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Swedish 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 the match within...

First 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 at Wimbledon on Tuesday....

She’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 feature top athletes,...

Wimbledon is back, which means that famous tennis players are dominating the headlines as well as the tennis courts. Want a quick refresher on player facts and stats? Check out Ladbrokes Sport Wimbledon...

“Tanking” is a term that stands for a big no-no in tennis. It means you’ve thrown in the towel and are just going through the motions. You’ve given up and are letting the other...

For recreation, if you’re not on the tennis court this summer, chances are you’ll be by the pool or at the beach. Whether you tote around a hardcover or a Kindle in your beach bag, here are...

The third Slam of the year is underway. The Championships, as Wimbledon is often referred to, is a fortnight of tennis elegance, British style. We picked out a few select fun to own Wimbledon branded items...

Updated 06/28: By now we all know what John McEnroe said about Serena Williams. You missed it? Let’s recap. In an NPR interview (and remember, he’s got a new book out today, But Seriously, so...

A bit of history first: The 1960s and 1970s were prime time for social change. “Traditional” societal norms were being challenged throughout contemporary culture (see Women’s Lib) and...

The U.S. Postal Service has released first-of-a-kind stamp collection with the look — and feel — of actual balls used in eight popular sports. Available nationwide now, the Have a Ball! Forever stamps...