Slammin’ Stan wins US Open

  —- When you’ve won 11 of your last finals, including 3 slams, it’s no longer a fluke. Stan Wawrinka, who won the 2014 Australian, 2015 French and 2016 US Opens, now only… Continue reading

Who’s Hopin’ at The Open

Will Serena make history? Will Andy unseat Novak? Here’s who’s hot, and not, coming into the US Open.  —– Novak Djokovic says he’s dealt with a wrist injury and private matters this summer.… Continue reading

Pliskova, Cilic chilling in Cincy — win WS Open

  With many players recovering from the Rio Olympics, Karolina Pliskova and Marin Cilic survived the rain of Mason, Ohio to beat the world’s top players and capture their first crowns at the… Continue reading

Steve Johnson afire in Cincy heat

  One of the greatest college tennis players ever, USC’s Steve Johnson had to learn about losing on the ATP tour. He’s also figuring out to win, and he electrified the American crowd… Continue reading

Rising stars shine in Cincinnati

  Borna Coric, Nick Kyrgios, Reilly Opelka and Sasha Zverev are among an exciting new generation of players with bright futures. They are talented, dynamic and fun to photograph at the Western and… Continue reading

Murray passes Raonic to win Wimbledon

— Big serves get the hype but passing shots often win at Wimbledon. Think Borg passing McEnroe, or Federer passing Roddick. Great returners and passers such as Agassi, Nadal and Djokovic all won… Continue reading

Juniors with Futures: Felix AA, Shapovalov, Sigouin, Blancaneaux

Thanks to Milos Raonic and good coaching, a new generation of Canadian juniors beat everyone at Roland Garros 2016 except the eventual champion Geoffrey Blancaneaux. Photos by Christopher Johnson for Grand Slam Magazine.… Continue reading