1. Predicting the Men's Tennis Tournament in Madrid

    The next big stop for the men on the road to Roland Garros is in Madrid this week. Andy Murray pulled out with an injury, Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish also withdrew...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,304 reads 30 comments

  2. Tennis: Predicting the Madrid Open Women's Tournament

    As we enter the heart of the clay court season it's time to look at this week's big women's tournament in Madrid. There are lots of questions to be answered this week...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,139 reads 2 comments

  3. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook Leading the Thunder Through 2012 NBA Playoffs

    I've picked Oklahoma City to win the Western Conference since the beginning of the season. Over the last few days, I'll admit I was getting a little antsy about that pick. Until last night...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 517 reads 1 comments

  4. NBA Playoffs 2012: San Antonio Spurs Could Have Championship Run in Them

    I'll be the first to admit I haven't watched the San Antonio Spurs much this season. However, Wednesday night I watched them play against the Utah Jazz and I was very impressed...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,086 reads 16 comments

  5. Jason Giambi's 3-Run 9th Inning Blast Lifts Rockies Past Dodgers

    Pinch-hitter Jason Giambi 's three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Colorado Rockies to an 8-5 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday. Giambi's blast came off L...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 189 reads 0 comments

  6. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat Now Favorites to Win Elusive NBA Title

    The NBA title is now Miami's to lose. As Derrick Rose tore his ACL this past weekend, the Chicago Bulls' chances of winning the title went down the drain...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,146 reads 25 comments

  7. Maria Sharapova and Rafael Nadal's Titles Take Them a Step Closer to the Top

    Maria Sharapova and Rafael Nadal 's wins last week in Stuttgart, Germany, and Barcelona came in very different ways. Sharapova had to struggle to get through her tournament, gutting out some big wins...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,411 reads 4 comments

  8. Maria Sharapova's Win over Victoria Azarenka Could Revive Women's Tennis

    Finally there's a rivalry in women's tennis again. Maria Sharapova 's victory over Victoria Azarenka in the Porsche Grand Prix final in Germany was huge on many levels for the WTA Tour...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 1,219 reads 6 comments

  9. Citi Open: D.C. Tennis Tourney Heading in Right Direction

    Tennis is taking a step in the right direction in the Washington, D.C. area this summer. At a press conference last week , it was announced that Citi will be taking over from Legg Mason as the sponsor of the men's tennis tournament...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 755 reads 3 comments

  10. Jennifer Capriati Very Deserving of International Tennis Hall of Fame Nod

    A few weeks ago, it was announced that Jennifer Capriati, my favorite sports athlete of all time, will be inducted this July in Newport, R.I...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 2 years ago 690 reads 2 comments

  11. Ryan Harrison Advances to Second Round in Legg Mason Tennis Classic

    Ryan Harrison found his second wind just in the nick of time. The American, who is coming off back-to-back semifinal showings in Atlanta and Los Angeles, struggled in the second set against Mischa Zverev...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 191 reads 4 comments

  12. Zvonareva, Lisicki Headline Solid Field in San Diego

    The women head to San Diego this week. It's not the strongest field in the world, but there are still some quality players in the tournament. I'm sure there will be some very good, high-quality matches especially as the tournament progresses...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  13. Roddick Withdraw Won't Slow Down Exciting Legg Mason Classic

    The men move to wonderful Washington D.C. this week in what should be a very exciting tournament. Unfortunately, Andy Roddick has withdrawn from the tournament due to abdominal injury...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 123 reads 0 comments

  14. Tennis: Things Should Really Heat Up in Los Angeles Tournament

    The Farmers Classic in Los Angeles has a pretty strong field once again this season. Mardy Fish, Juan Martin Del Potro , Marcos Baghdatis and Thomas Bellucci highlight the field...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 205 reads 0 comments

  15. Tennis: Inaugural Citi Open Has Solid Field

    Women's tennis is returning to the Washington D.C. area this week with the inaugural Citi Open. It is an International level event, but look for it to become a much bigger tournament in a few years...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 328 reads 0 comments

  16. Maria Sharapova-Serena Williams Clash Headlines Stanford Tournament

    The U.S. Open Series is kicking into high gear this week. So I will attempt to look into the crystal ball at some of next week's tournaments. The Bank of the West Classic Tennis Tournament at Stanford University has some pretty big names in it...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 670 reads 2 comments

  17. Melanie Oudin Looking to Turn Things Around After Slow Start to 2011

    Melanie Oudin has no trouble recalling the wonderful memories of her great run at the U.S. Open two years ago. The teenage blonde knocked off Elena Dementieva , Maria Sharapova and Nadia Petrova to advance to the U...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 3 years ago 643 reads 5 comments

  18. Wozniacki Deserves Credit For Win Over Sharapova

    Ok, so I admit it - I was wrong. Those words aren't easy for me to type, but I underestimated Caroline Wozniacki. The Danish tennis player is the real deal and she showed it with her 6-3, 6-4 win over Maria Sharapova on Monday...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 561 reads 5 comments

  19. Women's U.S. Open Is Wide Open

    With Serena Williams out the women's U.S. Open is more open than ever. There are probably 10 or so players that have a legitimate shot at winning it. Two of the popular picks are players seeded 10 and 14 - Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova...

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  20. Three Men Can Win The U.S. Open

    The U.S. Open is almost here and now that the draw is out it's time to make my fearless predictions. The men's tournament should be great. I think there are three men that have a chance to win - Rafael Nadal...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 357 reads 1 comments

  21. Top Women Set To Battle It Out In Montreal

    Much like the men, the women's field in Montreal is pretty much the same as the one in Cincy. It will be a chance for some of the top players to make up for a dismal week in Cincy, while others will have a chance to keep their momentum going...

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  22. Will The Top Four Stay On a Roll In Cincy?

    The men head to Cincinnati this week. It's basically the same tournament, same players as last week. Last week I picked the top four to advance to the semifinals - and they did...

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  23. WTA Tour Rolls Into Cincy

    The WTA Tour steamrolls into Cincinnati this week for the first of two big events leading into the U.S. Open. Despite Venus Williams joining sister Serena on the sidelines, it's still a great field...

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  24. Toronto Field Is Bringing The Heat

    Action in the U.S. Open Series begins to heat up this week as most of the top players go to Toronto for the Rogers Cup.This should be a great tournament, almost like a mini-U.S. open...

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  25. Querrey Feeling Confident Despite Loss at Legg Mason

    Sam Querrey lost a match on Wednesday, but his confidence is still soaring. The American won in Los Angeles last week, pulling out three three-setters en route to the title...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 125 reads 0 comments