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Predictions for Rafael Nadal for Remainder of 2014 ATP Season

With Rafael Nadal adding yet another injury to an increasingly lengthy list that spans multiple seasons, it's time for the 28-year-old to reassess what he can actually put his body through. Is it Grand Slams or ATP Tour titles he wants? A...Show More Summary

Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard Lead Canada's Rogers Cup Hopes

It’s fair to say that Canadians have good reason to be excited about their country’s future in tennis, heading into their home event on the ATP and WTA tours, the Rogers Cup. On the ATP side, last week’s Citi Open in Washington proved that more than ever. Show More Summary

PGA Championship 2014: Early Predictions for Top Stars at Valhalla

Golf remains a star-driven game. With the 2014 PGA Championship less than a week away, most of the talk surrounds how well a small cadre of top golfers will perform. Everybody loves a good upset story, but when it comes to a major tournament, you at least want to see a few recognizable names in contention by the time Sunday rolls around. Show More Summary

PGA Championship 2014 Picks: Early Odds and Predictions for This Year's Field

Tiger Woods' surgically repaired back held him back again Sunday when he withdrew from the 2014 WGC - Bridgestone Invitational. With just days left before the 2014 PGA Championship—the year's final major—his status is very much in doubt. So,...Show More Summary

PGA Championship 2014 Odds: Latest Lines for Top Favorites and Sleepers

After a dominant performance at The Open Championship and a win at the Bridgestone Invitational, Rory McIlroy is a man on a mission. He regained the No. 1 world ranking with his latest triumph, making him the odds-on favorite to win the 2014 PGA Championship at the Valhalla Golf Course in Louisville, Kentucky. The event begins Thursday, Aug. Show More Summary

Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Winners, Losers to Begin 2014 US Open Series

August is one of the biggest months for the ATP and WTA tours, as they begin the U.S. Open Series that includes the Rogers Cup, the Western and Southern Open at Cincinnati and the U.S. Open. This past week, we learned more about the chances for players such as Serena Williams and Milos Raonic. Show More Summary

Stanford: S. Williams d. Kerber

What do suppose the chances are that Serena Williams could serve herself to 40-0 leads in three straight games and, when the smoke cleared, still find her opponent serving for the set? The world No. 1 survived that scenario, not losing the set in question in today's Stanford final. Show More Summary

Stanford: S. Williams d. Ivanovic

Top-seeded Serena Williams underwent an interesting transformation in her quarterfinal with Ana Ivanovic at Stanford tonight. Starting out, she was the unsure, out-of-sync, almost morose champion we’ve seen all too often this year. In...Show More Summary

An XL Brand of Tennis

If you’re hoping to see Juan Martin del Potro cracking those blistering forehand and stinging backhands before the year is out, I’d suggest you book a plane ticket right now for Kuala Lumpur, or Tokyo. Both of those tournaments are featuring Delpo in their promotional materials, but that implied promise and a dime might get you a string-a-ling. Show More Summary

VIDEO: ROGER FEDERER IN LOVE. . .WITH HIS NEW RACKET

3 weeks agoSports / Tennis : GoToTennis

We Federer fans have grown to love the slightly sinister, matte black stick Roger’s wielded over the past months – […]

FASHION FIX: Victoria Azarenka loses to Venus Williams but wins in Nike

Last night we were treated to an all out battle of WTA titans when former top lady ballers Venus Williams and Victoria Azarenka faced off in the Stanford second round. There was much anticipation for this match up and it didn't disappoint. Show More Summary

How Rafael Nadal's Injuries May Cause a Late-Career Scheduling Shift

Rafael Nadal has a wrist injury that could very well derail his chances at winning the 2014 U.S. Open. This is hardly surprising, considering that injuries have been Nadal’s traveling companion through his decade of spectacular tennis. Almost...Show More Summary

Is the WTA's Focus on Image Good or Bad for Women's Tennis?

Strong is beautiful. That's the tag line for an ad campaign the WTA Tour adopted to promote its players. The marketing campaign features players in glamours attire, full makeup and athletic poses. Sporty, yet sexy and physical, but flirty:...Show More Summary

Stanford: V. Williams d. Azarenka

Two of the most distinguished wild cards any tournament could hope to recruit had at it last night in the second round at Stanford, with Venus Williams winning this clashing, clanging groundstroke battle of former no. 1s,  6-4, 7-6 (1). Williams...Show More Summary

FASHION FIX: Nike or adidas kicks?

It pays to be a baller. Check out the swag Nike sent Grigor Dimitrov and adidas gave to Fernando Verdasco recently. They're similar in style but which one is better? I'll take the Nikes, pleeeeease.

Knee injury knocks Li Na out of the U.S. Open

Today Li Na announced her withdrawal from Montreal, Cincinnati, and the U.S. Open on her Facebook page because of a lingering knee injury: I wanted to let all of my great fans know that unfortunately I am going to have to withdraw from the upcoming WTA events in Montreal and Cincinnati, as well as the US Open. Show More Summary

What Andy Roddick's Rant About Tennis' Doping Rules Proves

Andy Roddick might have retired from tennis, but he certainly hasn't retired from ranting. The former U.S. Open champion took the USTA and World Anti-Doping Agency ( WADA ) to task on his Fox Sports podcast over his denial of a U.S.Show More Summary

Golfers Who Will Be Under the Most Pressure at the 2014 PGA Championship

At this time of year, PGA Tour golfers from top to bottom are under pressure. Those at the bottom are hoping for a big week, one in which they can make enough money to earn their tour cards for next year or improve their statuses for...Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal Withdrawal Leaves 2014 US Open Series Wide Open

Last year, Rafael Nadal was the undisputed king of the U.S. Open Series, sweeping the Masters Series events in Montreal and Cincinnati and carrying that momentum into the U.S. Open, where he won his 13th major. This year, someone else...Show More Summary

Stock Watch for Golf's Top Stars 1 Week out from 2014 PGA Championship

The 2014 PGA Championship begins August 7. At last report, all 100 of the top 100 golfers in the world will be teeing it up at Valhalla, per the PGA of America. Not surprisingly, then, all of the game's biggest stars will be in the field. Of course, not all of those casting the longest shadows are playing well heading into the home stretch. Show More Summary

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