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February 3rd, 2010

Tennis-X Notes: Hingis Comeback, Murray Making Adjustments

SITTING OUT — Rafael Nadal has been advised to sit out a month [or more] to settle the flaming tendinitis in his knee that forced him to retire during the Australian Open. Tests also showed a small tear at the back part of Nadal’s right knee, and shorts creeping up his ass.

Posted by Staff @ 11:41 pm in Tennis | 52 Comments »

January 11th, 2010

2010 Australian Open TV Schedule

The 2010 Australian Open will be televised in America on ESPN2 and the Tennis Channel.

Posted by Staff @ 5:33 pm in Australian Open, TV | 37 Comments »

December 31st, 2009

Abu Dhabi Day One, Ideas for Improving Your Tennis Commentary in 2010

Capitala World Tennis Championship: The 2010 tennis season is finally underway and even though two exhibition matches have been played, we already have a surprising result. David Ferrer beat Nikolay Davydenko 2-6 6-2 6-4 in Abu Dhabi to set up a meeting with compatriot Rafael Nadal. This is absolutely shocking to be because Ferrer was [...]

Posted by Ben Pronin @ 2:31 pm in 2010 Season, Tennis, TV | 67 Comments »

August 25th, 2009

2009 US Open TV Schedule

The 2009 US Open begins on Monday, August 31. If you can’t be there in person you have many options to watch the action from your own home.

Posted by Staff @ 2:29 pm in Tennis on TV, TV, US Open | 11 Comments »

March 4th, 2009

Live Blog Here During U.S. Davis Cup at Tennis-X

Watch the Tennis Channel with your laptop handy, and your browser pointed at as the U.S. Davis Cup team hosts Switzerland in Birmingham, Ala. The Friday, Saturday, and Sunday matches will be live, and Tennis-X will have one of its blog personalities blog-inating live from inside the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Arena amidst the 16,000 [...]

Posted by Staff @ 8:18 pm in Davis Cup, Tennis | 207 Comments »

May 12th, 2008

Your Comments: ESPN, Tennis Channel Get US Open Broadcast Rights

“This completes a five-year process of reinventing the television and digital landscape for the sport of tennis in North America,” said Arlen Kantarian, CEO Pro Tennis, USTA. “Tennis will now be prominently featured for eight straight weeks on ESPN — the premiere destination in sports; Tennis Channel — our sport’s namesake network; and CBS — our longtime network partner. This new partnership will provide more tennis, to more people, in more ways than ever before.”

Posted by Staff @ 12:16 pm in American tennis, TV | 15 Comments »

May 5th, 2008

Pete Sampras vs. Roger Federer: Behind the Scenes at the MSG Showdown

With apologies to Spike Lee, for the rest of the evening I had the best seat in the house. In the player guest lounge I caught all the action in brilliant high-definition on a couch with Ivan Lendl (one of seven hall of famers in attendance…with Roger a lock, make it eight) and former Top 10 player Tim Mayotte. Needless to say, we had our own commentary, plenty of stories and the banter between Ivan and Tim was not nearly as one-sided as Lendl’s 17-0 career record against Mayotte (and you thought Andy Roddick had it bad with Roger)!

Posted by Staff @ 11:35 am in Tennis | 5 Comments »

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