March 9th, 2016
Justine Henin and Marat Safin are among the class of 2016 Tennis Hall of Fame inductees.
October 23rd, 2015
The Hall of Fame announced the nominees for the 2016 class. Absent was former No. 1
December 15th, 2011
Marat Safin won a seat on the Russian Parliament.
November 7th, 2010
“I never played (Stefan), just watched him on TV, but I loved all his matches, of course, at Wimbledon, and I love the way he played,’ said Safin, the 2000 US Open champion. “He’s in great shape. He serves well and moves around pretty good. He’s good. He’s really good.”
May 19th, 2010
Ernests Gulbis is turning into quite the character. Here’s a good profile on the 21-year-old Latvian.
March 12th, 2010
“It is almost a comedy that I am back in such a short time,” said Safin of so quickly jumping from the ATP World Tour on the Champions Series circuit. “It is an honor to be playing with these legends.”
February 13th, 2010
Writing this goes against everything I’ve been saying lately, but I just have to get this off my chest.
February 11th, 2010
WARNING: NOT FOR DIE-HARD FED-FANATICS!
February 10th, 2010
Marat Safin will play on the Senior Tour next month.
February 1st, 2010
I want to comment on Murray’s approach to attempting to win, let’s say, the last two Australian Opens. Last year he played an exhibition in Abu Dhabi and a warm up event in Doha. He won both, beating Nadal once and Federer twice. He was coming off a great 2008 where he won two Masters and reached the US Open final. In Oz, he lost to Fernando Verdasco in the 4th round.
January 4th, 2010
Boy did Brisbane hit the jackpot in players.
January 3rd, 2010
he only thing that’s happened at these events is a bunch of qualifying matches have been played.
December 23rd, 2009
With everyone doing top 10 lists of the decade or the year, I decided to take a slightly different approach.
November 10th, 2009
After three days of early round action, the top players finally hit the courts at the Paris Indoors, the final stop on the ATP’s regular season.
October 17th, 2009
Notes: Weak, weak seeded line-up; tough openers include (1) Davydenko vs. Safin, (4) Andreev vs. Ginepri, (6) Tipsarevic vs. Crazi Dani, and (5) Cuevas vs. Lu (upset alert); Russians have won 13 titles in the 19 years of the event; unseeded Igor Kunitsyn is the defending champ, and is looking at a second-round meeting with the Davydenko-Safin winner; Davydenko looking for fourth Moscow title; Yevgeny Kafelnikov won the Moscow title five years in a row from 1997-2001.