- n a game played with rackets by two or four players who hit a ball back and forth over a net that divides the court
- Nets are prepared for play on Centre Court at the Wimbledon tennis championships in London June 22, 2008.
- PTI presents a historical look at the world's premier tennis tournament.
- BREAK POINT: Nadal wants to project a more mature image and develop interests beyond tennis.
News & Articles
- SLIDESHOW | Tennis grows in South Whidbey parks programs
The first tennis program through the South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District hit its maximum number of students at 12, and there are plenty more classes ahead this summer.
June 16, 2013 - South Whidbey Record
- Review: Tennis great Jimmy Connors defends more than the baseline in memoir
The St. Louis area has produced several world-class tennis players, including Wimbledon champions Arthur Ashe and the doubles team of Ken Flach and Robert Seguso. But the player who scrawled the name St. Louis on the map was tennis' original bad boy, Jimmy Connors.
June 16, 2013 - Tulsa World
- TENNIS: Michelle Gbelama used NJTL of Trenton as a springboard to a championship at Drew
The National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton (NJTLT) is an after-school and summer program designed to teach kids math and literacy using tennis as a backdrop. While some have really perfected their game on the NJTLT’s facility in Mercer County Park, the aim of the program is to get third- to sixth-graders back on track, academically.
June 15, 2013 - Pennington Post
- Roger Federer in The Associated Press
I have almost no words anymore watching this,Federer said. "It's beyond anything I've ever seen and could imagine. I don't know how their bodies must feel the next day, the next week, the next month. This is incredible tennis."
- Serena Williams in FanHouse (blog)
I want to sincerely apologize FIRST to the lineswoman, Kim Clijsters, the USTA and mostly to tennis fans everywhere for my inappropriate outburst,Williams said in a statement. "I'm a woman of great pride, faith and integrity, and I admit...
- Andy Roddick in Lewiston Sun Journal
He was playing flawless tennis,Roddick said. "He played an almost perfect first set. It took some of my best stuff today to get through that. I thought I played really well. I think I had to."