Laver Cup Poll

How interested are you in the Laver Cup? — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) September 22, 2017 Here’s @RogerFederer‘s take on the opening day’s #LaverCup play. #TeamEurope pic.twitter.com/dduRF4wlsa — Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 22, 2017 My opinion is that it is a good idea, but this spot on the tennis calendar makes little sense to me.  It…

US Open 2017: Men’s Championship Poll – Nadal vs. Anderson

Who will win the US Open men’s final? #RafaelNadal #KevinAnderson #USOpen #Usopen2017 — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) September 9, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Kevin Anderson & Rafael Nadal in 1998 at the U/12 Junior Masters in Stuttgart, Germany. They face each other in the #USOpen final, who wins? pic.twitter.com/7qxmwzUOdi — SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) September 9, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

US Open 2017: Women’s Champioship Poll

Who do you think will win? #USOpen #Usopen2017 #SloaneStephens #MadisonKeys — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) September 9, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Sloane Stephens vs. Madison Keys is the first Grand Slam final between two black women not featuring the Williams Sisters. #USOpen pic.twitter.com/LA6m8c2cI7 — Rhiannon Walker (@InstantRHIplay) September 8, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Tennis Surface Poll

As the ITF, WTA, and ATP shift from red clay to grass, I posted two polls on twitter.  If you have not already voted, click on the tweets below and vote.   Have you ever played on Red Clay/terre battue? (A surface quiz for https://t.co/dDS4yEeiWA Readers and tennis players) — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) June 15,…

US Open 2016: Championship Poll – Kerber vs. Pliskova

They played in Cincinnati. Will this be the coronation of a new number one or the coronation of a new major champion?  Have your say by voting on my twitter poll and/or commenting on this post. Who will win the 2016 US Open? — Dan Martin (@DanMartinTennis) September 9, 2016  

What Should the Big Tournament in Canada be Named?

Maybe I am a traditionalist when it comes to tennis, but I always liked the name Canadian Open.  It seemed to convey this may not be a Grand Slam event, but it is pretty important. With corporations more or less getting to name events they sponsor (that seems fair), tournament names change a lot.  Still,…