The execs at the Tennis Channel need a little lesson on how the Dolans work. We’re here to help you!
First, a little background. The Tennis Channel is a relatively new, 24-hour tennis network, much in the same style as the NFL Network. They’re out here at the U.S. Open and broadcasting matches on the Read More
Moments ago, I asked Martina Navratilova for her opinion on the Serena Williams-Justine Henin match tomorrow. She seemed stunned and said, “See that lady? You can ask her if you can talk to me.”
I directed my request to the lady in question, a pleasant WTA press official who said she’d call me back. Two Read More
The difference between this match and the last was striking for Serena Williams. In the last, Williams entered the women’s locker room on the verge of tears. Today, she came in smiling and gave a big thumbs up.
Serena Williams had her easiest win of the tournament today, blowing away Marion Bartoli in straight sets. Read More
Marion Bartoli begs to differ — strongly — with tennis legend Martina Navratilova’s assessment of her game.
Bartoli told me yesterday that she didn’t care for Navratilova’s criticism when the 5759-time Grand Slam champion told the The New York Times, “[Bartoli] can beat a top-10 player here and there, but not day in and day Read More
Everyone knows that last Sept. 11, many New Yorkers reconnected with their exes. Or they found themselves forgiving when former personae non gratae contacted them. There were sparks and rekindlings and, from what we hear, a few earnest restarts.
We’re guessing that the Sept. 11 ex reconnection will become an annual ritual, like the Read More
“I thought I would rather die than walk through the front door of The New York Times in a dress. I thought, I’m going to have to get another job. Too embarrassing. Everyone would think I’m totally weird and I’d be stuck off in a corner someplace and people would gawk.”
If that’s how it Read More