Novak Djokovic: Meditation, Yoga and Veganism Helped Shape My Success
This year's Wimbledon winner on how changing his lifestyle helped him change his game.
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The Cult of Andy Murray
Andy Murray carried the weight of British expectation for more than a decade, without ever really capturing the people's hearts. But he didn't seem to care – and that makes him prime cult material.
Serena Williams Can't Force the Racism Out of Tennis
Saturday's US Open upset is a reminder that the sport is still not welcoming to women of color.
Serena Williams Wanted Italian Food So Her Husband Flew Her to Venice
When the Greatest of All Time™ craves pasta, what else will do?
Wimbledon Housekeepers Say Their Pay Is So Low They Have to Eat Discarded Food
Some members of the catering staff make "well below" what is considered an acceptable living wage in London.
The God Illusion
The Cult: Roger Federer
Our society has lost all perspective when it comes to the importance we place on athletes. But with Roger Federer and his godlike tennis, perhaps we're not far off.
In Tennis, Hip Injuries Are the New Wrist Injuries Are the New Elbow Injuries
Is the punishing power baseline style that has defined men's tennis for over a decade catching up with players?
Don’t Worry, Even Rafael Nadal Struggles with Supermarket Self-Checkouts
The tennis pro was spotted in a Wimbledon village Tesco Express having trouble scanning a six-pack of Diet Coke.
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The Cult: Tim Henman
Henman was an inherently British hero, the awkward letdown who we loved regardless. The crowds still shout his name at Wimbledon, it’s definitely still funny, and that makes him worthy of The Cult.
Wimbledon Champ Goran Ivanisevic Recalls His Wild Ride to the Top of Tennis
After three heartbreaking final defeats Goran Ivanisevic became Wimbledon champion in 2001. There have been few, if any, more popular winners in SW19. VICE Serbia sat down with the irrepressible Ivanisevic to discuss his rollercoaster career.
Thiem vs. Nadal and the Changing of the Tennis Guard
As of Wednesday, 23-year-old Dominic Thiem has beaten every member of tennis’s Big Four.
Remembering the Gatsby-Style Kiwi Who Became the First Big Star of Tennis, But Was Killed in WW1
Christchurch's Anthony Wilding—who was killed in France in 1915—was arguably the first true superstar of tennis.