Shravya and Josefina on the many ways the ATP has failed to live up to “Tennis United” (or any reasonable standard at all, really).
“Tennis is a mental game” is a commonly heard quote. Vansh looks into why mentality is so important and how it can be developed.
Manic laugher, part two.
Doubles tennis showcases plenty of astonishing skills. Why doesn’t the format resonate with a huge audience?
By Scott Barclay Crumbs had fallen, patterning down my chest, a peppery twist of biscuity brown popping against the navy blue dark of my school uniform jumper as they raced each other down folds and creases that were crying out to be ironed flat. There I was sprawled, a young boy returned from battle havingContinue reading “Tennis Origin Story #16: Scott Barclay”
Small margins, impossible outcomes, and “it” — tennis is a weird game.
Part Two of Jack Edward’s statistical dive into which WTA players lost to eventual tournament champions the most in 2021.
Vansh Vermani’s first run-in with tennis was accidental, but his journey into fandom was anything but.
Tennis: there and back again.
Jack Edward examines the WTA players who lost most frequently to the eventual champion of a tournament in 2021. Part one of a two-part series.