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  • Abierto de Tenis de Miami: David Ferrer busca sacarse la espina de 2013

    Abierto de Tenis de Miami: David Ferrer busca sacarse la espina de 2013
    David Ferrer estuvo a solo un punto de ganar el Abierto de Miami en 2013, pero una mala decisión en aquella final ante el escocés Andy Murray le costó el campeonato en Key Biscayne. Y aunque entonces el tenista español aseguró que "un partido no...
  • Young, coming of age, as he reaches quarterfinals of Delray Beach Open

    Seven years ago at this tournament a then petulant 18-year-old Donald Young blew a 5-0 lead in the first set of a first-round loss and then blew his cool, heaving his racket out of the stadium where it sent a few spectators scrambling. That's when Young...
  • Three teens advance in Delray Beach Open but Pines' Kozlov isn't one of them

    The Delray Beach Open starts with the Champions Tour featuring retired players before merging into the ATP Tour of second-tier ranked active players. On Tuesday at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, it turned into a Teen Tour. For the first time at...
  • Anderson at home as top seed in Delray Beach Open

    Anderson at home as top seed in Delray Beach Open
    Kevin Anderson was the outsider when he defeated home-grown Andy Roddick on the way to winning his second title on the ATP World Tour at Delray Beach Tennis Center in 2012. The lanky South African became so enamored by the tennis and the surroundings...
  • Delray Beach Open

    Delray Beach Open
    When: Friday-Feb. 22 Where: Delray Beach Stadium and Tennis Center, 30 NW 1 Ave. ATP World Tour: Monday-Feb. 23 — With defending champion Marin Cilic withdrawing (shoulder injury), 2012 champ Kevin Anderson is the top-ranked player in the...
  • Field for Miami Open in Key Biscayne is star-studded

    Field for Miami Open in Key Biscayne is star-studded
    Although participation in the Miami Open is mandatory in most cases for top players, it's still impressive to see 74 of the top 75 ranked men and each of the top 75 ranked women have comitted to play in the March 23- April 5 event in Key Biscayne. The...
  • Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic advance at Australian Open

    MELBOURNE, Australia — As a first-time dad with a baby at home, Novak Djokovic could see merits in the tale of Serena Williams' mid-match espresso that has been brewing in the lead-up to the Australian Open. Hey, he reckons, why not open up the...
  • Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic Roll In Australian Open 1st-Round Matches

    Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic Roll In Australian Open 1st-Round Matches
    MELBOURNE, Australia — Serena Williams claims to suffer from nerves and jitters before her first-round matches at the Grand Slams. She certainly didn't show it, winning her first set in 21 minutes on Tuesday night on the way to a 6-0, 6-4 win over...
  • Serena Williams is only U.S. singles player still in the U.S. Open

    We may now have to think about Serena Williams as Custer, because she represents the last stand at the U.S. Open tennis tournament. That is, the last U.S. player standing. When the day began Saturday at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center, there...
  • Patrick McEnroe steps down as head of U.S. tennis development

    NEW YORK -- Patrick McEnroe said on Wednesday he was stepping down from his role as head of player development for the U.S. Tennis Association after more than six years in the job. McEnroe, the former captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team, ESPN analyst and...
  • John Isner, Sam Querrey are rays of hope for U.S. men's tennis

    John Isner, Sam Querrey are rays of hope for U.S. men's tennis
    The dark clouds that have hung over U.S. men's tennis for a while now lifted just a bit Thursday. Think of it mostly as the sun peeking through. The highest-ranked U.S. male, big-serving, 6-foot-9 John Isner, cruised through to the third round and was...