The spectre of coaching reappeared at the US Open as eighth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas became the highest-profile player to exit the tournament to date, having received a code violation that he blamed for
Félix Auger-Aliassime is the other Canadian tennis phenom—the one not named Denis Shapovalov. He’s been a phenom for a while. He won three titles at the Challenger and Futures levels, the men’s tour’s
MELBOURNE, Australia — There was nothing Stefanos Tsitsipas could do. He tried pressing forward, only to see Rafael Nadal’s whizzing replies fly beyond his reach. He tried staying patient, only to find
Think of every preconception you would normally have about a prodigiously talented 20-year-old athlete, and then toss them in the bin. For a start, Tsitsipas is not remotely immature, robotic, or jock-like.
I’ll come right out and say it: Julien Faraut’s John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection is the best tennis film ever made. Admittedly, the Venn diagram intersection of “tennis” and “film” and “genius”
Gael Monfils added another amazing shot to his growing list of ridiculous winners. By the time he retires, Monfils may have the most entertaining highlight reel ever and zero Grand Slams. That's Lamonf,