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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
It is very hard to get involved in football or other team sports later in life, but there are many great opportunities available, even to those who have never excelled in sport. Tennis is a great choice. […]
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.
Tennis fans who will be enjoying their 2015 Australian Open experience via the ESPN family of networks can get ready for steady diet of the famous (infamous?) Melbourne commercial. It is literally aired during every commercial break. […]
The 2015 Grand Slam season will be remembered for bookend stunners. This year’s borderline hard-to-believe results beg the question: is a new era upon us or will the Big 4 restore order to the Grand Slam proceedings in 2015? […]