March 24th, 2013
Novak Djokovic continues to dominate in Miami upping his win streak there to 14 straight after Sunday’s windy win. Then he went to watch the Miami Heat!
March 18th, 2013
Defending champion Novak Djokovic leads the field at the 2013 Miami Masters, who’ll be the winner in two weeks?
March 12th, 2013
“I should have won easier,” said the outspoken Latvian, who was also a qualifier in his previous event at Delray Beach where he ran all the way to the title. “I played better than him the first set. I played better than him the whole match, I think. It’s just that the first match just mentally I destroyed myself, and that’s what happened.”
March 6th, 2013
Handicapping the Indian Wells field, will Djokovic continue to dominate or can someone stop the Serb for another “Desert Double”?
February 21st, 2013
American youngster Jack Sock scored his best career win stunning Milos Raonic indoors in Memphis.
February 18th, 2013
“Near the end she saved a match point with a good serve — that’s what you normally expect to get from Serena when she’s in trouble — a bullet,” Azarenka said. “But it wasn’t a big deal, really — I just had to keep my composure and make another opportunity and create another match point.”
February 17th, 2013
It’s Turn Back The Clock Day as 30-somethings Serena Williams, Catalina Castano, David Nalbandian, Tommy Haas And Juliean Benneteau bid for titles on Sunday.
February 16th, 2013
Men’s Notes: Among the seeds, Cilic makes his Memphis debut, and Nishikori and Verdasco have losing records at the event…wildcards went to Steve Johnson, James Blake, and Jack Sock (who starts against (2) Raonic)…Not a lot of floaters in the field, but (1) Cilic could face defending champ Melzer in the 2nd rd…Nine ATP No. 1s have won the Memphis title over the years…Notable pulls from the field are Kevin Anderson (elbow), Brian Baker (knee), and Mardy Fish (heart issue)…Bryan brothers are the top doubles seeds…Joining Melzer among the returning champs are Querrey (2010) and Haas (2007-06,’99).
February 3rd, 2013
Former world No. 1 Roger Federer does his annual skip-and-defend (skip the first round, hope your team wins), and now will have to play to keep Switzerland from falling out of the World Group later this year. Swiss Stan Wawrinka won the opening singles against Lukas Rosol, but it was all Czech from then on as Tomas Berdych took control of the tie, winning his first singles over Swiss Henri Laaksonen (?!?), the doubles with Rosol over Wawrinka-Marcos Chiudinelli 24-22 in the fifth set, then his second singles over Wawrinka in four sets. Thanks Rog, from the Swiss team, and the Czech team. The Czechs will next travel to Kazakhstan in the quarterfinals.
January 31st, 2013
Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic leads his Serbian team into Belgium this weekend for the first round of Davis Cup.