Category: Tennis

John Isner Survives

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Whatever, I typically put in more than 11 hours of work - straight and in one day! In all honesty, it takes something monumental to make the sports world turn away from the World Cup and look at another event - especially one that is only attended by 738 people. 25 ...

Pete Sampras Insists He Has No Beef With Andre Agassi

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Even though Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras insist that their awkward moment at a charity tennis event in Haiti is a thing of the past, I'm not convinced that more sparks won't fly when the two American tennis icons cross paths again in the future.  In case you missed what ...

Andre Agassi: “I’ve had the opportunity to be angry and disappointed at myself for a long time and so I’ll just give people a chance to absorb it and to understand it within the body of work which is my life.”

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Unless you've been living under a rock this past few weeks, you've certainly heard about the stir in the tennis world caused by Andre Agassi's new, tell-all autobiography titled 'Open'. In the book, Agassi discusses his upbringing and how he was molded in to a tennis prodigy by his over-bearing ...

Serena Williams Is A Busy Woman

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

When many tennis fans think of Serena Williams, they think of the term, 'Untapped potential.'  The younger Williams sister has a lot of other interests including: the beach, acting, and writing.  This article surmises the differences between the two sisters and how Serena could have had a much more storied ...

What Happened To All The Good American Men’s Tennis Players

Friday, March 27th, 2009

I used to love to watch tennis as a kid.  I used to go watch it live at the US Pro Indoor in Philadelphia every year.  The best players in men's tennis always included a few Americans.  John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors were great personalities and even better tennis players.  They ...

Memo to Mr. Federer: It’s Not Just Baseball, There’s No Crying In Tennis Either

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

In case you were too busy doing something better else and didn't catch yet another epic 5-set match between the world's top two ranked tennis players - Rafael Nadal (#1) and Roger Federer (#2) - here's a clip of the post-match speeches by both players. Nadal won 7-5, 3-6, 7-6, ...

Jim Courier Talks Tennis

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

Former Grand Slam Champion and American tennis icon Jim Courier talks about his illustrious career, as well as about what he thinks of today's game. A rare interview on SRI from one of the game's most talkative players. [caption id="attachment_1058" align="alignnone" width="237" caption="Sweet shorts Jim."][/caption] Listen here to Courier on KGME