1. The Most Significant Matches in Tennis History

    Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory carried great significance for the people of Great Britain. But does it rank among the most significant matches in tennis history? In gauging the ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 24,924 reads 10 comments

  2. Best Teenage Prospects in Tennis Today

    The child prodigy has virtually disappeared in tennis, making it difficult to identify the top teenage prospects in tennis today. Not long ago, teenagers dominated the sport. Martina Hingis was ranked No...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 14,231 reads 10 comments

  3. The Worst Tennis Parents of All Time

    Choosing the worst tennis parents is a challenge in a sport where players' mothers and fathers have gained notoriety for their repulsive and exploitative behavior...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 9,455 reads 33 comments

  4. Ranking the Most Controversial Players in Tennis History

    Ernests Gulbis ' comment to l'Equipe that "tennis today badly lacks characters” is a reminder that the sport has provided a number of controversial athletes over the years...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 10,354 reads 19 comments

  5. Ranking the 10 Best Net Players in Tennis Today

    Sergiy Stakhovsky's use of a serve-and-volley game to upset of Roger Federer at Wimbledon rekindled the debate regarding the best net players in tennis today...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 8,197 reads 9 comments

  6. Ranking the Most Clutch Players in Tennis History

    Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory in front of British fans pleading for a home-country champion demonstrated his ability to perform in a pressure situation...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 6,371 reads 74 comments

  7. Ranking the 10 Most Underrated Players in Tennis

    Before David Ferrer gained acclaim for reaching the 2013 French Open finals, he was the most underrated player in tennis...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 6,834 reads 5 comments

  8. The One Loss Each of Tennis' Top Stars Will Never Forget

    Even the best players in the world have at least one loss that haunts them, one they will never forget. A number of today's stars suffered humbling losses in the 2013 Wimbledon tournament...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 4,916 reads 25 comments

  9. Ranking the 10 Most Dominant Seasons in Tennis History

    Novak Djokovic had an outstanding year in 2011, winning three of the four Grand Slam events, but was it among the most dominant seasons in tennis history? Was that more dominant ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 15,373 reads 54 comments

  10. Ranking the 10 Best Rivalries in Tennis History

    The rivalry involving Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer may be waning, but does it still deserve to be ranked among the 10 best rivalries in tennis history? Perhaps it's been surpassed ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 10,847 reads 33 comments

  11. Ranking the 10 Most Skilled Players on the ATP Tour

    The most skilled male players are not necessarily the best players on the ATP Tour, and vice versa . Being skilled is certainly an important aspect of achieving tennis success, ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 39,939 reads 111 comments

  12. Ranking the 10 Most Epic Matches in Tennis History

    Was Novak Djokovic's thrilling, five-set victory over Juan Martin del Potro in the Wimbledon semifinals among the 10 most epic matches in tennis history? Perhaps Andy Murray's ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 25,793 reads 27 comments

  13. Ranking the 10 Most Unlikely Wimbledon Winners in History

    Marion Bartoli's victory in the women's singles final at the All England Club raises an obvious question: Was she the most unlikely Wimbledon winner in history? Before the tournament ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 9,214 reads 15 comments

  14. The 10 Greatest Wimbledon Finals of All Time

    The 89 years between Suzanne Lenglen's classic 1919 victory and Rafael Nadal 's riveting 2008 triumph provide reams of material to debate which 10 Wimbledon finals were the greatest of all time...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 59,792 reads 34 comments

  15. The Greatest Stars in Wimbledon History

    Serena Williams ' recent success instigates debate whether she is the greatest star in Wimbledon history...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 8,812 reads 9 comments

  16. The Most Shocking Upsets in Wimbledon History

    Rafael Nadal 's stunning straight-sets loss to Steve Darcis in the first round on Monday raises an obvious question: Was that the biggest upset in Wimbledon history? And what ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 101,644 reads 45 comments

  17. The Most Memorable Matches in Wimbledon History

    Wimbledon and the All England Club have fostered more than their share of unforgettable moments. A surprising result, a historic occurrence, a touching moment or sheer tennis excellence can etch a particular match into your memory...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 2,082 reads 6 comments

  18. Wimbledon Tennis 2013: Championship Odds and Predictions for Top Contenders

    French Open champions Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams are the hottest players coming into Wimbledon, which starts Monday. But the outlook for those two on the grass of the All England Club is very different...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 35,982 reads 30 comments

  19. Ranking the Best Grass-Court Players in Tennis History

    Before 1975, when three of the four Grand Slam events were played on grass, proficiency on grass courts was necessary to achieve tennis stardom. The U.S...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 13,928 reads 19 comments

  20. Stock Watch for Top Tennis Stars After the 2013 French Open

    With the French Open in the rear-view mirror, we decided to use a Wall Street approach to assess the tennis landscape heading into Wimbledon...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 5,630 reads 13 comments

  21. Ranking the Greatest Stars in French Open History

    With Rafael Nadal in position to capture his eighth French Open singles title, it's worthwhile to debate where he ranks among the greatest French Open stars in history. The debate starts with defining the term "star...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 73,292 reads 22 comments

  22. French Open 2013: Odds for Each Semifinalist to Win at Roland Garros

    All the favorites got to the semifinals of the French Open, and no long shots remain. No one seeded worse than sixth is still alive in either the men's or women's singles draw. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga pulled off the most significant upset, beating No...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 9,970 reads 6 comments

  23. French Open 2013: The Biggest Surprises from the First Week at Roland Garros

    The favorites are still alive heading into the second week of the French Open. But there were some surprises. Some of the unexpected occurrences involved upsets, some involved unanticipated trends, some involved unlikely incidents...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 year ago 3,405 reads 2 comments

  24. French Open 2013: Predictions and Tournament Preview

    The outlook for the French Open, which starts Sunday, is a bit unusual: A man who'll be seeded third and a 31-year-old woman who has not advanced past the French Open quarterfinals in 10 years are the overwhelming favorites, according to a CNN report..

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about over 1 year ago 10,766 reads 11 comments

  25. Is the Big 4 the Best Quartet in Tennis History?

    Novak Djokovic , Rafael Nadal , Roger Federer and Andy Murray have accounted for 35 Grand Slam singles titles, including the last 13 in a row. If anyone other than those four wins the French Open, it will be a major surprise...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about over 1 year ago 4,031 reads 50 comments