TENNIS.com Podcast: Pete Bodo on the state of tennis journalism
“What’s a little bit sad now really is that there’s pressure to produce a lot, there’s the pressure to produce almost on a 24-hour cycle, if you fall into it, certainly during the majors. And there’s less and less engagement and human interaction between the players.” Reporter and author Pete Bodo... Read more
Former pro player Andrea Gaudenzi to become ATP chairman in 2020
LONDON (AP) — Former tennis player-turned-businessman Andrea Gaudenzi will take over as chairman of the ATP next year. The Italian, who won three tour-level titles and reached a career-high ranking of 18th before retiring in 2003, will start the job on Jan. 1, replacing Chris Kermode. Gaudenzi says it... Read more
TENNIS.com Podcast: Nick McCarvel on covering the sport in new ways
"It's just that sort of natural approach that I've always had and, yeah, it's taken some fine-tuning. For the most part, it's just breaking down that fourth wall and letting the viewer feel like they're there with you." This week's TENNIS.com Podcast features reporter Nick McCarvel. He's got a... Read more
Hall of Famer Andrés Gimeno, oldest French Open champion, dies at 82
MADRID (AP) — Andrés Gimeno, the Spanish tennis player who became the oldest man to win the French Open in the professional era, has died. He was 82. The Spanish tennis federation says Gimeno died Wednesday following a long illness. Gimeno was 34 years and 301 days old when... Read more
WATCH: Federer and Nadal interview each other
        View this post on Instagram                   When teammates become inquisitors. @rogerfederer | @rafaelnadal | #TeamEurope | #LaverCup A post shared by Laver Cup (@lavercup) on Oct 1, 2019 at 4:17pm PDT When given the chance to interview... Read more
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