1. Davis Cup Preview: USA vs. Great Britain

    The U.S. team’s road to the 2014 Davis Cup got tougher as the No. 1 American, John Isner pulled out of this weekend’s World Group first-round tie against Great Britain...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 6 months ago 1,620 reads 1 comments

  2. Australian Open Women's Quarterfinals Preview

    Though the lower temperatures may fool you, things are heating up again at the Australian Open as the women are down to the final eight...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 6 months ago 2,190 reads 1 comments

  3. John Isner Finds Hard-Court Form as US Open Looms

    The US Open Series has a way of being kind to its American players. Just ask John Isner . From a title in Atlanta to his finals in Washington, D.C...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 11 months ago 346 reads 1 comments

  4. Wimbledon 2013: Top Men's 1st-Round Matches

    When the men’s draws came out last Friday, much of the focus was on where the “Top Four” were placed...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 1 year ago 3,647 reads 2 comments

  5. French Open 2013: Americans Display Major Effort During Week 1

    Springtime weather in Paris is unpredictable, as are the Americans at the French Open, either floundering on the red clay or fighting in the final weekend...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 1 year ago 316 reads 1 comments

  6. French Open 2013: Was Andy Murray's Pullout the Right Decision?

    World No. 2 Andy Murray made headlines yesterday, as he withdrew from the second Grand Slam of the season, with a lower-back injury...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 1 year ago 2,922 reads 3 comments

  7. Youngsters Stephens/Tomic Up Against the Wall as French Open Looms

    This past weekend, Sloane Stephens and Bernard Tomic ruled the tennis headlines with their offcourt activities...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about 1 year ago 818 reads 1 comments

  8. Men's Tennis: How Much Should We Read into Isner's Recent Clay Title?

    After injuring his knee in January and having mediocre results at Indian Wells/Miami and the Davis Cup, John Isner came roaring back this weekend. Isner defeated world No...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 2,095 reads 10 comments

  9. Men's Tennis: Big Challenge for US Davis Cup Team This Weekend

    Six-time Grand Slam champion and world No. 1 Novak Djokovic is in Boise, Idaho, this weekend, as he and team Serbia face off against team USA in the Davis Cup quarterfinals. Simply put, the U...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 4,083 reads 28 comments

  10. Mens Tennis: Despite Loss, Del Potro Finding 2009 Hard-Court Form

    Up a set and a break, it looked as if Juan Martin Del Potro was on his way to his first Masters Series title of his career, as Rafael Nadal seemed all out of sorts. How quickly the tables turned...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 2,785 reads 92 comments

  11. Men's Tennis: Why Jack Sock Is Still Learning

    On a reasonably cold day in the desert, America’s rising star, Jack Sock was a point away from his first win at a Masters Series event at the BNP Paribas Open...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,269 reads 4 comments

  12. March Tennis: Top Headlines for Indian Wells, Miami

    As spring quickly approaches, the tennis scene returns to the American outdoor hard courts in the year’s first Master Series event on the men’s side and the first premier event on the women’s side...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 2,915 reads 6 comments

  13. Women's Tennis: Why Victoria Azarenka Still Has Something to Prove

    After playing in one of the most topsy -turvy Grand Slam finals in women’s tennis history, Victoria Azarenka asserted herself as the top player in the world—right? ...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 3,582 reads 19 comments

  14. Previewing USA vs. Brazil Davis Cup Tie

    After playing all away Davis Cup ties last year, the US men come home as they host the World Group first round against Brazil in Jacksonville, Fla this weekend...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 2,283 reads 5 comments

  15. Australian Open 2013: Top Storylines for Aussie Semifinals

    The semifinal stage is set as the women take to the court tonight with the men competing tonight and Friday to earn a spot in the year’s first Grand Slam final...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,373 reads 6 comments

  16. Australian Open 2013: Highlighting Best and Worst Performances by Top Stars

    Each year, the Australian Open lets tennis fans know who came to Melbourne prepared for the new season and who still has kinks to work out...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 955 reads 1 comments

  17. Australian Open 2013: Bold Predictions for Day 6

    As the first week of the Australian Open comes to a close, we have seen a lot of straightforward matches, especially on the men’s side. The top seeds came to Melbourne prepared and breezed through their opening rounds...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 2,090 reads 2 comments

  18. Australian Open 2013: Bold Predictions for Day 4

    As we approach half way through the first week, the Australian Open has been pretty straightforward. The favorites have not missed a beat coming out firing and hungry for the first Grand Slam of the season...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,824 reads 6 comments

  19. Australian Open 2013: Bold Predictions for Day 3

    The first round of the Australian Open is in the books as second-round action begins today. The jitters that surround the first Grand Slam of the season are gone as the world’s best continue to push forward into the second week...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,376 reads 0 comments

  20. Australian Open 2013: What Sharapova Must Do to Win Another Aussie Open Title

    Maria Sharapova opened play at the Australian Open Monday afternoon in Melbourne and didn ’t miss a beat...

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  21. Australian Open 2013: Time to Take Tomic Seriously?

    The last time the tennis world saw Australia’s next hopeful Bernard Tomic on a big stage, it was not a pretty sight...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,489 reads 5 comments

  22. Men's Tennis: What We Can Expect from the Americans in 2013

    September 5, 2012 began a new chapter in American tennis as Andy Roddick lost the last match of his career in New York and handed the invisible torch (and weight of critics) off ...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 555 reads 2 comments

  23. Women's Tennis: What We Can Expect from the Americans in 2013

    Unlike for the American men, 2012 was a welcome surprise for the women. We saw the American women reach the second week at all four Grand Slams, and we had new faces to cheer on...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 1,001 reads 1 comments

  24. Novak Djokovic: Grading His 2012 Season

    Heading into 2012, Novak Djokovic had a very tall task ahead of him. All the points, titles, records and glory from 2011 had to be defended against Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal ...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 96 reads 14 comments

  25. Top 5 Maria Sharapova Commercials

    Since Maria Sharapova came to the tennis scene 11 years ago, she has brought a lot of change to the women's game. And we're not talking about grunting...

    Michael Ann McKinlay Written by Michael Ann McKinlay about over 1 year ago 9,677 reads 7 comments