Amy can be spotted on a tennis court in the Philadelphia area, shanking backhand volleys.
Nicole Vaidisova is back, Marin Cilic does something nice, and Simona Halep qualifies for the WTA Championships.
During her straight sets win over Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the second round of the US Open, Caroline Wozniacki got her braid stuck on her racquet.
In Roger Federer’s win tonight over Marinko “Mad Dog” Matosevic, he hit Matosevic in the butt with a tweener he hit after the point was over. Michael Jordan was amused. Mad Dog was not.
Eugenie Bouchard has a strange diet, Martina Navratilova and Chrissie Evert look back at the 1984 US Open final, and the New York Times examines the USTA’s finances.
Federer talks with Jon Wertheim, Halep falls to Rybarikova, and Delpo takes the ALS ice bucket challenge.
Mardy Fish talks about why he left the ATP Tour, a Charlotte Observer columnist tries to return John Isner’s serve, and Bernard Tomic takes off his clothes.
Seagulbis goes down, Roger Federer beats Vasek Pospisil, and Petra Kvitova loses to Elina Svitolina.
Julien Benneteau triumphs over Blaz Rola, Andrea Petkovic’s outfit is ugly, and Roger Federer talks about his new racquet.
Mad Dog goes mad, Tomic plays “only Simon,” and my dream to bounce a gigantic tennis ball is dead.