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American Hope – Is Men’s Tennis in the US on the Rise?

American Hope – Is Men’s Tennis in the US on the Rise?

A few years ago I wrote a couple blog articles on the sad state of American tennis, one a bit more straightforward—Houston, We Have a Problem—and one a bit more mythological: American Men’s Tennis and the Cycle of Ages. At ...

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Looking for the Next Great Player – Part Two: Candidates of Greatness

Looking for the Next Great Player – Part Two: Candidates of Greatness

Revisiting the Benchmarks: the Pace of Greatness To recap the last installment, we have clear benchmarks that all true greats (6+ Slam winners) hold in common: Before their 19th birthday: Ranked in the top 100 Before their 20th birthday: Ranked ...

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Open Era Generations, Part Ten: Gen 8 (1969-73) – American Supernova

Open Era Generations, Part Ten: Gen 8 (1969-73) – American Supernova

Last of the Great Americans The United States has always been central to men’s tennis, from early greats like Richard Sears, William Larned, and Bill Tilden to the “golden age” of the 30s to 50s, with stars like Ellsworth Vines, ...

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Down the T #3: Michael Chang Interview

Down the T #3: Michael Chang Interview

We’re joined on our latest installment of “Down The T” by Michael Chang, the 1989 French Open champion, and winner of multiple singles titles on the men’s tour. A big thank you to Rebecca Brown of the Chang Family Foundation ...

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