1. Jack Sock: Wimbledon Doubles Win Could Further Propel Singles Success

    In one of the biggest surprises at Wimbledon this year, the unseeded pairing of American Jack Sock and Canadian Vasek Pospisil captured the men's doubles title with a five-set win over the world's top-ranked duo, Bob and Mike Bryan...

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  2. Kei Nishikori Establishes Himself as a French Open Favorite

    Rafael Nadal has suffered a couple of shock defeats the past couple of weeks. Novak Djokovic is hurt. And Stanislas Wawrinka is still showing some signs of inconsistency...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 2 months ago 4,170 reads 22 comments

  3. Alexandr Dolgopolov: Can He Maintain Recent Form and Land in the Top 10?

    While it might not garner as much attention as the resurgence of Roger Federer or the state of Andy Murray's game, physically and mentally, the consistently high level of play from Alexandr Dolgopolov over the past few weeks is definitely newsworthy.

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 4 months ago 2,768 reads 22 comments

  4. Stanislas Wawrinka in Best Position to Upset Novak Djokovic at Australian Open

    Classic. Epic. Amazing. Those are only a few of the adjectives that best describe the matches Stanislas Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic played against each other at the 2013 Australian and U...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 6 months ago 2,666 reads 30 comments

  5. David Ferrer: Spaniard Can Hold on to Top-4 Spot in 2014

    To an extent, it defies logic: David Ferrer ended the 2013 tennis season at No. 3, ahead of multiple Grand Slam winners Andy Murray and Roger Federer . And perhaps even more shocking, he could hold onto a lofty ranking another year...

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  6. Rafael Nadal: Has Fall Fatigue Set in Again for World No. 1?

    Over the course of his career, Rafael Nadal has notched tournament victories at a prolific pace, having won 60 titles since 2004. However, of those, only three have been captured after the year's final Grand Slam, the U...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 8 months ago 5,910 reads 75 comments

  7. Roger Federer: Victory over Grigor Dimitrov Could Spur Return to Form

    Maybe, just maybe, 2013 won't be a complete wash for Roger Federer . And if the Swiss legend is to have a significant impact on the tournaments he enters the last few weeks of the ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 9 months ago 3,859 reads 56 comments

  8. Rafael Nadal: Spaniard Should Sweep Major Player Awards

    World No. 2 Rafael Nadal makes his return to tournament play at the China Open in Beijing this week, where if he reaches the final, he'll overtake Novak Djokovic for the top spot in the rankings...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 9 months ago 10,664 reads 113 comments

  9. Nicolas Mahut: Could the Frenchman Have Been a Top-10 Player 15 Years Ago?

    He came out on the losing end of the longest match in tennis history, but if anything, Nicolas Mahut has shown in 2013 that he's determined for that not to be the only thing he's known for...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 10 months ago 3,479 reads 47 comments

  10. Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek: US Open Doubles Champs Built for Success

    Following up their semifinal win over defending champions Bob and Mike Bryan, the Indian-Czech pairing of Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek took home the U.S. Open men's doubles titles with a straight-set win over No...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 10 months ago 1,313 reads 1 comments

  11. Stanislas Wawrinka and Richard Gasquet: What's Next for US Open Semifinalists?

    It was a tournament to remember for Stanislas Wawrinka and Richard Gasquet , who fell to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, respectively, in the U.S. Open semifinals...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 10 months ago 3,043 reads 14 comments

  12. John Isner: Biggest Test of Career Comes in US Open Match Against Gael Monfils

    John Isner is currently in the midst of the hottest stretch of his career, with final-round appearances in three of his four tournaments leading up to the U.S. Open...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 11 months ago 1,080 reads 4 comments

  13. Donald Young: American Must Be Prepared for Next Hurdle at the U.S. Open

    Much like the arc of his career, 2013 has had its share of ups and downs for Donald Young. But, in what could be considered the highlight of his year so far, the American has qualified for the year's final Grand Slam of the year, the U...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 11 months ago 2,646 reads 9 comments

  14. Samantha Stosur: Carlsbad Win Elevates Her to Contender Status at U.S. Open

    It's been a long time coming. Australian Samantha Stosur captured the title at the Southern California Open in Carlsbad over the weekend, defeating this year's Australian Open winner, Victoria Azarenka , in the finals...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 11 months ago 1,807 reads 3 comments

  15. Ryan Harrison: Will the American Make a Breakthrough This Summer?

    Coming off a semifinal appearance at the BB&T Open in Atlanta last week, Ryan Harrison followed that impressive run with a first-round win over future Hall of Famer Lleyton Hewitt at the ATP World Tour 500 event in Washington...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 11 months ago 1,806 reads 6 comments

  16. John Isner: Is It Too Late for the American to Make a Top-10 Return in '13?

    If there was any indication that American John Isner could rest assured the worst of his recent injury problems were behind him, capturing his second title of the year would be a solid indicator...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 12 months ago 1,245 reads 5 comments

  17. French Open 2013: David Ferrer Faces Best Chance to Make a Grand Slam Final

    As consistently as he's been performing the past few years, it's a safe bet to book David Ferrer for a semifinal spot at the 2013 French Open ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 1 year ago 1,334 reads 13 comments

  18. Roger Federer: 2013 French Open Win Could Be Crowning Achievement in Career

    It's hard to choose a standout accomplishment in the legendary playing career of Swiss superstar Roger Federer —whether it's capturing the most Grand Slam singles titles, sitting ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about 1 year ago 7,690 reads 51 comments

  19. Juan Martin Del Potro: Can the Argentine Take His Comeback Even Further in '13?

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 1,543 reads 20 comments

  20. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan: Duo Among Most Dominant Athletes in All of Sports

    Olympic Gold. A Davis Cup title. All of the Masters 1000 titles, except for Indian Wells. And now, the most men's doubles Grand Slams ever won...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 534 reads 4 comments

  21. Venus Williams Among 5 Players Set to Rise in the WTA Rankings in 2013

    Victoria Azarenka , Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams dominated women's tennis in 2012 with all four Grand Slam singles titles split between them...

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  22. Victoria Azarenka: Will She Be Able to Hold on to the No. 1 Ranking in 2013?

    Serena Williams is coming. So is Maria Sharapova . Will world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka be able to hold off both of those challengers for the top spot on the WTA rankings in ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 2,531 reads 18 comments

  23. Novak Djokovic: Can He Be Number 1 for Years to Come?

    It wasn't a repeat of 2011, a year in which he won 10 titles—three of them Grand Slams. But 2012 shouldn't be considered a letdown for world No. 1 Novak Djokovic ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 5,473 reads 146 comments

  24. Brian Baker, Tommy Haas and the Year of the Comeback in Men's Tennis

    While the ATP World Tour hasn't seen any major breakthroughs amid its up-and-coming talent, there has been some significant news amid the rankings, particularly from veteran players ...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 586 reads 3 comments

  25. Roger Federer: Will He Be the Last Attacking Player to Reach No. 1?

    Roger Federer gets ready to hit the court in Basel, Switzerland, at a spot in the rankings he's more familiar with than anyone: No. 1...

    Van Sias Written by Van Sias about over 1 year ago 242 reads 170 comments