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Lindsay Gibbs is a freelance writer living in Greensboro, North Carolina and the co-founder of the popular tennis blog The Changeover (www.changeovertennis.com). Her tennis writing has been featured in USA Today, Sports on Earth, Sports Illustrated and The Classical, and linked to from such sites as Deadspin, Tennis.com and Grantland.

She is also the author of the historical fiction novel, "Titanic: The Tennis Story." http://www.amazon.com/Titanic-Tennis-Story-Lindsay-Gibbs/dp/1937559041

An avid fan, Lindsay can usually be found writing, tweeting (@linzsports), watching or talking about all things tennis.

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  • Kelsey McCarson posted 33 days ago

    Kelsey McCarson

    You're a really great writer.

  • Harris posted 63 days ago

    Harris

    You look like Elaine Benes in the prof pic:)

  • D Hoff posted 163 days ago

    D Hoff

    please stick to writing what you may know. Your Shawn White article had more maybe and perhaps then a political message. Horrible, Horrible.

  • Cecylia posted 214 days ago

    Cecylia

    Great article again Lindsay! pleasure to read

    1. Ranking the Biggest Upsets in Tennis in 2013
    2. Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic Defined 2013, and 2014 Will Be Equally Epic
    3. What Must Serena Williams Do in 2014 to Become the Greatest of All Time?

    keep up the good work ^_^

  • Chris Esprit posted 289 days ago

    Chris  Esprit

    Subject: Permission to publish your article on our Magazine

    Hi Lindsay Gibbs

    I loved reading your article on "US Open Tennis 2013: Andy Murray's Shocking Upset Caps Wimbledon Hangover" on your blog at "http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1763312-us-open-tennis-2013-andy-murrays-shocking-upset-caps-wimbledon-hangover"

    I am about to publish a new magazine called “Tennis and Fitness”
    exclusively on the Apple Newsstand and I think the readers of the magazine
    would love to read this article too.

    I was wondering if I could reprint that article in the magazine. If you would
    like me to promote something for you, maybe a book or a specific web page you want me to point people to I would be more than happy to do it. Because it is an interactive magazine, once people have read the article they can be directed straight to a web page of your choice.

    I hope to hear back from you soon

    Kind Regards,

    Chris Esprit
    tennisandfitnessmagazine@gmail.com

  • Frankie Edwards posted 382 days ago

    Frankie Edwards

    Enjoyed your "Who Is Men's Tennis' Real No. 1?" article, keep up the good work :)