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]

Victoria Azarenka preps '19 (video)

BRADENTON, Fla. – It's a big year for Victoria Azarenka. After a season and a half of competitive tennis following her return from having son Leo, the 29-year-old (when did THAT happen? Time sure...

Brits in Bradenton (video)

BRADENTON, Fla. – On a day when it was bucketing outside, two Brits in Bradenton probably felt right at home. Kyle Edmund, the 23-year-old at a career high No. 14 to start the 2019 season, hit up...

Changes to come for WTA in 2019

Of all the rules tweaks and changes for the WTA Tour in 2019, perhaps the more notorious one concerns the wearing of leggings. That's partly because of French Federation president Bernard...

New job for Mauresmo: coaching Pouille

One unintended consequence of the new, abbreviated Davis Cup format is that what was once almost a full-time job is more like a one-week guest appearance. And with that as a backdrop, Amélie...

Longshot Zhe Li earns Oz Open spot

He's been at this for 15 years, and never has been ranked higher than No. 210 in the world. But Zhe Li will take his talents to Melbourne next month. The 32-year-old from China, seeded No. 3,...

Gimelstob, lawyer deny charges

The next step in the legal proceedings for ATP Board member and broadcaster Justin Gimelstob happens Monday at 8:30 a.m. That's when a hearing will take place in a Los Angeles, Calif. courtroom...

WTA TV blackout coming in U.S.

In a not-unexpected step following the transfer of the WTA Tour U.S. broadcast rights from beIN Sports to Tennis Channel, the network will become the only option to watch women's tennis in 2019. ...

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Justin Gimelstob arrested: L.A. Times

Shocking news out of Los Angeles Wednesday, as former player, broadcaster, coach, producer, agent and ATP Board member Justin Gimelstob has been arrested. According to the Los Angeles Times,

Giudicelli and Haggerty on Lille hotseat

To his credit, Bernard Giudicelli – arguably the most despised man in French tennis, maybe ever, right now – knew he was entering hostile territory and didn't duck the occasion. Or maybe he...

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Decisions loom for French captain Noah

One of the best doubles teams on the planet staved off elimination for France in the Davis Cup final Saturday. And now, captain Yannick Noah must make the toughest decisions of his tenure, in the...

Chardy, Coric open "final" Davis Cup

The final weekend of Davis Cup, as we've come to know it over 118 years, begins Friday in Lille, France. And it will be French No. 1 Jérémy Chardy against Croatian No. 2 Borna Coric to kick it...