McEnroe and Courier Impress at Casa de Campo Resort in Dominican Republic

Jim Courier at Casa de Campo

LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic -- Tennis legends John McEnroe and Jim Courier kicked off the new tennis offerings at the Casa de Campo Resort by competing a special exhibition match November 7. The appearance by the two tennis Hall of Famers was part of the resort's effort to raise the profile of its tennis offerings at its 16-court tennis center. Expertly deemed “Wimbledon of the Caribbean” … [Read more...]

IPTL Tennis, Featuring Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Novak Djokovic, To Air Live On Pay-Per-View In USA Via Integrated Sports Media


The International Premier Tennis League (IPTL), the inaugural international city-based professional tennis league featuring legendary players such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova, will be available for live viewing via TV and on-line pay-per-view in the United States by Integrated Sports Media beginning November 28th through the conclusion of the season on … [Read more...]

“Secrets of Spanish Tennis” Book Presents Special Spanish Training Methods

Secrets of Spanish Tennis

“The Secrets of Spanish Tennis,” the book that features the key Spanish methods and philosophies that have propelled Spain to the pinnacle of professional tennis, is now available for sale from New Chapter Press. The book is written by elite New York-based high performance tennis coach Chris Lewit, who spent the last seven years visiting many of the top Spanish academies and studying their … [Read more...]

“The Days of Roger Federer” Book Now Available For Sale

The Days Of Roger Federer

"The Days of Roger Federer" - a book that documents matches, life events and facts on tennis legend Roger Federer with unique day-by-day summaries - is now available for sale in hard and electronic formats. The book is available for $19.95 where books are sold, including here on … [Read more...]

Who’s The Favorite To Win The Men’s Singles Title at Wimbledon?

Andy Murray

This year’s Wimbledon championship started out on a regular note with no major upsets in the first few rounds. There are some strong challengers and amongst them are seasoned veterans, who were out of the top rankings. But it is such presence that makes this year’s championship one of the most exciting. This is the time in the championship when the favourites have found their rhythm and … [Read more...]

“This Day In Tennis” Mobile App Now Also On Kindle

"On This Day In Tennis History" at

NEW YORK – “On This Day In Tennis History,” the book and mobile app that documents daily anniversaries of historic and unusual events in tennis history, is now available as an electronic Kindle download. The new electronic version – and the mobile app – have been updated with recent tennis happenings into 2014. The Kindle edition of the compilation is available for $7.99 here on … [Read more...]

Why Federer will win the French Open!

Federer Clay Rome

by Thaddeus McCarthy I must be the only person out there who predicts such a conclusion. But I am saying it now, that my prediction for the mens' winner this year is for Roger Federer to lift the crown. Why am I predicting this? For a number of reasons: Firstly, Federer has not failed to reach the Quarterfinals since 2004. He has been a finalist 4 times, losing each time to Rafael Nadal. … [Read more...]

The Greatest Clutch Player of All-Time


By Thaddeus McCarthy This week I will be discussing who was the greatest men’s closer in the Open-Era. This is the person who, when the chips were down, would rise to the occasion. When victory was in sight, they would nail down the big serve or hit a punishing return winner. As the criteria for this argument I will consider the importance of the occasions they repeatedly closed out, the … [Read more...]

Historical Hometown Rivalries


By Thaddeus McCarthy The Monte Carlo final last week featured Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, currently world number 3 and 4, who both come from Switzerland. This happens to first time that a Swiss pair has clashed in an ATP tournament final since Marc Rossett and Federer met in 2000. But it is not the first time that we have seen a home country clash. In fact it was only a couple of days … [Read more...]

The Role of Height In Tennis


by Thaddeus McCarthy It strikes me as slightly odd that the three greatest players of the modern era (Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Pete Sampras), all share exactly the same height, i.e. 1.85m. I know that having above average height helps a tennis player, as they can get greater trajectory on their serve (a point originally made by Bill Tilden, who at 6 foot 2, was a big man for his era). … [Read more...]

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