Archive for the 'Year End' Category
November 10th, 2015
Your 2015 WTA Top 10 Plus Year-End Rankings Statistics
Some stats about the year-end WTA Rankings.
Posted by Tom Gainey @ 10:31 am in 2015 Season, WTA, Year End | 20 Comments »
December 7th, 2014
Top Finishers in Tennis-X 2014 Year-end Top 10 Picks Contest
In the you’re-the-ones-who-threw-it-out-there dept., here’s our Crystal Ball Awards from those that offered commentary with their picks:
Posted by Staff @ 10:30 am in Contests, Year End | 20 Comments »
December 21st, 2013
2014 Tennis-X Year-end Top 10 Contest — Enter Now!
You think you have the right stuff? Rafa will be No. 1 again — or crash out the Top 10 when both kneecaps explode? Roger returns to No. 1? Or drops out of the Top 10 altogether? Boris Becker turns Novak into a serve-and-volleyer on clay to take No. 1 in 2014? Better chance of that, or another Becker illegitimate kid surfacing? But that’s another contest.
Posted by Staff @ 6:02 pm in 2014 Season, ATP, Contests, Year End, Year-End No. 1 | 83 Comments »
November 21st, 2009
Is Novak Djokovic Ready for a ATP Finals Repeat?
Sean Randall gives his pick for the 2009 ATP World Tour Finals.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 10:27 pm in ATP, London, Year End | 257 Comments »
November 18th, 2009
Murray Falls in Federer Group; Nadal with Novak at ATP World Finals
The groupings for the ATP Tennis Finals have been announced, find out who landed where.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 8:47 am in ATP, London, Year End | 341 Comments »
November 17th, 2009
Roddick Withdraws From London ATP Tennis Finals
Andy Roddick has been forced out of the upcoming year-end London ATP Finals event according to the London Times. ADHEREL “I am really disappointed to miss the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals,” Roddick said. “I love playing in London and I’ve heard so many good things about the venue. However, I have not fully recovered […]
Posted by Staff @ 2:00 pm in ATP, London, Year End | 22 Comments »
November 5th, 2007
In 2006, Justine Henin, Amelie Mauresmo and Maria Sharapova were all considered favorites to win the year-end Sony Ericsson WTA Championships. Kim Clijsters was in the mix too.
Posted by Abe Kuijl @ 4:34 pm in WTA, Year End | 15 Comments »
November 5th, 2007
Weekly Pro Tennis Top 5: Nalbandian Repeats, Catching Betting Cheats
The Top 5 happenings in pro tennis heading into the week of Nov. 5, 2007.
Posted by Richard Vach @ 12:45 am in ATP, Gambling, Lindsay Davenport, Tennis Masters Cup, WTA Tour, Year End | 13 Comments »
September 17th, 2007
Bali-hoo for WTA Tour Season-ending Championships: The Biggest Losers
There’s a method to the seeming madness in the WTA Tour announcing a second season-ending tournament to start in 2009 in Bali, Indonesia.
Posted by Richard Vach @ 10:06 pm in ATP, Etienne de Villiers, Larry Scott, Schedule, Tennis on TV, WTA, WTA Tour, Year End | 5 Comments »
December 21st, 2006
SI’s Best Looking Athletes: Snubbing Federer… Again
I’m really unclear what Sports Illustrated has against the World’s Number 1 male tennis player, but they seem to really have it bad. For details on their snub of Roger Federer as Sportsman of the Year, check out my blogging buddy Sean Randall’s most excellent post, Federer Snubbed, Wade Wins SI Sportsman of the Year, […]
Posted by Lynn Berenbaum @ 5:11 pm in Year End | 36 Comments »
October 10th, 2006
Fixing Women’s Tennis, One Pothole at a Time
At its best, the women’s game can lay claim to a field of 8 players, each of whom are entirely capable of winning the Year-end Championships: Amelie Mauresmo, Justine Henin-Hardenne, Kim Clijsters, Maria Sharapova, Svetlana Kuznetsova, newly un-retired Martina Hingis, Nadia Petrova, and Elena Dementieva. One would think that this kind of variation would lend […]
Posted by Lynn Berenbaum @ 11:10 pm in WTA, Year End | 19 Comments »
January 2nd, 2006
Happy New Year to all. May your 2006 be healthy, successful and of course, full of tennis.
Tennis is one of those rare sports which basically begins with the New Year. Unfortunately for the pros, the year ends in November, and for some in December making the off season a bit on the short side.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 5:15 pm in ATP, WTA, Year End | Comments Off on What Off Season?
December 15th, 2005
Here’s a good goof in case yout missed it.
Last week after 16-year-old boy wonder Donald Young won the Orange Bown junior event, the USTA rushed out a press release announcing him the 2005 Year-End Junior No. 1, just barely edging out the second-ranked Croat Marin Cilic.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 1:15 am in Year End | Comments Off on Donald Not Yet No. 1 Afterall
November 20th, 2005
A big congrats go out to our two year-end champions, Amelie Mauresmo and David Nalbandian.
Both players are well noted for having never won the big one – well, they still haven’t – but they did manage to win the next biggest thing in their sports, the year-end championships. And both did it in similar fashion overcoming a large deficit to claim victory in the finale.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 5:09 pm in Year End | Comments Off on Hats Off
November 14th, 2005
How do you spell U-G-L-Y. How about T-M-C. Talk about a faint finish, the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai just got the news this morning that both Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal have pulled out. Ouch! Replacing the two stars are Mariano Puerta and Fernando Gonzalez which makes the remaining 2005 field about as exiciting […]
Posted by Sean Randall @ 1:23 pm in Year End | Comments Off on Where are the Masters?