July 23rd, 2015
Might Grigor Dimitrov be looking at hiring Ivan Lendl as his new coach?
October 14th, 2014
Ivan Lendl has decided against coaching Tomas Berdych.
March 19th, 2014
After 26 months, Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl have parted ways.
December 8th, 2012
We all know the greatness that is Roger Federer. We know that, at this point, literally every match he places bares some kind of historic significance.
June 13th, 2012
“Grass is for the cows.”
– Ivan Lendl on skipping Wimbledon in 1982 to instead take a vacation.
March 28th, 2012
Andy Murray says he’s already learned a lot from new coach Ivan Lendl.
January 7th, 2012
Andy Murray routs Bernard Tomic in Brisbane, but gives high praise to the rising teen.
December 31st, 2011
Andy Murray has announced Ivan Lendl will be his new full time coach.
May 1st, 2011
The title lifted Djokovic’s win-loss record on the year to 27-0, the best season start by a player since Ivan Lendl began the 1986 year 29-0.
March 23rd, 2011
The title asks if Djokovic is playing the best tennis ever.
December 14th, 2010
Ivan Lendl talking to a local Florida newspaper on the new strings in the modern tennis game: “It’s not so much the rackets as the strings. It’s just amazing what you can do with them; how hard you can hit the ball with spin. The ball moves so much, it’s crazy. It takes away the serve-and-volley game. To me, they shouldn’t be allowed…”…
November 17th, 2010
ATP World Tour Finals Preview Part I: A Brief History
October 1st, 2010
“I think we’ve missed him,” said the Swede. “He’s the epitome of a professional athlete. He’s the guy that showed the way for people to become really fit. He changed his psychology in the game by becoming strong physically, and then mentally. He’s an unbelievable example. Everyone who plays now has him to thank for what they are doing, probably more than anyone else.”
August 28th, 2010
Due to Lendl winning Down Under to start 1990, Pete Sampras became only the sixth man to win a hard court slam at the 1990 U.S. Open. It may just be me, but for Sampras to be only the sixth man to win a slam on hard courts despite 15 grand slam events having been contested on hard courts prior to the 1990 U.S. Open seems odd. Even more astounding to me is Patrick Rafter becoming only the tenth man to win a Grand Slam on a hard court when he won the 1997 U.S. Open title.
August 11th, 2010
Andy Roddick’s early-round exit in Washington dropped him out of the Top 10, making for the FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THE RANKINGS there are no American’s in the Top 10. RIP, U.S. tennis, we were big fans back in the day…