What's the best way to top off a middling and Dave Matthews Band-filled career of harrumphs and hair gel? Sue a charity. The recently retired Andy Roddick, who went to high school in Boca Raton and was the sport's most stalwart bro, has done just that.
Chris Evert and her brother, John, run a tennis academy in Boca Raton.Mike Greenberg has a reputation as a geek, a nerd, the nonathlete part of the duo that hosts the eponymous, nationally simulcast morning talk show Mike and Mike in the Morning. But Greenberg grew up playing tennis and has appar ... More >>
That's video from the tantrum that Serena Williams threw on Saturday to lose match point in the U.S. Open semifinals against Kim Clijsters. It was so compelling that it upstaged the feel-good story of Clijsters winning the title yesterday after two years away from competitive tennis following the bi ... More >>
Flickr: azzurri_nr1Serena's on pace to add her fourth (and second consecutive) U.S. Open title.As we come down the final stretch of tennis' U.S. Open, the draws are conspicuously lacking in South Floridians. Only Serena Williams of Palm Beach Gardens has made it to the tournament's quarterfinals ... More >>
Flickr User: robynwElena Dementieva, the fourth-ranked female player, keeps a place in BocaIt's the city where the three best American men at Wimbledon perfected their games, as well as the fourth-ranked woman in the women's circuit. It's home to the tennis academy of one of the best female playe ... More >>
Flickr User: huyenJesse LevineWith Roger Federer looming, Andy Roddick may be the only one of the three tennis players from Boca Raton who has a chance to win Wimbledon -- and a slight one at that. Mardy Fish has looked better than his 28 ranking. But the real Cinderella is 21-year-old Jesse Levine, ... More >>
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