March 5th, 2009
Who will win the 2009 Davis Cup? Sean Randall, as he always does, break down the weekend’s ties and the 2009 Davis Cup season.
January 21st, 2009
Two old foes and former No. 1s will do battle in a blockbuster meeting on Thursday at the Australian Open when Roger Federer meets Marat Safin.
January 20th, 2009
Marcos Baghdatis on the difficult heat at the Aussie Open: “The conditions, the sun, the sun, it’s just very strong. Just even being out there, you cannot breathe. I just want to, you know, puke. But I’m happy I went through.”…
January 4th, 2009
Officials at the Hopman Cup exhibition were shocked when Marat Safin showed up for the event with a black and bloodied eye and cuts on his face after getting in a brawl in Moscow.
January 3rd, 2009
Big start to the New Year with just about all the top guys playing ATP events, including Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and the two Andys, Murray and Roddick, all in Doha.
October 12th, 2008
So what’s going to happen first, Marat Safin wins a title or Guns N’ Roses finally releases their super long-awaited Chinese Democracy CD?
October 10th, 2008
That Roger Federer is one curious cat, isn’t he?
July 12th, 2008
I am quite certain that at some point today, Thomas Muster, Sergi Bruguera and perhaps a few other former Grand Slam champions all scratched their head upon hearing the news that Michael Chang officially entered the Tennis Hall of Fame.
July 4th, 2008
Thanks NBC, and thanks Wimbledon. Thanks for again banding together to try and ruin the sport. If that’s your combined intent, your combined goal, you are really doing a helluva a great job!
June 30th, 2008
Did Richard Gasquet really just blow it serving for the match, up two sets and 5-4 on Andy Murray in the third? Ah, yes he did. What a stunner.
June 29th, 2008
Pretty nice line-up we have at Wimbledon on Monday with the entire fourth round – men’s and women’s – scheduled. If you could have only one single ticket in tennis you could make a case this is the day to have it.
June 25th, 2008
o much for that Novak Djokovic v. Roger Federer meeting. Marat Safin did what I didn’t think he was still capable of doing, that is taking out a big name in a big tournament.