Muster Downed But Not Out

Sadly, Thomas Muster was knocked out in the first round of the Nord LB Open by Conar Niland, ranked 165th in the world. The match wasn’t real close (6-2, 6-1), but Muster himself said it was to be expected considering he only began training about three weeks ago. This doesn’t mark the end of Thomas […]

West Side Tennis Club Stadium in Jeopardy

Sounds like the famous West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, former home of the U.S. Open, is up to its ears in debt – $2.85 million to be exact. And to pay off this debt, the club’s members are seriously considering selling the now little-used main stadium to a local developer. The Wall Street […]

Be Careful On Your Way Out Federer

After Federer’s loss to Berdych, the “traditional” journalists are beginning to echo my prediction that the end is near for Fed. Fox Sports asked yesterday, Is the Roger Federer Era Over? And The Wall Street Journal wonders if perhaps the reign of Federer is over and the age of the big (read: tall) man has […]