USTA to decide on US Open by June with no spectators ‘highly unlikely’

A decision on whether to postpone or cancel the US Open because of the coronavirus pandemic is expected by June, the US Tennis Association’s new CEO said Thursday, calling the prospect of holding the grand slam tournament without spectators “highly unlikely”. “Obviously our ambition is to run the tournament. It’s the engine that drives our [see more]

Wimbledon Cancelled

Wimbledon has decided to cancel the 2020 tournament and will announce it this week, a German Tennis Federation official reports.

French Open postponed until September

French Tennis Federation contemplates rescheduling

GOAT – Who’s Your Pick?

Let’s talk GOAT. You know, who’s the greatest of all time in the men’s game and how, just how do you measure that? For many people it’s down to how many Grand Slam titles you hold and surely there’s an argument for that. Some might think it’s the person that’s won the true Grand Slam, [see more]

Federer comes up short against Djokovic

Roger Federer took the long view on Thursday despite coming up short in his bid to reach an eighth Australian Open final. The 38-year-old Swiss lost to Novak Djokovic 7-6(1), 6-4, 6-3 as the Serbian improved to 8-0 in Melbourne semi-finals. But Federer still leaves Melbourne Park feeling positive about his first tournament of the year and what lies ahead [see more]

Muguruza halts Halep to make first Australian Open final

MELBOURNE, Australia — In a battle between two-time Grand Slam champions and former World No.1 players, Garbiñe Muguruza continued her return to her peak form with a 7-6(8), 7-5 semifinal upset of No.4 seed Simona Halep of Romania, advancing to the fourth Grand Slam final of her career — and her first at the Australian Open. [see more]

Statistics from the Roland Garros Stringing Service

Have you ever wondered how many racquets are strung at the French Open? How many miles of string is used? Follow this link HERE for some fun facts from Paris 0

Nadal wins 12th French Open title

With the trophy on the line and all to play for, Rafael Nadal produced a masterful display to reign at Roland Garros for the 12th time. The Spaniard overcame a determined effort from Dominic Thiem to prevail 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 on Sunday afternoon in Paris. The years may change, but Nadal’s stranglehold on the [see more]