Jeanne Moutoussamy Ashe is Among the Honorees at Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program Gala

  New York, N.Y., May 28, 2013– The Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program (HJTEP) is set to celebrate its 41 years of service and dedication to its program participants on June 17 and 18. HJTEP’s year-long commemoration will begin on … [Read more...]

Say “No” to Best of Three

By Dave Seminara Why is it that tennis writers and former players always seem to be agitating for changes that would result in less tennis being played in the pro ranks? For years, we’ve been hearing that the Davis Cup shouldn’t be an annual … [Read more...]

“On The Call” with John and Patrick McEnroe

On Friday ESPN’s John and Patrick McEnroe discussed the US Open on a media conference call which begins Monday, August 27, with extensive coverage on ESPN2 and ESPN3.   Q.  Doing a story on your brother, Mark.  For both of you what does … [Read more...]

Davis Cup: Looking Back at US vs France in 2002 at Roland Garros

Tennis Panorama News will be covering the Davis Cup quarterfinal tie this weekend between the United States and France being held at the Monte Carlo Country Club. We’re taking a look back at  past ties between the two countries.   By … [Read more...]

Jamie Reynolds of ESPN on Approach Shots

Tennis Panorama News had the unique opportunity to visit the ESPN broadcast compound  and spend time in the control room in Melbourne during coverage of the Australian Open back in January. Senior Vice President of Event Production for ESPN Jamie … [Read more...]

Kourtin’ Karen’s Tennis Week in Review

Kourtin’ Karen’s tennis week in review for the week ending February 19, 2012 0- 15 Politics makes strange bedfellows Rotterdam Tournament Director and former Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek was a candidate for the top executive spot at … [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...]