Latest Articles by Andrew Friedman

Laver Cup pits Europe against World—while unifying the game's greats

Dream combinations—say, a Federer and Nadal doubles pairing—are now a possibility.

Sep 18, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

Brilliance and petulance: Nick Kyrgios undone by injury, Millman, self

The mercurial Aussie and Cincinnati finalist lost in the first round of the US Open.

Aug 30, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

You don't have to look far to realize the many benefits of team tennis

With a partner by your side, doubles can be a healthier and more enjoyable experience. 

Jul 31, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

Jimmy Arias advises amateur players on how to play defense

"The game has become so fast that you have to play with an open stance."   

May 26, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

Does the French Open feel different from other tournaments?

"You can create more on a clay court than on any other surface." 

May 25, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

Looking back at McEnroe's loss to Lendl at the 1984 French Open

Lendl defeated McEnroe, 3-6, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, 7-5, for his first major title. 

May 24, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

Is the role of defense at the French Open—and on clay—overstated?

"With such long rallies, the challenge becomes knowing when to try and end a point." 

May 23, 2017
by Andrew Friedman

What comes to mind when you hear the words Roland Garros?

Mary Carillo, Jimmy Arias and James Blake on the second Grand Slam of the season. 

May 22, 2017
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