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The U.S. Open is the crown jewel of the United States Tennis Association- the final Slam of the year that brings the focus of the tennis world to the hard courts of Flushing Meadows just outside New York...

The Miami Open provided a shady space for the Miami Humane Society to showcase some of the dogs and cats they have waiting for adoption. Our animal loving correspondent Kerry Feirman stopped by for a...

Outside the Ball’ s host Mayleen Ramey recently chatted with Karolina Pliskova regarding the tennis player’s unique tattoos. The Czech  has had a lifelong admiration for ink and experienced...

“The Miami Vice Open” — 10 pm NBC – Crockett and Tubbs pose as sports agents in an attempt to get close to a professional tennis player romantically linked to “The Columbian”....

Rafa Nadal got busy right away this year in Miami. Not with tennis though, food.  Nadal and Enrique Iglesias have partnered in the new Miami eatery Tatel Miami (sister to one in Madrid), located at the...

Hot off his latest BNP Paribas win, Roger Federer graces the cover of April’s GQ Magazine. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the images. The accompanying article offers some interesting insight...

There’s a new band storming the charts- maybe you haven’t heard them on the radio, but you’ve seen them on the courts. Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov and Tommy Haas are the one-handed...

If you have a lot of money, and you’re a Roger Federer fan (isn’t everyone) then we have just the thing for you. Tennis Warehouse is exclusively offering a selection of signed Roger Federer...

The dogs are back in town. The Brazil Open introduced rescue dogs to their event last year, and they’re back for an encore. (Different dogs, of course.) They will be ball boys dogs for both the semifinal...

Credit: PopSugar.com Athletes are among the world’s most influential trendsetters –this is especially true when it comes to tennis players, female tennis players, to be exact. Stay with us and...