1. French Open Tennis 2011: 10 Reasons Francesca Schiavone Can Repeat

    In the 2010 French Open , Italian veteran Francesca Schiavone emerged out of nowhere to capture her first career grand slam...

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  2. 2011 French Open: Tomas Berdych Knocked out Early

    The first couple days of the 2011 French Open started out pretty much the way you would expect it. That all changed this morning as last year's semifinalist and No. 6 seed Tomas Berdych went down in a major upset...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about 3 years ago 245 reads 1 comments

  3. French Open 2011: How the Women's Field Stacks Up Against Caroline Wozniacki

    World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki has accomplished many things in her young career to this point. She has 12 career singles titles, including three already this year...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about 3 years ago 718 reads 2 comments

  4. French Open 2011: Men's and Women's Draw Preview and Analysis

    Two things come to my mind when I think about the 2011 French Open . First, is how incredibly wide open the women’s tournament is...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about 3 years ago 1,138 reads 7 comments

  5. French Open 2011 Draw: Why the Men's Draw Sets Up Poorly for Rafael Nadal

    World No. 1 and clay-court aficionado Rafael Nadal has entered the French Open tournament six times and has hoisted the trophy five of those times...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about 3 years ago 1,885 reads 7 comments

  6. More Bad News for Rays: Manny Ramirez Announces Retirement

    In a shocking development for major league baseball today, 19-year veteran Manny Ramirez has announced his retirement from the game...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  7. My Advice to a Legend: Just Retire Now Roger Federer

    Tennis great Roger Federer has accomplished so much in his career. His 16 Grand Slam singles titles are the most in the history of men's tennis...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 1,855 reads 100 comments

  8. Australian Open 2011: The Land of Threes

    In a year comprised solely of 0's, 1's and 2's, the 2011 version of the Australian Open has thus far been all about the 3's...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 563 reads 9 comments

  9. Andy Murray Provides Best Chance To Curtail Rafa Slam

    With world No. 1 Rafael Nadal fully expected to knock off fellow Spaniard David Ferrer later tonight in Melbourne, arguably the best four players in the game will advance to the final four at the 2011 Australian Open with history at stake...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 203 reads 3 comments

  10. Australian Open: Francesca Schiavone Bounced, but She's Still a Winner

    After playing the longest match in women's grand slam history just two days before, No. 6 seed Francesca Schiavone was not expected to have much left for her quarterfinal matchup against No...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 3 years ago 391 reads 6 comments

  11. ALDS Game One: Make or Break For Defending Champion Yankees

    Yes, the New York Yankees are the most storied franchise in the history of Major League Baseball with the most World Championships...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  12. Week 1 Fantasy NFL: What Will Preseason Gem Foster Bring?

    In just about a month's time, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster has gone from at best a guy who would receive a few carries a game, to possible low-end RB1/ high-end RB2 in standard fantasy football leagues...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 535 reads 1 comments

  13. Was That Really Novak Djokovic Out There Today Against Roger Federer?

    Heading into the second semi-final on today's Super Saturday of the US Open, most people figured it was just one last men's match until the epic Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer final the next day...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 337 reads 7 comments

  14. Venus Williams Comes Up Short Again On Grand Slam Board In 2010

    After losing to Kim Clijsters today in the 2010 US Open semi-finals, Venus Williams looked very dejected. That is to be expected to happen to anyone who makes it to the final four of ...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 313 reads 3 comments

  15. Better Chance To Ruin "The Matchup"- Djokovic or Youzhny?

    If you just look at the seeds remaining in the men's singles draw, you would think that Novak Djokovic has a better chance than Mikhail Youzhny (seeded 12 and a surprising semi-finalist ...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 464 reads 3 comments

  16. Murray Ousted by Wawrinka at The U.S. Open

    World No. 4 Andy Murray has been defeated by Stanislas Wawrinka in the third round of the U.S. Open. Murray was one of the top contenders at this tournament but will finish yet another year without getting his first grand slam victory of his career...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 194 reads 2 comments

  17. U.S. Open 2010: Andy Roddick Falls to Janko Tipsarevic in Second Round

    Possible contender and No. 9 seed Andy Roddick has been dispatched from the 2010 U.S. Open at the hands of unseeded Janko Tipsarevic in four sets...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 988 reads 15 comments

  18. Game, Set, Match.... Andy

    The last time tennis great Roger Federer did not reach the finals of the U.S. Open was in 2003. That was the year that young American hope Andy Roddick won what was supposed to be the first of at least a handful of grand slam tournaments...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 246 reads 7 comments

  19. New York Yankees: Javier Vazquez's Second Stint in the Bronx a Failure

    As a member of the Atlanta Braves in 2009, current Yankees pitcher Javier Vazquez was arguably a top five starting pitcher in the game (15-10, 2.87 ERA, 238K). It was his best season in the major leagues, as he sports a career 4...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 120 reads 3 comments

  20. It's Sharapova Time- Maybe

    With the recent news of Serena Williams pulling out of the 2010 U.S. Open, three-time grand slam champion Maria Sharapova should be licking her chops...

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  21. Chris Young: A Diamondback Reborn

    What a difference a year can make for an athlete. On August 9, 2009, Diamondbacks center-fielder Chris Young was sent down to the minor leagues...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  22. The End of an Era In Tennis?

    One year ago today, tennis superstar Roger Federer was heading into the summer hard court season on top of the world...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about almost 4 years ago 1,464 reads 18 comments