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Well, I’ve sort of been in mourning for the last day or so, since Roger Federer announced he was pulling out of all events for the remainder of the year, to get his knee back in shape following his...

Embed from Getty ImagesSania Mirza is an accomplished doubles specialist and currently 50% of one of the best women’s doubles teams in recent memory. She’s recently released an autobiography...

  A new book titled The Stylish Life: Tennis (teNeues with Ben Rothenburg as narrator) is sure to be a hit with Tennis Identity readers. With its pantheon of legendary players,...

Foam rollers are now ubiquitous to PT rooms around the globe. Learn the tricks of the trade with Total Foam Rolling Techniques, a new self-help book by Steve Barrett, a 25 year PT. You’ll learn...

Whether your child (or student) is a newbie to tennis or road warrior on the tournament trail, The Tennis Parent's Bible is how-to parenting nectar from the tennis gods. This bible's author is...

For all who worship and want more on Roger Federer, long-time sports journo Peter Bodo has released Roger Federer The Man, The Matches, The Rivals. If you read Bodo's blog, TennisWorld, you know...

The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Time is a new read by author and tennis historian Steve Flink.  Beginning with Suzanne Leglen vs. Helen Wills in 1926 and ending with Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic...

Tennis Skills & Drills is a new book by 8 year ATP tour veteran Joey Rive and Scott Williams, former coach to Tommy Haas and Max Mirnyi. The book is more of a tennis manual than long read and does...

Book review: RAFA by Rafael Nadal and John Carlin. I hung with RAFA Sunday thanks to Irene. The storm hit with winds not unlike his game, fierce and unrelenting. No power, no Open, just this guy...

HIGH STRUNG: Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, and the Untold Story of Tennis’s Fiercest Rivalry by Stephen Tignor hits bookstores tomorrow. 2011 happens to be the thirtieth anniversary of the last Borg/McEnroe...