Numbers Don’t Lie: Roger Federer Has Never Been So Dominant

The first Masters 1000 of the season is underway at Indian Wells. Provided that the rest of the "Big Four" are either sidelined or...
Rafael Nadal

Injury Setback: Is Rafael Nadal’s Time at the Top Over?

Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the Acapulco Open due to an injury setback. This is becoming a foregone conclusion with the Spaniard either...

1968: The Year That Changed Tennis

In an introduction to a new series, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back at 1968, the year that tennis finally went “Open”,...

Roger Federer Becomes World #1 For First Time Since 2012

Roger Federer further cemented his legacy as the greatest tennis player of all time on Friday by returning to the summit of men’s tennis....

Where Does Roger Federer Stand in the Tennis and Sporting Pantheons?

Last weekend, Roger Federer literally went where no man has gone before, by becoming the first male tennis player to reach the landmark of...
Roger Federer

The Five Finest Australian Open Men’s Singles Finals

With Finals Weekend upon us, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks back at the five finest Australian Open Men’s Singles Finals. This year’s...

The Five Finest Australian Open Women’s Singles Finals

With Finals Weekend upon us, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks back at the five finest Australian Open Women’s Singles Finals. Few, if...

The Five Finest Australian Open Men’s Champions–Including Roger Federer

Our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks back at the five finest Australian Open Men’s Singles Champions. The stature of the five finest Australian...

Feliciano Lopez on the Cusp of Undesired All-Time ATP Losses Record

Feliciano Lopez lost in the opening round of the Australian Open to Sam Querrey in three routine sets, but that loss actually got him...

The Five Finest Australian Open Women’s Champions Including Serena Williams

Countdown to Melbourne: With the 2018 Australian Open now just a few days away, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, takes a look back...