May 20th, 2016
Sean Randall previews the French Open. Did he really pick Andy Murray to win it?
May 9th, 2016
The young guns were strong on Monday in Rome. But Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had to withdraw.
May 4th, 2016
It’s a big day Thursday at Madrid with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori and Tomas Berdych all on court.
April 15th, 2016
A Big Four will face a Frenchman in the Monte Carlo final Sunday, who will it be?
April 15th, 2016
Is Rafael Nadal finally finding his form again?
April 14th, 2016
The quarterfinals are set at Monte Carlo Friday. Are we headed to a Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal final?
April 13th, 2016
Novak Djokovic proved again his not invincible. And who’ll take advantage now that the Serb’s out?
April 9th, 2016
Sean Randall previews the Monte Carlo draw.
March 17th, 2016
Are we going to see the resumption of the Novak Djokovic-Rafael Nadal rivalry Saturday?
March 8th, 2016
Sean Randall previews the Indian Wells men’s draw. Will Novak Djokovic get his 3-peat?
February 14th, 2016
Men’s Notes: Three Top 10 players in the field…What are Americans Isner and Sock doing here?…Not a lot of floating talent in the field…(1) Nadal looking at a second round meeting with Almagro, and (8) Bellucci starts against former finalist The Dog…
February 6th, 2016
Last year Nadal broke Ferrer’s three-year hold on the event, beating Monaco in the final…Pulling from the event were Aljaz Bedene, Andreas “Don’t Be A” Haider-Maurer, and Jack Sock…Spaniards have won the singles title for the last seven years…The title-less Nadal is trying to repeat last year when he won his first title of the year in Buenos Aires…Former champs in the field are Nadal (2015), Ferrer (2014-12), Almagro (2011), and Monaco (2007).
January 23rd, 2016
What a Sunday at the Australian Open.
January 22nd, 2016
Berdych remained calm and composed while Kyrgios, who raced to a 6-1 third-set win, was seemingly rattled by every potential distraction, including at one point music that could be heard from another court.
January 20th, 2016
If the women’s side at the Australian Open has been a bubbling cauldron of uncertainty, injuries and upsets, the men’s side has been a peaceful stroll through the Aussie bush collecting flowers and occasionally stopping to solo on the didgeridoo.