The September 30th issue of Lucky Loser looks back at the Laver Cup, what’s happening in the Asian Swing, and tries to apply a bit of data to all of those opinions.
In the September 9th issue of Lucky Loser the final week of the US Open gets its due.
The September 3rd issue of Lucky Loser is full of enthusiasm for all the romantic stories unfolding in Flushing Meadows.
The qualifiers are done, social swagger is on, and the draw is set so jump into the August 26th issue of Lucky Loser to fully prepare for the 2019 US Open. Plus, silly debates obscure important issues. Who is getting married. etc.
In the August 19th edition of Lucky Loser review Cincinnati and ask whether it’s a prelude to Flushing Meadows. Plus, what’s up with the wide open WTA field? And: The ATP tries to get back on track
In the August 6th edition of Lucky Loser we revel in the action that the four tournaments of the week provided while prepping for the Rogers Cup.
In the July 30th issue of Lucky Loser we jump to the hard courts and look at what it takes to update tennis tournaments in 2019.
In the July 22nd issue of Lucky Loser we look at the Wimbledon finals through the prism of the rules. Is it time to change them?
In the July 16th issue of Lucky Loser we look back at this amazing Wimbledon that broke some key records. Plus, why your lawn isn’t as pristine as this Grand Slam’s.
In the July 8th version of Lucky Loser we look back at week one of Wimbledon just as the draw really heats up. Plus what to do when you’re not playing on the grass?