The Endangered Rivalry: Jon Wertheim Talks Fedal by Megan Fernandez

Photos ©Enrique Fernandez for Global Village Tennis News The Endangered Rivalry: Jon Wertheim Talks Fedal By Megan Fernandez The friendliest rivalry in sports sure seems like a stranger these days. Eighteen months ago, Roger Federer and … [Read more...]

Gracias, Bogota by Junior Williams

  Gracias, Bogota   By Junior Williams I had a lot on my mind as my flight from Miami touched down at Bogota,Colombia's El Dorado Airport Wednesday afternoon. Most prominent was whether or not I would regret my maiden voyage to … [Read more...]

Davis Cup: Fish Keeps U.S. in World Group By Junior Williams

Davis Cup: Fish Keeps U.S. in World Group Clinches Victory in 5-set Thriller Over Colombia By Junior Williams   BOGOTA - Mardy Fish wore red, white and blue today -- but red wasn't part of the plan. The American's blood-stained shirt … [Read more...]

Bogota Bonus: Some Observations on Davis Cup by Junior Williams

Bogota Bonus: Some Observations on Davis Cup By Junior Williams Fenway Park comes to Colombia: The bullring scoreboard consists of cards with numbers on them, and if you want to know the in-game score, you'll have to memorize the umpire's … [Read more...]

Switch to Fish Completes a Winning Dish by Junior Williams

Davis Cup: Switch to Fish Pays Off for U.S. Four-Set Doubles Victory Gives Americans 2-1 Edge Over Colombia By Junior Williams BOGOTA - The United States Davis Cup team is one win away from returning to the World Group, and denying … [Read more...]

“Uncle Sam is in Trouble” – USA and Colombia at 1-1 on Day One of the Davis Cup World Group Play-offs by Junior Williams

USA and Colombia at 1-1 on Day One of the World Group Play-offs By Junior Williams BOGOTA - Sunday is guaranteed to have meaning in the Davis Cup World Group Play-off showdown between the United States and Colombia, as both teams … [Read more...]