Monday, March 18, 2019

The Greatest Matches in Australian Open History #9: Marat Safin vs...

Tennis-Pulse's look back at the greatest matches in Australian Open history rolls on. In case you missed them, read back on our previous matches: #10-Nadal vs...

The Greatest Matches in Australian Open History #10: Rafael Nadal vs...

"It was a fantastic match. Very emotional. I think Grigor played great. I played great. So was a great quality of tennis tonight. For...

The Greatest US Open Champions: #1 Pete Sampras

Our countdown of the greatest Open Era champions in US Open history finally reaches its end. For those who need a refresher: #3-#5 #2 And finally... 1. Pete...

Goffin vs Dimitrov: Who Will Win the Final of the Year-End...

Here’s a preview of what to expect in the final of the 2017 Nitto ATP Finals, which will see David Goffin and Grigor Dimitrov...

Looking Ahead to the Elite Eight at the Nitto ATP Finals

As they say, all good things must come to an end. Such remains true as we approach the conclusion of one of the most improbable,...

A Last-Minute Word on the Next Gen ATP Finals

Overview From 7-11 November, the seven highest-ranked players aged 21-and-under—with the addition of Italian wildcard Gianluigi Quinzi—will partake in the inaugural edition of the Next...

Player of the Month October 2017: Stefanos Tsitsipas

He may not possess Denis Shapovalov’s raw shotmaking skills, Nick Kyrgios’ booming serve, or Sascha Zverev’s mechanical consistency, but Stefanos Tsitsipas is beginning to...

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...