Game Changer Althea Gibson

For the seventh day of our Black History Month Game Changer series, we highlight tennis legend Althea Gibson. ¬†Gibson was the first black tennis player of either gender to cross Continue Reading →

Game Changer Arthur Ashe

Today we recognize Game Changer Arthur Ashe, a tennis icon and social activist. Arthur Ashe rose through the tennis ranks in the late 1960s and 70s. ¬†He became the first Continue Reading →

>Venus Withdraws from US Open Due to Illness

> After a great first round match, Venus Williams today withdrew from the US Open due to a recent illness diagnosis.  Williams found our recently that she suffers from Sjogren’s Continue Reading →

>Wimbledon ReMATCH

> So anyone remember that crazy tennis match last year at Wimbledon??  You know the one…the one where the two guys, Isner and Mahut, played for over 11 hours spanning Continue Reading →

>Surving the Summer Sports Lull

> It’s that time of year again.  You know the one…basketball has ended and football is months away (especially with this darn lockout situation).  These are seriously the “dog days Continue Reading →

>Rafa Does It Again in Paris

>For the fifth time in 6 years, Spain’s Rafael Nadal is the men’s French Open champion.  He is one Roland Garros, red clay victory away from tying Bjorn Borg for Continue Reading →

>Game, Set…

> The 2010 French Open began this weekend at Roland Garros in Paris.  Americans Serena and Venus Williams on the women’s side, and Andy Roddick and John Isner have the Continue Reading →