Category Archives: Tennis

Clay Season Ramps Up in Monte Carlo

Unless you’re in France, Spain, or South America, clay is probably your least favorite of the three tennis surfaces. In the United States, Roland Garros and its red-dirted stepchildren tend to take

The What-If Game: Tory Zawacki Never Looks Back, But Uses Past Experiences in New Work at ESPN

There are many different ways to get to Flushing for the US OPEN, such as buses, the 7 subway line, and even the dreadful torture known as the Long Island Rail Road. Driving is even

EASTERN EUROPEAN DICTATORS, TENNIS CHAMPS AND ROGER’S LAST RUN

THE U.S. OPEN PREVIEW There are many story lines colliding at this week’s U.S. OPEN.  Will Serena continue her domination over the women’s brackets, being that she is one of the main

Fashion Neon at the U.S. Open Qualifying Rounds

Neon: blinding colors for the generation!!! This is the trend in 2013 sportswear!! After the bold reintroduction last fall during fashion week, celebrities and athletes alike have dominated the blogosphere highlighting the

17-Year Old Jared Donaldson Finding Out He Belongs at US Open Qualifying

On Tuesday, August 20, 2013, the US Open Tennis qualifying tournament began at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in Flushing Meadows, New York. Young pros from around the world

One Match Was One Too Many For Maria Sharapova and Jimmy Connors

What is a teacher? I’ll tell you: it isn’t someone who teaches something, but someone who inspires the student to give of her best in order to discover what she already knows.” 

Key Questions For The US Open

In less than 1 week, New York City will host the 2013 US Open of tennis in what is invariably one of the great sporting events of the year. As the last

BIGGEST STAGE IN TENNIS JUST DAYS AWAY

It’s that time of the year again for tennis fans to get excited. The biggest event in the sport, the Wimbledon Championship, begins next Monday, June 24. In this major, some legacies

Women’s History Month: Q&A with TV Host and Producer, Mayleen Ramey

Everyday this month, Double G Sports will be featuring interviews from prominent women in the sports industry as our way of celebrating Women’s History Month. This project is in its 2nd year. 

Williams toe injury could hamper Australia efforts

Perennial tennis betting favourite, Serena Williams’ preparations for the Australian Open have received a major blow after the world number three underwent toe surgery on a persistent injury that puts her chances

World Team Tennis Feature: John McEnroe vs. Andre Agassi

  If you can’t make it to the US Open in Flushing, NY, one of the major Grand Slam titles to be won on the ATP World Tour, there is another place