Top-seeded American John Isner successfully defended his grass-court title at the Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships with a 7-6(1), 6-4 victory over former World No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt in Newport.Read more >
Third seeds Santiago Gonzalez and Scott Lipsky lifted their second team trophy on Sunday at the Campbell’s Hall Of Fame Tennis Championships, defeating No. 2 seeds Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins 7-6(3), 6-3. Click to see photos from the match!Read more >
John Isner will set out to defend his title at the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships on Sunday, while Australian Lleyton Hewitt aims for his 29th ATP World Tour title from the other side of the net. The match will be the third meeting of the two players, with Lleyton having won all three past encounters.
NEWPORT, R.I., July 12, 2012 -The first two semifinal spots at the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships were filled today by Australian Lleyton Hewitt and Newport's 2009 singles and doubles champion Rajeev Ram. Hewitt defeated Israel's Dudi Sela in straight sets to make his first ATP World Tour semifinal since June 2010, when he won the Gerry Weber Open in Halle.Read more >
Lleyton Hewitt earns Quarterfinal spot, John Isner tops Nicolas Mahut in Quick Match, Kei Nishikori advances in Singles and Doubles
When John Isner and Nicolas Mahut step on court to play each other, it's natural for fans to wonder how long they will be watching. However, in Newport today, the match time was just 1 hour and 18 minutes- a far cry from the 11 hour and 5 minute battle the two competed in at Wimbledon in 2010.Read more >
NEWPORT, R.I., July 10, 2012 - In a blockbuster day two at the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, the top-3 seeds advanced to the second round, Americans in competition went 5-0, and John Isner secured yet another match with Frenchman Nicolas Mahut, who he famously defeated after an epic 3-day Wimbledon match in 2010.Read more >