Sunday, November 19, 2017

The Grand Slam Year in Review Part II: Four of the...

In the first part of this feature, Tennis-Pulse provided a summary of the happenings at this year’s Grand Slam tournaments, which served to highlight...

Creating Chaos Out of Order is the Specialty of a Select...

I had my doubts when he first said it, but Nick Kyrgios was absolutely right when he asked not to be compared to Bernard...

The Grand Slam Year in Review Part I: The Fedal Show

For as long as they have existed in their current form, tennis’ four Grand Slam tournaments have served as the most reliable proving ground...

Player of the Month September 2017: Damir Dzumhur

How good is Damir Dzumhur? That question is bound to be reverberating around the walls of more than a few tennis-absorbed minds at present,...

The Greatest US Open Champions: #2 Roger Federer

Our countdown of the greatest US Open champions of the open era continues with #2: Roger Federer. #3-#5 was here. 2. Roger Federer Accomplishments: Five straight...

The Greatest US Open Champions of the Open Era: #3-#5

Yet another edition of the US Open has come and gone. The bright lights of New York and the buzz of the crowd have...

For Alexander Zverev, the Journey to Stardom Has Only Just Begun

Whisper it quietly, but tennis was suspended in bittersweet limbo for an entire generation. On the one hand, fans of the sport were fortunate...

2017 US Open Presents Most Wide-Open Men’s Major in Over a...

A lot of being an athlete is taking advantage of opportunities when they present themselves. If you’re Roger Federer, that could mean stepping in and...

Player of the Month August 2017: Grigor Dimitrov

If recent events at the Western & Southern Open are anything to go by, it seems that the ATP’s ‘lost generation’ (those players born...

The scourge of Flushing Meadows: A Closer Look at the US...

It is no secret that tennis is a gladiator’s game in this day and age, a trend which can be chalked up to the...