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Who's got the funk...
1.
Nicolas MAHUT
Forced to qualify at the Topshelf Open in the Netherlands, Mahut works his yearly grass magic to take the title. Is he really 6-foot-3 or is that media guide fluffing?
2.
Rafael NADAL
It was a struggle during the week but the Spaniard rebounds from his early French Open exit with the grass title at Stuttgart.
3.
Camila GIORGI
The Italian with the crazy gypsy dad wins her first title in her 4th try in the Netherlands.
4.
Roger FEDERER
Back in Halle or as it's know 'The Roger Federer Easy-Bake Draw' attempting an 8th career title.
5.
Queens Club
Huge field with Andy, Stan, Rafa and more makes for a good week. Can the Stanimal make the transition to the lawns?
...Who's in the trunk
5.
Melanie OUDIN
Sidelined by heart and eye procedures, but looking to come back likely for Wimbledon qualifying.
4.
Boris BECKER
New book says Fed and Djoker don't like each other, and now living in Wimbledon saying he loves the English and the Germans -- not so much. Boris on a roll.
3.
Aussie Men
Don't believe the hype? When is one of these kids going to go deep in a tournament?
2.
Juan Martin DEL POTRO
Will he ever be back?
1.
WTA Players on Grass
No top dogs last week, and this week Serena, Maria and Petra skip Birmingham, why can't the WTA get the top dogs to play grass before Wimbledon?

LATEST TENNIS NEWS

June 30, 2015
Federer, Nadal Win But Line Up Tough Opponents in 2nd Rd. at Wimbledon

Former Wimbledon champs Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal eased into the second round in their debuts at the All England Club on Tuesday, with almost time to enjoy strawberries and cream during change-overs as three of the Big 4 won in straight sets.

Federer needed just a little over an hour to dispatch of Bosnia's Damir Dzumhur 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 on Centre Court, speaking to the difference of the show courts, and all the courts, as the tournament advances.

"[The grass] changes as the tournament progresses," said Federer, who will next meet American Sam Querrey in their first meeting on grass. "It's easier to move once you enter, I'd say, third round. Then especially the second [...]

John McEnroe Says Stan Wawrinka Has The Greatest Shot In Tennis History, Brad Gilbert Responds No Way [Video]
Brad Gilbert dumps on John McEnroe [...]
July 1, 2015

Slumping Eugenie Bouchard Wants This "Learning Experience" To Be Over
Eugenie Bouchard's tailspin continues. [...]
July 1, 2015

Roger Federer Says He's More Ruthless Now Than Ever
Roger Federer says he can't wait to drive the kids to school. [...]
July 1, 2015

Kei Nishikori Withdraws From Wimbledon With A Calf Injury
Kei Nishikori has withdrawn from Wimbledon. [...]
July 1, 2015

Halep, Bouchard Prepare for Rankings Plunge After Tuesday Wimbledon Fiascoes
"I think emotion. I wasn't there," Halep said. "I couldn't handle it very well. She came back in a good way with her game. She was pushing me a lot. She was aggressive. But I can say that I let her come in and play aggressive...Inside and emotionally I have to work more to take the stress out. I want to go on court and say, 'I don't care what I'm doing, just to go play tennis.' It will come soon. I believe and I have this confidence." [...]
June 30, 2015

Federer, Nadal Win But Line Up Tough Opponents in 2nd Rd. at Wimbledon
"He's not a usual player," Nadal said. "Anything can happen. He beat me last year in Halle. It is little bit different, the surface and everything. He's a tough player...Probably he will come with good confidence. I'm going to try to be ready for it." [...]
June 30, 2015

Nick Kyrgios Threatens Not To Finish Match, Says He Didn't Call Mohamed Lahyani A Dirty Scum! [Video]
Nick Kyrgios continues to find himself in controversy. [...]
June 30, 2015


Rankings & Points
ATP - Jun 29
1 Novak Djokovic 13845
2 Roger Federer 9665
3 Andy Murray 7450
4 Stan Wawrinka 5790
5 Kei Nishikori 5660
6 Tomas Berdych 5050
7 David Ferrer 4490
8 Milos Raonic 4440
9 Marin Cilic 3540
10 Rafael Nadal 3135
ATP No. 1 History
WTA - Jun 29
1 Serena Williams 11291
2 Petra Kvitova 6870
3 Simona Halep 6200
4 Maria Sharapova 5950
5 Caroline Wozniacki 5000
6 Lucie Safarova 4055
7 Ana Ivanovic 3895
8 Ekaterina Makarova 3575
9 3345
10 Angelique Kerber 3285
WTA No. 1 History

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