Venus Williams, photographed by Norman Jean Roy, speaks to Citizens of Humanity about a wide range of topics, from her career longevity, to her role models, to her role as an outspoken leader among players on the WTA Tour.
Fresh peach: Melanie Oudin. (Images courtesy of Wilson) Though 2011 has been a rough go for 2009 US Open quarterfinalist Oudin, the Georgia peach remains a sparkly and upbeat personality on the WTA. The former adidas-clad (remember those shoes?) is now sporting Wilson, and she makes her way toward the Open with a larger question […]
Martina, unplugged: TSF was able to nab an elated (and somewhat breathless) Martina Hingis last night following her World Team Tennis triumph in NYC. We got a few Qs in before the five-time Slam winner was whisked away to sign autographs for kids. They’re below. TSF: Tell us more about your line with Tonic. What […]
With the Tribeca Film Festival kicking off this week, TSF is looking forward to no film more than Renee, a documentary about famed tennis player Renee Richards and her controversial decision to play on the women’s tennis tour after going through sexual reassignment surgery in the 1970s. We got the chance to chat with Eric […]
Walking up to the grounds for day one of Wimbledon in 2009, I was surprised to hear most English tennis fans weren’t really talking about Andy Murray or the Rafa-Roger rivalry, but instead about the new starlet of British tennis: Laura Robson. The year before, Laura had won the Girl’s Singles title at Wimbledon, becoming […]