After two rounds of play, what have we learned from the Olympics? Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan recap the latest results, including Andy Roddick’s desultory loss, Venus Williams’ inspiring win, and the marathon between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Milos Raonic.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
It’s a debate that continues to divide opinion: Does tennis belong in the Olympics? We respond to your comments.
How are Andy Roddick’s medal chances in London; and, should mixed doubles even be a medal event? With the Olympics days away, Pete Bodo and Ed McGrogan address some of the hot topics surrounding tennis’ return to the All England Club.
Peter Bodo discussed a de facto U.S. National Championship and the state of Nadal’s injury in this week’s Racquet Scientist posts. We gauge your reaction in our follow-up podcast.
Wimbledon is behind us, but the tennis world returns to the All England Club in two weeks for the Olympics. Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan discuss the quick transition and the key players involved.
With the women’s final fresh in mind and a historic men’s final at hand, there’s plenty for Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan to discuss. We recap Serena’s win over Radwanska and look ahead to Federer-Murray.
Andy Murray’s four-set win over David Ferrer finalized the men’s final four. We discuss Wednesday’s quarterfinals and look ahead to the semifinals of both draws.