13 Reasons Why Rafa has 13 French Opens

In the year 2020, it’s become cliché to call Rafael Nadal, “The King of Clay.” He’s dominated the French Open for so long, we’ve been calling him that since the release of the iPhone 4S. After collecting his 13th Coupe des Mousquetaires this past October, his cache of titles dwarfs the smooth Swede’s stockpile ofContinue reading “13 Reasons Why Rafa has 13 French Opens”

Top Five Most Memorable US Open Matches

Born and raised a few hours north of New York City, I was lucky enough to attend the U.S Open several times as a kid. In 1997, our family took our first trip to the Open—ending up with seats in Row ZZ of the brand new Arthur Ashe Stadium—where our views of Shea were better than that of Chang and Venus below.