The one-handed backhand is having a moment—How long can it last?
It’s possible that this year’s Aussie Open will someday be seen as an evolutionary step.
Feb 17, 2017 by Steve Tignor
PODCAST: Catching up with the Fed and Davis Cups
Breaking down the recently completed first rounds of each international team competition.
Feb 16, 2017 by Ed McGrogan
Whose weekend win meant more—Alexander Zverev's or Grigor Dimitrov's?
The Bulgarian won his home tournament, and the German took home his second title.
Feb 13, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Week in Preview: Kerber leads a loaded field in Doha; three ATP events
Here’s a look ahead at how this week’s four events might play out.
Looking back at the highs, and an unfortunate low, from Davis Cup play
The Davis Cup, as always, took on a life of its own as the weekend progressed.
Feb 06, 2017 by Steve Tignor
Week in Preview: Three ATP events on two continents before Fed Cup
February gets off to something of a slow start in 2017.
Davis Cup Preview: Which teams can survive without their stars?
We look at each of the eight opening-round ties that will begin on Friday.
Feb 02, 2017 by Steve Tignor
PODCAST: The Australian Open was a Slam that we won't soon forget
On Serena's 23rd Slam, Dimitrov's revival, CoCo's breakthrough and Federer's epic triumph.
Feb 01, 2017 by Ed McGrogan
The 8 most memorable moments from an essential Australian Open
It was a two-week movie with an ending that was a happy one for the sport.
Jan 30, 2017 by Steve Tignor