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The 50 Greatest Players of the Open Era (W): No. 9, Justine Henin

Henin made up for her lack of size with a Federer-esque sense of first-strike urgency. 

What's at Stake: Looking at the quality fields in Dubai and Delray

February marches on, to the beat of its own understated, underrated drum.

Roger Federer’s tactics have always been a match for his talent

How the 36-year-old reclaimed No. 1 in Rotterdam.

The 50 Greatest Players of the Open Era (M): No. 10, Jimmy Connors

With Jimbo, it was the blood and guts, rather than the glory, that mattered most.

The 50 Greatest Players of the Open Era (W): No. 10, Evonne Goolagong

Goolagong's style was so free-flowing that you were surprised to ever see her sweat.

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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim: Jake Elliott and Andrea Leand

First, tennis player and Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott joins the podcast fresh off his Super Bowl LII championship. Before playing football, Elliot, 23, was actually a high school tennis player with aspirations of playing in college and he discusses how he started playing tennis, why he decided to play college football over college tennis, his experience with coaching tennis as a teenager, the player he most admired growing up and more. In the second part of the podcast, we switch gears to discuss the recent Fed Cup tie between the United States and the Netherlands in in Asheville, N.C. Andrea Leand gives her dispatch from Asheville, specifically about Serena Williams and her return to the court.