1. 2015 Australian Open: Bold Predictions for the 2nd Week

    Nobody expected Roger Federer to lose in the third round, but the second week has plenty of top stars remaining in both the men's and women's bracket of the 2015 Australian Open ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 2 days ago 18,330 reads 110 comments

  2. Easy 1st Week Putting Novak Djokovic in Perfect Position at 2015 Australian Open

    So far so good for Novak Djokovic as he cruises along in the first week at the 2015 Australian Open . The World No...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 days ago 708 reads 29 comments

  3. Ranking the Top 10 Men's Tennis Players Heading into 2015 Australian Open

    With all due respect to the ATP Rankings , the 2015 Australian Open draw and the status of the top stars in the world give a very different outlook on who is best positioned to challenge for the year's first major...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 10 days ago 7,420 reads 9 comments

  4. How Safe Are the Top Men's Seeds at the 2015 Australian Open?

    The top men’s seeds at the 2015 Australian Open are strong favorites, but certainly not a lock to win the year’s first major...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 12 days ago 6,376 reads 37 comments

  5. Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova and the Winners and Losers to Open Australia

    It looks like the No. 2 players in the world, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova , are hungry to begin the 2015 Australian Open . They have started off the year winning titles at Brisbane and defeating impressive younger challengers...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 17 days ago 6,737 reads 41 comments

  6. Where Stan Wawrinka's 2014 Australian Open Title Ranks Among Past Major Upsets

    As tennis prepares for the 2015 Australian Open, Stanislas Wawrinka will look to defend his 2014 title Down Under. Last year’s championship road to the title included victories over three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic and No...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 23 days ago 2,428 reads 18 comments

  7. How Today's Tennis Stars Compare to Past Greats

    Diehard tennis fans love to compare stars to past greats. There are countless ways to analyze data, appraise achievements and wonder how modern players would fare against players of prior generations...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 3,236 reads 54 comments

  8. Andy Murray's Legacy and Career at a Crossroads Heading into 2015

    Andy Murray may or may not be finished adding Grand Slam titles to his legacy as he prepares for 2015...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 8,240 reads 14 comments

  9. The Midterm Awards for This Decade in Men's Tennis

    Men's tennis is halfway through the teens decade (2010-2019). We are all set to hand out awards for five years that have featured tennis excellence, primarily from its biggest superstars...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 6,559 reads 85 comments

  10. Why Federer-Nadal Era Is Evidence of Tennis' Continued Evolution

    Tennis fans like to discuss the Roger Federer -Rafael Nadal era. It’s easy to proclaim it as a Golden Era , because of unprecedented records and superstar accomplishments...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 9,291 reads 121 comments

  11. The Most Memorable Moments from Men's Tennis in 2014

    Men's tennis in 2014 had its share of memorable matches, upsets and upstarts. It began with Rafael Nadal at the top and ended with Roger Federer trying to catch Novak Djokovic. Some things never seem to change...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 6,109 reads 142 comments

  12. Where Novak Djokovic's Incredible 4-Year Run Ranks Historically

    Because the past decade in men’s tennis has been a super era of dominant champions, Novak Djokovic ’s accomplishments can seem rather routine...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 2 months ago 8,952 reads 105 comments

  13. 2014 ATP World Tour Finals: Winners and Losers from London

    Tennis fans will not look back at the 2014 ATP World Tour Finals as a classic. For starters, they were robbed of a championship bout between legends, World-No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 2 months ago 4,008 reads 49 comments

  14. Will Rafael Nadal Ever Win the ATP World Tour Finals?

    While the ATP World Tour Finals showcases eight elite tennis players amidst pomp and all-stars matches, superstar Rafael Nadal is conspicuously absent...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 3 months ago 7,768 reads 176 comments

  15. 2014 ATP BNP Paribas Masters: Winners and Losers from Paris

    Novak Djokovic is the king of 2014's BNP Paribas Masters 1000 tournament. The world No. 1 virtually locked up his top ranking for the duration of the year by slamming Milos Raonic and putting more distance between himself and Roger Federer ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 3 months ago 3,905 reads 32 comments

  16. 2014 WTA Finals: Winners and Losers from Singapore

    Women's tennis showcased spectacular drama at Singapore's 2014 WTA Finals. The eight top players in the world battled out two well-balanced groups of competitive stars, and it led to fascinating elimination matches on Friday...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 3 months ago 5,377 reads 28 comments

  17. 2014 ATP World Tour Finals: Breaking Down the Race to London as It Heats Up

    The ATP Race to London has watched the best 11 players in men’s tennis battle for eight slots to qualify for November’s year-end World Tour Finals...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 3 months ago 6,608 reads 59 comments

  18. Winners and Losers from Shanghai Masters Sets Up ATP Race to London

    Roger Federer insists on winning more championships and creating more history. His victory to win the 2014 Shanghai Rolex Masters may not have been the upset of the year, but it's another remarkable anecdote in his storied career...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 8,274 reads 41 comments

  19. What's at Stake for Men's Tennis Superstars at Shanghai Rolex Masters?

    The Shanghai Rolex Masters is the peak of the Asian tennis swing, and there is plenty at stake for the top superstars on the men’s tour...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 11,571 reads 57 comments

  20. Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Winners and Losers to Begin the Asian Tennis Swing

    Leave it up to Rafael Nadal to be the biggest tennis story of the Asian tennis swing, even if he is only talking about playing...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 3,905 reads 18 comments

  21. What Will Kei Nishikori's Ascent to Stardom Do for Tennis in Asia?

    Who knew that Kei Nishikori’s quarterfinal appearance at the 2014 Australian Open was the building block for his rise into the Top 10 rankings. His tennis skill had often been overlooked, but then he battled World No...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 2,834 reads 21 comments

  22. Is 2014 Men's Tennis Weaker or Stronger Than Recent Golden Era?

    Now that 2014 has completed all four majors in men’s tennis, it’s clear that the sport is in a transitional period...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 8,129 reads 67 comments

  23. Power Ranking the Top 20 Men's Players After the 2014 US Open

    The 2014 U.S. Open final was a lopsided and forgettable competition, as Marin Cilic defeated Kei Nishikori to cap off his surprising title. But it was an entertaining fortnight that featured more twists and turns than an Agatha Christie novel...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 28,306 reads 17 comments

  24. Roger Federer's Key to Winning the 2014 US Open Is His Composure

    The expected 2014 U.S. Open semifinal berth was slipping away from Roger Federer . Two sets and one hour of lackluster play. The Swiss Maestro battled himself as much as Gael Monfils ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 5,594 reads 80 comments

  25. 10 Under-the-Radar Players to Watch at US Open 2014

    With the 2014 U.S. Open now thinning out half of the draw, there will be time enough to focus on the superstars like Serena Williams and Roger Federer ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 3,246 reads 4 comments