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Novak Djokovic – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Forgive me if I am making Djokovic out as the second coming of Crocodile Dundee. Read More »

Wimbledon 2012: Roger Is High On Grass

It was the only surface on which Djokovic never defeated him. Score one for Federer before he even stepped onto the court. Read More »

Wimbledon 2012: Andy Roddick – The Greatest Tennis Player That Never Was

After this last match Roddick sort of told the press that he could be done. Read More »

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 »

Who Will Embrace TEE IT FORWARD?

From July 5-17, across the U.S., all golf courses are encouraged to introduce the idea of playing forward tees (shorter distances). Read More »

Tennis Tips: What You Can Learn From The Pros

The magic keys to winning tennis. 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 »

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 »