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What Will 2017 Behold For Roger Federer, Andy Murray and… Boris Becker

What Will 2017 Behold For Roger Federer, Andy Murray and… Boris Becker

Jan. 4 | By Bob Stockton If the second half of 2016 is anything to go by there are going to be big changes at the top in tennis this year. Over the last decade, the status quo have dominated the ATP tour but things are changing and now a new era is approaching...

$98 Million! Miami Open Win Places Novak Djokovic As All-Time Money Winner In Tennis

$98 Million! Miami Open Win Places Novak Djokovic As All-Time Money Winner In Tennis

Apr. 3 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   In the tennis history books, Novak Djokovic passed Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Boris Becker on Sunday. Djokovic’s 6-3, 6-3 win over Kei Nishikori in the final of the Miami Open earned him $1.03 million in...

Good Bye To The Grandstand – A U.S. Open Court That Featured Many Record-Breaking, Historical and Memorable Matches

Good Bye To The Grandstand – A U.S. Open Court That Featured Many Record-Breaking, Historical and Memorable Matches

Sep. 1 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   The email came in to me from Greg Sharko from the ATP World Tour, copying Bill Simons from Inside Tennis Magazine. It was an inquiry to joggle the memory on what some of the most memorable matches were on the...

30 Years After A-Bomb Wish, Kevin Curren Should See The U.S. Open Now

30 Years After A-Bomb Wish, Kevin Curren Should See The U.S. Open Now

Aug. 29 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   It took 30 years, but Kevin Curren finally got his wish. Well, sort of. On August 29, 1985, Curren, the No. 5 seed at the US Open, crashed out in the first round on the Grandstand Court, falling in straight-sets...

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,...

Boris Becker, Jim Courier Among Investors/Advisors In New Sports Crowdfunding Platform Alchemy Global

Boris Becker, Jim Courier Among Investors/Advisors In New Sports Crowdfunding Platform Alchemy Global

May. 5 | CHARLESTON, SC  - Alchemy Global, the first crowdfunding platform in the Sports and Entertainment market matching accredited investors with growth companies, today formally launched with the closing of its investment round. Alchemy brings a powerful...

Marian Vajda On Boris Becker In Monte Carlo: “Boris Didn’t Use Good Tactics Today”

Marian Vajda On Boris Becker In Monte Carlo: “Boris Didn’t Use Good Tactics Today”

Apr. 18 |   By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   In Monte Carlo, Marian Vajda accused Boris Becker of not using good tactics. Before one jumps to conclusion that the co-coaches of Novak Djokovic are in a jealous fight over how to mentor and guide the...

Fast Courts and Heat The Talk of Australian Open So Far, Says Michael Chang

Fast Courts and Heat The Talk of Australian Open So Far, Says Michael Chang

Jan. 12 | The oppressive heat and noticeably faster courts are among the current topics of talk at 2014 Australian Open, according to 1996 finalist and coach of Kei Nishikori Michael Chang. “Players will find this year’s courts a lot faster than usual,”...

Novak Djokovic Hires Boris Becker; IMG Sale Completed; Rick Macci Releases Book – This Week In Tennis Business With Liz Kobak

Novak Djokovic Hires Boris Becker; IMG Sale Completed; Rick Macci Releases Book – This Week In Tennis Business With Liz Kobak

Dec. 20 |   by Liz Kobak @LizTennis   Djokovic Appoints Grand Slam Champion Coach There is lots going on with Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic as of late. The 26-year-old was named 2013 ITF World Champion for the third consecutive year shortly after...

The French Open’s tradition of unlikely winners

The French Open’s tradition of unlikely winners

May. 26 | By Charles Bricker Of the four Grand Slams, the French, which begins Sunday, is the one that seems to inspire the most unlikely winners. Like Al Costa in 2002, Iva Majoli in 1997, and Anastasia Myskina and Gaston Gaudio in 2004. One-Slam...

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?...

Sharapova, Serena, Wozniacki Make Top 10 Most Searched Athletes on Bing: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Sharapova, Serena, Wozniacki Make Top 10 Most Searched Athletes on Bing: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Nov. 30 | Maria Sharapova for WTA's "Strong is Beautiful" Sharapova, Serena, Wozniacki make Top 10 list among most searched athletes on Bing Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki all made Bing’s Top 10 list for the most searched...