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  1. Robson and Janowicz made people notice

    Peter Bodo

    Choosing the "rookie" or "newcomer" of the year in tennis is a dodgy business because both WTA and ATP pros test the pro waters at very early ages thanks to things such as wild cards, cradle-to-grave professionalism and a the tradition that brings Op...

    Blog | December 06, 2012
  2. Robson and Janowicz made people notice

    Peter Bodo

    Laura Robson and Jerzy Janowicz made huge jumps in the rankings, and with contrasting styles, they're both poised to make a lot noise for many years to come, Peter Bodo writes.

    Blog | Conversation | December 06, 2012
  3. Let's make it an exhibition

    Peter Bodo

    The other day, I speculated in print about who might get the two wild cards in the eight-player field of the upcoming WTA "Tournament of Champions" in Sofia, Bulgaria, unaware that the berths already had been doled out. My bad for missing that not-s...

    Blog | October 12, 2012
  4. Tournament of Champions is losing credibility

    Peter Bodo

    By handing a wild card entry to a player who hasn't won a tournament this year based only on her hometown appeal, the WTA is shooting the year-end Tournament of Champions' credibility in the foot, Peter Bodo writes.

    Blog | Conversation | October 12, 2012
  5. Young's profane message to USTA unfair

    Peter Bodo

    It was the tweet heard round the tennis world -- at least the part that lies within the United States. After losing a match for a wild card into the French Open to countryman Tim Smyczek on Friday, Donald Young Jr. posted what has been called an "exp...

    Blog | April 25, 2011