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US Junior Adam Neff to Compete in Longines Future Tennis Aces This Week in Paris

US Junior Adam Neff to Compete in Longines Future Tennis Aces This Week in Paris

May. 28 | Adam Neff to compete in Longines Future Tennis Aces in Paris this week. WEEHAWKEN, N.J., (May 25, 2013) – Eleven-year-old Adam Neff’s ultimate tennis goal is not unlike any other top-ranked junior tennis player: He wants to be No. 1 in the world...

Williams Sisters Go Separate Ways in Singles at Roland Garros – Mondays with Bob Greene

Williams Sisters Go Separate Ways in Singles at Roland Garros – Mondays with Bob Greene

May. 27 | By Bob Greene STARS Kaia Kanepi beat Peng Shuai 6-2 7-5 to win the Brussels Open in Brussels, Belgium Albert Montanes beat Gael Monfils 6-0 7-6 (3) to win the Open de Nice Côte d’Azur in Nice, France Juan Monaco beat Jarkko Nieminen 6-4 6-3 to win...

Sam Stosur Talks Health, Fitness and That Potent Second Serve

Sam Stosur Talks Health, Fitness and That Potent Second Serve

May. 25 | By Terence Leong   Sam Stosur has an extensive resume competing at the top levels in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, in fact, being a very rare breed in modern tennis as a player who has won major titles in all three disciplines of the sport....

“This Day In Tennis History” Mobile App Now For Sale In Advance of French Open, Wimbledon

“This Day In Tennis History” Mobile App Now For Sale In Advance of French Open, Wimbledon

May. 23 | Tennis fans all over the world can now enjoy a daily dose of tennis history on their iPhone, iPad and Android powered devices via the new tennis app “This Day In Tennis History.” “This Day In Tennis History” – available...

Murphy Jensen Envisions Sea Island Resort As Five-Star Training Playground For Elite Pros

Murphy Jensen Envisions Sea Island Resort As Five-Star Training Playground For Elite Pros

Feb. 7 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   The historic Sea Island Resort, set along the beautiful marshland on the coast of Georgia, is well known as an eco-system for professional golf. No less than 30 professional golfers call the Sea Island area home,...

R.I.P. to the only American-born player to beat Rod Laver in Davis Cup

R.I.P. to the only American-born player to beat Rod Laver in Davis Cup

Jun. 16 | Barry MacKay By Randy Walker Most people in the tennis world don’t really know how good a tennis player Barry MacKay was. “I didn’t know that he was a tennis player,” confessed my father Saturday morning as we discussed the life and career of...

Jun. 16 | By Randy Walker Most people in the tennis world don’t really know how good a tennis player Barry MacKay was. “I didn’t know that he was a tennis player,” confessed my father Saturday morning as we discussed the life and career of MacKay, who...

French Open television ratings steady during 2012 tournament: this week in tennis business with Justin Cohen

French Open television ratings steady during 2012 tournament: this week in tennis business with Justin Cohen

Jun. 13 | By Justin Cohen French Open Television Ratings for 2012 Despite a rain-interrupted men’s French Open final between Rafael Nadal and current world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, NBC earned a 2.4 overall rating on Sunday morning, down eight percent (2.6) from...

Rafael Nadal makes — and prevents — tennis history

Rafael Nadal makes — and prevents — tennis history

Jun. 11 | By Randy Walker Rafael Nadal staved off history while making some of his own. The Spaniard won his record seventh French Open singles title Monday, completing a 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5 rain-suspended men’s final victory over Novak Djokovic, preventing...

Caroline Wozniacki to launch own underwear line: this week in tennis business with Justin Cohen

Caroline Wozniacki to launch own underwear line: this week in tennis business with Justin Cohen

Jun. 6 | By Justin Cohen Caroline Wozniacki Underwear Line to be Released in September Caroline Wozniacki to launch new underwear line Current world No. 9 Caroline Wozniacki, a former top-ranked player on the WTA Tour, announced Monday on her website that she...

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...

No man – even Rafa or Bjorn – has won more French titles than this musketeer

No man – even Rafa or Bjorn – has won more French titles than this musketeer

Jun. 4 | “Whenever Paris comes to mind, their images loom,” wrote 1931 Wimbledon champion Sidney Wood in his book THE WIMBLEDON FINAL THAT NEVER WAS of the famous Four Musketeers – Rene Lacoste, Henri Cochet, Jean Borotra and Jacques Brugnon. Roland Garros,...