LOS ANGELES – QQQ Champions Series by Invesco, the circuit for champion tennis players over the age of 30, announced its full 2018 circuit of events starting April 7 in Charleston, S.C. The 2018 QQQ Champions Series by Invesco will also again partner alongside ATP and WTA events in Charleston, S.C., Newport, R.I., Winston-Salem, N.C., …

Greetings from down under. It’s been about two months now since our merry band of Powershares Series warriors disbanded for the season. After a much-needed holiday break, it’s always nice to come here to Australia and re-connect with the tennis family – and that includes many of our Powershares Series brethren. Jim Courier, Mats Wilander, …

Greetings from Melbourne where I am pulling double duty as a commentator for Australia’s 7 Network as well as following the American players in my role as Davis Cup Captain. Starting the year in the Aussie summer with long, warm days is what I have been lucky enough to do for most of the last …

I arrived in San Jose last night for today’s event at the HP Arena, a place I’ve played a few ATP tournaments in before. I’m ready to go up against Andre tonight in the semis for the first time of the season. I’m feeling pretty match tough now but Andre is the fittest guy out …

Looking forward to being at the Shark Tank in a week. I love thatplace…great memories of San Jose. The first stop on the PowerShares Serieswas fun in Surprise. Courier got the best of me there but I’m thinking Iwill be a bit better prepared this 2nd go ’round. I’ve been super busy oflate with my …

Being a part of the PowerShares Series tour stop in Surprise has always been a favorite stop of mine since my wife Amber and I have sentimental reasons for going back. This past week was no different although I certainly did not expect to run into such a red hot John McEnroe!  That’s probably the …

And we’re off…I’m on the plane headed home the day after stealing wins from both Johnny Mac and The Big Fella, Todd Martin, last night in the Series opening tourney in Surprise, AZ. Details? You want details? Well, I’m glad you asked (said the imaginary voice in my head) as I have another 3 hours …

Tom Petty was right…the waiting is the hardest part.  One week from today I’ll get on a plane, fly to Phoenix and drive over to Surprise, Arizona for the first stop of the 2012 PowerShares Series.   I’ve been hitting 4 days a week in NYC since I returned from Davis Cup in Spain, playing …

Today is launch day for the 2012 PowerShares Series with a press day that I am attending with Andre, Johnny Mac and our good friend Jill Baar of PowerShares as well as the InsideOut crew at the Nasdaq Site/Times Square in NYC. Good times. I’m fired up to get the information out to everyone about …

While recovering from the almighty pain that is Australia to NYC jet lag I thought this would be a good time to jot down a few post-Aussie Open and pre-Davis Cup thoughts. 1. It’s hard to get my head wrapped around the physical effort I saw on Sunday night in Melbourne, even a few days …

Jim Courier It’s the first week of November and I’m ten days removed from the final tournament of the 2011 Champions Series. What a run it was: One-night tournaments taking place in 12 cities over a 31 day period all across the United States where I played against an incredible lineup of players: Agassi, Sampras, McEnroe, Connors, …

PETE SAMPRAS Philadelphia – Sept. 24   I feel pretty good after three events, and my body has held up pretty well after beating Michael and Jim in Ft. Lauderdale, and Andre here in Philadelphia tonight. But, Michael was able to get me last night. It has been good to see the guys that I …

JIM COURIER SEPT. 24 – 2:00 AM We had a great start to the tour in South Florida and I’m already in Philly getting ready for tonights tournament. Traveling from the first tournament in Ft. Lauderdale to DC was a bit interesting. Pete, Michael and me all played DC as well, so we all took …