Though it may seem hard to believe, Jeff Cohn was not always a tennis (or any sport) enthusiast. Always dabbling in creative writing, he would write about anything non-sports. But after witnessing the Verdasco vs. Nadal match in the 2009 Australian Open his life changed forever.

Nowadays it is hard to find him not writing, doing, or saying something tennis-related. Jeff brings a unique style to Bleacher Report with his captivating topics and “curveball” articles. He looks to attract as many non-tennis fans to the sport as possible because he could not have imagined a life without it.

Jeff has titles as both a Featured Columnist and Tennis Community Leader for Bleacher Report.

He is currently a student at the University of Miami in Florida, where he is Majoring in Electronic Media (through the School of Communication) and plans on additionally Triple Minoring in Business Administration, Sports Administration, and Music Business and Entertainment Industries.

All feedback/questions are appreciated and encouraged and you can send him a message if you have anything you would like to say, especially if it pertains to issues within the community!

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  • Jeremy Eckstein posted 2363 days ago

    Jeremy Eckstein

    Jeff, great to hear from you. We could always use your articles here on BR. They've improved the organization and structure, but we are always in need of truly knowledgeable tennis fans who understand the sport.

    I'm guessing that you are very busy with college or post-collegiate opportunities. Really hope all goes well for you. Keep in touch when you can. Jeremy.

  • matty isackson posted 2540 days ago

    matty isackson

    what are your thoughts on the 2013 season? it was a good season i reckon, with no one player dominating slams or the rankings. Bring on 2014!

  • matty isackson posted 2578 days ago

    matty isackson

    hey Jeff, u excited for a potential Hewitt-Federer showdown in Shanghai? gonna be a classic

  • matty isackson posted 2615 days ago

    matty isackson

    hey Jeff, did u have a funny feeling that Hewitt was going to beat Del Potro? I could feel it comin, it was an ideal match up for him, he's really starting to look fresh in the mind and body. So good to see him in front of a packed Arthur Ashe, he deserved it. Think he'll go deep into the 2nd week?

  • matty isackson posted 2642 days ago

    matty isackson

    hey jeff, just left a post on ur blueprint for the perfect tennis player article. About Rafter's Montreal Cincinatti US Open treble in 1998. Hasn't been achieved since in 15 years. would be a good idea for an article

  • Shannon Lane posted 2644 days ago

    Shannon Lane

    Hey Jeff! Thanks for reaching out!

  • Paul Buggy posted 2652 days ago

    Paul Buggy

    Who is your favorite for the US Open???

  • Jeremy Eckstein posted 2676 days ago

    Jeremy Eckstein

    Thanks for the prop on the Jerzy article, Jeff. Good to see you writing more articles, and it's great to see a lot more quality being organized for the tennis site here.

  • JASON NARAIN posted 2712 days ago


    Jeff, you've said that you don't have Editors for a specific sport to really check the quality of articles but surely there must be something or some way that you can work around this & check for the quality of articles (especially in Tennis!) & to improve the way that Writers spend their hours actually "writing."