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Belgium and France Advance to Davis Cup Final – Mondays with Bob Greene

Belgium and France Advance to Davis Cup Final – Mondays with Bob Greene

Sep. 17 | Belgium and France Advance to Davis Cup Final - Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS   Zarina Diyas beat Miyu Kato 6-2 7-5 to win the Japan Women’s Open in Tokyo, Japan Alison Van Uytvanck beat Timea Babos 5-7 6-4 6-1 to win the Coupe Banque...

Sloane Stephens, Rafael Nadal Are US Open Champions – Mondays with Bob Greene

Sloane Stephens, Rafael Nadal Are US Open Champions – Mondays with Bob Greene

Sep. 11 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS US Open   Men’s singles: Rafael Nadal beat Kevin Anderson 6-3 6-3 6-4 Women’s singles: Sloane Stephens beat Madison Keys 6-3 6-0 Men’s doubles: Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau beat Feliciano Lopez and...

Hand-Picked By Arthur Ashe To Run His Foundation, Joseph Continues Inspired Work With WINNING

Hand-Picked By Arthur Ashe To Run His Foundation, Joseph Continues Inspired Work With WINNING

Sep. 4 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   In his book “Days of Grace,” Arthur Ashe called Jacqueline Joseph, who he selected to run his Arthur Ashe Foundation as someone with “outstanding credentials” as a “a young graduate of Stanford University...

Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal And Roger Federer Still In Chase For US Open Titles – Mondays with Bob Greene

Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal And Roger Federer Still In Chase For US Open Titles – Mondays with Bob Greene

Sep. 3 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS US Open (First Week) Maria Sharapova beat second-seeded Simona Halep 6-4 4-6 6-3 Petra Kvitova beat third-seeded Garbiñe Muguruza 7-6 (3) 6-3 Borna Coric beat fourth-seeded Alexander Zverev 3-6 7-5 7-6 (1) 7-6 (4) Diego...

Can Diego Schwartzman Become The First Jewish U.S. Open Champion?

Can Diego Schwartzman Become The First Jewish U.S. Open Champion?

Sep. 1 | by Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Can Diego Schwartzman become the first person of full Jewish faith to win a U.S. Open singles title? The diminutive five-foot-seven-inch firestorm from Buenos Aires, Argentina moved into the fourth round Friday...

A Look Back To Michael Fishbach And The US Open’s Infamous Spaghetti Racket

A Look Back To Michael Fishbach And The US Open’s Infamous Spaghetti Racket

Sep. 1 | The 1977 U.S. Open was one of the most memorable and unique of all the editions of America’s national tennis championship, besides the fact that it was the final one to be held at the West Side Tennis Club at Forest Hills. One of the most unusual...

Will Injuries Derail Andy Murray’s Career?

Will Injuries Derail Andy Murray’s Career?

Aug. 31 | With Novak Djokovic taking an extended break from the game, there is a vacancy for someone to come through and make the World Number One berth their own for a very long time. We last saw the Serb in action back at Wimbledon when injury forced him...

Greenville, N.C. Well Represented In Pro Tennis With Patrick Kypson, Tommy Paul

Greenville, N.C. Well Represented In Pro Tennis With Patrick Kypson, Tommy Paul

Aug. 31 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Orlando, Atlanta and Los Angeles are known as the best tennis cities in the United States, but Greenville, N.C.? The eastern North Carolina city and the home of East Carolina University is one of the few American...

US Open Begins Without Andy Murray, Four Other Top 10 Men – Mondays with Bob Greene

US Open Begins Without Andy Murray, Four Other Top 10 Men – Mondays with Bob Greene

Aug. 27 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Roberto Bautista Agut beat Damir Dzumhur 6-4 6-4 to win the Winston-Salem Open in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA Daria Gavrilova beat Dominika Cibulkova 4-6 6-3 6-4 to win the Connecticut Open in New Haven, Connecticut,...

“Miracle” J.C. Aragone, The University of Virginia’s No. 5 Player, Qualifies For The US Open

“Miracle” J.C. Aragone, The University of Virginia’s No. 5 Player, Qualifies For The US Open

Aug. 26 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   I asked J.C. Aragone whether he liked the movie “Rudy” or “Hoosiers” better. He paused while sitting in a interview cubicle at the Bud Collins Media Room inside Arthur Ashe Stadium and...

On 10-Year Anniversary of New Haven Loss To Blake, Fish Exacts PowerShares Series Revenge

On 10-Year Anniversary of New Haven Loss To Blake, Fish Exacts PowerShares Series Revenge

Aug. 25 | Ten years to the day after losing to James Blake in the final of the ATP World Tour event in New Haven, Mardy Fish gained some revenge on his good friend in the final of the PowerShares Legends New Haven. On August 25, 2007, Blake defeated Fish 7-5,...

20 Years Ago, An Historic Debut Day For Arthur Ashe Stadium

20 Years Ago, An Historic Debut Day For Arthur Ashe Stadium

Aug. 24 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   It was 20 years ago on August 25, 1997, when Arthur Ashe Stadium was first dedicated. As documented in my book and mobile app “This Day In Tennis,” the United States Tennis Association dedicated Arthur Ashe...