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People.com: Anna Kournikova Trades Pro Tennis for Biggest Loser Trainingupdated: Wed Sep 28 2011 06:48:00

The former No. 1 in women's doubles is now a full-time personal trainer

SI.com: Bruce Jenkins: Outmoded stadium leaves U.S. Open behind in Grand Slam arms raceupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 18:04:00

The U.S. Open opened Arthur Ashe Stadium to great fanfare in 1997, a state-of-the-art facility that seemed to represent everything great about big-time tennis in New York.

Off court battles of young tennis aceupdated: Thu Mar 10 2011 12:06:00

Victoria Duval has been described as the next Venus Williams. We look at the challenges she has faced on and off the court.

Forged in adversity: Haiti's teen tennis hope aims for the topupdated: Thu Mar 10 2011 12:06:00

Vickie Duval has been tipped to be the next Venus Williams, but tennis was the last thing on the teenager's mind when the devastating earthquake struck her native Haiti in 2010.

Going to extreme measures for child athletesupdated: Sat Jan 22 2011 22:30:00

Like many other American teens, 14-year-old Nick Heras wants to be a professional quarterback someday.

McEnroe brothers go head-to-head in fight to revive American tennisupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 11:33:00

As his successful but often spiky career can testify, John McEnroe has never been one for convention.

The McEnroe's tennis academyupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 11:33:00

John McEnroe established his own $18-million tennis complex on Randall's Island. He is hoping to unearth the next American champ.

Where are all the U.S. champions?updated: Mon Apr 19 2010 08:28:00

Andy Roddick tells CNN's Alex Thomas why he thinks there have been no US-based grand slam winners in nearly seven years.

Interview: Nick Bollettieriupdated: Fri Sep 01 2006 04:40:00

CNN's Candy Reid interviewed American tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who is credited with developing many world-class champions, including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Monica Seles, and Mary Pierce. The following is a transcript:

Teenager Golovin starts indoor bidupdated: Tue Feb 10 2004 16:16:00

French teenager Tatiana Golovin scored her second win over Anna Smashnova-Pistolesi when the Israeli sixth seed quit with a leg injury trailing 1-6 7-5 3-1 at the Paris Indoor Open.

Fortune: SPORTS SCHOOLS GO HIGH TECH New teaching methods perfect your golf and tennis strokes using computers and psychology.updated: Mon Feb 16 1987 00:01:00

Fancy high-tech teaching aids to make over your golf or tennis game are off to a swinging start in Florida. The Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf in Orlando and the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in B...

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