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  1. Taylor Townsend has high hopes for Paris

    Sandra Harwitt

    PARIS -- When Taylor Townsend started the year, she was a fresh-faced 15-year-old ranked No. 25 in the ITF's world junior rankings. Less than five months later, Townsend is still fresh-faced, but now 16. And as the No. 1 junior girl in the world, ...

    Blog | May 29, 2012
  2. Taylor Townsend takes two Aussie trophies

    Sandra Harwitt

    MELBOURNE, Australia -- American teen Taylor Townsend found that Australia is her kind of place. Except, that is, for one aspect of life that the newly minted Australian Open champion hasn't found quite palatable. "It's nasty," she said, of Vegem...

    Blog | January 28, 2012
  3. Taylor Townsend rising up the rankings

    Sandra Harwitt

    When she was 14, Taylor Townsend's life wasn't really all that different from that of any other high school freshman. With a mix of anxiety and excitement, she was just settling in at Charles Drew (Riverdale, Ga.), where her father, Gary, is the prin...

    Blog | January 16, 2012
  4. Dolehide serves up her favorite songs

    Each weekday, ESPN RISE brings you five vital stats from athletes across the country. On Thursday, we catch up with Courtney Dolehide.

    Story | Conversation | September 30, 2008
  5. A Tough Racket

    Chad Konecky

    Top tennis prospects must often choose between their high school team and the USTA national circuit, based on what they want to get out of their sport. But some teens, like Thayer Academy (Mass.) senior Julie Rotundi, have enjoyed the best of both worlds.

    AssociateStory | June 02, 2000