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Rising powerhouse Germany halts U.S. hopefuls Stephens, McHale

Germany's sporting recovery has begun, at the expense of Sloane Stephens and Christina McHale. Two of America's top prospects left Wimbledon a bit discouraged during Friday's third round, but knowing they had competed admirably against formidable ... SI.com, 1 day ago

A fresh face gets taste of big stage

NEW YORK -- The first time she heard the news, 17-year-old Christina McHale thought there had to be some mistake. The night match? Arthur Ashe Stadium? She was able to calm herself some, but each time a new text popped in, each time someone ...
 SI.com1 day ago

Speaking truth to stupid

By Maria-Christina Doulami WITH The Newsroom Season 3 having just begun and Kill the Messenger hitting the big screens recently, journalism returns to centre stage. Not that it ever left. But right now it seems this vocation is all the more ...
 Cyprus Mail3 weeks ago

Americans' prospects at U.S. Open

Previewing the American players' prospects for the U.S. Open, which begins next Monday: Serena Williams: There's a segment of the tennis media that doesn't believe a word she says at any time, so there was a fair amount of skepticism over her ...
 SI.com1 day ago New U.S. citizen Varvara Lepchenko is the last American standing at the French Open.  SI.com1 day ago

American prospects leave mark on chaotic U.S. Open women's draw

That's it, I give up. In the wake of rampant chaos in the women's draw, I was hoping at least Francesca Schiavone could hold up her end, just to preserve the elements of style and panache in a U.S. Open gone bland. No such luck; the gallant ...
 SI.com1 day ago

Dick Enberg tribute and thoughts on U.S. Open media coverage

It was some of the finest tennis ever witnessed on a major stage, and as the Novak Djokovic-Rafael Nadal final unfolded at the U.S. Open on Monday evening, CBS viewers were treated to a measured, informative telecast in the worthy hands of Dick ...
 SI.com1 day ago

Aussie Open TV coverage notes

It has long been ESPN's intention to dominate coverage of the Grand Slam events, and as the Australian Open hits its first-week stride, we're seeing clear-cut evidence of the plan. Tennis Channel remains a vibrant entry, with a measure of live ...
 SI.com1 day ago

U.S. Open organizers should wise up and bail on 'Super Saturday'

There was a time when the U.S. Open could act independently of the majors on scheduling issues, counting on the tournament's decidedly American flavor and the notion that sports fans build an entire weekend around "Super Saturday." When is ...
 SI.com1 day ago

Enduring 'tennis dads' continue to make trouble for their offspring

So much has changed in tennis since the turbulent, historic "boom" of the 1970s. Wooden rackets are collectors' items, just about everyone hits the two-handed backhand, hotheads have been silenced by instant replay, and string technology replaced ...
 SI.com1 day ago

Indian Wells shows Isner's time is now, while WTA faces trying times

One of the best and wittiest of all sports broadcasters, Hank Greenwald, was working an NBA game with the legendary Bill King in the 1970s when Rick Barry stepped to the free-throw line. The Warriors were down by two points with about a second left ...
 SI.com1 day ago
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