taken from Nikon to Infinity’s flickr The pro tours were all over the desert this week, playing tournaments in Vegas, Dubai, and Doha. The ATP also had a stop in Acapulco. The trophies looked pretty good this week. We had birds, ships, and even an oversized tennis ball. What else can we expect from Dubai […]
Potito with his doubles partner Martin Vasallo at the Acapulco ATP Open this past week: Official Potito Starace website (Italian) Official website (English)
On March 2, 2007, Augustin Calleri had to retire in his semifinal match at the Mexican Open against Juan Ignacio Chela because of a leg injury. Poor guy.
Gah. The YouTube/Viacom saga affects the tennis world, too. Here’s a story about Erich, who got his YouTube account cancelled after both the USTA (post-U.S. Open) and Tennis Australia lodged complaints about the videos. He’d started posting clips on YouTube last year: Most of his clips, he says, even from smaller tournaments, would make it […]
from the Wimbledon website Now that the LTA has finished overhauling its coaching team with the addition of Paul Annacone and Brad Gilbert, they begin their focus on its tennis facilities. While costs of the new facility remain top secret, reports floating in the press hint at 40 million pounds (78 million dollars), a price […]