• 2018 Australian Open

    Australian Open: No Andy Murray Means The Men’s Field Will Come Down To The Big ...

    We know now that Andy Murray is out until Wimbledon. This leaves a spot in the men’s top-four available. We’ve got Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic, all vying for the Australian Open title, but what if none of them come out victorious? The names in the men’s draw ...
  • What’s Next For Novak Djokovic?

    Novak Djokovic is on the downside of his illustrious career. After winning 12 majors, the Serbian tennis star has been playing some rough tennis as of late. Could his dominance of the men’s tennis field be in jeopardy? Normally one significant loss isn’t going to detail your career. However, after ...
  • Who’s Going to Replace Serena Williams?

    With Serena Williams announcing her pregnancy, the women’s field for the upcoming majors is wide open. Who’s going to step up in her absence and dominate the field? Caroline Wozniacki- One of Serena’s closest friends, Woz should definitely be considered a contender for Serena’s crown. Currently ranked 11th in the ...
  • Rafael Nadal Appears Ready To Capture His 10th French Open Title

    Can Rafael Nadal win his 10th French Open title? While the tournament doesn’t start until late May, many are predicting a strong showing by the Spaniard. Judging by his play this year, he won’t disappoint. Everyone left Nadal for dead going into the 2017 year. Regardless of winning a gold ...
  • Can Roger Federer Keep Up His Winning Ways?

    Roger Federer is one of the all-time greats in the sport of tennis. With his recent win at the Australian Open, Federer has reinvigorated his career. The question is, does he have one good run left in him? One of the most dominant athletes of his time, Federer ran through ...
  • Marin Cilic: The Best Is Yet To Come

        This year’s U.S. Open matches were as exciting as any, but the men’s final unfortunately, didn’t live up to those high standards, unless you’re a Marin Cilic fan. Cilic dominated Kei Nishikori in the final, beating him 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. It was the first Grand Slam title for ...
  • Sports: Is 15-Year-Old Catherine Bellis The New “It” Girl In Tennis?

      Regardless of the outcome of the U.S. Open, the play of Catherine “Cici” Bellis will be talked about for a long time. Bellis is a 15-year-old amateur that earned a wild-card berth at the U.S. Open by winning the USTA Girls 18’s National Championship, becoming the youngest to do ...