The Tennis Conversation: Jenson Brooksby, a piano man
Billy Joel may be a New York City icon, but the fans in Queens should start getting to know this piano man
The Five-Step Sit-Down Plan
Don’t neglect the value of a smart changeover routine
MAKING THE TURN
Six years after saying goodbye to the protour grind, Mardy Fish may be more active than ever—on the court, on the course, and helping combat a struggle anyone can encounter
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Queens is known for its gastronomy as much as its tennis. Daniil Medvedev, equal parts sugar and spice, hopes to add a unique flavor to the borough as he vies for his first major
SUMMER IN THE CITIES
Broadway may not re-open until mid September, but tennis offers its own brand of live theatre in the preceding months
The pandemic halted tennis as an up-close experience— but is now giving way to pandemonium among crowds. As the pro game reopens this summer and fans gather again, we’re realizing what we’ve been missing for so long
Court of Appeals
Resolving Your Rules Questions&Quarrels
An Open Mind: New York's Slam has no shortage of history, but it always evolves
In the last decade, Arthur Ashe Stadium got a roof, and a new Grandstand and Louis Armstrong Stadium debuted.
Those Fall Feels
The end of summer may be bittersweet, but getting lost amid the backroads of NEW ENGLAND adds a silver—and golden—lining to the season change. Pack a few sweaters along with your tennis kit and prepare for leaf-peeping, scenic drives and delicious autumnal ingredients to pair with your forehands
Court of Appeals
Resolving Your Rules Questions & Quarrels
Zooming Into The Unknown
Tennis journalism and coverage adapted to the evolving new normal, but at what cost?
The Tennis Conversation
HE INSPIRED THE NAME OF TENNIS MOST FAMOUS HILL. NOW THIS BRIT IS CONNECTED TO WIMBLEDON IN A WHOLE NEW WAY
The Call of Y'all
Longer days and warmer temperatures— combined with travel starting to feel more accessible—means the season is ripe for tennis getaways. Ready to get back into the swing of things? Pack your gear and point your compass towards one of these SOUTHERN STATES
ROAD TO ROLAND GARROS
After a year of disruption, these two months will be something to savor
Remember When: Fifteen years ago in Rome, Hingis rekindles her magic
The Swiss kept missing until a throwback performance in the Eternal City
Naomi Osaka's most underrated weapon
The superstar can earn more than a single point with her flat, hard, deep —and often untouchable—return
It’s not a stretch to say that proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation can help your tennis aches and pains
NAOMI OSAKA’S ability to grow and evolve may be her defining trait , and a key to her popularity with a new generation of fans. Can she use it to make herself a contender at Roland Garros and Wimbledon this year, too?
Five Minutes With… Reilly Opelka and Tommy Paul
In the Paul-Opelka household, the two pros have their eating down to a science. “Tommy never cooks,” says Reilly. “If my second roommate doesn’t cook, we just order out.”
The Top 10 Women's Matches Of The Decade
Ten years’ worth of memorable marathons and top-shelf tennis from the WTA’s boldest and bravest
The Top 10 Men's Matches Of The Decade
Big three. Big ballers. Big scores. A giant-sized rundown of the contests that defined the 2010s
Serena Williams: Women's Player Of The Decade
Regardless of her ranking, the American’s unmistakable impact on the sport, and her unwavering approach to competition, make this a clear-cut selection
Novak Djokovic: Men's Player of the Decade
The Serbian overcame two living legends, and their fervent fan bases, to assemble one of the best and most consistent 10-year runs in tennis history
3 Wise Men
Pancho Segura, Dennis Van der Meer and Vic Braden elevated the way tennis is played at every level, everywhere they went. Remembering three iconic instructors who recently left us, but whose impacts upon the sport endure
HOW DID COCO GAUFF GET SO GOOD SO FAST?
The Match That Never Ended
As Serena Williams returns to the US Open, she’ll be looking to build on her runner-up finish from last year— and obliterate the memory of how it ended. We look back, through the eyes of five observers, on one of the most controversial matches in tennis history.
Drinking From the Cup
Laver Cup has been a smash. What can tennis learn from it?
Tracy Austin On Tennis' New Stars
The American reached the US Open quarterfinals at 14, and won the title two years later. At 17, she became No. 1.
Fabio & Flavia - The Chaotic Pro Settles Down, On And Off The Court
With newfound support, boundless passion—and someone else’s US Open trophy sitting at home—frenetic shotmaker Fabio Fognini is playing better than ever
Dedicated Doubles Coaches Matter
Doubles players need a determined partner—and can benefit from a dedicated coach