February Madness begins on Friday, with eight World Group ties taking place around the world. Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan talk about what we can expect from the first round of Davis Cup play.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
The men’s final is setting up to be a defining match in the careers of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, two players with similar games and impressive victories during this fortnight Down Under. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan break down their title fight.
They both won their semis in straight sets, but Victoria Azarenka and Li Na enter the Australian Open final on different notes. Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan look back at their semifinal victories and break down the women’s title match.
Andy Murray holds the head-to-head edge and has had a far either path to the semis, but Roger Federer has never lost to the Scot at a Slam. Will that hold true once again? Steve Tignor and Ed McGrogan discuss a marquee men’s semifinal.
Many of this year’s Aussie Open quarters look great on paper, but will they be as compelling in practice? Reporting from Melbourne, Steve Tignor gives his thoughts on Stephens/Serena, Federer/Tsonga, Azarenka/Kuznetsova, and more matches.
The first marquee match of the 2013 Aussie Open is set, with Venus Williams facing Maria Sharapova on Day 5. Checking in from Melbourne, Steve Tignor predicts a winner, and looks at Novak Djokovic’s prospects for a third consecutive title.
A new season has begun, and already much has happened. Ed McGrogan, Peter Bodo, and Richard Pagliaro discuss the first two weeks’ worth of action, and look ahead to the Australian Open.