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It’s a little early to cover Wimbledon but for those making plans to head that way, here’s something you may want to add to your trip. Sir John Lavery, 1885   The Barber Institute of Fine...

Outside Magazine's January 2011 issue has a great article out on Landon Donovan. If you need a New Year fitness motivator, Donovan is your man. No Donovan's not a tennis player but he is one of...

We all know Gavin Rossdale’s a tennis player, big fan and good friend of Roger Federer. So what’s it like to hit with Roger when you’re not a pro? This, excerpted from DETAILS magazine,...

Clay Sniteman M.S., P.T., ATC, is a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer for the ATP World Tour. He also runs a private PT business, Sundance PT in Utah. If you watch tennis you've probably caught...

I had a chance to sit down with Ana Ivanovic at the adidas Barricade party. Honestly it was as comfortable as chatting with an old friend. As I'm always trying to grab some game plan from the pros...

After Wednesday night's Lights On. Light's Out event in NYC the Nike tennis powers that be sat down for a few questions. Listen in to an excerpt (6 mins) discussing opins on the upcoming US Open...

Marion Bartoli flashed an early peek at Nike's take on 2010 US Open tennis fashion last week at the Bank of the West Classic. I like her in this monochromatic combination. Good color for her. Pictured...

 Need to know even more about Agassi? Here’s your chance and this one’s not on paper. A Special Evening with Andre Agassi is set for 8 pm, Thursday, September 2 in New York City at The...

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Melanie Oudin who is in Indian Wells for the BNP Paribas Open. At 18, Oudin is a teen with adult attitude and big talent, “Don’t ever give up...

The 2009 U.S. Open Wheelchair Competition runs September 10 – 13 at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center right alongside Arthur Ashe's main court action. David Wagner of the USA,...