1. Caroline Wozniacki: Is She Ready To Dominate Women's Tennis?

    Her angelic face can tell that she's enjoying to be on court playing tennis. Her smile is irresistible as well as her counterpunching groundstrokes. She's lovely and friendly, too...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 1,218 reads 31 comments

  2. Melanie Oudin: The Williams Sister's Successor?

    Venus and Serena Williams have done so much in tennis. From their power hitting ability to achievements to fashion, they are considered as successful women tennis players that burst into the scene or should I say that women's tennis have...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 815 reads 7 comments

  3. When Serena Williams Escapes...

    We all know that Serena Williams has a power that is too strong for the rest of her contemporaries. She often outplayed her opponents using her dangerous groundstrokes and she even won points not exerting too much effort using her serve...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 586 reads 10 comments

  4. Will Serena Williams End the Year As Women's Top Ranked Tennis Player?

    The Belgians, Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin, made some noise when they renew their rivalry at Brisbane International, a warm-up event leading to the Australian Open, whereas Serena ...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 775 reads 24 comments

  5. Will Rafael Nadal End the Year As Men's Top Ranked Tennis Player?

    After failing to reached finals at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells and Miami, losing in the semifinals to Ivan Ljubicic and Andy Roddick respectively, Rafael Nadal's first ...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 1,714 reads 52 comments

  6. Serena Williams Served Her Way To 13th Grand Slam Title... And Counting

    It's been more than a decade since Serena Williams won her first Grand Slam title at 1999 US Open defeating former world No.1 Martina Hingis, in the battle of the youngsters...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 701 reads 0 comments

  7. Rafael Nadal: The Undisputed World Number One, Time To Start Supremacy

    It's time. Rafael Nadal's convincing win at All-England Club gave him second Wimbledon title in four consecutive finals...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 673 reads 0 comments

  8. Andy Murray Can't Do It On His Home As The Long Wait Continues

    Andy Murray began his 2010 ATP World Tour campaign by reaching his second Grand Slam at Australian Open losing to Roger Federer in straight sets...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 175 reads 7 comments

  9. Serena Williams and The Wannabees

    The door has been widely opened for Serena Williams, the top seed and the defending champion, as the top contenders for the Wimbledon title as has been wiped out one by one...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 169 reads 2 comments

  10. Roger Federer and Andy Roddick On Different Trail Of Fate

    The second week at this year's Wimbledon, scheduled interesting and blockbuster fourth round matches. Of course, the top players are still the heavy favorite to advanced, but those who are struggling will surely be out of the tournament...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 1,028 reads 28 comments

  11. A Great Rivalry Can Be A Great Tandem Too?

    Tennis has been exciting and interesting to watch because of the established rivalry. And what's more interesting with a rivalry is the contrast of playing styles as well as personalities possessed by each player...

    Jay Galan Written by Jay Galan about 4 years ago 401 reads 2 comments