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
Weathering the Storm: The story of Tulane tennis and Hurricane Katrina
Mark Booras embraced the challenge to rebuild the team and continue its proud legacy.
Oct 31, 2017 by Dan Johnson
CT Open's Anne Worcester is everything a tournament director should be
Since 1998, the former WTA CEO has made an unwavering commitment to her community.
Oct 31, 2017 by Ed McGrogan
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.
An 81-year-old high-school coach's no-cut policy has been a win-win
David Steinbach's mantra has kept teens playing tennis, and him going strong.
Oct 31, 2017 by Lindsay Gibbs
With endless dedication, UCLA's Grant Chen is the ultimate team player
He didn't play for the Bruins, but that hardly stopped Chen from helping the team win.
Oct 31, 2017 by Nina Pantic
In keeping a tennis club alive, Ray Habib created a vital community
The Brooklyn native, whose wife was killed on 9/11, also volunteers with Tribute NYC.
Oct 31, 2017 by Steve Tignor
After spending a lifetime in the sport, Mike Mullan keeps on learning
The 68-year-old Swarthmore tennis coach hasn't stopped expanding his horizons.