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Book Review: High Strung: Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, and The Untold Story of Tennis’s Fiercest Rivalry by Stephen Tignor

The author serves up an "ace" in this highly engaging retrospective of tennis’s “Golden Age.” Read More »

Your Number’s Up

With money too tight to mention, should the BBC really consider dropping Wimbledon or just cut back on the commentators? Read More »

A Sports Fan’s New Year’s Resolutions

I don't know how long I can keep these, but I can promise you I will make it until tomorrow. Read More »

Peevish and Butt-head

"Underpaid" snooker players, cheating cricketers and foolish administrators bring the world of sport into disrepute. Read More »

The Return of Mac Attack: John McEnroe Ignites Controversy as U.S. Open Begins

Once again John McEnroe, the former combustible tennis player and now analyst for CBS, has had a problem with his mouth. Read More »

Andy Murray: A Rage to Whinge

British tennis fans hold their breath as Andy Murray tries to sulk his way to Grand Slam glory. Read More »

Hell on Wheels

Uneasy riders: why bicycles on the sidewalks are a recipe for disaster. Read More »

Do Apologies Matter?

With the 24 hour news cycle, do apologies fall on deaf ears? Read More »

Nintendo Wii Review: Grand Slam Tennis

EA's opening volley is a pretty good one, but certainly far from perfect. Read More »

Nintendo Wii Review: Grand Slam Tennis with Wii MotionPlus

This Wii exclusive tennis game will make fans play for the love of the game while bringing novices new passions. Read More »