Matthew Steinway became a tennis fan in the 1970’s and 80’s when Bjorn Borg, Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl were the kings of the court. His love of tennis continued into the 90’s with players like Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi taking center stage and, of course, it remains strong during what could best be described as the sport’s golden age.
Steinway parlayed his fascination with daisy cutters and dinks into a career just over six years ago when he began writing match previews and odds pieces for various sports information outlets.
That work eventually led to his current position, which is Managing Editor of this fine website, BodogTennis.com.
Levis Colt Profile
Started writing for sports in college and brought my talents online where I’ve had a lengthy history in the sports wagering industry. I’ve written and watched all the big sports event in the last 10 years. From Michael Jordan and the Bulls, Joe Torres and NY Yankees era, Tiger Woods, Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi to Federer vs Nadal.
I excel on the tennis courts and have an extensive athletic resume helps which helps me gauge the motivation of players on the court. When I’m not busy watching and writing about sports, you can find me coaching on a tennis court or somewhere on the grounds.
Tadd Hamilton is an American sportswriter. He has been writing about sports since graduating from the University of British Columbia in 1998. Over the past 19 years, he’s covered every major sporting event including Olympics, NFL, NBA, NHL, PGA, MLS, Nascar and tennis. Hamilton began his career as a sports writer and columnist for the University Times, while also playing baseball, tennis and golf.
Hamilton, who lists pro football, pro basketball, tennis and golf as his favorite sports to cover, has received numerous writing awards from several organizations. My favorite part of the job is seeing what was written come to life on the field, ice, court, course or track.
David cultivated a passion for sports early on and tennis was a major part of his life, particularly as a young teenager living in Florida. Injury cut short his chances of pursuing a career in the sport, though; however, it did not keep him from using his love of the game to find a niche covering it.
David has been producing blogs now for the last 5 years, writing about everything from the Australian Open to the Rogers Cup to the Davis Cup Finals. He joined the Bodog Tennis team earlier this year and we are pleased to have his expert analysis and opinion on staff.