The Bjorn Borg Dear Rival campaign, in collaboration with NYU Stern professor Gavin Kilduff, shows that rivalry can both drive performance and compassion.
Must Watch Tennis All The Time wonders if foreskin, or the lack thereof, might be a reason why the Americans are failing miserably on the ATP Tour: People say that not being circumsized makes you have a lot more feeling in your penis. Maybe, somehow, this extra feeling in the penis makes them have extra […]
After reading about the latest Congress on Tennis Science and Technology held by the ITF Science & Technical Department, I thought I’d track down one of the guys who published a paper in conjunction with the event. Matt Downing, a student at the University of Bath, conducted studies that led to “The effect of temperature […]
Guga lives on: Columnist Charles Bricker lets us know that Guga is still months away from recovery, and likely can’t take advantage of a U.S. Open wildcard. In the meantime, you can enjoy this fan art. Monte Carlos Masters stays put: The organizers of this Masters Series tourney get to keep their mid-April date, their […]
Roger Federer entered this week’s French Open with a 2300-point lead over world #2 Rafael Nadal. By now we all know the reasons behind this lead. We’ve seen him play. Winners from all over the court, on the defensive, from in between the legs, or around the net post. Backhand overheads. Clutch shots coming out […]