Showing 1 - 9 of 9 Stories for Rino Tommasi
The men's tour ended the year with a bang as Roger Federer played with his old sense of urgency in London
Paris ERWith all the no-shows and losses due to injury at the French Open, the game waslooking as hazardous as a contact sport Michael ...
Fold it out and presto! Tenderloin is hamburger
Troubled that squash's aristocratic reputation is denying it broad popularity, a devotee slashes court costs with an ingenious design
As Catch Can
The great ones--Jordan, Ripken and the like--are renowned for their hypercompetitiveness, whether the game is poker, Ping-Pong or
Time for the rating game
With TCR, tennis finally has a method to evaluate its players. Answers to an ingenious quiz indicate who will give you a competitive match
Through a glass, darkly
The Super Eight celebrated their first birthday party with superb play, minuscule crowds and much concern for what the future might hold
Grand Plan All signs point to Tiger's achieving what Arnie and Jack couldn't: victory in the third leg of the Grand Slam
The first thing you should know about the Grand Slam, moderngolf division, is this : Nobody has ever won it. Not Ben Hogan,not Arnold Palmer, ...
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Game
Kim Clijsters and Juan Martín del Potro won the U.S. Open singles titles after a crazy two weeks that included big upsets, rain delays and a meltdown by Serena Williams
Double Dealing The Cavaliers needed to make a big, daring move on draft day, and G.M. Jim Paxson had the perfect plan. Well, almost perfect
Your best player is Zydrunas Ilgauskas, a 7'3" giant with BillWalton's feet. He's possibly the world's nicest guy, but hissize 16s have been put ...