Facebook Social Button Twitter Social Button Follow Us on InstagramYouTube Social Button Follow Me on Pinterest
NewsBlogsLive ScoresTV ListingsTournamentsVideosInstructionRankingsPlayersPodcastsMagazine

Popular This Week

Net Notes - A Tennis Now Blog

Net Posts

Industry Insider - A Tennis Now Blog

Industry Insider

Second Serve - A Tennis Now Blog

Second Serve


After announcing he'd be resting for a majority of the European clay court season up until the French Open, Blake announces his desires to go past the third round at Wimbledon

I stumbled across this really cool fundraising effort for the Chilean earthquake victims. Fernando Gonzalez signed a racquet that is now being raffled off by Tennis Express at $10 per ticket.

I have heard that the errupting Icelandic volcano is officially the worst natural disaster as far as aviation is concerned and is hurting airlines in a major way. I personally have a family member stuck in the UK for an extra week- I am sure people are having to get creative. I have read that several sports teams have had to take to traveling in buses but what about the huge number of international tennis players who have tournaments around the world!  Airlines over the weekend are said to have had to cancel over 17,000 flights- yikes. Check out what some of the pros have to say:

Dinara Safina Uses Her Blog To Answer Continuing Questions About Her Health and Wherabouts.

CNN International is running an insightful and very funny piece on the Bryan Bros. today, Saturday and Sunday.  Aussie great Pat Cash does a great job as the interviewer.  You can watch it by clicking on the hyper link below and its a five minute show and comes on after a brief 20 second commercial with Andre 'n Steffi:

Andre Agassi revealed many interesting facts in his new autobiography, but one tidbit overshadowed all others.   That mullet you saw back in the 90's was actually a toupee and he claims it was the main reason he lost the French Open in 1990.

Check out the world's highest tennis court! This extreme grass court is located at the famous Burj Al Arab in Dubai. It is approximately 690 feet from the ocean and is used dually as a helicopter landing pad. Take a look at how tennis super stars, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer, get acquainted with this one of a kind court:

|<<...821 822 823 824 825 826 827 828 829 830...>>|