Archive for the 'Schedule' Category
November 18th, 2011
Is Roger Federer the greatest player when it comes to tournament playing schedules?
October 12th, 2009
Andy Roddick and Rafael Nadal both ripped in the ATP scheduling, but are they in the right to do so?
January 14th, 2009
Here’s a potential bell-ringer for your next executive meeting — tennis fans are changing the way they view the sport (on the internet) because YOU GUYS AREN’T SUCCESSFULLY GETTING TENNIS ON TV. We have a Tennis Channel, but it is mostly reruns and canned shows.
December 31st, 2008
After digging around, this really has been a rather quiet, holiday off-season in the tennis world.
November 17th, 2008
Just when I thought Novak Djokovic had turned the corner, he goes back to his usual ways.
March 31st, 2008
Last year the ATP and WTA tours each circulated a contest among their staff, ‘Let’s Confuse Fans Again by Renaming Our Top-Level Events.’
September 17th, 2007
There’s a method to the seeming madness in the WTA Tour announcing a second season-ending tournament to start in 2009 in Bali, Indonesia.
April 5th, 2007
An unintended consequence of my last post is that it brought on an important discussion around the proposed calendar changes for both Tours. I laid out each Tour’s proposals in one handy document which can be viewed here. This calendar is based on best-known info and I will be updating this document as more information [...]
August 16th, 2006
Getting ready for the U.S. Open? Got your giant tennis ball and camera all ready? Here’s a quick t’do list for next week:
December 15th, 2005
Former WTA star and current tennis talking head Tracy Austin says that the women’s circuit is just too long. Wow, what an original thought. I’ve never heard that one before…
Here’s what I haven’t heard: HOW EXACTLY TO SHORTEN THE SEASON. Enough of the “season is too long, shorten it so there will be less injuries” argument. Instead, can someone please come up with a plan on just how to shorten it?
Posted by Sean Randall @ 12:54 am in Schedule | Comments Off