1. Is Rafael Nadal Already an All-Time Great All-Around Player?

    Though Rafael Nadal is notorious for being the King of Clay and Roger Federer 's most emphatic nemesis, he has endured a prosperous career with victories that spanned all areas of the sport...

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  2. Ranking the Most Grueling Tournaments on the ATP Schedule

    The ATP schedule is, without a doubt, incredibly demanding and allows for little to no mistakes to be made...

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  3. Power Ranking the Top 25 Upsets in Men's Tennis in 2012

    2012 was a tremendous year for achievements in tennis as well as monumental upsets. Each of the members of the Big Four experienced at least one such upset, and some of these came in crucial stages of Majors and ATP1000 tournaments...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 27,255 reads 18 comments

  4. 2012 ATP World Tour Finals: Did It Play out Just as We Expected?

    Novak Djokovic clinched his second title at the ATP World Tour Finals yesterday, taking out the No. 2 seed and fan favorite, Roger Federer ...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about over 1 year ago 1,604 reads 57 comments

  5. Why Roger Federer's Entry in Shanghai Rolex Masters Proves Desire to Keep No. 1

    The Shanghai Rolex Masters has just gotten underway and the field certainly has much depth to it. Luckily for Roger Federer , the first seed, he won't face a Top 10 opponent until the quarterfinals...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 7,201 reads 122 comments

  6. Why the Australian Open Was the Best Slam of 2012

    Dubbed the "Happy Slam" by many top players, including Roger Federer , the Australian Open has always been a very unique event. When the court surface changed from fast-green to slow-blue in 2008, the quality in game play did not skip a beat...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 2,361 reads 8 comments

  7. Djokovic vs. Murray: Score and Highlights from US Open 2012 Men's Final

    Andy Murray defeated Novak Djokovic in an epic five-set U.S. Open final to win his first Grand Slam title. Scroll down for updates from throughout the match...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 22,199 reads 67 comments

  8. US Open Tennis 2012: Score and Highlights of Djokovic-Ferrer Men's Semifinal

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  9. Murray vs Berdych: Score and Highlights from US Open 2012 Men's Semi Final

    Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych face off today in a US Open semifinal. Keep it here for updates throughout the match...

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  10. Andy Roddick Retires: 5 Reasons Now Is the Perfect Time to Leave Tennis

    It is official—Andy Roddick is retiring from the sport after he exits the 2012 US Open draw. An icon for American tennis and juniors all over the world, Roddick has changed the way we view the sport...

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  11. US Open Tennis 2012 TV Schedule: Complete Coverage for Remaining Week 1 Tennis

    Today will be the final day of the first-round action of the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. Victoria Azarenka , John Isner, Kim Clijsters, Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray will be the headlining stars in Arthur Ashe Stadium in that very order...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 3,094 reads 5 comments

  12. US Open Tennis 2012: Breaking Down Favorites at Flushing Meadows

    The 2012 US Open, which starts on Monday, will prove to be a wide-open tournament. Rafael Nadal is out and his would-be section of the draw presents a tremendous number of dark horses...

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  13. US Open Tennis 2012 Bracket: Complete Analysis and Review

    With the 2012 US Open about to get underway next week, it is important to analyze the potential roadblocks that exist or don't exist in the main players' sections of the draw. Roger Federer is the No...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 168 reads 15 comments

  14. Ranking the Most Overhyped Americans in Tennis Today

    Tennis has produced an array of wonderful shotmakers and players over the past several decades. Right now, though, American tennis is in a confusing state...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 3,213 reads 13 comments

  15. How the London Olympics Tennis Results Will Impact the 2012 US Open

    The 2012 London Olympics presented something fun for everybody, and for some devoted fans it was tennis. Just a few weeks after Wimbledon ended, it seemed that it had started up all over again...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 1,622 reads 3 comments

  16. Federer vs. Murray 2012 Olympic Men's Gold-Medal Final: Live Score and Analysis

    The roof is open, the sun is out and the Wimbledon rematch is on between Andy Murray (Great Britain) and Roger Federer (Switzerland). This time, Olympic gold is on the line...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 25,101 reads 41 comments

  17. Williams vs. Sharapova Olympics Women's Gold Medal Final: Live Score & Analysis

    The women's gold medal tennis match of the 2012 Olympics in London will begin at about 9:00 a.m. ET. Serena Williams, the 2012 Wimbledon champion, will face Maria Sharapova , who just completed a Career Slam at this year's French Open...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 8,185 reads 20 comments

  18. Novak Djokovic: How He Can Defeat Andy Murray to Guarantee an Olympic Medal

    Novak Djokovic breezed into the semifinals of the 2012 London Olympics , taking out a strategy-disoriented Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. He now guarantees himself a spot in a medal round...

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  19. Olympic Tennis 2012: 4 Players Roger Federer Would Love to Avoid

    Roger Federer has reached the quarterfinals of the 2012 Summer Olympics . His road has been mostly smooth, but he also hit a few bumps on the way. His matches from here on out will only get more difficult with each new round...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 2,935 reads 7 comments

  20. Olympic Tennis 2012 TV Schedule: Match Times for Roger Federer

    Roger Federer is into the third round of the singles and the second round of the Olympic doubles with fellow countryman, Stanislas Wawrinka . Today, August 1, will see these two matches played in London...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about almost 2 years ago 3,905 reads 2 comments

  21. Roger Federer: Fed-Ex Can Cap Off Perfect Summer with Gold

    The first day of the 2012 Summer Olympics has ended at the All-England Club, and Roger Federer has come out victorious. He played a solid first two sets but then allowed his game to get unusually shaky...

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  22. NBC Summer Olympics 2012: How Rafael Nadal's Exit Will Benefit the Field

    With the 2012 Summer Olympics tennis event about to get underway, it is imperative that we analyze just how important Rafael Nadal 's early withdrawal was and will be. The Spaniard has had an interesting year to say the least...

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  23. Roger Federer: Why Federer Must Win Gold to Complete Historic Career

    Roger Federer has already had an incredibly historic life—forget the 2012 Summer Olympics . But he and many critics believe that the war is not yet won...

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  24. Andy Murray: Title Drought Will Continue at London Games

    The good news for Andy is that the 2012 Olympics draw will exist without Rafael Nadal. The bad news is that he isn't going to win it, and it isn't even a Slam...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about 2 years ago 1,037 reads 29 comments

  25. John Isner and Rays of Hope in American Tennis

    With Andy Roddick capturing his second tournament win in his past three events in Atlanta yesterday, it seems American tennis is in a decent state at the moment...

    Jeff Cohn Written by Jeff Cohn about 2 years ago 1,917 reads 7 comments