Latest Articles by Andrew Friedman

Tennis’ greatest generations join forces for Laver Cup, pitting Europe against the world

The promise the Laver Cup holds for fans is, plain and simple, entertainment. 

Aug 24, 2016
by Andrew Friedman

Rising Star

Having already inspired many, Conner Stroud now has a new goal: Becoming a wheelchair tennis champion.

Nov 25, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Finding Hope on the Court

After becoming wheelchair bound, these athletes used tennis as a refuge, discovering a tight-knit community and a new lease on life.

Nov 25, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Esther Vergeer shares story on being greatest wheelchair player ever

The Dutchwoman retired with a 470-match winning streak.

Nov 25, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Wheelchair players share special camaraderie at the top

Despite high competition, the tight-knit group of wheelchair pros remain close friends, for the most part. 

Nov 25, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Wheelchair Revolution

A history of wheelchair tennis, from its simple beginnings to a global, professional sport.

Nov 25, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Battle Ground

The ATP Challenger Tour is where players journey to earn the precious rankings points needed to stay alive and progress to the next level.

Oct 29, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Who Wants It?

It was a mixed bag for the top American men on Day 2.

Aug 26, 2014
by Andrew Friedman

Blazing the Trail

Nobody deserves more credit for the growth of wheelchair tennis than 2010 Hall of Fame inductee Brad Parks.

Oct 30, 2013
by Andrew Friedman