Meet the 10-year-old boy who beat cancer and inspired Roger Federer
Marc Krajekian's dream came true when he got to practice with his idol at the US Open.
Oct 31, 2017 by Blair Henley
Only when Murphy Jensen hit rock bottom did he find what he needed
The former doubles star is now sober—and inspiring others who battle their own demons.
A disability couldn't stop Roger Crawford from excelling on the court
Born with ectrodactyly, Crawford has one finger on his right hand and two on his left.
Oct 27, 2017 by Blair Henley
Dylan Alcott won’t stop fighting for recognition of disabled athletes
The quad wheelchair champion has earned a global platform to help empower others.
South Korea's Duckhee Lee was born deaf—and with some big-time talent
The 19-year-old is aiming to crack the Top 100, win a title and play in a Grand Slam.
Oct 25, 2017 by Blair Henley
The most intimate—and potentially terrifying—job in tennis: An emcee
What's it like to hold court with the best players while surrounded by fans? We found out.
Aug 27, 2017 by Blair Henley
University of Wyoming tennis coach hasn't let MS slow him down
Clower has helped build a major attraction in tennis-loving Laramie.
Dec 25, 2016 by Blair Henley
The growth of wheelchair tennis means everything to Dan James
In Seattle and beyond, James hopes to expose wheelchair tennis to a wider audience.
Dec 24, 2016 by Blair Henley
Not your typical coach, Garland Ott provides unconventional wisdom
Ott didn't pick up a racquet until college. "My technique still isn't textbook," he says.