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Brad Gilbert, “The Chatterbox With Something Important To Say,” Featured In “Greatest Jewish Tennis Players of All Time” Book

Brad Gilbert, “The Chatterbox With Something Important To Say,” Featured In “Greatest Jewish Tennis Players of All Time” Book

Jul. 1 | Brad Gilbert is regarded as one of the most entertaining television personalities in tennis, serving as an analyst for years for ESPN in the United States. Prior to his TV career – and his career as a highly regarded tennis coach – Gilbert was a...

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...

Roger Federer Snags 80th Career Title In Cincinnati; Sets Sights On U.S. Open

Roger Federer Snags 80th Career Title In Cincinnati; Sets Sights On U.S. Open

Aug. 17 | by Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Roger Federer won his 80th career title – and his sixth career title in Cincinnati – beating David Ferrer 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 Sunday at the Western & Southern Masters in Mason, Ohio. With the win, Federer has...

Serena Williams Shocked In French Open Second Round, Winning Only Four Games

Serena Williams Shocked In French Open Second Round, Winning Only Four Games

May. 28 | by Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Not since her very first match as a professional on October 29, 1995 had Serena Williams lost a match in a more convincing fashion that she did Wednesday in the second round of the French Open. The world No. 1...

Australian Open Increases Prize Money To $31 Million – This Week In Tennis Business With Liz Kobak

Australian Open Increases Prize Money To $31 Million – This Week In Tennis Business With Liz Kobak

Oct. 2 | By Liz Kobak @LizTennis   Australian Open Increases Prize Money The Australian Open announced that it will increase its prize money pay by $3 million for 2014 to bring overall player compensation to $31 million. Wimbledon offered about $36.5 million...

Novak Djokovic Defeats Juan Martin del Potro In Longest-Ever Wimbledon Semifinal

Novak Djokovic Defeats Juan Martin del Potro In Longest-Ever Wimbledon Semifinal

Jul. 5 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Just when you think you have seen one of the best matches you have ever seen, here comes another one. In a Wimbledon classic, Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro slugged their way through the longest semifinal...

Roger Federer Suffers Shock Second-Round Upset Loss At Wimbledon

Roger Federer Suffers Shock Second-Round Upset Loss At Wimbledon

Jun. 26 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   What are the odds that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal would lose at Wimbledon before third round to players ranked No. 116, No. 135 respectively? One of the craziest days in the 127-year history of Wimbledon –...

Heartbreaking Injury Ends Brian Baker’s Australian Open

Heartbreaking Injury Ends Brian Baker’s Australian Open

Jan. 15 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   “He’s the last guy you want to see this happen to,” said a somewhat dazed Sam Querrey to ESPN2’s Brad Gilbert Wednesday during their TV interview as Brian Baker sat nearby on his courtside seat, questioning...

Who are the best American Tennis TV Commentators?

Who are the best American Tennis TV Commentators?

Aug. 29 | Former US Olympian, Fed Cupper, top 20 WTA star and long-time tennis journalist and insider Andrea Leand reveals her picks as the best American tennis TV commentators. Readers are encouraged to comment on their picks for best TV commentators below in...

Roddick’s masterpiece over Federer harkens back to 2003

Roddick’s masterpiece over Federer harkens back to 2003

Mar. 27 | Suddenly, it was 2003 again for Andy Roddick, slashing and hustling and playing with extreme confidence, just as he did as he torched his way through a series of tournaments leading to the U.S. Open title that year. His clothes bore a Reebok logo instead...

Sam Querrey Signs Three-Year Racquet Deal With Babolat: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Sam Querrey Signs Three-Year Racquet Deal With Babolat: This Week in Tennis Business with Justin Cohen

Feb. 22 | Querrey signs three-year racquet sponsorship contract with Babolat Sam Querrey signs with Babolat World No. 85 Sam Querrey, who has finished in the Top 100 in South African Airways ATP Rankings for five consecutive years, has signed a three-year sponsorship...

World No.1 Rafael Nadal named 2010 US Open men’s top seed

World No.1 Rafael Nadal named 2010 US Open men’s top seed

Aug. 23 | FLUSHING, N.Y., August 23, 2010 – The USTA announced today that world No. 1 Rafael Nadal of Spain, the reigning French Open and Wimbledon champion, will be the top seed at the 2010 US Open in men’s singles.  The 2010 US Open will be played at...