Angela Buxton, an English Jewish Wimbledon champion who died this week at age 85, left behind a legacy as a very good professional tennis player, but an exceptional human being.
Angela Buxton, who won at Wimbledon in 1956 with her American partner Althea Gibson, said that she had experienced anti-Semitism during her career
The last Jewish player in the top 20 was Brad Gilbert.
Sandgren decried “outrage culture,” saying, “free speech doesn’t seem to be as free as it used to be.”
Observers hope that Mark Ein’s investment will save the alternative local publication, which has been in financial trouble
The World Series is weeks away, but an Israeli tennis pro has conjured memories of Sandy Koufax.
What the critics are saying about the premiere of “Borg/McEnroe” at Toronto’s International Film Festival.
One of the smallest players on tour, Diego Schwartzman relished the opportunity to slay some Goliaths at the U.S. Open this month.
“You know, my dream came true today,” said 18 year-old Shapovalov.
Sela overcame a 70-point deficit in rankings and over a foot in height to beat American John Isner.