Brad Gilbert Abides

It is always fun to get feedback from people who have been in the trenches of the tennis tour. Brad Gilbert is always willing to interact with tennis fans. I had my best success as a player and coach by far at Cincy as a broadcaster I like them all https://t.co/p0vxZLe98x — Brad Gilbert (@bgtennisnation)…

Brad Gilbert on His 1988 Bronze Medal

@bgtennisnation @TimMayotte With 2016 being an Olympic year, do you have any words on your 1988 medals? — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) December 31, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Fond memory's https://t.co/n2FOSqF84e — Brad Gilbert (@bgtennisnation) December 31, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js We hope to get Mayotte’s outlook as well. Gilbert answered in his own unique syntax.

Twitter and Tennis Abides

I think Murray’s 2015 Davis Cup run was on the level of @TheBorisBecker‘s 1988 and 1989 Davis Cup runs — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) November 29, 2015  Boris Becker retweeted this – I asked my parents to put me in a tennis clinic right after Becker won Wimbledon in 1985 so this is a major thrill…

Andy Murray’s Next Big Move?

What We Should Expect 3 of the 4 matches have gone deep into the 3rd set.  2 of those matches went to 3rd set tiebreaks.  The player with the better ranking won 3 of 4 matches to this point.  World #1 Novak Djokovic struggled with Thomas Berdych, but held up under pressure better than the…

Thomas Muster Retires Again

Thomas “Coach” Muster? A lot of good can be said about how hard Thomas Muster worked on and off of the tennis court.  Muster is best know for his perseverance to overcome a freak knee injury and his amazing clay court play in 1995.  Muster played a sort of visceral tennis that often looked like…