I never in a million years thought I would find myself dancing in a tutu and fish net stockings in front of hundreds of people in Mardi Gras parades. I am pretty conservative and very self-conscious, but in 2011 when an old high school friend asked me to join her in a newly formed dance […]
Former tennis player Mardy Fish had a 28-point round Saturday to take a two-point lead over actor Jack Wagner in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament
Former tennis player Mardy Fish won the Diamond Resorts Invitational on Sunday, easily holding off former pitcher Rick Rhoden in the modified Stableford event for celebrity athletes and entertainers.
Former tennis player Mardy Fish scored 30 points Friday in the inaugural Diamond Resorts Invitational to take a nine-point lead in the modified Stableford event for celebrity athletes and entertainers
Three weeks ago, Mardy Fish wrote an amazing article on The Players’ Tribute site titled The Weight. I stopped halfway through the article and took a deep breath. “This is a story about how a mental health problem took my job away from me. And about how, three years later, I am doing that job again... Read more The post When Anxiety Strikes appeared first on Feld Thoughts.
The long and tortuous road that has characterized the tennis career of Mardy Fish ended here Wednesday at the U.S. Open with a long and tortuous match.
Fish, who has said he will retire after the United States Open, lost, 2-6, 6-3, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, to 18th-seeded Feliciano López and said, “I worked as hard as I could.”
Mardy Fish's last US Open memory will be of the Louis Armstrong Stadium crowd roaring for him. The 33-year-old American's career ended with a five-set loss to Feliciano Lopez.
Veteran American tennis player Mardy Fish lost to 18th-seeded Felicano Lopez in five sets in the second round of the US Open on Wednesday, marking the end of the long and impressive career of the former No. 10 player in the world. Fish announced prior to the tournament. Show More Summary
Mardy Fish knew there wouldn’t be a Hollywood ending for him at the U.S. Open. The 33-year-old announced earlier this year he would retire after the U.S. Open and entered his last tournament this week with the expectation that each match would be a bonus in a tennis career that nearly ended years ago. On […]
Mardy Fish's career came to a close on Wednesday as he fell to Feliciano Lopez 2-6, 6-3, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the U.S. Open second round. The tournament tweeted its appreciation of Fish after the match: He certainly didn't go down without...Show More Summary
"Don’t play.” I am hours away from playing in the biggest tennis match of my life: the fourth round of the U.S. Open … on Labor Day … on my dad’s birthday … on Arthur Ashe … on CBS … against Roger Federer. I am hours away from playing the greatest player of all time, for a chance at my best-ever result, in my favorite tournament in the world. Show More Summary
Mardy Fish ends career with loss at U.S. Open, but his comeback sends him out on top
NEW YORK — He was in the same tennis tournament, the U.S. Open, from which he walked away almost three years to the date. Mardy Fish was back as much to be the role model he couldn't find in others as to write a chapter of a story he conceded is about to end. On Sept. Show More Summary
The most important tennis match in American Mardy Fish’s career is one that never happened. On September 3, 2012, facing a severe anxiety attack, the former top-10 player abruptly pulled out from the fourth round of the U.S. Open against Roger Federer. Show More Summary
World No 2 Andy Murray resisted a spirited challenge from veteran hardcourt specialist Mardy Fish to reach the third round of the Cincinnati Masters.
Mardy Fish will play Andy Murray in the second round of the Cincinnati Masters after claiming his first ATP Tour singles victory since 2013.He missed 18 months of due to a heart condition.
It’s been a while since Mardy Fish has been able to celebrate a victory like he did Monday afternoon in Cincinnati. The 33-year-old Fish returned to competition in March at Indian Wells after dealing with a heart problem followed by a battle with anxiety disorder and announced earlier this month that he is set to retire after the U.S. Open. Fish, […]
The BB&T Atlanta Open semifinals are set for both the singles and doubles tournament after six matches on Friday. Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish, the biggest pairing of the Atlanta Open, competed for their chance among the last four asShow More Summary
The BB&T Atlanta Open sees its first round completed and second round begin in the singles division while the doubles group continues its first matches of the tournament. Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick headlined the day's events, and the...Show More Summary