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Anthony Kiekow

Fox 2 St. Louis — Reporter

Bio: Fox 2 reporter in St. Louis, MO. I am a rolling stone from Minneapolis, MN. I have lived in Mexico, Washington, DC and Dayton, OH, but STL is home now!

Location: St. Louis, MO

Beat: Metro St. Louis

RT @kimhudsontv: @KiekowLive working it out while telling us about the Women's Fed Cup in STL ow.ly/vQtFS
Tennis Fed Cup coming to St. Louis this weekend
, but there are still plenty of great players including Sloane Stephens, who ranked 18th in the world.  The team will battle France this weekend. The winner advances to the 2015 World Group and gets a

Tyler Green

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Journalist, critic. Love hockey, tennis, the outdoors. Producer/host of The Modern Art Notes Podcast, editor of Modern Art Notes, columnist for Modern Painters.

Location: Washington, DC

Beat: Arts and Entertainment

Right now 17yo rising star No. 105 Donna Vekic is playing a WTA final, a match that Sloane Stephens has never played.
.@linzsports nails Sloane in four words: "Does she even care?", and then explores the idea. This is terrif: bit.ly/1loHqLW
Charleston Diaries 2014: The Sloane Stephens Problem
Today in Charleston, Sloane Stephens lost to Elina Svitolina 6-4, 6-4. In both sets she got down early before climbing back and making it close, but she never quite evened things up or got her nose

Howard Fendrich

Associated Press — Sports Writer

Bio: AP Sports Writer, covering NFL, tennis, track and field, skiing and D.C. teams

Beat: Sports

Fed Cup captain calls Serena 'mentally and physically exhausted.' RT @AP_Sports Williams sisters will not face France apne.ws/1erZorV
Williams sisters will not face France in Fed Cup
ranked No. 1 and have a total of 24 Grand Slam singles titles, 17 by Serena — Fernandez picked a young roster that includes 18th-ranked Sloane Stephens, No. 42 Madison Keys, No. 49 Varvara Lepchenko and No

Bill Raack

St. Louis Public Radio — News Editor

Bio: News Editor at St. Louis Public Radio, adjunct journalism professor, proud alum of the University of Kansas.

Location: St. Louis

Beat: Metro St. Louis

Serena and Venus Williams won't play. USTA announces its FedCup lineup for #stl next weekend. bit.ly/1iy10Tv #FedCup #tennis
Serena, Venus Williams not on US Fed Cup roster
announced Wednesday includes 18th-ranked Sloane Stephens, No. 42 Madison Keys, No. 49 Varvara Lepchenko and No. 57 Christina McHale. After losing at a tournament at Charleston, S.C., on April 1, top-ranked

Jeff Hartsell

Post and Courier — Sports Reporter

Bio: Jeff Hartsell covers Citadel athletics and other sports for the Charleston Post and Courier.

Location: Charleston, SC

Beat: Sports

Jana cepelova's solo act at #fcc2014 earns much respect postandcourier.com/article/201404… via @addthis
Family Circle Cup notes: Jana Cepelova's solo act earns respect
to start building for the future at some point, and I think we had a really good start this week with some good young players emerging. We saw the next generation this week -- Eugenie Bouchard, Sloane
Family Circle Cup notes: Jana Cepelova's solo act earns respect
to start building for the future at some point, and I think we had a really good start this week with some good young players emerging. We saw the next generation this week -- Eugenie Bouchard, Sloane
Young Americans Madison Keys, Lauren Davis open #FCC2014 with victories postandcourier.com/section/family…
Family Circle Cup
American tennis star Sloane Stephens registered for gifts at Target. No rival in sight, Serena Williams goes for Family Circle Cup three-peat The rival question came up again this week in Miami immediately
Madison Keys, Alison Riske among young American hopefuls on court at #FCC2014 today fb.me/13b9tMnRX
At Family Circle Cup, a deep field of young American players seeks breakthrough win
Celebrating her 21st birthday recently, rising American tennis star Sloane Stephens registered for gifts at Target. She did it through the wedding registry, so when the online form asked her whom she

Bryan Graham

Sports Illustrated — Contributing Writer

Bio: Contributor to Sports Illustrated, The Guardian, Esquire, The Atlantic, Village Voice. Born and raised in Philadelphia. Should have been a pair of ragged claws.

Location: New York, N.Y.

Beats: Sports, Arts and Entertainment, Metro New York

Sloane Stephens since beginning of 2013 season: 17-5 at majors, 29-24 at non-majors.

Christopher Clarey

New York Times — International Sports Columnist and Correspondent

Bio: Global Sports columnist & correspondent The New York Times. Tennis Grand Slams since 1990. Last 13 Olympics. Français & castellano. Next up: Roland Garros

Location: The Newburys, Paris, the road

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, World

Sloane Stephens so far in 2014 7 wins, 7 losses 1 quarterfinal 4 opening-round defeats #tennis
SI Q & A with Elina Svitolina, top-ranked teen in women's tennis, who has now beaten Bouchard & Sloane Stephens wp.me/p11WjK-edy
Q&A with Elina Svitolina, 19, the WTA’s highest-ranked teenager
While the English-speaking media has focused on Sloane Stephens, Eugenie Bouchard, Laura Robson and Madison Keys as the top prospects of the WTA’s Generation Next, Elina Svitolina has quietly
A photo that sums up a tough night for Sloane Stephens gettyimages.com/detail/news-ph…
Coach Paul Annacone Confers With Sloane Stephens Between... News Photo | Getty Images | 480240883
KEY BISCAYNE, FL - MARCH 23: Coach Paul Annacone confers with Sloane Stephens between sets against Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark during the Sony Open at the Crandon Park Tennis Center on March 23

Samuel Crenshaw

11Alive News Atlanta — Sports Reporter

Bio: Sports Reporter-Anchor WXIA-TV MatchPoint Atlanta 92.9 The Game

Location: Atlanta

Beats: Sports, Metro Atlanta

RT @Tennis_Now: Can Sloane Stephens help the Americans get back to the World Group? We examine the upcoming tie w/ France here >>> http://t…
U.S Fed Cup Team Prepares for Tough Tie Against France - Tennis Now
Group next year. Led by U.S. Fed Cup captain Mary Joe Fernandez, the team features Madison Keys, Varvara Lepchenko, Christina McHale and Sloane Stephens. "You're playing for your country so obviously
Stephens, Keys to lead U.S. Fed Cup team vs. France
talented young players in the world. U.S. Fed Cup Captain Mary Joe Fernandez nominated world No. 18 Sloane Stephens, No. 42 Madison Keys, No. 49 Varvara Lepchenko and No. 57 Christina McHale for the 2014
RT @jon_wertheim: Be patient with Sloane Stephens; more mail: What are your thoughts on Sloane Stephens? I'm selling! -- Lucy, D... http://…
Sloane Stephens criticized after dismal performance at Sony Open | SI.com
What are your thoughts on Sloane Stephens? I'm selling! -- Lucy, Durham, N.C. • Holding. It was all but predictable that Stephens was due for a rough patch after last year's surge, when she closed in
RT @Tennis: Sloane Stephens celebrates her 21st birthday on March 20—she's registered for B-Day gifts online at Target: http://t.co/dCswPMM…
Stephens requests birthday gifts online
INDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP)—Sloane Stephens wasn't too bummed about losing her quarterfinal match at the BNP Paribas Open. She's already looking ahead to her upcoming 21st birthday party. The tennis

Jon Wertheim

Sports Illustrated — Senior Writer

Bio: Sports Illustrated Senior Writer, Co-author Scorecasting: The Hidden Influences Behind How Sports are Played http://t.co/8UzJYEwLQD

Location: New York, NY

Beats: Sports, U.S.

What can the U.S. do to improve Davis Cup results? More mailbag
scholarships in abundance. The three highest earning female athletes globally are Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Li Na, so the economic incentives are in tennis' favor. Getting Sloane Stephens and Madison
What can the U.S. do to improve Davis Cup results? More mailbag: Housekeeping: I'm out next week but Milos Rao... bit.ly/ODWvxh
What can the U.S. do to improve Davis Cup results? More mailbag
scholarships in abundance. The three highest earning female athletes globally are Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Li Na, so the economic incentives are in tennis' favor. Getting Sloane Stephens and Madison
Oy ...Mariana Duque-Mariño (COL) d. (2) Sloane Stephens (USA) 63 63
Be patient with Sloane Stephens; more mail: What are your thoughts on Sloane Stephens? I'm selling! -- Lucy, D... bit.ly/1hsD8ii
Sloane Stephens criticized after dismal performance at Sony Open | SI.com
What are your thoughts on Sloane Stephens? I'm selling! -- Lucy, Durham, N.C. • Holding. It was all but predictable that Stephens was due for a rough patch after last year's surge, when she closed in
What's next for Andy Murray after split with Ivan Lendl?
Cahill (Andre Agassi's former coach has an Adidas connection) to Paul Annacone (yes, he is currently working with Sloane Stephens) to Hernan Gumy (who has partnered with Safin and Ernests Gulbis) to Larry
Murray-Lendl had run its course; more mailbag: What's next for Andy Murray? -- Bobby R., Tampa, Fla. The big ... bit.ly/1g1Bgk1
What's next for Andy Murray after split with Ivan Lendl?
Cahill (Andre Agassi's former coach has an Adidas connection) to Paul Annacone (yes, he is currently working with Sloane Stephens) to Hernan Gumy (who has partnered with Safin and Ernests Gulbis) to Larry
Did Serena lose in Dubai for Venus? More mailbag: All right, I'll bring it up: Do you think Serena Williams pu... bit.ly/NxEdxn
Did Serena Williams lose in Dubai for Venus? More mailbag
Nadal or Novak Djokovic or Victoria Azarenka. 2. No country does hype like the U.S. There may or may not be a champion in the bunch, but there are enough promising players (Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys

Carl Bialik

Senior Writer, FiveThirtyEight

Bio: Writer for ESPN's FiveThirtyEight. Contact me at cbialik@fivethirtyeight.com

Location: London

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, U.S., United Kingdom

Andy Murray lived in Spain; struggles in Spanish & playing on clay. Lives part-time in Miami; struggles in Fahrenheit tennis.com/pro-game/2014/…
Federer, Murray reach fourth round with ease in Miami Masters
." Williams' next opponent will be No. 10 Dominika Cibulkova, who beat No. 22 Alice Cornet 7-6 (6), 6-1. No. 11 Caroline Wozniacki lost only five points in the second set and beat No. 17 Sloane Stephens 6-1, 6

Chris Chase

USA Today — Senior Blog Editor, Sports

Bio: Writer at For The Win/USA TODAY Sports. Also a part-time touring drummer with The Beach Boys.

Location: Bethesda, MD

Beats: Sports, U.S.

Caroline Wozniacki beat Sloane Stephens in 55 minutes, or as Bernard Tomic calls it, a marathon.

Sara Germano

Wall Street Journal — Corporate Reporter

Bio: Corporate news reporter, @WSJ. Athletics, etc.

Location: Harlem

Beats: Sports, Business and Finance

RT @TomPerrotta: It's Sloane Stephens's 21st birthday. There's still time to buy her an infrared blood circulation massager. http://t.co/v4…

Piers Morgan

Bio: 'One day you're the cock of the walk, the next a feather duster.'

Location: New York, LA, London, Newick

Beats: Politics, Media

Devastating attack on @ECB_cricket 'spinners' & Trott by Martin Samuel > dailym.ai/1fBFfPy
MARTIN SAMUEL COLUMN: Truth about Jonathan Trott depression is ECB are best spinners of all
the mind is increasingly at the forefront in sport but the way it is exploited is worrying. In her 2013  Australian Open semi-final, Victoria Azarenka was leading Sloane Stephens 6-1, 5-3. Required just

David Coverdale

The Sun — Digital Sports Journalist

Bio: North-East football reporter for The Sun.

Beats: Sports, United Kingdom

RT @MailSport: MARTIN SAMUEL COLUMN - The truth about Jonathan Trott is that the ECB are the best spinners of all dailym.ai/1fBFfPy
MARTIN SAMUEL COLUMN: Truth about Jonathan Trott depression is ECB are best spinners of all
the mind is increasingly at the forefront in sport but the way it is exploited is worrying. In her 2013  Australian Open semi-final, Victoria Azarenka was leading Sloane Stephens 6-1, 5-3. Required just

Brad Wieners

Bloomberg Businessweek — Executive Editor, Features

Bio: Brad Wieners is executive editor for features at Bloomberg Businessweek. Also: LEGO desk.

Location: New York

Beat: Business and Finance

RT @Grantland33: Is tennis vulnerable to a major match-fixing scandal? by @louisahthomas es.pn/1gjOKml
Big Bets "
replay of the Australian Open women’s final between Li Na and Dominika Cibulkova produced 110 errors. The match that followed, between Sloane Stephens and Flavia Pennetta, produced 112. On an injured foot

Andrew Blankstein

NBC News — West Coast Investigations Reporter

Bio: @NBCInvestigates reporter based in L.A. focusing on #police #courts #homelandsecurity stories across the Western U.S. andrew.blankstein@nbcuni.com

Location: Los Angeles

Beats: Technology, Politics, U.S. Regional, Metro Los Angeles, Crime and Justice, Military

RT @Grantland33: Is tennis vulnerable to a major match-fixing scandal? by @louisahthomas es.pn/1gjOKml
Big Bets "
replay of the Australian Open women’s final between Li Na and Dominika Cibulkova produced 110 errors. The match that followed, between Sloane Stephens and Flavia Pennetta, produced 112. On an injured foot

Beth Harris

Associated Press — Sports and Entertainment Reporter

Bio: Journalist for The Associated Press, covering sports and entertainment

Location: Los Angeles

Beats: Sports, Arts and Entertainment, Metro Los Angeles

only 7 shopping days left for @sloanetweets 21st birthday. see her gift list. bit.ly/OpdZxv @WTA
Sloane Stephens requests birthday gifts online
INDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP) — Sloane Stephens wasn't too bummed about losing her quarterfinal match at the BNP Paribas Open. She's already looking ahead to her upcoming 21st birthday party. The tennis

Kyle Veazey

The Commercial Appeal — Sports Enterprise Reporter

Bio: Politics and Government Team Leader, @memphisnews. Proud Memphian. Midtowner. Author. Seinfeld enthusiast. Frequent pro tennis tweeter.

Location: Memphis, Tennessee

Beats: Sports, Business and Finance, U.S. Regional, Crime and Justice

Can't decide what to make of Sloane Stephens.

Howard Bryant

NPR, ESPN — Senior Writer, ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine and NPR Correspondent

Bio: Writer, http://t.co/3pm49EZv2V and ESPN the Magazine. Author: The Last Hero, Juicing the Game and Shut Out. Sports correspondent, National Public Radio.

Location: The Compound

Beats: Sports, U.S.

The Latest: Selfies for Flavia, tears for Aga espn.go.com/tennis/story/_… via @espntennis
Flavia Pennetta simply a pro
elite yet terribly underpowered player on the tour. Flavia Pennetta is a pro, and it is the biggest compliment she can receive. When she beat Sloane Stephens, she was down a break in the second set and 3
The Latest: The genius of Aga Radwanska espn.go.com/tennis/story/_… via @espntennis
Indian Wells tennis - Big opportunity for Agnieszka Radwanska against Flavia Pennetta - ESPN
every minute of the raw competition. She beat Li and Sloane Stephens by simple perseverance, by being tougher than her higher-ranked opponents when it mattered. Pennetta's goal in choosing to continue
The Latest: The magic of Alexandr Dolgopolov and other tales from Indian Wells espn.go.com/tennis/story/_… via @espntennis
Alexandr Dolgopolov a true original
the following women's quarterfinal match that saw Flavia Pennetta defeat American Sloane Stephens in three strange sets, the last occurring in a sudden windstorm that turned the final games into a
The Latest: Sloane Stephens, the "It" girl that right now, isn't... espn.go.com/tennis/story/_… via @espntennis
Sloane Stephens has trouble living up to the hype
Magazine's March 17 Conspiracy Issue. Subscribe today! A YEAR AGO, the "It" hype machine was anointing its newest member while it was coldly reassessing its most recent inductee. Sloane Stephens, the best hope

Reem Abulleil

Sports Reporter, UAE Sport360

Bio: Sports reporter for UAE daily Sport360. Special focus on tennis and Arab sports!

Location: Dubai, UAE

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, World

Indian Wells in Photos: March 11
-like light fixtures to the sun receding over the hills. It's getting to be a habit: Sloane Stephens and new coach Paul Annacone–I won't call them Sloane-acone—win again. Though Sloane doesn't look too
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