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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova go at it once more, with a lot at stake- the Australian Open title. The numbers say Maria doesn't have much of a chance- she hasn't beaten Serena in 11 years,...

via Australian Open on Facebook Congrats to newbie partners Bethanie Mattek Sands and Lucie Safarova who got the big women’s dubs WIN today in Melbourne. Really amazing. Safarova wore new Nike....

This weekend are the Men's and Women's Finals at the Australian Open.  With the time difference, it can be kind of hard to figure out when they're on. Here's info on the final singles...

Neon. There has been a lot of talk about how big neon is at AO. Nike and a wide variety of brands of tennis shoes are the prime players of this vibrant card. As if in a textbook, Serena Williams, Genie...

Wilson Sporting Goods Co. has announced the release of the Rush Pro 2.0 tennis shoe. Featuring new construction and the company’s patented Pro Torque Chassis arch technology, the new Rush Pro 2.0...

No not Tomas Berdych here but these were his blues at AO. I do love the color and watercolor affect on the shirt but find it a little much when combined with the shorts. There's a pj look to silky...

  San Quentin Prison in California is pioneering using sports programming to aid in prisoner rehabilitation (you can see the baseball field in the image linked above). The above video takes...

World #1 Novak Djokovic defeated World #42 Gilles Muller  of Luxembourg in straights, 6-4, 7-5, 7-5 in the 4th Round of the Australian Open. That result's notable from a tenniswear standpoint-...

Color inspires and I've got my eye on spring/summer tennis fashions I can get now to keep my mid-winter spirits fired up. AO 2015 looks fit the color bill for sure but I'm currently obsessed with...

Lacoste has released an expensive, limited edition new hi-tech racquet, the LT. Three years of research were necessary for the development of the LT. The LT12 is 70% wood and 30% graphite.    Three...