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  1. Can't be thankful for everything

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    We can't be thankful for everything, right? So sailing fully against the spirit of the holiday, here are five things I didn't appreciate from the soon-to-be-concluded tennis season. 1. Serena Williams' foot: As strange as the story of...

    Blog | November 24, 2010
  2. Tennis: WTA Tour still searching for a solution

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    The WTA Tour just can't win. Even with the around-the-clock seasons of yore behind us, the players still pull up lame. So now what?

    Blog | Conversation | October 26, 2010
  3. Tennis: Injuries still run rampant on WTA Tour

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Even with a healthier calendar, the top players on the WTA Tour continue to drop like flies. Perhaps the overarching issue is more than a breakdown of human anatomy.

    Blog | Conversation | October 14, 2010
  4. Tennis: Caroline Wozniacki deserving of No. 1 ranking?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    If Caroline Wozniacki bags the top ranking, will it underscore all that's dysfunctional about the ranking's system or amplify the Dane's competitive nature?

    Blog | Conversation | October 01, 2010
  5. Why Serena isn't the greatest ever ... yet

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    "Serena Williams: Love Her, Hate Her, She's the Best Ever." That's the line that greeted us on last week's post-Wimbledon issue of Sports Illustrated. It was a surprise in one sense. Serena, despite her continued dominance, has yet to...

    Blog | July 15, 2010
  6. Why Serena Williams isn't the greatest of all time just yet

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    "Serena Williams: Love Her, Hate Her, She's the Best Ever." That's the line that greeted us on last week's post-Wimbledon issue of Sports Illustrated. It was a surprise in one sense. Serena, despite her continued dominance, has yet to match the care...

    Blog | Conversation | July 15, 2010
  7. Can the WTA solve injury woes?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    The WTA's Roadmap was implemented to keep the game's brightest stars healthy and active. However, after a season beset by injuries, it appears there are a few bumps in the road.

    Blog | Conversation | April 21, 2010
  8. Did the Belgians get it right?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    This is getting confusing. We've just spent two years hearing that Venus and Serena Williams did it the right way all along. They took time off, developed off-court interests and played only when they were healthy. The result was that even as tw...

    Blog | September 22, 2009
  9. Did the Belgians get it right?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Say what you want about the waffling mind of Justine Henin. But she'll find on-court success again -- whether it's sooner or later.

    Blog | Conversation | September 22, 2009
  10. Tennis without the Williamses, for better and worse

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Every year since they were booed so heavily in 2001, we've wondered whether the Williams sisters will return to Indian Wells. It had seemed to be a dead issue until the tour's new Roadmap 2009 was announced. In it, the event had been made into a mand...

    Blog | Conversation | March 11, 2009
  11. At 26, Serena at crossroads

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Serena Williams turned 26 on Wednesday. Are you shocked that she's reached such an advanced tennis age already? On the one hand, it's hardly surprising, because Serena seems to have been around the game forever, either dominating it or looming over i...

    Blog | Conversation | September 26, 2007
  12. Clay: The real tennis?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Many compelling stories have cropped up during the French Open. There's the Roger and Rafa Show, the curiously meek effort by Serena Williams, and the Serbian Revolution. But is there a subtler change going on beneath the, ahem, surface on the men's ...

    Blog | Conversation | June 07, 2007
  13. Next great heiresses?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Where's the next great women's star? It's been a tough week for women's tennis. Most of the big names -- Mauresmo, Henin, Clijsters, and the Williams sisters -- took a pass on Indian Wells, one of the three most prestigious tournaments held in the ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 14, 2007