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Scorching sun, unbearable heat, strong winds; hour-long matches and practices don’t just take toll on tennis players’ elbows and knees, but on their hair as well. Yet, in the moments of their greatest...

The bookies are having a field day and the commentators can’t stop talking about it. The women’s draw at the French open has never been more open. There is no favourite and seemingly everybody...

Last week, I wandered back to the woods and hills of my childhood to share the familiar trails and memory-laden vistas with my best friend. Daffodils peered tentatively from the riverbanks, buttoned up...

The life of a pro tennis player is glamorous but singularly focused. Andy Roddick, who retired from the tour in 2012, is still enjoying the change. I recently caught up with him while he was promoting...

Smashing racquets. It seems a right of passage for frustrated young guns trying to make their way in the pro tennis world. Believe it your not, that icon of cool on court, Roger Federer did it too. Terrific...

When a country is on the line, emotions run high. Take as example, these images from Davis Cup, Fed Cup, and the Olympics and understand, the part uniforms play. Team play is powerful. Embed from Getty...

Our correspondent Kerry Feirman of Talk Tennis took part once again in Cliff Drysdale’s Tennis with the Stars event recently. The annual fundraiser took place at the lovely Omni Racho Las Palmas...

Let me start by saying that here’s a company (a big tennis sponsor) that really gets it. If tennis is to continue well into the future more promising players need to be able to secure the financial...

The Miami Open presented by Itaú today announced several wildcard entries for the 2017 tournament to be held March 20-April 2 in Key Biscayne at the Crandon Park Tennis Center. Five men and eight women...

The U.S. Open is America’s tennis showcase for a reason. Held in the most notable city in front of thousands and thousands of enthusiastic fans, it’s the final Slam on the schedule, and a fitting...