Duckhee Lee Breaks Ground For Deaf Athletes In Winston-Salem

As a child, Duckhee Lee was discouraged by others to pursue his dreams of being a professional tennis player. The 21-year-old South Korean firmly proved his naysayers wrong on Monday at the Winston-Salem Open, defeating Henri Laaksonen 7-6(4), 6-1 to become the first deaf player to win an ATP Tour

Tiafoe Inspires Young Essay Winners In Winston-Salem

Frances Tiafoe is all about giving back. The #NextGenATP American regularly puts his hands up for kids’ clinics and autograph sessions whenever he competes at ATP Tour events. He did just that on Sunday at the Winston-Salem Open, holding a Q&A and autograph session with several kids ages 11-17. The

Djokovic Leaps Over Pouille Hurdle To Reach Cincinnati Semis

In the Australian Open semi-finals, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic lost just four games across three sets against Frenchman Lucas Pouille in just 83 minutes. It was clear from just minutes into their Western & Southern Open quarter-final Friday evening that this would be a much closer match. But still,

Who Will Step Up To Reach Cincy SF? View Preview & Schedule

Well-known veterans and the game's youth both will be looking to book semi-final appearances on Friday at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. Japanese qualifier Yoshihito Nishioka will try to keep his dream run going when he faces 16th seed David Goffin of Belgium. Nishioka upset countryman and World No. 5

Khachanov Battles Past Kyrgios In Cincy

© Peter Staples/ATP Tour Karen Khachanov hits 13 aces on Wednesday and advances to the third round in Cincinnati. This article contains: Russian wins their first FedEx ATP Head2Head meeting Russian

Why Medvedev Embraces His ‘Weird’ And ‘Sloppy’ Tennis

Former Top 5 player Brad Gilbert’s best-selling book ‘Winning Ugly’ showed recreational tennis players how to win with strategy and mental warfare in lieu of flashy groundstrokes. It's safe to say Daniil Medvedev fits the mold. “He has a very weird game. It’s very sloppy, but a good sloppy,” said Stefanos

Kyrgios: ‘This Makes Me Happy’

Nick Kyrgios consistently participates in kids’ clinics as he travels the world on the ATP Tour. At the Citi Open, the ATP 500 tournament he won two weeks ago, the Aussie spent a lot of time playing ping pong with any and all challengers. And after defeating Italian Lorenzo Sonego on

Nadal Withdraws From Cincinnati

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© Peter Staples/ATP Tour Rafael Nadal will miss the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. This article contains: Spaniard won his 35th ATP Masters 1000 title in Montreal Rafael Nadal's chase

Preview: Nadal To Go For 35th ATP Masters 1000 Title Vs. Medvedev

Forget the “King of Clay”, a nickname that doesn't truly reflect Rafael Nadal's mastery of all surfaces during his legendary ATP Tour career. How about “King of Masters”? Nadal already owns the most ATP Masters 1000 wins in the series' 30-year history, 380, two better than longtime rival Roger Federer. The