Teams set for 2017 Pac-12 Men's and Women's Tennis Championship
WHO: The Pac-12's eight men's teams and 11 women's teams head to Ojai, Calif., Wednesday, April 26 - Sunday, April 29 to decide the Pac-12 men's and ...
Andy Roddick to Replace Injured Pete Sampras in Greenbrier Tennis Showcase
Tennis - Former US Open Champion Andy Roddick will replace Pete Sampras for the The Greenbrier Tennis Showcase in early June and play against British Tim Henman. Sampras was forced to withdraw from the event after an injury which will not let him ...
Del Potro: 'I contacted Sampras and Kuerten, but it's difficult to reach an agreement'
He revealed that he contacted Pete Sampras and Guga Kuerten, but explained how at the moment it's difficult to reach an agreement. 'It would be beautiful that someone can follow me. I spoke with some people but at the moment they can't. It's ...
This Is Not a Fluke
The Ringer (blog)
At Wimbledon in 1997, Becker, the three-time winner at the Championships, made a run to the quarterfinals, where he received a four-set drubbing at the hands of a 25-year-old Pete Sampras. The last point, in classic Sampras fashion, was over ever so ...
Tennis: Sharapova rags-to-riches journey resumes in Stuttgart
Spotted by Martina Navratilova, she was encouraged to move to Nick Bollettieri's Florida academy, the proving ground of Andre Agassi and Monica Seles. Father Yuri and the seven-year-old Maria left for the US in 1994 with just $700 (644 euros) to their ...
Maria Sharapova Is An Annoying Brand, Not A Vile Cheater
Maria Sharapova is set to return to competition on Wednesday at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart after receiving a wild card entry to the tournament. It will be her first tournament since she was banned from tennis for 15 months after testing ...
Agassi's wise words for Kyrgios
April 13, 2017 11:27pm EDT April 13, 2017 11:22pm EDT Australian Nick Kyrgios has caught the eye of Andre Agassi who believes the 21-year-old has a bright future in the game willing he can get a handle on his emotions.
Agassi makes massive call on Federer's future
Agassi, however, believes the current world No.4 can go on for longer. "No no. Coming back I would have probably called it a career before. Every tennis player has a different career and each one has his reason to retire. In my case my body had told me ...
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