Latest Articles by Peter Bodo

As tennis officials try to keep millennials watching, massive changes could be coming to tennis

The lords of tennis don’t believe that millennials hunger for more matches like the nearly five-hour 2008 Wimbledon final. 

Oct 06, 2016
by Peter Bodo

Ten years ago, Andre Agassi left an indelible mark on the U.S. Open in saying goodbye

Agassi’s paean to the game was both a confession and an admission.  

Sep 03, 2016
by Peter Bodo

U.S. Open Pressure Points: No. 1 seed Serena Williams and her race against time

Approaching 35 and with a new challenger to her throne, can the all-time great do it again?

Aug 25, 2016
by Peter Bodo

U.S. Open Pressure Points: No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic and an unexpected turn of events

In just a few short weeks, Andy Murray has changed the conversation in men’s tennis.

Aug 25, 2016
by Peter Bodo

With a history of highs and lows, what is Rafael Nadal’s New York state of mind this year?

The two-time U.S. Open champion remains a question mark in Queens.

Aug 23, 2016
by Peter Bodo

Hall of a Contrast

Safin and Henin couldn't have competed more differently, but both will be enshrined. 

Jul 14, 2016
by Peter Bodo

The Future of Tennis

Five bold predictions about a sport long averse to change.

Jun 14, 2016
by Peter Bodo

Not a perfect March for Djokovic, who was blindsided after Indian Wells

All the world No. 1 was doing when he made those "controversial" comments was looking out for himself and his peers. 

Apr 07, 2016
by Peter Bodo

WTA has become a tour with plenty of stars, but almost no champions

Serena and Sharapova are the only two women who have the game and the temperament to compete week-in, week-out, as if their lives depended on it.

Feb 25, 2016
by Peter Bodo