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
Four days are down in Georgia as the BB&T Atlanta Open continued its first round of play Tuesday with 10 matches. Former Top 10 player Mardy Fish is finishing his career this summer, while some of the best finishers from last week'sShow More Summary
Another tennis season will soon build to a soaring climax under the bright lights of glitzy New York. Most of the focus these next few weeks will undoubtedly be on Serena Williams' quest for a calendar Grand Slam, as well as top male...Show More Summary
Mardy Fish arrived on the ATP Tour in a class of American men's tennis players that featured Andy Roddick, James Blake and Robby Ginepri. Fish lagged behind his contemporaries until a late-career surge that saw him climb as high as No. Show More Summary
Every July thousands of fans brave blistering temps to see top tennis talent like John Isner, Andy Roddick, and Mardy Fish sweat it out on the hard courts at Atlantic Station. A few fast facts about the pro tournament:
Mardy Fish announces the US Open will be his final event.
United States tennis player Mardy Fish is going to end his career after the U.S. Open, according to the Associated Press (via USA Today). Leading up to the tournament, Fish broke the news of his plans on Twitter: Some members of theShow More Summary
Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish will play doubles in Atlanta.
Retired tennis star Andy Roddick is making a comeback—in doubles. Roddick, 32, announced Monday that he would play doubles with long-time friend Mardy Fish at the Atlanta Open, which begins in late July.
I've been watching tennis. Also, I've been napping a lot while watching tennis. Also, I've been chatting with some men I love while watching tennis, which is to say, I haven't been paying the greatest attention to the tennis. But that's OK. Show More Summary
Mardy Fish made his inspiring comeback on Thursday. He also had some laughs.
Mardy Fish makes his return to singles play today at Indian Wells.
Mardy Fish makes his ATP return next week in the Indian Wells doubles event.
He was in the middle of a late-career renaissance, finally maximizing his potential and enjoying his best results on a tennis court. And then everything came crashing down. Mardy Fish, 33, had already been through plenty of ups and downs before March 2012. Show More Summary
Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish have wanted to play doubles together at the U.S. Open since they were high schoolers in Florida. The pair, which have both been the highest ranked American men singles players in the past decade, never got the chance because their successful singles career took priority. Roddick, who retired after the 2012 […]