1. "Rafa Slam" Not as Good as His Grand Slam, Insinuates Laver: Why He's Wrong

    With the start of the Australian Open just days away, it's not a surprise that we would hear Australian tennis great Rod Laver's take on the potential "Rafa Slam...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about over 3 years ago 678 reads 59 comments

  2. Zvonareva's Exhibition Victory over Wozniacki a Confidence Boost for Aussie Open

    Is Vera Zvonareva ready to push for the No. 1 ranking? Zvonareva, who has recently become known for her meltdowns on court and inability to rise to the occasion, showed what she is made of on Saturday, albeit in an exhibition tournament...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about over 3 years ago 241 reads 1 comments

  3. WTA Linz: Ana Ivanovic Advances to First Final This Season

    2009 Indian Wells. That was the last time that former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic was in the final of a tournament...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 312 reads 1 comments

  4. College Football Week 7: Florida State Cruises to Victory Over Boston College

    It wasn't a blowout victory, but the Florida State Seminoles got the job done against Boston College. While the Eagles were able to keep it close for most of the game, Seminoles wide receiver Bert Reed's 42-yard touchdown secured the 24-19 victory...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 483 reads 11 comments

  5. Roger Federer Denies He Gave Manager Inside Information Before '07 French Final

    Earlier this week, news broke that Agate Printing, Inc. filed suit against IMG and it's owner Ted Forstmann...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 1,294 reads 5 comments

  6. Caroline Wozniacki is No. 1?: The 10 Biggest Surprises of the 2010 Season

    The 2010 tennis season has been filled with many unexpected moments. Not only did Serena miss the US Open after stepping on glass (or something like that), but Juan Martin del Potro ...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 1,382 reads 14 comments

  7. WTA Linz: Ana Ivanovic's Bathroom Blunder Costs Her the Game, But Not the Match

    Ana Ivanovic reached the quarterfinals of the Generali Ladies in Linz by defeating Czech Barbora Zahlavova Strycova 6-3, 6-2, but that match wasn't void of drama...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 694 reads 0 comments

  8. Roger Federer and Tiger Woods' Manager Involved in Betting Scandal

    IMG, one of the largest sports management companies in the world, is being sued by Agate Printing, Inc, who allegedly aided the owner of IMG, Theodore Forstmann, in his sports bets and provided him with escorts...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  9. Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray's Playstation Battle

    On the court, top-ranked Rafael Nadal and fourth-ranked Andy Murray have had several close matches, including an exciting five-setter at the Australian Open in 2007. Their latest tussle, however, didn't involve rackets and nets...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 1,784 reads 2 comments

  10. Shanghai Masters 2010: Nadal, Federer Advance To Third Round

    The Shanghai Masters, which one of two remaining Masters 1000 events of this season, is of great importance as the top players are attempting to garner enough points to make the field of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 1,264 reads 52 comments

  11. Minnesota Vikings: Injuries Will Cost Them a Spot in the Playoffs

    With all of the talk about Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre 's off-field issues, it is easy to overlook the key injuries that are beginning to pile up in Minnesota...

    Candice Hare Written by Candice Hare about almost 4 years ago 295 reads 1 comments