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  1. Locker Room Report: Can Querrey's game take root on Wimbledon's g...

    Bonnie D. Ford

    In one of the season's more remarkable bounce-backs, Sam Querrey capered through the draw at Queen's Club to win his first-ever grass-court championship. The traditional Wimbledon tuneup was the American's first event since he nose-dived in the first round of the French Open.

    Story | Conversation | June 17, 2010
  2. Bonnie D. Ford: Mario Ancic to address Harvard Law School

    Bonnie D. Ford

    What could pose a bigger thrill for Mario Ancic than strolling onto Wimbledon's Centre Court? Try addressing a Harvard Law School class on hot-button issues like doping and gambling.

    Story | Conversation | March 18, 2009
  3. Bonnie D. Ford: Top 10 story lines of 2009

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Venus, Serena and Fed, oh my! In selecting tennis's top story lines of 2009, Bonnie D. Ford pinpoints the usual suspects -- and discovers some new ones.

    Story | Conversation | January 06, 2009
  4. Astute Ancic hoping to halt Federer's Wimbledon run -- again

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Since Mario Ancic shocked Roger Federer six years ago at the All England Club, their careers have gone in diametrically opposite directions. But a more astute Ancic is confident that lightning can strike again when the two meet in the Wimbledon quarterfinals.

    Story | Conversation | July 01, 2008
  5. Tipsarevic, Kudryavtseva turning heads with play and rhetoric

    Bonnie D. Ford

    From a stealth Serb's coming-out party to a rhapsodic Russian's spunk, it's been a roller-coaster ride at Wimbledon.

    Story | Conversation | June 28, 2008
  6. Nadal the lead warrior in Spanish surge on grass

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Led by Rafael Nadal, the Spanish contingent is no longer too intimidated to take its chances on the lawns of England.

    Story | Conversation | June 27, 2008
  7. Pressure to win too much for Roddick at Wimbledon

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Andy Roddick's unabashed passion to win turned out to be his endgame. So desperate to capture the Wimbledon title, he simply choked away his second-round encounter versus Janko Tipsarevic.

    Story | Conversation | June 26, 2008
  8. Affection for Wimbledon unlike anything else

    Bonnie D. Ford

    There's a time in everyone's life when tennis is no longer a viable option. But it's the intimate bond with Wimbledon that makes the farewell such an emotional experience.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2008
  9. Players sporting their latest Wimbledon fashions

    Bonnie D. Ford

    From Roger Federer's cardigan to Serena Williams' mini-trench coat, the '08 Wimbledon fashions are causing a stir.

    SpecialFeature | June 24, 2008
  10. Mixed day for Americans at Wimbledon

    Bonnie D. Ford

    It's been an average first couple of days for the Americans at Wimbledon. Lindsay Davenport and Andy Roddick won, while big-serving Mardy Fish had a day to forget.

    SpecialFeature | June 24, 2008
  11. Sour day for Ginepri, American contingent at Wimbledon

    Bonnie D. Ford

    The last U.S. man standing at the French Open, Robby Ginepri, was one of four American men sent packing on Day 1 at Wimbledon.

    SpecialFeature | June 23, 2008
  12. Unfulfilled season has Federer dynasty in jeopardy

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Five-time defending Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has been mired in a season of unfulfilled expectations. But how he responds in England this year will shed light on whether this is truly the beginning of the end.

    Story | Conversation | June 18, 2008
  13. Big three looking to restore the game's health

    Bonnie D. Ford

    The men's big three, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, are seeking to ensure their voice is heard. Each is vying for a spot on the ATP Players Council to mitigate the players' increasing discontent with their leadership.

    SpecialFeature | June 17, 2008
  14. Guilty or innocent, awful way for Hingis to bow out

    Bonnie D. Ford

    She denies ever using drugs and maintains her innocence, but Martina Hingis has become the latest in a growing list of professional athletes who have left their sports under a very dark cloud of suspicion.

    Story | Conversation | October 31, 2007
  15. Banned substance wasn't taken to enhance performance

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Marcelo Melo took a banned substance and got caught. However, he wasn't using the substance as a performance enhancer, so Melo's suspension has been greatly reduced.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2007
  16. Murray ready to shoulder the load by himself

    Bonnie D. Ford

    With Tim Henman's pending retirement, Andy Murray will be shouldering the tennis load for Great Britain in the coming years. And that's OK with Murray, writes Bonnie D. Ford.

    Story | Conversation | August 27, 2007