NEW YORK, NY, April 7, 2014— Horizon Media is proud to announce the launch of its new live event, talent access, and content creation group, InsideOut. The unit, which is the result of an acquisition of InsideOut Sports + Entertainment LLC run by tennis legend Jim Courier and founding partner Jon Venison, enhances Horizon’s existing …

Michael Chang won his second career title on the PowerShares Series Friday night, defeating Mark Philippoussis 6-2 in the one-set final of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America Championships, the 12th and final event this year on the U.S. circuit for champion tennis players over the age of 30. Chang’s previous title came in 2011 …

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Mark Philippoussis will replace Pete Sampras in the field at this Friday’s Cancer Treatment Centers of America Championships in Surprise, Arizona, the 12th and final event on the 2014 PowerShares Series champions tennis circuit. Sampras was forced to withdraw from the event with a shoulder injury that has hampered him this …

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The baffling ending to the night somehow brought everything into focus; it’s a strange thing meeting your childhood heroes. Some years ago, I saw a man break down crying as he found himself in front of Mickey Mantle, the Mick, No. 7 for the New York Yankees. The man first started trembling, …

John McEnroe captured his fourth title on the 2014 PowerShares Series tennis circuit Thursday defeating Ivan Lendl 7-6 (7-5) in a hotly-contested one-set final at the Time Warner Cable Arena, highlighted by a 10-minute line-call argument free-for-all at the tail end of the tie-breaker. The culprit of the on-court chaos, however, was Lendl and, surprisingly, …

John McEnroe hit a tweener, beat Jimmy Connors in their first match-up in 15 years and beat Pat Cash in the title match to win the Champions Challenge Wednesday at the Bridgestone Arena. McEnroe’s 6-3 win over Cash in the championship match gave him his third title on the 2014 PowerShares Series tour, clinching the …

Jimmy Connors isn’t sure when the first outburst will come – or from which side of the net. But odds are that one or more voices will be raised at some point. “I guess the further you get away from being what you used to be, the calmer things should get — but there’s no …

You cannot be serious! That four-word phrase is screamed from the stands at every senior men’s tennis event John McEnroe is a part of, and it undoubtedly will be yelled many times again Thursday night in Charlotte when McEnroe plays in the Champions Cup at Time Warner Cable Arena. McEnroe originally yelled those four words …

At 61, Jimmy Connors doesn’t play a lot of tennis anymore. Connors, the world’s No. 1 player in 1974-78 and an eight-time Grand Slam champion, will make an exception Thursday night in Charlotte. He will be one of the headliners at a senior men’s tennis event at Time Warner Cable Arena, where he will face former …

Breaking racquets and records alike, Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe electrified tennis during the 1970s and 1980s. Next week, they’re headed to Charlotte as part of a four-player night of nostalgia at Time Warner Cable Arena. Connors, 61, and McEnroe, 55, won a combined 15 Grand Slam singles titles in their lengthy careers. Connors  finished with eight Slam tournament championships, …

The following is the transcript of Friday’s PowerShares Series media conference call with JIMMY CONNORS. An interview with:JIMMY CONNORS RANDY WALKER: Thank you all for joining us today. We’re pleased to be joined by the one and only Jimmy Connors. Jimmy is set to play in next week’s PowerShares Series events in Nashville on Wednesday …

With much of the recent buzz on the PowerShares Series belonging to tour rookie James Blake, the winner of the last two tournaments, and John McEnroe, who has dazzled crowds with his inspired play and fitness at age 55, Andre Agassi made sure he was not an overlooked presence. The 43-year-old eight-time major champion ended …

Same opponent. Same result. Different city. One night after beating John McEnroe in Salt Lake City to win his first career title on the PowerShares Series tennis circuit, James Blake again defeated McEnroe 6-3 in the one-set championship match at the Champions Shootout Wednesday at the Sleep Train Arena. Tuesday in Salt Lake City, Blake …