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Caroline Wozniacki Joins Bjorn Borg, Tamarine Tanasugarn In US Open Trivia Book With Win On New Grandstand

Caroline Wozniacki Joins Bjorn Borg, Tamarine Tanasugarn In US Open Trivia Book With Win On New Grandstand

Aug. 29 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Caroline Wozniacki joined Bjorn Borg and Tamarine Tanasugarn in the US Open trivia book Monday. Wozniacki defeated Taylor Townsend  4-6, 6-3, 6-4 to become the first player to win a match on the new. Grandstand...

From USTA Futures Event In Vero Beach, Top U.S. Prospect Francis Tiafoe Targets A Junior Grand Slam Title

From USTA Futures Event In Vero Beach, Top U.S. Prospect Francis Tiafoe Targets A Junior Grand Slam Title

May. 1 |   By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   VERO BEACH, Fla. — It’s not every day that Sports Illustrated and the Washington Post focus their journalistic endeavors on the sleepy Florida coastal paradise of Vero Beach and its $10,000...

The Top Five Forehands of All Time

The Top Five Forehands of All Time

Sep. 4 | The forehand is perhaps the most the most destructive weapon in the sport of tennis. Who in the history of the game had – or has – the best forehand of all time? Steve Flink, tennis historian and journalist and author of the new book THE GREATEST...

“The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time” book published by New Chapter Media

“The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time” book published by New Chapter Media

Jun. 18 | NEW YORK, June 18, 2012 – New Chapter Press today announced the release of the book “THE GREATEST TENNIS MATCHES OF ALL TIME” written by noted tennis journalist and historian Steve Flink. “THE GREATEST TENNIS MATCHES OF ALL TIME” features...

Bjorn Borg’s first ever match at Roland Garros

Bjorn Borg’s first ever match at Roland Garros

Jun. 5 | By Cliff Richey Roland Garros is a place where I have many memories – some I want to remember the rest of my life and some I’d rather forget. One unique experience I had came back in 1973 when I played a first-round match against a young Swedish...

A Look Back at Federer vs. Roddick

A Look Back at Federer vs. Roddick

Mar. 1 | Roger Federer vs. Andy Roddick Roger Federer and Andy Roddick’s most noted tennis matches have taken place on the most famous court in tennis at Wimbledon, but Monday in New York, they will play in the world’s most famous arena – Madison Square...

Looking Back at the 1973 Tennis Boycott

Looking Back at the 1973 Tennis Boycott

Feb. 16 | Talk of a potential men’s player boycott against the Grand Slam tournaments heated up during the 2012 Australian Open. A boycott of a major tournament would be the first since the infamous men’s boycott at Wimbledon in 1973 that helped forge the...

Analyzing the Greatest Players of All Time

Analyzing the Greatest Players of All Time

Dec. 16 | Who is the greatest tennis player of all time? This is a question that is discussed almost daily in the tennis world. But how does one compare players from different generations? How would Pete Sampras fair against Don Budge or Jack Kramer or Bill Tilden?...

Borg, McEnroe renew rivalry Thursday in New York City

Borg, McEnroe renew rivalry Thursday in New York City

Jul. 13 | Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe will face off against each other for the first time in New York City since their famous 1981 US Open men’s singles final when the two square off in World Team Tennis action Thursday night at Randall’s Island. McEnroe’s...

Fila launches exhibit at Hall of Fame to celebrate 100th anniversary: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Fila launches exhibit at Hall of Fame to celebrate 100th anniversary: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Jun. 29 | Fila launches exhibit at International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum to celebrate 100th Anniversary To celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary, Fila and the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum in Newport, R.I., has launched a new exhibit...

You cannot be serious! 30 years ago today

You cannot be serious! 30 years ago today

Jun. 22 | It just might be the most famous line ever uttered in tennis. “You cannot be serious!” exclaimed John McEnroe on June 22, 1981 in his first-round Wimbledon victory over Tom Gullikson (ironically, the name who nearly 20 years later would be replaced...

Roger Federer’s Wimbledon epic

Roger Federer’s Wimbledon epic

Jun. 21 | It can easily be called the greatest Wimbledon final ever. In 2009, Roger Federer won his sixth Wimbledon men’s singles title – and his record-breaking 16th major singles title – with an epic five-set victory over Andy Roddick. Rene Stauffer,...