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Young Kyle Edmund May Provide Glimpse of the Future of British Tennis

Young Kyle Edmund May Provide Glimpse of the Future of British Tennis

May. 5 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   VERO BEACH, Fla. — Kyle Edmund gave the nearly 300 fans watching Sunday’s singles final of the $10,000 SorensenRealEstate.com USTA Futures of Vero Beach a glimpse of what the next generation of British...

Greg Rusedski In Tow With Young Brit Kyle Edmund In Vero Beach

Greg Rusedski In Tow With Young Brit Kyle Edmund In Vero Beach

May. 4 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   VERO BEACH, Fla. — Former US Open singles finalist Greg Rusedski of Britain was in tow coaching young 18-year-old Kyle Edmund as the British upstart advanced Saturday into his third career final at the “Futures”...

Milos Raonic has Arrived

Milos Raonic has Arrived

Feb. 14 | By Mike McIntyre Hello Canada and welcome back to the world of professional tennis. Twenty year old Milos Raonic who resides in Thornhill, Ontario, won his first ever ATP World Tour title at the SAP Open in San Jose on Sunday against the ninth ranked...

Odds and ends from the Aussie Open

Odds and ends from the Aussie Open

Jan. 22 | Odds and ends from the Aussie Open: * Good showcase on Day 6 from 18-year-old Bernard Tomic (say “toe-mich), the Australian who was born in Bosnia. He displayed the smooth form and full repertoire of shots that could make him a top player one...

Mondays with Bob Greene: Victoria Azarenka & Viktor Troicki Win Kremlin Cup

Mondays with Bob Greene: Victoria Azarenka & Viktor Troicki Win Kremlin Cup

Oct. 25 | STARS Viktor Troicki beat Marcos Baghdatis 3-6 6-4 6-3 to win the Kremlin Cup men’s singles in Moscow, Russia Victoria Azarenka beat Maria Kirilenko 6-3 6-4 to win the Kremlin Cup women’s singles in Moscow, Russia Roger Federer beat Florian Mayer...

When Federer was the “Savior of Shanghai”

When Federer was the “Savior of Shanghai”

Oct. 12 | Is Roger Federer “The Savior of Shanghai?” Rene Stauffer, the author of the Federer book ROGER FEDERER: QUEST FOR PERFECTION ($19.95, New Chapter Press, www.RogerFedererBook.com) labeled him that from his appearance at the 2005 Tennis Masters Cup,...

Fast Car, Fast Serves Await in Delray Beach

Fast Car, Fast Serves Await in Delray Beach

Oct. 2 | It’s only a $442,000 event, which places it toward the lower end on the ATP prize money spectrum, but the Delray Beach International has become the most enterprising tournament of its size on the tour schedule, and the master promoter is Mark...

WHAT IS NEXT FOR BRITISH TENNIS?

WHAT IS NEXT FOR BRITISH TENNIS?

Mar. 11 | By Melina Harris As Andy Murray trained under the honeyed, cerulean Californian skies in preparation for the first Masters 1000 event of the year in Indian Wells, his fellow Great British team mates arguably suffered the most humiliating defeat in Britain’s...