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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Can the WTA solve injury woes?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    In 2009 the WTA, after years of debate and struggle, finally shortened its season. Of course, since we're talking about tennis, "shorten" is a relative term. The women were offered a total of 14 more days off -- the offseason went from seven to ...

    Blog | April 21, 2010
  4. 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
  5. Who gains the most in the Peer story?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Which is the bigger tennis news out of the United Arab Emirates this week? That Shahar Peer of Israel, who was denied a visa into the country one year ago, is currently playing and winning in Dubai? Or that another, non-Israeli WTA player, Jelena Jan...

    Blog | February 16, 2010
  6. Who gains the most in the Shahar Peer story?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    First Israeli Shahar Peer broke down Dubai's borders, and now Jelena Jankovic is moving to this lavish city. It only reinforces the notion that money talks.

    Blog | Conversation | February 16, 2010