Is It OK to Change Hurricane Forecasts With a Sharpie Doodle?

Is It OK to Change Hurricane Forecasts With a Sharpie Doodle?

Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesTo do that, I’m going to use a much simpler problem—predicting the path of a tennis ball tossed into the air.In our model above, the ball lands between 7.93 and 8.06 meters.

Depth of Field: Coco Gauff and the Future of Women's Tennis

Depth of Field: Coco Gauff and the Future of Women's Tennis

The US Open culminates Sunday—where Serena Williams again has a chance to seize tennis immortality—but the tournament's real crowning moment came last weekend, on Day 6, between Naomi Osaka, the No. 1 ranked women's player, and Cori "Coco" Gauff, a 15-year-old rising talent of unforgettable resolve.

How Elite Tennis Players Crank Out Serves at 150 MPH

How Elite Tennis Players Crank Out Serves at 150 MPH

A former tennis pro himself, Kovacs works with some of the best players on Earth to help them wring as much power as possible from their serves.

Depth of Field: At the French Open, Serena Williams Is a Study in Motion

Depth of Field: At the French Open, Serena Williams Is a Study in Motion

Depth of Field: At the French Open, Serena Williams Is a Study in Motion. Serena Williams descended upon the clay courts of the French Open in Paris this week, where, the year prior, she had become a lodestar of ridiculous controversy.