1. Wimbledon 2013: Updated Quarterfinal Odds and Predictions

    The quarterfinal matchups are now set for the 2013 Wimbledon Championships. Surely the first week of the tournament shocked many spectators and fans, and we don't know what to expect for the remainder...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about 1 year ago 6,917 reads 39 comments

  2. 2013 Wimbledon: Bold Predictions for the Second Week

    With the first week of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships being so unpredictable and surprising it is hard to rule out any predictions for the second week for being too bold...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 4,530 reads 18 comments

  3. Wimbledon 2013: The Biggest Takeaways from the First Week

    The first week of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships has been everything we didn't expect. Top players and seeds were knocked out routinely, and some unknowns have been fighting to stay afloat for the second week...

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  4. Early Winners and Losers at Wimbledon 2013

    Well, the first week of Wimbledon 2013 has not even ended yet and there are already more unusual exits and upsets than we had ever expected to see...

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  5. Wimbledon 2013: Americans with the Best Chance of Reaching Week 2

    There is no question the media is putting a lot of emphasis and pressure on American tennis at Wimbledon. Some have done well by winning the first round, but others have not had the same luxury...

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  6. Wimbledon 2013: Must-See Early-Round Matches

    Wimbledon 2013 is about to get underway and we couldn't be more excited. The draw is tough for all players, as Majors are never easy. Novak Djokovic is the No...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 4,510 reads 7 comments

  7. Rising Stars Ready to Emerge at 2013 Wimbledon

    The young, rising stars in tennis are always fun to watch and follow. Some of these men have actually broken through in a few important tournaments, though their successes have not been backed up or steady...

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  8. Top Storylines to Follow in the Men's Draw at 2013 Wimbledon

    With the 2013 Wimbledon Championships just a few days away, there are already several questions to be asked. The men's Big Four (consisting of Rafael Nadal , Novak Djokovic , Roger Federer and Andy Murray ) seem to be in very good shape...

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  9. Power Ranking the Top 20 Men's Players Heading into 2013 Wimbledon

    The 2013 tennis season has been thrilling up to this point. The men's field has seen a slight power-shift in the last couple months, with Andy Murray withdrawing from the French ...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 7,199 reads 37 comments

  10. Serena Williams Beats Maria Sharapova to Win 2013 French Open Title

    Serena Williams has defeated her long-time rival Maria Sharapova 6-4, 6-4 in the final of the 2013 French Open ...

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  11. Williams vs. Errani: Score, Highlights for French Open 2013 Women's Semifinals

    Serena Williams has defeated Sara Errani 6-0, 6-1 (in 46 minutes) in the second French Open semifinal of the day. Serena looked very comfortable and dominant, striking winners from every position of the court...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 7,387 reads 9 comments

  12. Sharapova vs. Azarenka: French Open 2013 Women's Semifinals Highlights, Recap

    Maria Sharapova has defeated Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 in the first French Open semifinal of the day. Sharapova will look to defend her title from last year on Saturday...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 8,144 reads 3 comments

  13. French Open 2013: The Biggest Surprises at Roland Garros

    The 2013 French Open semifinals stages are set on both the men's and women's sides. Some things played out exactly as we expected, such as the upcoming Djokovic-Nadal showdown...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 12,458 reads 8 comments

  14. 2013 French Open: Marathon Men of Week 1 at Roland Garros

    The opening week of the 2013 French Open has been nothing short of spectacular. Matches have been physical, play has been impressive and some athletes have come out of nowhere to amaze us...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 1,242 reads 2 comments

  15. Roland Garros 2013: Why Roger Federer Has a Better Chance to Win Than Ever

    It is a known fact that the French Open has always been a tough task for Roger Federer . However, this year may be much more significant...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 4,263 reads 44 comments

  16. Top 5 Most Entertaining Straight-Set Matches Since 2012

    Though many entertaining matches last several hours, points and sets, there is no doubt that some straight-set matches can provide just as much viewing enjoyment...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 37,713 reads 26 comments

  17. 2013 Sony Open: History of Andy Murray and Richard Gasquet

    With Andy Murray 's 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-2 win over Richard Gasquet in the semifinals of the 2013 Sony Open, he will soon face David Ferrer in the championship match...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 2,748 reads 14 comments

  18. Ranking the 10 Most Devastating Serves on the ATP Tour

    The serve is the most important factor on the ATP Tour besides consistency. Not only do you need a decent return of serve but you certainly need to be able to hit your spots and get on top of the point as soon as possible when it comes time to serve...

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  19. Roger Federer's 5 Keys to Avoid a Disappointing 2013

    Roger Federer has certainly been playing well so far in 2013, especially given the fact that he has only been involved in two tournaments. His Australian Open run was perhaps one of the toughest of his entire career...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 6,529 reads 18 comments

  20. Roger Federer: Counting Down Fed-Ex's Shining Australian Open Moments

    The No. 2 player in the world, Roger Federer , has had no trouble winning titles Down Under in his career...

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  21. Australian Open 2013: Breaking Down Favorites at Melbourne

    The 2013 Australian Open , also dubbed the Happy Slam, gets underway on Monday, and the tennis world could not be any more excited...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 2,620 reads 9 comments

  22. Australian Open 2013 Bracket of Roger Federer: Complete Analysis and Review

    There is no question that the 2013 Australian Open has already presented the world with an interesting draw. Where the trouble lies is in the bottom half of the draw—particularly Andy Murray's and Roger Federer's respective brackets...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 4,210 reads 35 comments

  23. Australian Open 2013 Draw Results: Breaking Down Seedings and Brackets

    With the 2013 Australian Open just four days away, it is imperative that we analyze the men's draw , which was released Thursday...

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  24. Can Andy Murray Beat Roger Federer When It Counts?

    There is no question that Andy Murray can beat Roger Federer . In fact, he has a leading head-to-head record against the world's No. 2 superstar. But he trails 0-3 in Majors and only took one set off of the Swiss man in those meetings...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 7,168 reads 41 comments

  25. The Most Riveting Points of 2012 from the ATP's Big Four

    There is no question that 2012 was a monumental year for professional tennis. But the quality of the matches may rank among the highest of all time. The ATP's Big Four were highly successful and split the Majors evenly...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 3,732 reads 5 comments