Opinion pieces.

Get in the game with the Tiger Mobiles Tennis Challenge

March 3, 2015 0

Starting at this year’s Australian Open, TigerMobiles.com launched an online, tennis-based prediction game for all four Grand Slams and the nine Masters 1000s. How does it work? Well, the rules should not be difficult for any tennis aficionado to understand. […]

What's up with all the tanking?

February 25, 2015 0

Whether it’s 3:18 a.m. or a relatively obscure doubles match in the early rounds of a Challenger, there is no reason for all the tanking that has been plaguing the tour of late. Here’s a recap of the recent absurdity. […]

Nobody beats Gilles Simon 13 times in a row

February 13, 2015 0

After learning that he would go up against Andy Murray in Friday’s ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament quarterfinals, Gilles Simon posted on Twitter that nobody will beat him 13 times in a row. Murray, of course, had defeated him on 12 consecutive occasions heading into this one. […]

Did Murray “melt down” in Australian Open final?

February 10, 2015 0

For British tennis fans, Andy Murray represents something of an unnerving enigma. Is he the world-class player that the media has built up, whose incredible returns, stamina and shot-making we occasionally see on our screens? Or is he another journeyman in the Tim Henman mold. […]

Berdych fills void of Murray feuds left by Del Potro and Federer

January 29, 2015 23

There is never a bad time to come up with an excuse for re-watching the epic Andy Murray vs. Juan Martin Del Potro feud at the 2008 Rome Masters, and now is an especially good time after Murray’s Australian Open quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych on Thursday invoked obvious memories. […]

Weekend wackos: Dimitrov, Isner go crazy in Melbourne

January 26, 2015 0

After John Isner lost to Gilles Muller during third-round action on Saturday, Grigor Dimitrov fell in a fourth-round four-setter to Andy Murray on Sunday. Before their respective exits, both men took their anger out on their rackets.

Australian Open seed report

January 15, 2015 0

We won’t know for sure until Friday’s Australian Open draw ceremony, but the current rankings–and accompanying tournament seedings–tell us what can and cannot happen in Melbourne. […]

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