1. Andy Roddick Ripe for Elusive Wimbledon Title

    Quite understandably, and probably deservedly so, much of the attention at this year's Wimbledon has been focused on Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 4 years ago 117 reads 1 comments

  2. The U.S. Open: A Preliminary Look

    Despite the absence of the erstwhile World No. 1 and defending champion, Rafael Nadal, and the ever-present rain, Wimbledon served up more than its fair share of tennis drama that we ...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 5 years ago 133 reads 1 comments

  3. The Big What-Ifs Of Tennis

    What if Michael Chang was over six feet tall? What if anything but wooden racquets were banned? What if Marat Safin weren’t as delightfully crazy as he is? What if Andre ...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 5 years ago 136 reads 2 comments

  4. French Open 2009 Men's Draw Preview

    The draw for the 2009 edition of the French Open, that oh-so-elusive major for many a Grand Slam champion of the past, was announced Friday in Paris...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 5 years ago 2,109 reads 1 comments

  5. IPL: Kings, Super Kings, and Indians! What's In a Name?

    Chennai Super Kings. Deccan Chargers. Delhi Daredevils. Kings XI Punjab. Kolkata Knight Riders. Mumbai Indians. Rajasthan Royals. Royal Challengers Bangalore...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 5 years ago 99 reads 7 comments

  6. Is Roger Federer Done? The Great Debate

    Roger Federer is done—he will not win anything anymore! Roger Federer is back—he just beat Nadal in a clay court final, in Spain of all places! Every time the Swiss maestro ...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about 5 years ago 1,370 reads 27 comments

  7. The Future Of Tennis: Nadal and Murray With a Sprinkling Of Federer and Tsonga

    It was my original intention to write an article about who else but Roger Federer. But after some browsing, the realization hit me that he is probably the most written-about player in tennis history (though I don't have the stats to back it up)...

    Veeraraghavan Echambadi Written by Veeraraghavan Echambadi about over 5 years ago 1,889 reads 25 comments