Four men remain in Flushing Meadows… [and here's who will reach the championship match. →]
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They’re down to the elite eight in the women’s draw at the final Grand Slam of 2011, and [here's who we think will move on to the final four... →]
Ticket resalers are probably the most ticked off about Tiger Woods pulling out of the U.S. Open this year, because of nagging left leg injuries.
Zach looks at how changing diet can do as much as (or more than) performance-enhancing drugs to help an athlete realize his or her full potential…
What do Pete Rose, Justine Henin and Riccardo Riccò have in common? Zach takes a look at that question and more in this week’s edition of NTSF…
The UConn women are going for their 89th straight victory tonight when they square off against Florida State. Should they win, they will pass John Wooden’s famous UCLA men’s teams of the 1970s that put together the 88-game win streak that served as the gold standard in college basketball before Geno Auriemma’s women began their […]
NTSF 104: The origins of non-traditional spectatorhood plus news from Spain, Flushing Meadows, Monza and more…
What makes us enjoy what we enjoy; how do our spectating proclivities develop, and why do we take interest in some events and not in others? It’s one of those things that I keep rolling over again and again in my brain as I find myself overwhelmed at times with the sheer number of events that […]
Before we got to the showcase showdown between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic on another rainy New York day, there was the matter of finishing off the women’s doubles title match. Already having split the first two sets, the #6 pairing of Vania King and Yaroslava Shvedova were now staring at imminent defeat once the […]