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Roger Federer Makes More Tennis History With Rotterdam Title

Roger Federer Makes More Tennis History With Rotterdam Title

Feb. 18 | by Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Roger Federer continues to make tennis history – and there is more within sight. Just two days after he clinched another spot in tennis history as the older ever player to rank No. 1 in the ATP World Tour singles...

“The Fairy Tale Continues” As Roger Federer Wins His 20th Major Title In Australia

“The Fairy Tale Continues” As Roger Federer Wins His 20th Major Title In Australia

Jan. 28 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   “The fairy tale continues,” said a teary Roger Federer in his post-match speech after once again making history at the 2018 Australian Open. Federer’s 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 final-round victory over...

“A Classic, Not Quite An Epic” – Steve Flink Reviews Wozniacki vs. Halep Australian Open Thriller

“A Classic, Not Quite An Epic” – Steve Flink Reviews Wozniacki vs. Halep Australian Open Thriller

Jan. 27 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   As becomes a tradition for me, whenever there is a hallmark mark in professional tennis, I email tennis journalist and historian Steve Flink to get his take on where the match measures up in the history of tennis. In...

“The Golden Retriever” Caroline Wozniacki Uses Defensive Skills In Key Moments To Win Breakthrough Aussie Open Crown

“The Golden Retriever” Caroline Wozniacki Uses Defensive Skills In Key Moments To Win Breakthrough Aussie Open Crown

Jan. 27 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   The last two points of the 2018 Australian Open women’s singles final were perfectly emblematic of why legendary tennis journalist and personality Bud Collins labeled Caroline Wozniacki with the nickname “The...

Diamond Resorts Celebrity Pro Golf Win Enhances Mardy Fish’s Status As No. 1 Golfer Among Tennis Pros

Diamond Resorts Celebrity Pro Golf Win Enhances Mardy Fish’s Status As No. 1 Golfer Among Tennis Pros

Jan. 14 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Mardy Fish may not have been the No. 1 tennis pro in the world, but he’s certainly the No. 1 golfer in the world among tennis pros. The former U.S. Davis Cup team standout and 2004 Olympic silver medalist won...

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...

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...

“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...

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...

Roger Federer Wins Record Eighth Wimbledon Title With Destruction Of Marin Cilic

Roger Federer Wins Record Eighth Wimbledon Title With Destruction Of Marin Cilic

Jul. 16 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Wimbledon is played in the London suburb with the postal code SW19, but the 2017 edition of The Championships was all about RF19. Roger Federer won his 19th career major title – and his record-breaking eighth...

On A Turn Of A Dime, Garbine Muguruza Beats Venus Williams To Win Wimbledon

On A Turn Of A Dime, Garbine Muguruza Beats Venus Williams To Win Wimbledon

Jul. 15 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   “I’ve never seen a match turn on a dime like that” said Pam Shriver on ESPN of the 2017 Wimbledon final between Garbine Muguruza and Venus Williams. Muguruza faced double-set point in the first...

An Inspiration To Latvians, No Pressure Ostapenko A Wimbledon Threat Too

An Inspiration To Latvians, No Pressure Ostapenko A Wimbledon Threat Too

Jun. 12 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Jelena Ostapenko’s upset win at the French Open is the biggest story in the history of tennis in the nation of Latvia. Ostapenko is the first player from the small Eastern European country, once part of the...

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