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Bobby Reynolds Still Chasing Dreams, Giving Back To The Game He Loves

Bobby Reynolds Still Chasing Dreams, Giving Back To The Game He Loves

Jul. 18 | By Christopher Lancette Bobby Reynolds It is a scorching hot summer day in College Park, Maryland and Bobby Reynolds has gone from the raucous crowds supporting his Washington Kastles World Team Tennis matches to the obscurity of pumping iron...

Borrowed Babolat Racket Serves Bobby Reynolds Fine

Borrowed Babolat Racket Serves Bobby Reynolds Fine

Jan. 12 | Bobby Reynolds’ early-season odyssey with a borrowed stick came to an end today in Sydney, but not before he reached the quarterfinals of the Apia International, picking up 45 ranking points, about $13,000 and a large “you’re welcome”...

Youngster Madison Keys, veteran Bobby Reynolds win final U.S. Open slots

Youngster Madison Keys, veteran Bobby Reynolds win final U.S. Open slots

Aug. 21 | [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0STcXzGwi5g&w=560&h=343] By Christopher Lancette College Park, MD – And the awards go to …? A precocious 16-year-old with a swing and maturity beyond her years, and a 29-year-old fighting to get back...

Good chemistry propels Kastles to World Team Tennis title

Good chemistry propels Kastles to World Team Tennis title

Jul. 27 | By Christopher Lancette Good chemistry. It’s something that every team in every sport talks about. Ample supplies of the highly sought elixir propels some franchises toward championships while its absence flushes others down the drain. The Washington...

World Team Tennis gives “gift of a lifetime”

World Team Tennis gives “gift of a lifetime”

Jul. 17 | By Christopher Lancette The Washington Kastles fend off five match points in a super tiebreaker against the New York Sportimes at a recent World Team Tennis match in their jam packed riverfront stadium. The Kastles pull even at 6-6 and the next point...

Obama family enjoys “normal” night of World Team Tennis in D.C.?

Obama family enjoys “normal” night of World Team Tennis in D.C.?

Jul. 8 | By Christopher Lancette If it’s possible for First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha to “sneak” into an event, that’s exactly what they did on July 7. The fans in attendance were so focused on Serena Williams playing women’s...

The Latest Nights in Tennis!

The Latest Nights in Tennis!

Oct. 5 | It was four years ago when one of the latest recorded finishes occurred in professional tennis. On October 5, 2006, Benjamin Becker of Germany and Jiri Novak of the Czech Republic concluded their round of 16 match at the Japan Open in Tokyo at 3:24...

The US Open Finished the First Round of Qualifying

The US Open Finished the First Round of Qualifying

Aug. 27 | It took three days and a lot of dodging raindrops, but the U.S. Open finally finished the first round of qualifying and lesser known U.S. players have done well. Nine of 20 American men reached the secondn round and young Ryan Harrison of New Braunfels,...

2010 US Open Kicks Off Tuesday with Qualifying Tournament

2010 US Open Kicks Off Tuesday with Qualifying Tournament

Aug. 25 | Thirty-six Americans, 20 on the men’s side, were primed to start the U.S. Open qualifying on Tuesday, and while four of them reached the second round, most of the day’s matches were postponed after rain pelted the Billie Jean King USTA...

IN HIS 203rd CAREER CHALLENGER, KIM REFLECTS ON LIFE IN THE MINOR LEAGUES

IN HIS 203rd CAREER CHALLENGER, KIM REFLECTS ON LIFE IN THE MINOR LEAGUES

Mar. 19 | By Charles Bricker When obscure, 31-year-old ATP veteran Kevin Kim got the news of his probable record, he had a one-word response. “Serious?” he said, sounding a bit dumbfounded. Yes, serious. When he went on court earlier this week...

FOREIGN PLAYERS IN COLLEGE TENNIS: SHOULD THEY BENEFIT FROM U.S. TAX DOLLARS?

FOREIGN PLAYERS IN COLLEGE TENNIS: SHOULD THEY BENEFIT FROM U.S. TAX DOLLARS?

Mar. 16 | By Charles Bricker Watching a few moments of a thoroughly unremarkable qualifying match between Bobby Reynolds, that former Vanderbilt Commodore, and young German Christian Blocker, the current No. 2 at the University of Miami, really put me...