When Andre Agassi’s autobiography Open came out in 2010, all of the hype I heard about it surrounded the fact that the tennis great had done meth and wore a hairpiece. I had low expectations.
These unofficial stats may not be as illuminating, but they're certainly more fun.
Mental_floss co-founder Mangesh Hattikudur is at the US Open today. Between matches, he'll be serving up some tennis history and random knowledge.
A few years ago, number crunchers and stat geeks infiltrated the MLB front offices and changed the way America’s pastime is played. Now they’re doing it to Scotland’s.
We're living in the golden age of statistics for sports geeks.
From the Rubber Puckies to the Unicorns, here are some of the best and weirdest nicknames ever considered.
It wasn’t until 1855, when Charles Goodyear patented vulcanized rubber, that soccer balls started taking shape. Literally.
Good sportsmen (and women) play by the rules. Even the rules you've never heard of.