Diego Schwartzman and those who love him on the thrill and heartbreak of the US Open and Argentina
A squad of rowdy fans shows up every year to cheer on Jewish tennis players—especially veteran Israeli competitor Dudi Sela
With some brilliant play and favorable breaks, this could be the best US Open yet for the Jewish phenom from Argentina
That was two weeks ago, in Rome. But can he do it again today, in the semifinals of the French Open?
Diego Schwartzman, a short and fiery Jewish tennis ace, is the man to watch
Are the two tennis masters in the French Open semifinals really just incarnations of two of Judaism’s wisest rabbis?
Ranked 13 in the world, Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman made it the US Open quarterfinals last year. Can he do it again?
From the Rose Bowl to the US Open, nothing but nachas
Dan Hanegby, a 36-year-old father of two, felt passionately about Israel
The USTA has apologized to the German team after a singer belted out an outdated, Nazi-era version of the German national anthem
The Ossining, New York, native will face former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki in the opening round at Flushing Meadows—and she’s ready to rock
13,000 reasons why it doesn’t feel like 2013 yet
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Jewish player remains top American
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