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French Open Women’s Picks – Will Maria Sharapova Again Win The Title?

French Open Women’s Picks – Will Maria Sharapova Again Win The Title?

May. 22 |   The women’s side of the French Open looks wide open this year, with plenty of potential winners. William Hill’s Lee Phelps has been at the top four in the betting and their odds for his free pick. The Women’s French Open is wide...

A Statistical Look At Novak Djokovic’s Dominance

A Statistical Look At Novak Djokovic’s Dominance

May. 21 | by Andrew Eichenholz   Novak Djokovic is sitting on his throne atop the tennis world right now, but he still has one jewel missing in his crown—a French Open title. Since last year’s U.S. Open, when Djokovic lost in the semifinals, he has...

Virginia Tech, Princeton Among College Tennis Programs Greatly Benefiting From PlaySight Technology

Virginia Tech, Princeton Among College Tennis Programs Greatly Benefiting From PlaySight Technology

May. 19 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Virginia Tech men’s tennis coach Jim Thompson didn’t hesitate for a second when he was asked how the installation of PlaySight video and analytic technology at his tennis courts in Blacksburg has affected...

Can Andy Murray Win Wimbledon This Year?

Can Andy Murray Win Wimbledon This Year?

May. 18 |   Andy Murray has been in exceptional form throughout the early part of 2015 and is a genuine contender to go on and win the men’s singles championship at Wimbledon next month. The 27-year-old has recently won two clay tournaments, beating Rafael...

Novak Djokovic Keeps Winning Streak Alive – Mondays with Bob Greene

Novak Djokovic Keeps Winning Streak Alive – Mondays with Bob Greene

May. 18 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer 6-4 6-3 to win the Internazionali BNL d’Italia men’s singles in Rome, Italy Maria Sharapova beat Carla Suárez Navarro 4-6 7-5 6-1 to win the Internazionali BNL d’Italia women’s...

Jack Sock On The Brink Of No. 3 ATP Doubles Ranking Behind Bryan Brothers

Jack Sock On The Brink Of No. 3 ATP Doubles Ranking Behind Bryan Brothers

May. 14 | by Andrew Eichenholz The duo of Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios playing together in Rome may seem like many different things: fresh faces, big forehands, energy galore. But, if they should continue their strong performance at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia,...

Baylor University To Provide Live Streaming of NCAA Tennis via PlaySight

Baylor University To Provide Live Streaming of NCAA Tennis via PlaySight

May. 14 | WACO, Texas — Baylor University will provide free live video streaming of men’s and women’s team and individual matches at the NCAA Division I Tennis Championships May 14 through May 25 via PlaySight’s “SmartCourt Live”...

Now Out Of The Top Five, Is This The Beginning Of The End For Rafael Nadal?

Now Out Of The Top Five, Is This The Beginning Of The End For Rafael Nadal?

May. 11 | by Andrew Eichenholz   For the first time in a decade on Monday, Rafael Nadal, the best clay courter and one of the greatest tennis players of all-time, fell out of the top-10 in the ATP World Tour Rankings. Injuries, lack of confidence, and a...

Andy Murray Tops Rafael Nadal to Win in Madrid – Mondays with Bob Greene

Andy Murray Tops Rafael Nadal to Win in Madrid – Mondays with Bob Greene

May. 11 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Andy Murray beat Rafael Nadal 6-3 6-2 to win the Mutua Madrid Open in Madrid, Spain Petra Kvitova beat Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-1 6-2 to win the Mutua Madrid Open women’s singles in Madrid, Spain Hyeon Chung beat Lukas...

New Chapter Media, Randy Walker Deliver Strong Publicity For PowerShares Series Tennis

New Chapter Media, Randy Walker Deliver Strong Publicity For PowerShares Series Tennis

May. 10 | New Chapter Media and tennis industry veteran Randy Walker has provided a strong cavalcade of business and mainstream media placements on behalf of the recently-concluded 2015 PowerShares Series tennis circuit for champion tennis players featuring...

ITF Raises Prize Funds For Lower Rungs of Pro Tennis

ITF Raises Prize Funds For Lower Rungs of Pro Tennis

May. 9 | By Andrew Eichenholz   The 128 men and women who crash out in the first round of the French Open later on this month will not be losers at all. They will be walking off the court to pick up their loser’s check of more than $30,000, or 27,000...

No-Ad Scoring In College Tennis – A Perspective From 1988

No-Ad Scoring In College Tennis – A Perspective From 1988

May. 7 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Much of the current talk of college tennis in the United States is about formats – a subject that is passionately debated among coaches, players, athletic directors, fans and observers of the sport. Should the...