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Category Archives: Tennis Parties

Toni Nadal photo: David Parry / PA Wire Got a minute for a cup of coffee? How do you take yours? With a little Fed? Read on. Toni Nadal, Judy Murray, and Jamie Murray recently joined Lavazza execs, on...

[social_warfare]Holiday time is party time and although we all know alcohol is something to avoid (especially for athletes), there are times when the festivities call for just a little something.  I enlisted...

With the return of the US Open comes the “Grey Goose Honey Deuce” a fan favorite on tournament grounds and a refreshing summer cocktail made with lemonade, raspberry liqueur and honeydew...

Heading out to haunt this this month? Here are a few ideas to get you inspired.Bethanie Mattek Sands had some help in creating this glam dress but it might just inspire you to create something equally...

Kick off your tennis match with a chuckle. Instead of up or down, p or d,  mountains or valleys, or “mine’s worn off, you spin,” how about thongs or panties? Beer or wine? Boxers or...

Make like Rafa and mix up a Sapphire ACE Collins Miami style. The bevie is the signature cocktail of the Sony Open. Nadal hit Bombay Sapphire's VIP Player’s Party for the Sony...

Richard Grier, long-time Director of the Wimbledon Championships has retired. His daughter (and stellar tennis player) Cristelle Grier Fox, kindly shared his going away cake with me. Bittersweet I'm...

Wristpect wristbands add personality to any tennis outfit, especially solids (which I happen to own a lot of). Above Jayci Goldsmith of Texas rocks one of the two patterns in Wristpect's Fluid &...

Here's a signature Sony Open cocktail recipe for the armchair tennis traveler. Mix, turn up the heat and enjoy the tournament: Sapphire Ace Collins 1 ½ oz. Bombay Sapphire Gin* ¾ oz. fresh lemon...

For those watching U.S. Open tennis from afar, here’s a way to enjoy the experience even more authentically.  Straight from the bar at the BJK: Cherry Noir Cherry Slice (NEW for 2012; $12 per at...