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SHARE THIS ARTICLECongratulations to Serena Williams and her fiancé Alexis Ohanian! The NY Daily News reports that she has given birth to a healthy baby girl, 6 pounds, 13 ounces, at St. Mary’s...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEDo not judge me by my successes. Judge me by how many times I fell down, and got back up again. -Nelson Mandela That’s how Unstoppable My Life So Far begins (on sale September 12.)...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEWelcome to New York City! (Well, a little piece of the vibe, anyway.) As we did for Wimbledon, today we’re featuring tennis gear especially connected to the US Open – one...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEWe’re getting back to our Addicted series and first up is a look at a Munich, Germany based tennis club whose members take their love of the game to the EXTREME. This is not your...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEAdidas, Pharrell Williams, Garbine Muguruza and a host of adidas Tennis sponsored athletes kicked off the US Open at the Frederick Johnson Community Court in Harlem, New York with the...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEFormer American pro Paul Annacone played on the pro tour for 11 years, reaching #12 in the world in singles. He won three singles titles and 11 doubles titles before turning to coaching....

SHARE THIS ARTICLECute. It really is. Wilson, Roger’s racquet sponsor told Roger there was a surprise waiting for him on this ball strewn court. And there was. Too funny that Roger is actually a...

SHARE THIS ARTICLESwedish sportswear brand Björn Borg is diving into politics with an anti border walls message cleverly communicated with a tennis match being called the Borg Open. Each player played...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEFirst a little background, since we all know Jack Sock, but the name Peter Woodville might have you wondering. We’ll get to him in a sec. So, Jack Sock won his first round match...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEShe’s been a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, and now Caroline Wozniacki has moved over to ESPN Magazine to star on the cover of their annual “Body” issue, where they...