WASHINGTON, August 25, 2021 (by Michael Dickens) The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer is the story of Roger Federer’s life and the longevity of his brilliant career, told on both an intimate and grand scale […]
International Blog – Michael Dickens The novel coronavirus pandemic has upended the tennis world since mid-March. While there’s no tournament play on the immediate horizon – July 13 at the earliest if we’re lucky – it’s caused players and fans, […]
International Blog – Michael Dickens It’s been said that sports are a habit, something which provides us with a rhythm that sometimes we barely notice. Until now, when we don’t have sports like tennis. Well, tennis will be back – […]
International Blog – Michael Dickens Since 2016, Garbiñe Muguruza’s tennis career has been defined by a series of peaks and valleys. As the Spaniard mounts a comeback in 2020, she’s literally climbed to the mountaintop. Now, Muguruza’s in a good space. […]
International Blog – Michael Dickens With another tennis season finished and the decade almost complete, I’ve been enjoying a brief, holiday respite from the Centre Courts of the world by reading a book I’ve been wanting to re-visit for a […]
International Blog – Michael Dickens One of the cardinal rules of sports journalism is “no cheering in the press box.” But just this once, I could live with the shame. Early Sunday evening, as I watched Daniil Medvedev win his […]
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