Chris Evert ready for an exciting  two weeks of the French Open on ESPN2 starting Sunday

Chris Evert Sees An Exciting French Open

ESPN tennis analyst Chris Evert is looking forward to spending the next two weeks in Paris covering the French Open for the network. Their coverage begins Sunday May 24 at 5 a.m. – 10 a.m. of the first round

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal Withdraws From US Open

Rafael Nadal announced on Facebook Monday morning that he'll withdraw from the US Open

Rafael Nadal wins the French Open today in Paris.

French Open: Nadal is tres bien in winning his ninth title

Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic renewed the best rivalry in men’s tennis, this time they met on the red clay Roland Garros, in Paris, for  yet another French Open Final. The day belonged to Nadal, as he won the

Mary Joe Fernandez

French Open Inside Look with Mary Joe Fernandez

ESPN Tennis Anaylst Mary Joe Fernandez previews the French Open

Djokovic shouts with delight after defeating Nadal in the ATP

Djokovic ATP World Tour Finals title

A season that has seen a home-grown Wimbledon champion, an astonishing comeback to world No 1 and the defiance of Novak Djokovic cannot have everything. And as it turned out, one missing ingredient was a thrilling climax when last

Rafa Nadal is playing the best tennis of the year headed into the U.S. Open.

The Brothers McEnroe: Watch out for Rafa at the U.S. Open

Once again John and brother Patrick McEnroe will be doing the U.S. Open for ESPN and they had some interesting thoughts about the Men’s Championship. John will also be part of the CBS coverage team, as they have the


Wimbledon Preview on ELOOnline

On this edition of ELOOnline , Eric Lopez previews Wimbledon. Who is the favorite to win it all? Why you should listen :  Eric Lopez  breaks down Wimbledon with his friend Matt Dunaway. Who is the favorite to win


Nadal Outlasts Djokovic In French Open Epic

Nadal is trying to become the first man to win eight titles at the same Grand Slam event.

to the surprise of few "Rafa " Nadal is the French Open favorite. (Photo -  Peter Figura of PJFPhotography)

McEnroe: Nadal is the man to beat in Paris

There can be no doubt that by any measure, John McEnroe was one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Three Wimbledon Championships, four U.S. Open trophies to go with 77 single titles, 77 doubles titles, in a