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  1. A lesson tennis can take from the Olympics

    Ed McGrogan

    Three weeks ago, Noelle Pikus-Pace and John Daly -- the skeleton racer, not the golfer -- were relative unknowns. They are now household names in the United States thanks to their performances in Sochi, Russia, and their sport helps represent the max...

    Blog | February 26, 2014
  2. Tennis - Time to push the panic button on Rafael Nadal

    Greg Garber

    It's tough to say for sure, but is this the sad beginning to a career on the decline for Rafael Nadal?

    Story | Conversation | August 15, 2012
  3. Wimbledon - A wild and wacky first week

    Howard Bryant

    Rafa is home, Rufus is missing and Serena is struggling. And that's only a small sample of a bizarre week.

    Story | Conversation | June 30, 2012
  4. The trouble with trouble

    Howard Bryant,

    PARIS -- With upsets having been the norm during the first half of the fortnight in Paris, the French Open has taken on a March Madness sort of motif: a favorite wobbles. The pressure mounts and the upset alert buzzes throughout the draw. In her firs...

    Blog | June 02, 2012
  5. Tennis - A lot on the line for Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka

    Greg Garber

    One year ago, Novak Djokovic waltzed into Indian Wells and dominated everyone in his way. Not much has changed.

    Story | Conversation | March 06, 2012
  6. Appreciate expediency of Clijsters' comeback

    Abigail Lorge,

    It has been reported that March Madness costs U.S. employers billions of dollars every spring, with workers agonizing over brackets for the office pool and sneaking off for long lunches consisting of beer, nachos and West Virginia versus Dayton. If t...

    Blog | December 10, 2009
  7. Appreciate expediency of Kim Clijsters' comeback

    Abigail Lorge,

    Let's stop referring to Kim Clijsters' pregnancy as an affliction. An elite-level athlete, her success should come as little surprise.

    Blog | Conversation | December 10, 2009
  8. March madness, coast to coast

    James Martin,

    As you prepare for your office's NCAA Tournament pool next week, you might remind your co-workers (you know, the ones who wouldn't know Andy Roddick from Andy Dick) that college basketball doesn't have a monopoly on March Madness. The month also belo...

    Blog | Conversation | March 07, 2007
  9. Tennis' version of March Madness

    Matt Wilansky

    The tennis season is much deeper than the four Grand Slam events. The Masters Series is upon us, and success here can shape a player's entire season.

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2007
  10. New Year's wishes: From Federer to Barbaro

    Gene Wojciechowski

    Wishes for the New Year include a pink slip for Isiah Thomas, a hot mare for Barbaro and a rival for Roger Federer.

    Story | Conversation | December 27, 2006
  11. March Madness in tennis as well

    Tennis is in the middle of its own March Madness. Rafael Nadal is chasing down Roger Federer and Amelie Mauresmo is on the verge of taking over the world No. 1 ranking.

    Story | Conversation | March 02, 2006
  12. SEC women's tennis fall preview

    SEC Staff

    Looking at the 14 SEC women's tennis programs as they open the fall season.

    Story | Conversation | September 12, 2014
  13. Ain't gonna happen at the French Open

    Peter Bodo

    Grand Slam events never go as expected; we all know that. Your odds of predicting all the brackets might be slightly better than those you faced filling in your NCAA basketball tournament bracket with a trembling hand (it was visions of Warren Buffet...

    Blog | May 23, 2014
  14. Tennis - Serena Williams barely avoids upset bug at Sony Open

    Greg Garber

    The top seeds are falling -- and no we're not talking hoops. Serena Williams almost joined this dubious club.

    Story | Conversation | March 25, 2013
  15. Steve Johnson, Jana Juricova win NCAA tennis singles titles

    Southern California's Steve Johnson and California's Jana Juricova have been ranked near the top of the individual rankings all year and both entered the NCAA tournament as the top-ranked and top-seeded players.

    Story | Conversation | May 30, 2011
  16. What we learned at Sony Ericsson Open

    Greg Garber

    Kim Clijsters scampered to the Sony Ericsson Open title, while Andy Roddick proved he can walk the fine line between risk and reward. But it wasn't a stroll in the park for everyone in Miami.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2010