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The Red, White and Blue Rolls in the Parisian Dirt

Richard-John Mensing, Jr. | Posted 06.08.2016 | Sports
Richard-John Mensing, Jr.

In a sport full of so much global talent and in a country desperate for the next wave of great American champions, the play of several teenagers in Paris raises hope for the future of tennis.

The Open: My Season of Gain and Pain - A Tale of Tennis, Love and Loss

Joel Drucker | Posted 10.20.2014 | Sports
Joel Drucker

That so much has happened around the US Open is only fitting. My late wife often observed that the "Open" was the only one of tennis' four majors that described a state of being. Stay open, she advised, and good things will happen. She was correct.

Yes, Virginia, Consumers Won a Couple in Washington

Art Brodsky | Posted 02.21.2012 | Technology
Art Brodsky

Treasure this past week in Washington. It's not often -- no, it never happens -- that that consumers get a multitude of good tidings from Washington. Is it too much to hope that this is the start of a trend?

Will Comcast's "Racquet-eers" Put the Squeeze on the Net?

Art Brodsky | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Art Brodsky

Every once in a while, an obscure bureaucratic notice can crack open some wide vistas of unintended understanding. So it was when the FCC recently addressed a complaint filed by the Tennis Channel against Comcast.

Tennis Channel Ratings, Profile Growing

New York Times | STUART MILLER | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Roger Federer, Justine Henin and the Williams sisters have all been upset at the French Open, but one major player seems to be on something of a winni...

Newsday Rejects Tennis Channel Ad Criticizing Parent Company Cablevision

New York Times | RICHARD SANDOMIR | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Newsday last week rejected an advertisement from the Tennis Channel that sharply criticizes the newspaper's parent company, Cablevision, for not carry...

Tennis Channel Pulls Plug on Dubai, So Should the Players.

Dave Hollander | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Dave Hollander

Pundits love to complain these days that there are no more athletes with social conscience -- no more Arthur Ashes or Muhammad Alis. This can be Venus Williams' social conscience moment.

Tennis TV On The Brink: Network Execs Hoping For Huge Wimbledon Weekend

Hollywood Reporter | Steven Zeitchik | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Tennis Channel president Ken Solomon was sitting in his office on the grounds of the French Open in Paris six weeks ago when, rifling through some pre...

US Open Picked Up By ESPN, The Tennis Channel

New York Times | Richard Sandomir | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

ESPN and the Tennis Channel will start televising the United States Open starting next year through 2014, ending the USA Network's reign as the Open's...