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The Red, White and Blue Rolls in the Parisian Dirt
Richard-John Mensing, Jr.
Sportswriter/Media Contributor & Sports Performance Coach and ...
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.
How Much Will U.S. Open Tickets Cost If America Has to Wait 67 Years for Their Next Champ
Barring a miracle, this year's U.S. Open will mark the 10th consecutive year that a U.S. man fails to win. The U.S. Open was first played in 1881, and it wasn't until 1926 that a non-American won the tournament.
Is Ryan Harrison The Future Of American Tennis?
Ryan Harrison is supposed to be the new face of American tennis. In his second U.S. Open though, the brash 19-year-old with the floppy hair and the big forehand looked more like a big flop than anything else.
Reenergizing American Tennis
Senior Fellow, Georgetown Public Policy Institute
The U.S. Tennis Association's $3 million ad campaign doesn't address the fundamental problem with American tennis today: developing better, smarter and more consistent American tennis players.
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