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Wimbledon 2015: News and Notes Ahead of Men's Quarterfinals

The 2015 Wimbledon men's quarterfinals are set to begin on Wednesday morning with each of the top four seeds—No. 1 Novak Djokovic, No. 2 Roger Federer, No. 3 Andy Murray and No. 4 Stan Wawrinka —hoping to advance to the semifinals. Djokovic takes on No. Show More Summary

Serena Williams Joins Taylor Swift on Stage at London Concert Ahead of Wimbledon

Prior to Wimbledon, two of the biggest stars in tennis spent some time at a Taylor Swift concert in London. Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki were among the celebrities at Swift's Hyde Park show on Saturday. It was only fittingShow More Summary

The Boodles Tennis 2015: Thursday Scores, Results, Updated Draw Schedule

Novak Djokovic started his preparations for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament with a win over Richard Gasquet at The Boodles 2015—the Serb's first match on grass after an excellent run during the clay season. The World No. 1 beat Gasquet...Show More Summary

Federer-Nadal Rivalry Illustrates Perfectly the Subjective Nature of Wikipedia

Have you ever heard the joke "I read it on the internet, so it must be true?" That's the duplicitous reality of the internet as a source of information in the modern age. It's an unbelievable luxury to have such widespread access toShow More Summary

Jimmy Fallon Turns Tennis Grunts from French Open into Music

Most sports have their quirks. For example, baseball players spit and tennis players grunt. Jimmy Fallon decided to use the latter to make a musical number. The Tonight Show sampled all different kinds of grunts and screams from men’s and women’s players at the 2015 French Open. Show More Summary

Piece of Metal Falls Off Scoreboard, Onto Fans in Stands at French Open

A scary scene unfolded at the 2015 French Open on Tuesday when a large piece of metal fell off the scoreboard and landed in the stands. The incident occurred during a quarterfinal match between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Kei Nishikori. During...Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal vs. Jack Sock: Score and Reaction from 2015 French Open

Coming into the French Open, Rafael Nadal was playing perhaps the worst tennis of his career. It appears a trip to Roland Garros has cured all of those ills. Nadal had few issues with fourth-round opponent Jack Sock on Monday, defeating the unseeded American 6-3, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2. Show More Summary

Ball Boy Face-Plants Hard Behind Maria Sharapova at Internazionali BNL D'Italia

While hustling to get an umbrella for Maria Sharapova during Sunday's Internazionali BNL d'Italia final, this ball boy stumbled and went down hard behind the star tennis player. Fortunately, the ball boy was able to quickly get to his feet and provide some shade for Sharapova. [ YouTube ] Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com

Why Rafael Nadal is No Longer Invincible on Clay

Rafael Nadal’s 6-4, 7-6(6) loss to Fabio Fognini at the Barcelona Open was another clay-court blow for the Spanish superstar. Not long ago, any defeat to tennis’s all-time King of Clay on Europe’s red clay would have been a screaming...Show More Summary

Serena Williams Creates Tennis Music Video for Beyonce's '7/11'

Even when she makes a music video, Serena Williams is still all about tennis. Williams will be on the April cover of Vogue. Not only is there an interesting feature story on the star tennis player, but with the magazine's help, Williams put a tennis spin on Beyonce's "7/11" music video. [Serena Williams] Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com

Tennis Player Jarmere Jenkins Destroys Racket over His Knee After Shot Goes Long

Tennis player Jarmere Jenkins does not like it when his shots go long. After one did so on a tiebreak vs. Philip Bester Monday in Drummondville, Canada, Jenkins took his racket hard to his knee three times and eventually shattered it. Show More Summary

Roger Federer Playfully Takes on Kid in Exhibition, Has No Answer for Great Lob

Although it was Roger Federer and Grigor Dimitrov whom fans came to see at the BNP Paribas Showdown, it was a young boy who ended up being the star of the night. During Tuesday night's exhibition at Madison Square Garden, Dimitrov stepped aside and let a youngster face Federer for a chance to show what he could do. Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal Beats the Original Ronaldo in Charity Poker Game

Rafael Nadal is currently injured, while the original Ronaldo has now retired, but the two superstars still got their taste of competitive action on the poker table in London on Tuesday. Nadal won the battle between the two sportingShow More Summary

Hard Work Pays off for Andy Murray in Sealing World Tour Finals Berth

Six straight weeks of constant tournament play for Andy Murray has finally yielded the desired result, as the British No. 1 booked his place at the ATP end-of-season extravaganza at London’s O2 Arena on Thursday. The two-time Grand Slam...Show More Summary

Darian King Disqualified After Frightening Lineswoman by Slamming His Racket

Darian King learned a valuable lesson in anger management and perhaps a bit of sensitivity over those who are easily frightened. During the Charlottesville Challenger tournament, King became very, very upset and slammed his racket into the wall behind him. Unfortunately, there was a lineswoman standing very close to said wall. Show More Summary

WTA's Silence Disappointing After Russian Tennis Head Slurs the Williams Sisters

Serena and Venus Williams often pay homage to founders of the WTA. They frequently thank Billie Jean King for ushering in endless opportunities for women in tennis. Likewise, Billie Jean King credits the Williams sisters for their role...Show More Summary

Gael Monfils Hits a Between-the-Legs Leaping Volley in the Davis Cup

Gael Monfils is not one to shy away from theatrics while on the tennis court, but he may have outdone himself with this leaping, between-the-legs volley against Lukas Rosol. Monfils went on to beat Rosol in three sets (5-7, 6-4, 7-5). [YouTube, h/t The Big Lead] Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com

US Open Tennis 2014: Day 5 Schedule, Matchups Predictions for New York Bracket

The sun continues to smile upon Flushing Meadows heading into Day 5 of the 2014 U.S. Open. A marquee card led by Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova will hit the hard courts in New York on Friday in hopes of capturing the season's final...Show More Summary

Why the US Open Desperately Needs the Superstars to Deliver

After the advent of Open era tennis in 1968, the U.S. Open spent a decade trying to establish its unique Grand Slam identity. Peter Bodo, tennis historian and author of The Courts of Babylon documented the following changes: The U.S....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

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