Keidel: How Does Roger Federer Keep Winning?Roger Federer keeps defying physics and time. Is Tennis's greatest player defined by his wins or his ability to learn from losses?
Type Of Grunts In Tennis Match Indicate Who Will Win, Study FindsCan the type of grunt a tennis player makes during a match be an indicator of whether they'll win or lose? According to a new study, it can.
WATCH: Juan Martin del Potro Comforts Injured Opponent In Ultimate Show Of SportsmanshipWithout a second's hesitation, del Potro hopped over the net and was by his opponents side consoling him.
Former Tennis Champion Pam Shriver Live From WimbledonFormer Tennis Champion Pam Shriver joined Ed and Steve live from Wimbledon.
WIMBLEDON 2016: Djokovic Seeks Next Step Toward Golden SlamWith Wimbledon starting Monday, there is something more for Novak Djokovic to pursue.
Maria Sharapova Appeals Her Two-Year SuspensionMaria Sharapova has appealed her two-year ban for doping, imposed by the International Tennis Federation. She will likely get a decision before the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Keidel: More Doping, More ExcusesMaria Sharapova, like many doping athletes before her, isn't sorry she used a banned substance. She's sorry she got caught.
Sharapova Suspended Two Years For DopingMaria Sharapova has been suspended for two years by the International Tennis Federation for testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: August 24th-August 28thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Pam Shriver With An Update Live From WimbledonTennis Hall Of Famer Pam Shriver joined Ken and Steve to give a live update from Wimbledon.
Pam Shriver On Wimbledon And How Serena Williams Will PerformFormer tennis player Pam Shriver joined Ed and Steve to preview Wimbledon.
Best Tennis Courts In BaltimoreTennis is an old sport. First played in England in the mid 1850s, tennis rules have changed little over the years. Tennis, an Olympic sport, is popular with professionals and amateurs alike. In addition to the summer Olympics, tennis has four major tournaments, known as the Grand Slam. These Grand Slam tournaments are the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open. Tennis lovers can find plenty of courts near Baltimore to practice their backhand, forehand, or serve, including Cross Keys Tennis Club, Bare Hills Racquet and Fitness Club, and Green Spring Racquet Club.