Roger Federer Faces Golden Opportunity at U.S. Open

With defending champion Rafael Nadal announcing Monday that he was withdrawing from the 2014 U.S. Open due to a wrist injury, Roger Federer now appears to have his best shot at winning a Grand Slam title since his Wimbledon triumph in 2012.

Is Federer making last stand at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals?

The great one, Roger Federer, may be making his last appearance in the ATP World Tour Finals. The end of the year round-robin event is by invitation only to the best top eight players of the year.

2013 French Open preview and TV information

Summer is nearly upon us, which means it’s time to turn our attention to the red clay of Paris and the second major of the 2013 tennis season. The 2013 French Open begins on Sunday, and Rafael Nadal will be there to defend his title. A knee injury kept Nadal out of the last two […]

2012 U.S. Open (Tennis) Preview and Television Schedule

Before summer gives way to the fall sports season, there is still one great summer sporting event on the calendar: the U.S. Open. Here is a look at what is in store for the next two weeks at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, New York.

Dead Man’s Bet That Roger Federer Would Win 7 Wimbledon Titles Nets £101,840 For Oxfam

Nine years ago British tennis fan Nick Newlife wagered £1,520 (that’s pounds) at 66-1 odds that then 21-year-old Roger Federer, who had just won his first Wimbledon title, would win at least seven Wimbledon titles by 2019. Yesterday, Federer won his 7th Wimbledon title.

Novak Djokovic Is The Most Dominant Athlete In The World

On Sunday, World #1 Novak Djokovic outlasted world #2 Rafael Nadal to win the Australian Open in the longest Grand Slam final in history. The win gave Djokovic his third consecutive slam and fourth in five tries, making him the most dominant athlete in the world right now.

Before crowning Roger Federer or Rafel Nadal the GOAT, remember the greatness of Jimmy Connors

The tennis GOAT conversation doesn’t start and end with Federer and Nadal. It’s quite possible that the best tennis player ever isn’t from Switzerland or Spain, but from Illinois, right across the river from St. Louis. That’s where James Scott Connors was born in 1952.

Andy Roddick Earns Respect, Pride of Tennis Nation Despite Wimbledon Loss to Roger Federer

Andy Roddick lost one of the greatest matches in tennis history Sunday to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final. Despite the loss, Roddick earned the respect of tennis fans everywhere for the heart he displayed until the end.

Wimbledon Betting Preview: Hobbled Nadal Still #1 Seed but Not Favorite

The Wimbledon betting community isn’t sure what to make of Rafael Nadal at this point. He is slated to be the No. 1 seed at Wimbledon and he is the defending champ, so he has to be taken seriously. At the same time, he just isn’t healthy right now.