It’s been a good year for University of Texas standout Peyton Stearns, who not only helped win a National Championship for her Longhorns, but also defeated former world No. 9 Coco Vandeweghe in the first round of Indian Wells qualifying.
Player of the Day: Peyton StearnsBy Oct 05, 2021
Tennis Channel Inside-In With Dani Klupenger: From the hardwood to the TC DeskBy Dec 27, 2022
Rafael Nadal wins ATP Fans’ Favorite Award for first time, ending Roger Federer’s streakBy Dec 13, 2022
Felix Auger-Aliassime explores impact of his charity initiative in TogoBy Dec 12, 2022
Elina Svitolina raises over $250K in support of Ukraine with charity gala in MonacoBy Dec 06, 2022
Las Vegas headliners: Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz coming to MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2023By Dec 06, 2022
No sleep till Brooklyn for Roger Federer, courtside at Barclays Center Nets gameBy Dec 05, 2022
Rafael Nadal waves farewell to Mexico with final Casper Ruud win in Latin American tourBy Dec 05, 2022
Saturday Slice: Andreescu meets Viola Davis, Auger-Aliassime visits Togo, Svitolina shares mom picsBy Dec 03, 2022
Confessional Cart: Karolina Pliskova's dry sense of humor steals the showBy Dec 02, 2022
Player of the Day: Peyton Stearns
The University of Texas Longhorn defeated Coco Vandeweghe in the first round of Indian Wells qualifying.
Published Oct 05, 2021
Stearns avenged a recent loss to the Southern Californian at the WTA 125K in Columbus, OH, 6-4, 7-5, setting up a meeting with fourth-seeded Aussie (who also played college tennis at Vanderbilt) Astra Sharma.