Flipkens Talks About Relationship with Clijsters

By Barbara Galiza (February 26, 2013) Florianópolis - This week, at 27, Kirsten Flipkens reached the highest ranking of her career - 31st - and became Belgium’s No. 1 tennis player for the first time. Her happiness, however, was short-lived. … [Read more...]

At No. 3 Hits and Giggles at the Nike NYC Lights on, Lights Out News Conference

During the week before the US Open begins, what we like to refer to as Party Patrol week, Nike brought out its big stars in an exhibition on Pier 54 in New York City. Along with Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka … [Read more...]

Jon Wertheim Talks Fedal Rivalry with Megan Fernandez at No. 4 on the Greatest Hits Countdown

Megan Fernandez caught up with Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated during the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters tournament this past August to talk Federer-Nadal. At number 4 on the 2010 Greatest Hits Countdown: The Endangered … [Read more...]

USA TODAY Golf and Tennis Editor Joe Fleming on Approach Shots

Journalism veteran and current USA TODAY golf and tennis editor Joe Fleming took a few questions on how his periodical approaches the coverage of tennis. Global Village Tennis News: As both the golf and tennis editor of USA TODAY what are the … [Read more...]

Seven Questions with “Strokes of Genius” Author L. Jon Wertheim

An Interview with "Strokes of Genius" author L. Jon Wertheim by Karen Flax-Jardine To diehard tennis fans L. Jon Wertheim is known for writing the weekly "Tennis Mailbag" for the SI.com website. Wertheim is a senior member of … [Read more...]

Althea Gibson Inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame

Newark, NJ, May 3, 2009- Althea Gibson was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame on Sunday during a ceremony at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. She was part of the "Class of 2009" which included - Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Jon Bon Jovi, F. … [Read more...]

Kourtin’ Karen’s MSG Scoreboard

15 - 0 Tennis is back at Madison Square Garden after almost a decade absence! The snow did not stop the show! The greatest disservice done by both the ATP and WTA tours was the day that they moved their respective Year End Championships out … [Read more...]