Post Tagged with: "Australian Open"

  • New York Times Looks at Anti-Corruption Efforts in Tennis

    Tennis’ anti-corruption efforts are questioned by The New York Times even though the Tennis Integrity Unit found “no evidence of corrupt activity” in its investigation into a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open in January that raised suspicions of possible […]

  • Positive drug test leads to two year suspension for Maria Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova is one of the most famous tennis players in the world. She lived in the United States for 10 years and during her time living here she was taking melodonium (mildronate), a drug that is not available nor […]

  • Djokovic joins the Mount Rushmore of tennis

    Andy Murray dumped a cross-court backhand into the net. With the miss, Novak Djokovic won the point, and with it the game, the set, and the match. More importantly, he won the French Open championship. It was the title that […]

  • French Open increases prize money

    With both the women’s and men’s singles winners to earn 1.65 million Euros at this years French Open tennis championships, the prize money total will be increased by 10% for 24 million Euros or 34.5 million US$. “This considerable increase in the […]