1. Serena Williams: The 5 Biggest Threats to Her Dominance in 2014

    Serena Williams ' 2013 season will go down as one of the most stunning in tennis history. The American finished as the world's top player for the third time, compiling a 78-4 record replete with two Grand Slam titles and nine other Tour-level crowns...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 9 months ago 8,697 reads 26 comments

  2. Bombshell: 2013 Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli Announces Retirement

    Mission accomplished, tennis. At least, according to Marion Bartoli . Just a couple short hours after losing to Romania's Simona Halep in her opening round match at the Western ...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 12 months ago 1,653 reads 5 comments

  3. Serena Williams to Face Johanna Larsson in Bastad Final

    Top seed and world No. 1 Serena Williams eased into her eighth final of the year in Bastad , Sweden, taking out third-seeded Czech Klara Zakopalova, 6-0, 6-4 in 67 minutes...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 1 year ago 1,466 reads 5 comments

  4. Roger Federer Stunned by Federico Delbonis in Hamburg

    Roger Federer 's Hamburg campaign came to a screeching halt in Saturday's semifinals, with the top seed and world No. 5 falling 7-6(7) 7-6(4) to unheralded Argentinian qualifier Federico Delbonis ...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 1 year ago 7,608 reads 50 comments

  5. 2013 Australian Open Breaking News: Querrey Through After Baker Retires

    Twentieth-seeded American Sam Querrey has advanced to the third round of the Australian Open, but not in the way he—or anyone else watching—wanted it to happen...

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  6. 2013 Australian Open: 3 Men's Matches to See on Day 2

    The draw gods for this year's Australian Open have handed down some of the most anticipated first-round matches in recent Grand Slam history. Here are three from the men's side you need to catch tonight...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 1 year ago 446 reads 0 comments

  7. 2013 Australian Open: 13 First-Round Matches to Watch

    The draws for the 2013 Aussie Open are out, and upcoming matches on the Melbourne horizon are as tantalizing as ever. Venus vs. Maria, Murray vs. Del Potro, Serena vs. Vika.....

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 1 year ago 1,502 reads 8 comments

  8. Andy Roddick to Retire After 2012 U.S. Open

    One of the biggest stars in American sports history from the past decade, Andy Roddick is calling it quits on his career following this year's U.S. Open...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about almost 2 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  9. London 2012: The 12 Most Unforgettable Matches in Olympic Tennis History

    When tennis made its return to the Olympic stage in 1988 after a 64-year absence, the sport was greeted with appropriate skepticism...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about almost 2 years ago 2,126 reads 1 comments

  10. 2012 Olympic Tennis: 12 First-Round Matches You Can't Miss

    The first balls have yet to be struck on the courts of the All England Club to signal the official start of 2012 Olympic tennis, but the event has already received its fair share of drama...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 2 years ago 3,201 reads 0 comments

  11. French Open 2011: Will This Be the Year We See an Awesome Women's Final?

    As part of Bleacher Report's French Open coverage team, I've received regular emails over the past week from a Deputy Editor featuring a slew of quality article ideas. Some have been awesome (like counting down 10 big French Open chokes ), some...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 435 reads 0 comments

  12. French Open 2011: 5 Reasons Roger Federer Can Beat Novak Djokovic in the Semis

    One Slam. That's all he needs to turn this year around. To wrestle his way back to the top of the rankings. To move even closer to tennis immortality...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 1,633 reads 14 comments

  13. French Open: The 10 Hottest French Babes in Tennis History

    French tennis: famous for hosting the only major held on clay, for producing gifted and emotional shotmakers, for...the hotties? Not so much. Think of 1998 Wimbledon finalist Nathalie Tauziat ...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 15,645 reads 1 comments

  14. French Open 2011: 4th-Round Pick-'Ems, Day 8

    The first day of the jam-packed fourth round kicks off this morning, and while the top men seem locked in, the top women...have been a little less than stellar. It'll mark the first time on Philippe Chatrier all tournament for No...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 553 reads 0 comments

  15. French Open 2011: 5 Bold Predictions for the Second Week

    Rafa's virgin five-setter. Nole's surreal streak. Caroline's beatdown. Kim's meltdown. It's been an unusually exciting, entertaining first week in Paris—and the best is yet to come...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 1,738 reads 1 comments

  16. French Open 2011: Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova and 2nd Round Matches to Watch

    Arguably the two favorites going into this year's French Open , Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova have a couple intriguing second-round matches ahead...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 361 reads 0 comments

  17. French Open 2011: 5 Shocking First-Round Losses

    The first round of the French Open may be done with, but the drama left in its wake is still very much alive and kicking...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 384 reads 1 comments

  18. French Open: 10 Biggest Choke Jobs from the Past 10 Years

    The choke job can come in all shapes and sizes. It can come on the world's biggest stage or on a court at your local tennis club...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 1,710 reads 3 comments

  19. The Ten: Week of 5/9/11 to 5/15/11

    Welcome to the first installment of "The Ten"—a weekly round-up I'll be doing about the ten biggest stories to unfold in the tennis world over the past seven days...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  20. Rome Finals: What Nadal, Djokovic, Sharapova and Stosur Each Need to Do to Win

    It's been a scintillating week in the Italian capital—a week that epitomizes all to love about clay-court tennis. The beautiful dogfights, like the show Djokovic and Murray put on last night...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about 3 years ago 1,585 reads 3 comments

  21. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer & the Dirt Debates: What Monte Carlo Means

    There is, arguably, no better parallel in professional tennis than the picturesque, azure Monaco seaside and the hustling and grinding that occurs on the red clay at the Monte Carlo Masters...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 3 years ago 878 reads 13 comments

  22. Tennis: Djokovic Downs Nadal for Miami Crown, Keeps Perfect Record Intact

    A dogfight. A war of attrition. An instant classic. Call it what you will, Novak Djokovic 's gutsy 4-6 6-3 7-6(4) triumph over Rafael Nadal in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open will go down as one of the Serb's finest victories of his career...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 3 years ago 797 reads 16 comments

  23. Sweet Vik-tory: Azarenka Slams Sharapova, Bags Second Miami Title

    After watching Caroline Wozniacki patiently maneuver her way past Marion Bartoli in last week's less-than-stellar Indian Wells final, I found myself in an inconsolable state...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 3 years ago 553 reads 3 comments

  24. Australian Open 2011: The Ultimate Second Round Viewer's Guide

    Five Upsets to Watch MUST-SEE : Berankis over (27) Nalbandian : The 20-year-old Lithuanian packs a huge punch and spanked Aussie Wildcard Playoff winner Marinko Matosevic in straights ...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 3 years ago 510 reads 0 comments

  25. 10 Awesomely Fabricated Tweets from Day 1 of the Australian Open

    Proof that tennis stars are really, deep down, just like all of us: they still can't stop themselves from sharing with the world every inane thought that pops into their heads on Twitter...

    David Replogle Written by David Replogle about over 3 years ago 292 reads 2 comments