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Learning About The Bucharest Backfire While Hitting A Roger Federer Tweener

Learning About The Bucharest Backfire While Hitting A Roger Federer Tweener

Jul. 15 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   You never know where and when you are going to learn a new bit of tennis knowledge or bit of history. While playing some friendly morning mixed doubles while at the beautiful Moorings Club in Vero Beach, Florida,...

The Novak Djokovic Serve Instrumental In Wimbledon Final Win Against Roger Federer

The Novak Djokovic Serve Instrumental In Wimbledon Final Win Against Roger Federer

Jul. 12 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   In his book “The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time” tennis historian Steve Flink rated the return of serve and the backhand of Novak Djokovic among the best in the history of tennis. It was the serve, however,...

Comparing Serena Williams 2015 Season (So Far) To The Greatest Ever

Comparing Serena Williams 2015 Season (So Far) To The Greatest Ever

Jul. 11 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   With her 6-4, 6-4 Wimbledon final win over Spain’s Garbine Muguruza, Serena Williams has won the third leg of a calendar year Grand Slam in 2015. The win also completes a her second “Serena Slam” with her...

Garbine Muguruza – The Paragon of the Bruguera Development System

Garbine Muguruza – The Paragon of the Bruguera Development System

Jul. 10 | by Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Many people in Spain have called Lluis Bruguera the father of modern Spanish tennis. Bruguera coached his son Sergi, who won back-to-back French Open titles in 1993 and 1994 and, with Sergi, founded a tennis academy...

Like Nick Kyrgios, Roger Federer Also Tanked During A Pro Tennis Match

Like Nick Kyrgios, Roger Federer Also Tanked During A Pro Tennis Match

Jul. 7 | Nick Kyrgios of Australia has been a trending topic at Wimbledon of late, due partially to allegations that he thanked a game in his round of 16 match loss to Richard Gasquet. Roger Federer actually had a defense to this behavior from Kyrgios, as can...

Can Fashion Help Revive American Tennis?

Can Fashion Help Revive American Tennis?

Jul. 6 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   There has been much discussed and written of late about the state of American pro tennis. Over the past quarter century, American dominance in the world of tennis has diminished as the game has become more global....

Kvitova and Nadal Losses Highlight Wimbledon First Week – Mondays with Bob Greene

Kvitova and Nadal Losses Highlight Wimbledon First Week – Mondays with Bob Greene

Jul. 5 |  Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Wimbledon (First Week) Jelena Jankovic beat second-seeded Petra Kvitova 3-6 7-5 6-4 Jana Cepelova beat third-seeded Simona Halep 5-7 6-4 6-3 Bethanie Mattek-Sands beat seventh-seeded Ana Ivanovic 6-3 6-4 Nick Kyrgios...

A Diagnosis of Rafael Nadal’s Lack of Confidence

A Diagnosis of Rafael Nadal’s Lack of Confidence

Jul. 2 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Rafael Nadal’s stunning second-round loss to No. 102-ranked qualifier Dustin Brown at Wimbledon has plunged him into darkest depths of his legendary tennis career. With his ranking now set to drop well out of...

Belinda Bencic, Denis Istomin Win First Titles – Mondays with Bob Greene

Belinda Bencic, Denis Istomin Win First Titles – Mondays with Bob Greene

Jun. 28 | Mondays with Bob Greene   STARS Belinda Bencic beat Agnieszka Radwanska 6-4 4-6 6-0 to win the Aegon International in Eastbourne, Great Britain Denis Istomin beat Sam Querrey 7-6 (1) 7-6 (6) to win the Aegon Open in Nottingham, Great Britain   SAYING “I...

Kyrgios Defined By Grit, Toughness and Flash

Kyrgios Defined By Grit, Toughness and Flash

Jun. 28 | by Andrew Eichenholz   Nick Kyrgios had never stepped on a grass court for a tour-level event before he arrived at SW19 last year. A tight four-setter against an unheralded opponent earned him his first win at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet...

Roger Federer – A Mark of Consistency At Wimbledon

Roger Federer – A Mark of Consistency At Wimbledon

Jun. 28 | by Andrew Eichenholz   There is something about the London fog as it clouds the sight of Big Ben, staring down into the streets of its city for a couple weeks in June and July. It is as if there is a sliver of mystery associated with the most famous...

The Grand Slam – Origins and Correct Verbiage

The Grand Slam – Origins and Correct Verbiage

Jun. 27 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   The Grand Slam… It’s a term often mis-used in tennis, but in 2015 there is a chance Serena Williams will be able to achieve the ultimate achievement in the sport of tennis. The Grand Slam is the term...