| Aug 18, 2010
| 4:35 PM
Â Good morning all, Just wanted to give you a heads up that blog posts will be more scant today as I'm working on a groundbreaking, fascinating…or at very the least, interestingÂ column for tomorrow's paperÂ about men's tennis. Where did...
| Oct 28, 2009
| 1:34 PM
NEW YORK -- Andre Agassi's upcoming autobiography contains an admission he used crystal meth in 1997 and failed a drug test - a result thrown out after he lied by saying he "unwittingly" took the substance.
According to an excerpt of the autobiography...
| Nov 30, 2009
| 6:32 AM
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind (WXIN) - Organizers of the Indianapolis Tennis Championships have announced they plan to sell the sanctioning rights for the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) event.
The move, we're told, will likely cost the city the tournament...
| Jun 7, 2009
PARIS -- Oh, how Roger Federer savored every moment with his first French Open trophy.
He raised it overhead. He cradled it in the crook of his elbow. He closed his eyes and kissed it. He examined the names of other champions etched on its base. Even...
| Jun 9, 2009
Kids aren't into history these days. Too many old guys. Too many dead guys. Wars and issues and causes that chip your nails and get in the way of updating your Facebook page. Stuff that happened long ago, like, waaaay back in the last century.
| Jul 5, 2009
WIMBLEDON, England -- Roger Federer hoisted the trophy and celebrated making Grand Slam history, a year removed from an epic five-set final when he left Wimbledon a broken man, his title ripped away and his aura of invincibility shattered.
| Aug 17, 2009
| 1:11 PM
There's more fun in Springfield in this set from creator Matt Groening's long-running animated Fox series.
The season started in 2000 with the traditional "Treehouse of Horror" episode, and as it progressed, it involved quite a cast of guest voices: Drew...
| Feb 1, 2009
REPORTING FROM MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - There wasn't much to choose between Roger Federer's elegant, airy tennis -- silently played with all the angles calculated and covered -- and Rafael Nadal's elemental tennis, the grunting, noisy, spinning, whooshing...
| Sep 14, 2009
Always so cool, so consistent, so in control of his emotions and his matches, Roger Federer amazingly let the U.S. Open championship slip from his grasp.
Two points from victory against inexperienced, unheralded Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina, two...
| Aug 25, 2010
| 11:11 AM
The year's final major, the U.S. Open, gets going in Flushing, N.Y., this week, and with it comes the usual bevy of questions.
Is Roger Federer, after a relative dry spell, on the downslope of his career? Can Rafael Nadal finally win this tournament...