Denis Shapovalov on the gender pay gap in tennis: “Unfortunately, it seems that if you are a female player, your chances of surviving as a pro are a lot lower … because you are a woman.”
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Tennis player Jessica Pegula opens up about her mom’s cardiac arrest: “This is a story about my mother, my family, and the past year.”
Moja historia jest inna, ale to jest ok.
This is Iga Świątek: “My story isn’t like a lot of other athletes.”
Taylor Townsend on her transformative journey back to the U.S. Open: “I’ve always felt like I had something to prove, and I don’t think that will ever go away.”
Stan Wawrinka is ready for Wimbledon: “I did not know if I would ever make it back. But I loved tennis too much not to try.”
On this episode of Blindsided, we welcome Taylor Townsend.
Taylor Townsend in her own words: “All I wanted — pretty much all I ever wanted, my whole life — was to play tennis.”
Brittany Collens wants you to stand up for the college athletes who need it: “The NCAA has no moral compass.”
On Sunday at Roland Garros the ATP completed its third Grand Slam event of 2020. Initially hoping to allow 10,000+ spectators daily, the rising case figures and
I’m begging you, we have to listen — we have to follow instructions.
Across all sports, athletes are finding ways to stay active and healthy.
Venus Williams shares her path to success in running her two businesses, V Starr and EleVen, and how it starts with valuing employees.
When Monica Puig was in grade school, her teachers opened the door for her to see a world of possibilities. She hasn't looked back since. Together, they reflect
Marin Cilic explains how a matchup in the jungle on vacation may have helped Federer win the Australian Open.
US Open champion Sloane Stephens reflects on her 2017 journey, making her comeback after an 11-month injury to win the US Open.
I understand how far I can go ... and I’ve figured out what I have to do to get there. And now I just have to put it all together, you know? That’s it. There’s
When I faced off against John Isner [at the 2016 U.S. Open], I could feel how hungry the crowd was for an American success story. I want to be that guy so badly
Before my first match back from suspension, it seemed like everyone in my life only wanted to know one thing.
I am at a crossroads in my career, having fulfilled my original goals in tennis, while remaining short of the accomplishments of my idols.
I sat back and was like, Whoa, I’m this kid from Lincoln, Nebraska and I’m hanging out with OBJ.
A collection of memorable images from the 2016 US Open
This year’s U.S. Open is one of the most important tournaments of my career.
I’ll allow you one — one! — Ferrari. The red one, the one you’re dreaming about when you go to sleep tonight after winning that under-12s title.