Wozniacki at kids clinic in Tokyo

It’s nice to see the WTA stars getting involved in Mini Tennis… Courtesy of the WTA

Charles Perrin debates Murray’s future

    By Charles Perrin Andy Murray: Why it’s not just his attitude he needs to kick into touch in order to achieve Grand Slam dream Tennis fans have had a ...

Sharapova and Wozniacki qualify

Maria Sharapova & Caroline Wozniacki are the first singles players to qualify for the TEB BNP Paribas WTA Championships in Istanbul! Check out the WTA’s congratulatory videos here:    

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What is Sjogren’s Syndrome?

By Alasdair Jones Most of you will now have heard of a ...

Interview with Ed Tseng

By Jason Lampione “Do you have trouble with…PERFORMING UNDER PRESSURE, FOCUS, CONFIDENCE, ...

Interview with former pro Ryler DeHeart

By Jason Lampione Ryler DeHeart was born on March 1st, 1984 in Kauai, ...

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By Editor, Melina Harris Former world number one, Roger Federer, defeated No.27 seed, Marin Cilic of Croatia 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 on Saturday to cruise into the fourth round of the US Open. It took Federer, two hours and 40 minutes, 31 winners and six aces to overcome the Croatian on the atmospheric Arthur Ashe Stadium. The […]

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Venus Williams pulls out of US Open

By Editor, Melina Harris Venus Williams has vowed to return to tennis, despite withdrawing from the US Open because of an auto-immune disease. Williams revealed the heart-breaking news that she has Sjogren’s syndrome, which can cause fatigue and joint pain, after pulling out of her second-round match. The popular seven-times grand slam champion said she has had problems […]

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Mardy Fish helps break World Record

Here’s some fantastic footage from Friday’s Guinness World Record title for the most people bouncing tennis balls on tennis racquets in one location. A total of 658 New York area kids along with their chaperones and led by Andrea Petkovic & ATP World Tour star Mardy Fish broke the record. Didn’t we all start this way? […]

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Sharapova stars in new WTA video

This new “Strong is Beautiful” Short Film is the culmination of photographer and filmmaker Dewey Nicks’ year-long project for the WTA’s new advertising campaign. This dazzling short features a split-screen rally between the likes of Serena Williams,Maria Sharapova as well as current world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki. It draws upon their athleticism and grace and is a […]

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US Open: Nole strolls, Niland stumbles

By Sylvia Power At around 8 o’ clock Irish time, when tennis fans over Ireland were settling down to watch the much anticipated match with Limerick man Conor Niland taking on a true beast of the game and current world number one, Novak Djokovic, our hopes were that Niland would at least win three games (we are an optimistic bunch).  […]

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How to beat Novak Djokovic

As Ireland’s Conor Niland awaits his first round match with the formidable, Novak Djokovic, blogger, Omes Tennis thinks she might just have the formula to beat him. To reiterate that Novak Djokovic has had one of the most fantastic seasons in the history of men’s tennis is as useful as declaring the sun shines. So I’m […]

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Ireland’s Conor Niland to face Djokovic

By Editor. Melina Harris At 29, Ireland’s Conor Niland must have thought his days of playing the world’s top players were over. But, after winning his three qualifying matches at the US Open this weekend, he will face none other than the ATP’s golden boy, and world number one, Novak Djokovic on one of the most […]

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Review of the US Open draw

By Omes Tennis Having listened to the confusion that was the 2011 US Open draw on a barely functional usopen.org radio (who had the temerity to switch back to the studio just when Rafa, who was on hand to help with the ladies’ draw was about to be interviewed) whilst also being ill, I needed a few to […]

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Lisicki and Hantuchova serving blind!

Check out this funny video of Sabine Lisicki and Daniela Hantuchova courtesy of the WTA which proves why you need to ‘WATCH THE BALL ONTO THE STRINGS!’ It isn’t something us coaches say just to fill the air space!

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Can anyone stop the Djokovic express?

Charles Perrin is an NCTJ Qualified Journalist and PTR Qualified Tennis coach who writes for the Daily Express Online. Reaching the summit of any sport makes you a marked man, but in the world of tennis, one player has not been hunted down to date. Bar a semi-final loss against Roger Federer in the French Open, Novak […]

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