Strong is beautiful. That's the message Serena Williams sent to the world with her latest Instagram photo. In the snapshot shared Thursday, the Wimbledon champion does a split in the air on two gymnastics rings like a total boss. "Fearless...Show More Summary
Roger Federer came in second place to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon — a result he doesn’t want to repeat at the U.S. Open, which starts Aug. 31. To make sure he’s ready, the Swiss star has decided to pull out of the Rogers Cup tournament, which the world’s top players have traditionally used as a […]
Notes: Time for the tournament sponsored by an online betting site as the tour fights rampant match-fixing...Loaded dirt field...Rafa makes his first appearance since being upset at Wimbledon...Tough starts for (1) Rafa vs. Hot Sauc...
Rumors of Jon Snow's survival have been circling since Game of Thrones' Season 5 finale in June, and actor Kit Harington has just given fans another reason to add fuel to the fire. Not only did he show up at Wimbledon still sporting his Thrones hairdo, but now he's been spotted in Belfast, Ireland,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones Kit Harington
Sportsday readers voted for their favourite football celebrations and Wimbledon's Adebayo "The Beast" Akinfenwa rates the best.
AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa has asked fans to choose his goal celebration for the coming season via an online vote.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — It's a long way from Centre Court at Wimbledon for Roger Federer, who has opened a preschool in impoverished Malawi as part of his charity work. Federer said in an interview with The Associated Press on Monday that...Show More Summary
The cult-hero status of Adebayo Akinfenwa continues to grow. The physically imposing AFC Wimbledon man won't be surprising anyone this season with his goal celebrations...he's letting his fans decide. "The Beast" scored 15 times last...Show More Summary
Maria Sharapova may have suffered an agonizing defeat at the hands of longtime rival Serena Williams at Wimbledon, but at least she looked good as she licked her wounds on… READ ON
Roger Federer's performance at Wimbledon coincides with a family tragedy. Right before I witnessed my grandmother collapse, Roger Federer had beaten Andy Murray 7-5, 7-5, 6-4 in their Wimbledon 2015 semifinal. I'm incredibly anxious when it comes to watching my favorite athletes and teams compete. Show More Summary
A week after 2015 Wimbledon, and professional tennis seems quiet along the surface. Looking within, there are numerous interesting stories as late July turns out a few mid-major tournaments and Davis Cup quarterfinals action. We're going...Show More Summary
In the social data world, ROI (return on investment) is the biggest topic of discussion now, so the only way to determine if these sponsorships pay off is to use social data to look at which sponsors got the most bang for their buck, and what it could mean to all future Wimbledon sponsors. Show More Summary
You may consider yourself a Serena Williams fan, but there is no bigger fan of Serena Williams than Chip, her dog. Look at how happy (...)
Roger Federer’s latest near-miss at Wimbledon is a reflection of an aging legend whose glory days are in the nostalgia-tinged past. No longer exuding the same aura of invincibility he once did, he has watched a new generation of players usurp his reign at the top of the game. Show More Summary
20-year-old Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios lost his cool on the court at the Davis Cup after another poor performance Friday. Earlier in July, Kyrgios was criticized at Wimbledon for seemingly tanking a game out of frustration. Show More Summary
Now that our department Lower case is a regular feature online, we decided to take a look back at some classic headlines from our print archive. This one, from the 1982 Wimbledon Championships, is stirring: The Post-Journal (Jamestown, N.Y.) Have a headline you want to share? Snap a photo and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet it to us at@CJR.
The leftovers to Wimbledon 2015 have mostly served to remind the tennis world that Novak Djokovic is the most dominant force in tennis. In particular, his victory over the great Roger Federer is a clear symbol of how time changes players, but there will always be the legends of yesteryear clamoring to play against the best of the moment. Show More Summary
Serena Williams has announced she won’t be playing in the Swedish Open. The ace tennis player shared the pain in her elbow is too much to bear and hence has forced her to back out. Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from...Show More Summary
This week’s quiz enjoyed the Wimbledon finals, waited for Raheem Sterling to make his move, waved goodbye to Carl Froch and said hello to the Home of Golf Continue reading...
Less than one week after she collected her sixth title at Wimbledon, Serena Williams announced Thursday that she is pulling out of the Swedish Open with an elbow injury. Having won the first three majors of the 2015 season, the Australian...Show More Summary