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]

Halep out of Moscow before she begins

It was, on the face of it, extremely optimistic that Simona Halep would be able to play in Moscow this week. After a short period of treatment and rehab for the herniated disc that scuttled her...

ATP Rankings Report – Oct. 15, 2018

As Novak Djokovic continues his winning ways, he has leaped over Roger Federer and into the No. 2 spot in the rankings after taking the Shanghai title. And No. 1 Rafael Nadal, who didn't defend his...

WTA Rankings Report – Oct. 15, 2018

It's that time of the year, when the smaller 250 events produce winners more unexpected than expected. Last week, Caroline Garcia salvaged her Asian swing – at least a little – in...

Patella fracture for Juan Martin del Potro

After undergoing further tests Saturday on the right knee he banged during a fall on court in Shanghai Thursday, Juan Martin del Potro got some bad news. The doctors determined that the 30-year-old...

#TBT – Rebecca Marino's Slam debut

After Canadian Rebecca Marino's impressive return this year, after five years away, she should be in Australia in January to play in her first Grand Slam tournament since ... the 2013 Australian Open....

Rare match-fixing get on women's side

Most of the players the Tennis Integrity Unit nabs on match-fixing and related offences are men. In fact, according to the list of TIU convictions, all of them. The only woman was Ekaterina