Stephanie Myles

Stephanie has covered just about every sport there is during a 20-year journalism career. For many years, it was the Major League Baseball beat. For the last decade, it has been all about tennis. With Tennis.Life, Stephanie contributes her passion for the game along with her writing and multimedia skills. She has been on site covering Grand Slams, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, ATP and WTA Tour events since 1995. Her writing and photography have appeared across Canada as well as in The Guardian and the New York Times. And her video work appears regularly on the Canadian sports network, RDS. In her spare time, you can find her on the court. She has represented Canada numerous times at the ITF Senior World championships. Stephanie is a member of the International Tennis Writers Association. [email protected]

Oz Open '18 – Day 9 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – Monday evening (and late night) had its fair share of drama. So Day 9 at the Australian Open might be feeling a bit of a hangover as the first four semifinalists are

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Oz Open '18 – Day 8 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – On alternate days, there are Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic to jostle for the prime Rod Laver Arena slots. Federer, who has played all of his matches so far in the

Photos: Roger Federer has a hit

MELBOURNE, Australia – Roger Federer has been pretty much untroubled and unruffled so far in this Australian Open. Through three matches, he has beaten the Slovene-turned Brit-turned Slovene

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Oz Open '18 – Day 7 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – Lleyton Hewitt is retired. Sam Groth will retire imminently. But the duo's run to the third round (so far) of the Australian Open doubles is adding some spice to a

Oz Open '18 – Day 6 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – The cool change arrived Friday night. And so after two days of borderline-inhuman on-court conditions, the players will have a much easier time of it on court as the third

Oz Open '18 – Day 5 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – The problem with dramatic upsets in a tennis tournament is that it's short-term gratification. The carnage multiple upsets do to a draw is felt only later, when the top

Team Nole > Team JuJu

MELBOURNE, Australia – When one player on a warmup court has a team, and the other is flying solo, the logistics get a little complicated. So as Novak Djokovic huddled with his group, French

Oz Open '18 – Day 4 preview

MELBOURNE, Australia – The tennis ended in the wee hours Thursday morning, as Daria Gavrilova and Elise Mertens only got under way at the stroke of midnight. It was the latest-starting match ever