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Van Sias is a professional tennis writer whose work has appeared in USA Today, The New York Times, amNewYork, AskMen.com, Tennis View Magazine and on various tennis websites. A career journalist, Van is also the creator of the tennis blogs Tennis Talk, Anyone?, now in its fifth year, and his latest, The Doubles Alley, which focuses on team play.

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  • Gianluca Trigoni posted 709 days ago

    Gianluca Trigoni

    Hi Van,
    We are a Publishing company which already has One title World Business Magazine being published for over one year. We are now Launching a Monthly Sports Magazine and wanted to inquire whether you would be interested in allowing us to use your content for our Print Publication. Kindly drop us an email at trigoni@worldbizjournals.com so that we can talk further.

    Regards,

  • Linus Fernandes posted 1048 days ago

    Linus Fernandes

    Van, I enjoyed your previous article '5 Things Donald Young Can Learn..." as well. Have a great day.

  • Ash Marshall posted 1291 days ago

    Ash Marshall

    Hey Van,

    I've just posted a story about the global evolution of tennis and the increasing popularity of the sport. I've put a lot of time and effort into it, and I'd be really grateful to get any feedback you have.

    If you get a chance to check it out, that would be great.

    On a side note, I've recently moved to Brooklyn from Queens, so hi!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/594875-the-global-evolution-of-tennis-is-bringing-the-sport-to-new-markets-an-analysis

    Thanks,

    Ash

  • Anthony Kang posted 1295 days ago

    Anthony Kang

    Alright Van, sorry about that, I thought "the title of his career" is what you actually meant to say. It's been amended, but please do feel free to overrule if need be. AK

  • Ash Marshall posted 1309 days ago

    Ash Marshall

    Hey Van,

    Roger Federer was pushed to the limit in round 2 against Gilles Simon. I've deconstructed his performance and evaluated why Simon was able to get back into the game. If you get a chance, I'd love to hear your thoughts.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/578399-roger-federer-pushed-to-5-sets-at-australian-open-an-in-depth-analysis

    Thanks,

    Ash