What Makes A Great Doubles Player?

There are many ways to describe doubles: fast-paced, thrilling and nail-biting among them. Doubles players show a wide variety of jaw-dropping shots and skills that make for compelling competition. Over the course of the next nine weeks, some of the best doubles players in the world will analyse key elements of

Cabal/Farah’s ‘Dream Come True’ At Wimbledon 2019

“We won Wimbledon! Can you believe it?,” Farah asked Cabal while they were locked in the most emotional embrace of their sporting lives. “You’d better believe it because we just did it!,” answered Cabal, still not completely aware of what he was saying. The quick exchange between Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert

Andre Agassi: From Rebel To Philosopher

In the 12th profile of a series on the 26 players to rise to No. 1 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, ATPTour.com looks back on the career of Andre Agassi. View Full List First Week As No. 1: 10 April 1995Total Weeks At No. 1: 101Year-End No. 1: 1999 As No. 1Agassi first

Ram To Give Coaching The Old College Try

Many college tennis players dream of using their time as a student-athlete to propel themselves to ATP Tour success. The men’s team at the University of California, Berkeley, will have the chance to learn from a player who has done just that. Rajeev Ram, No. 9 in the FedEx ATP Doubles

Ashe’s Wimbledon Win Over Connors, 45 Years On

Editor's Note: But for the COVID-19 pandemic, Wimbledon would now be underway. During the next two weeks ATPTour.com will look back on memorable matches and happenings at the grass-court Grand Slam. This story was originally published on 5 July 2015. On the walls of Le Negresco hangs a portrait of Louis

Resurfaced: The Best Job In Tennis?

Editor's Note: But for the COVID-19 pandemic, Wimbledon would now be underway. During the next two weeks ATPTour.com will look back on memorable matches and happenings at the grass-court Grand Slam. This story was originally published on 29 June 2014. One visitor to the All England Club has occupied seat number

Challenger At Home: Michael Mmoh

In the fifth episode, Michael Mmoh talks about the movement towards racial equality and social justice and how he's been inspired by the recent wave of activism. The 22-year-old also provides an update on his training and gives us a tour of his new home... Embracing the unexpected and seizing

Maple Syrup on Pizza? Tsitsipas Calls Double Fault!

On a recent episode of Tennis United, co-host Vasek Pospisil revealed that he enjoys maple syrup on his pizza crust. Reigning Nitto ATP Finals champion Stefanos Tsitsipas was firm in his disagreement. “That’s a double fault!”  Tsitsipas and WTA star Naomi Osaka answered a series of questions during the segment, including: Does

Locker Room Confessions: Inside the Isner-Mahut Epic

When Craig Boynton walked into the seeded players' locker room at the All England Club on 23 June 2010, his charge, John Isner, was beyond exhausted. “For a brief period of time, a minute or two, he was talking and it didn’t make sense. It was gibberish. He was so depleted,”

Natural Born Winner: Federer A Cut Above On Grass

An 18-year-old Roger Federer played his first ATP Tour match on grass at the 1999 Fever-Tree Championships. Byron Black, who never won a title on the surface, defeated him 6-3, 6-0. Little did anyone know that Federer would become the greatest on grass. The Swiss’ first big breakthrough on the surface