it clean-shaven, others opt for the manly beards...

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  22. The Zen's Best 10: The Most Memorable Moments in Phil Jackson's Career

    On a sad and historic day, just around three weeks ago, the person who many consider to be the best coach in the history of basketball retired...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 2,665 reads 4 comments

  23. Men's Tennis: Predicting the Winners of the 10 Next Grand Slams

    For any tennis player, the measuring stick for greatness is major championships. This is what all tennis players dream of. Prior to the majority of these tournaments, we try to predict who will win, who will lose early, whose a dark-hore, etc...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 3,414 reads 53 comments

  24. Major League Soccer Needs More Spice!

    Soccer is a rising sport in the United States. Currently second-tier compared to the old guard of football, basketball, and baseball, many estimate that in a decade, soccer will be mentioned in the same breath as America's most popular sports...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 163 reads 1 comments

  25. Washington Redskins: Which Quarterback Makes the Most Sense?

    This NFL offseason, one of the most followed position battles will be for starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins . As of now, there are four potential options: John Beck , Rex Grossman, Donovan McNabb or acquire someone new...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 3 years ago 1,316 reads 6 comments