TENNIS.com Podcast: Sascha Bajin on working with Grand Slam champions
“Getting paid playing with Serena Williams on a daily basis, I don’t care if it’s in Palm Beach Gardens or a stadium, it doesn’t get much than that.” Subscribe: | Sascha Bajin joined the TENNIS.com Podcast with Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi while he was in New York for the US Open.... Read more
Doi, Hibino set up rare all-Japanese WTA final in Hiroshima
HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Misaki Doi upset second-seeded Veronika Kudermetova 6-4, 6-3 Saturday to set up a rare all-Japanese final at the Japan Women’s Open. Nao Hibino moved into her fifth career WTA singles final after rallying to beat Mihaela Buzarnescu 4-6, 6-0, 6-3 in the other semifinal. It’s... Read more
At the US Open, wheelchair tennis takes center stage
The US Open is more than just singles, doubles and juniors. The wheelchair and quad tournaments showcase some of the most dedicated players in the sport, with stories as incredible as their shotmaking. These events are the focus of this story; to learn more about wheelchair tennis, head to... Read more
Dana Mathewson, wheelchair pro, is more than an inspirational story
The US Open is more than just singles, doubles and juniors. The wheelchair and quad tournaments showcase some of the most dedicated players in the sport, with stories as incredible as their shotmaking. Today, we're focusing on Dana Mathewson, a wild card into this year's US Open and an... Read more
TENNIS.com Podcast: Oudin on the 10-year anniversary of US Open run
“This is the hand I was dealt. How many people can say they have made the quarterfinals of the US Open? And to have that kind of run, and people cheering for me, and the whole believe thing, and inspiring a lot of people: I couldn’t have asked for anything... Read more
TENNIS.com Podcast: Tournament director Joe Ceriello on the Bronx Open
"We are the largest youth tennis and education nonprofit in the nation. That's our daily work. Now the NYJTL Bronx Open is the ultimate aspirational event for our kids." This week's TENNIS.com Podcast episode features NYJTL Bronx Open tournament director Joe Ceriello, alongside podcast co-hosts Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi.  Across... Read more
2009 champ del Potro out of US Open because of right knee
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — Juan Martin del Potro, the 2009 champion, has withdrawn from the U.S. Open because he is still recovering from surgery on his right knee. The 12th-ranked del Potro fractured his kneecap for the second time in less than a year while playing at grass-court... Read more
Three-time Grand Slam doubles winner Peter McNamara dies at 64
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Peter McNamara, who won three Grand Slam doubles titles with fellow Australian Paul McNamee and reached a career-high No. 7 in singles, has died. He was 64. His death at his home in Germany from prostate cancer was confirmed by David Law, a family friend... Read more
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TENNIS.com Podcast: Gigi Fernandez on transitioning to the real world
"Back then, 33 seemed like I was ancient. I did not know what I was going to do and it was a really difficult transition. I struggled a lot for a lot of years trying to do different things that were not in the tennis world. Finally, I just decided... Read more