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How confusing media reports are adding to Juan Martin Del Potro's wrist injury woes.

I don't know about you but I have noticed a trend that many of the WTA players become some kind of sex symbol, start doing some modeling, and then their tennis game goes down in the pooper.

 Federer lost his first match in the clay-court season 2010 to Ernests Gulbis. Is his title defense at Roland Garros and a possible Grand Slam for 2010 in danger?

I had the privilege of going to US Men's Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas recently and Tennis Express invited me to come to their store and interview Chilean world top 10, Fernando Gonzalez. During the interview and fan gathering, Gonzo signed his Babolat Pure Storm GT racquet. The racquet is being raffled off for $10 per ticket to go to the American Red Cross' aid of the Chile earthquake victims. What a great cause and it's not every day you get the opportunity to win a racquet valued for $179! I got a raffle ticket and hope to win- they are letting everyone know on Monday, May 3rd at 6pm so be sure to get a ticket while you can.He is such passionate and patriotic tennis player- if you get the opportunity be sure to check out his book, Chile, el pais de los mil paisajes(Chile, the country of the thousand landscapes).  Here's a link to the Autographed Fernando Gonzalez Babolat Pure Storm

Roger completed a career grand slam...but is he for real?

Legendary player, coach, and announcer Brad Gilbert was at IMG Academies last week to visit his old stomping-grounds and do a little coaching. We were able to steal him from the court for a few minutes to chat…

How the new website launched by the WTA to help fans keep track of players through social media is more flash than substance.

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