Miami courts too slow – Rusedski

April 3, 2012

By Greg Rusedski

All the talk at the Miami Masters Series was again about the top four and if Roger Federer would be able to continue his amazing run. Miami is a tough event to win immediately after Indian Wells due to its slower conditions, heavy humidity and at times; strong winds.

Roddick leads movement for ATP change

January 18, 2012

By Martyn Herman 

Andy Roddick on Friday insisted that tennis players must adopt “one voice” to push through changes to the ATP Tour but that may not be as easy as it seems despite the general feeling of solidarity.

Tales from tennis’ fifth major

April 5, 2011

Greg Rusedski writes exclusively for Reuters thanks to Thomson Reuters’ sponsorship of the Lawn Tennis Association.

New Orleans Saints win Super Bowl: How It Happened

February 7, 2010

New Orleans Saints 31 Indianapolis Colts 17 … Saints win Super Bowl … this is how it happened.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Soul of soccer survives in Florida

April 21, 2009

One of the most appealing aspects of football is that, unlike with most sports, you can find the passion of the game in almost every corner of the world, often hidden away in the most unlikely places.

Serena survives scare as women’s tennis continues to enthral

April 1, 2009

serenaSerena Williams just survived a real scare against China’s Li Na at the Sony Ericsson Open here at Key Biscayne, Miami. The world number one’s bid to reach her sixth title in this event hung in the balance during a second set tie-break after she had made a dreadful start losing the first set 6-4.