1. Djokovic Game Continues to Falter During The Fall

    The fall indoor season continues to be a thorn in the side of Novak Djokovic. The Serb started the year by earning his maiden Grand Slam in Melbourne and winning Indian Wells and Rome but his results have suffered since...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rich Rodriguez about almost 6 years ago 145 reads 0 comments

  2. Open Letter to FSN: Give Up Broadcasting Tennis

    Dear Fox Sports Net: I have some feedback - you and your affiliate here in the New York City area, MSG, are doing a terrible job of covering the Pacific Life Open, one of the biggest tournaments in tennis outside of the four Grand Slams...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rich Rodriguez about over 6 years ago 631 reads 4 comments

  3. Martina Navratilova to Maria Sharapova: Shut Up!

    Martina Navratilova, who recently regained Czech citizenship 30 years after defecting to the US, would like to silence the grunters for good, even calling out the girl she helped discover - Maria Sharapova...

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  4. Andy Roddick's Decision to Skip Beijing Olympics a Mixed-Bag

    All of a sudden, Andy Roddick is everywhere. The former top-ranked tennis baller entered the recent Dubai Tennis Championships with questions about his game and relevancy hanging over his Lacoste-wearing head...

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  5. Venus and Serena Williams: Talking Race and Politics

    Andy Roddick isn't the only tennis baller feeling all political these days. The "Sisters Sledge"—Venus and Serena Williams—threw their racquets in the ring and spoke out on the emergence ...

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  6. Martina Hingis Makes Another Return to Tennis

    It seems playing tennis is a hard habit to break for Martina Hingis. The formerly top-ranked tennis baller, who famously re-retired after testing positive for cocaine and receiving a two-year ban, is returning to the courts...

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  7. Will Roger Federer Skip the Olympics?

    Is the pressure of possibly being the greatest tennis player of all time finally getting to the usually unflappable Roger Federer? The Swiss Stylist, who has expressed his desire ...

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