“The Pros: The Forgotten Era of Tennis,” written by Australian doctor, writer and peace activist Peter Underwood, and which chronicles and narrates one of the most misunderstood and little-known eras of world tennis, the Professional or Pro Era, is now available for sale around the world in English, via book publisher New Chapter Press. “The Pros” (available here via … [Read more...] about Historic Tennis Book “The Pros: The Forgotten Era of Tennis” Now For Sale
LONDON — The 2019 Nitto ATP Finals, held for an 11th consecutive year at The O2 in London, provided a thrilling finale to the 2019 ATP Tour season, bringing attendance across the 63 ATP events throughout the year to a record 4.82 million fans, while online consumption of the season finale hit unprecedented heights. 21-year-old Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Austria’s … [Read more...] about Nitto ATP Finals Caps Record ATP Attendance For 2019
There is no debate that when it comes to men’s singles tennis, Roger Federer is the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time). Currently third in the ATP world rankings, but with 103 career titles to his name, Federer holds the record for the most Grand Slams with 20. His last came at the 2018 Australian Open and as we gear up to 2020’s tournament, let’s take a look at the Swiss Maestro’s … [Read more...] about Can Roger Federer Win Another Grand Slam Title?
HOUSTON – Tommy Haas defeated Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-4 Thursday in the one-set final of the Oracle Champions Cup Presented by RBC Wealth Management to complete an undefeated season on the Invesco Series QQQ circuit and claim the season-long points title on the North American tennis circuit for champion tennis players over the age of 30. Haas, the former world No. 2 and silver … [Read more...] about Tommy Haas Wins Oracle Champions Cup In Houston To Complete Perfect Invesco Series QQQ Season
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan have announced their decision to retire from professional tennis in 2020. The 41-year-old American twins will bid farewell following the US Open, scene of their major championship debut in 1995, marking the culmination of a legendary doubles partnership. As the most accomplished team in doubles history, the Bryan brothers have captured an Open Era … [Read more...] about Bryan Brothers To Retire At 2020 U.S. Open