1. Losing Weight Key For Fish Win Streak

    Mardy Fish realized time to make a change.After having knee surgery late last year, the American decided it was time to lose some weight. Before his surgery, which he said was caused by being too heavy, Fish weighed 203 pounds...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 95 reads 1 comments

  2. Great Matches Ahead at The Legg Mason

    There are some good matches ahead tonight at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic. Mardy Fish will open things up against Viktor Troicki on stadium court. Fernando Verdasco follows against Michael Berrer...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 156 reads 0 comments

  3. Who Will Rise Up In San Diego?

    The WTA action moves to San Diego this week with another solid field for the U.S. Open Series. Jelena Jankovic, Sam Stosur, Vera Zvonareva and Agnieszka Radwanska are the top seeds...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 395 reads 0 comments

  4. Things Will Be Heating Up In D.C.

    The Legg Mason tournament is one of my favorites, mainly because it's close to where I live. However, it also always has a good draw, and makes for a great tournament. This year should be no different...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 151 reads 1 comments

  5. Women's Tennis Tournament at Stanford Wide Open

    The women's Bank of the West Classic at Stanford this week is loaded with top players and should be quite a battle. Sam Stosur is the top seed followed by Elena Dementieva, coming off an injury, Agnieszka Radwanska, and Marion Bartoli...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 635 reads 5 comments

  6. Who Will Win In Los Angeles This Week?

    This week's men's tournament is in L.A. for the Farmer's Classic. It has a decent field. Andy Murray is the top seed followed by Sam Querrey Marcos Baghdatis and Feliciano Lopez. Mardy Fish will also be riding high after a great tournament in Atlanta...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 178 reads 7 comments

  7. The New Era Is About to Begin

    Let's get one thing straight, Mike London and the Virginia Cavaliers won't be winning a championship this year. Rome wasn't built in a day and it will take time for London to work his magic...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 73 reads 0 comments

  8. A victory over Boise State key to Hokies' success

    I don't think I'm going out on a limb when I say that a win over Boise State will go a long way towards Virginia Tech's chances of winning a national title. The Hokies play Boise State on Sept...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 721 reads 7 comments

  9. Who Will Win In Atlanta This Week?

    Each week during the U.S. Open Series, I will take a look at the tournaments and make my predictions. First up is Atlanta...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 491 reads 1 comments

  10. Fans Always Stand Behind Jennifer Capriati

    I still remember that beautiful and infectious smile. The pure soda-pop voice and giggle of a 13-year-old still lingers in my mind. From the beginning, I was a Jennifer Capriati fan...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 429 reads 3 comments

  11. Will Nicole Vaidisova Ever Return To Tennis?

    Nicole Vaidisova married fellow czech Radek Stepanek on Saturday in their home country. While this news saddened me and many other Vaidisova fans, clinging to the hope we had a chance ...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 2,237 reads 2 comments

  12. With Serena Williams Out Things Will Get Interesting

    Serena Williams has announced that she will miss the tournaments leading up to the U.S. Open. Williams recently cut her foot on broken glass at a restaurant and will need surgery. Williams has not said whether she will be able to play in the U...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 589 reads 4 comments

  13. U.S. Open Series Is The Best Time Of The Year

    Now that Wimbledon is over. It is time for my favorite part of the season - hard courts and the U.S. Open Series. I love the buildup to the U.S. Open and how so many of the top players play in many of these U...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 176 reads 1 comments

  14. LeBron James Needs To Go To Miami

    If LeBron James is smart he will have Will Smith on hand when he makes his big announcement. Smith can sing "Welcome to Miami" as LeBron makes it official. LeBron needs to go to Miami...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 271 reads 0 comments

  15. Nadal Showing He's The Top Dog

    Rafael Nadal is going to win Wimbledon on Sunday and prove once again that he is the top player in the world. I am predicting that Rafa will win in four sets over Berdych...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about 4 years ago 231 reads 4 comments

  16. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie: Jelena Dokic Is Back!

    The Blonde ponytail bouncing around. The fist pumps. The smile as wide as the grand canyon and of course the tears after every win. The fighting spirit and guts displayed in every match, which ignited the Australian crowd...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 221 reads 1 comments

  17. Is Roddick Ready To Win Another Major?

    Andy Roddick is one of my favorites and as much as I wish he could get to No. 1 again, I don't think that's going to happen. However, that doesn't mean he can't win more slams - and that's good enough for me...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 158 reads 1 comments

  18. Will Murray Live Up To His Hype?

    Andy Murray has always been an interesting player to watch in my opinion. I've always thought he's been a little over-hyped. Maybe it's the need for a local to win Wimbledon. Or just the need to hype a different type of player...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 178 reads 3 comments

  19. Time For The Djoker To Prove He's One Of The Best

    One player that always seems to get lost in the shuffle in the men's game is Novak Djokovic or as I like to call him the Djoker. he has plenty of talent, but has trouble getting over the hump against many of the big dogs in tennis...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 131 reads 4 comments

  20. 2010 Is a Pivital Year For Rafa

    Rafael Nadal had a solid 2009 season, but injuries slowed him down. That leaves 2010 as a big year for Rafa. It's a chance for Rafa to show that he's still one of if not the best. It's also a chance for Rafa to show that he can stay healthy...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 261 reads 2 comments

  21. 2010 Could Be the Year of Del Potro

    Juan Martin Del Potro showed at the U.S. Open that he's capable of beating the best players at the biggest stages. In 2010, I think he will emerge as one of the main players to beat...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 188 reads 5 comments

  22. Serena: Simply The Best In The World

    Serena Williams. I am not a fan. I think her tirade at the U.S. Open was terrible and that she's a bad role model for kids...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 121 reads 3 comments

  23. Dementieva: The Most Overlooked Player

    It occurred to me that in my column yesterday I forgot to mention Elena Dementieva. She is consistently one of the top players in the game. She always challenges at grand slams. She's won an Olympic Gold Medal, but yet she's always so easy to overlook...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 124 reads 2 comments

  24. 2010 Is Going To Be Awesome

    Soon the huge serves, dominating forehands and blistering backhands will return. The new tennis season is not far off (thankfully). I for one think 2010 will be a great one for both the men and the women...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 389 reads 4 comments

  25. A Tennis Addict's Worst Nightmare

    Tennis withdrawal. I think it's what every fan is going through right now. Luckily there are ways to get us through it. On youtube you can always find old matches from past years, including classics like Connors-Krickstien from the U...

    Tommy Keeler Written by Tommy Keeler about over 4 years ago 238 reads 0 comments