Karen Radley

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

I am a writer who is just starting out. I have worked in the business world for over twelve years as a marketer by writing has always been my passion. I write on sports, specifically tennis, football, basketball, and Ohio State Football, New York life, and humorous pieces.


5 Years
12 Years
Social Media
3 Years


Online/new media
3 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

12 Years

Foreign Language Skills

Some French

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, Adestra


Windows and Apple based computers



With marathon matches becoming commonplace in major tennis tournaments it’s time to ask whether the thrill of the one match is worth the negative effects on the players is it time to institute a tie break in the final set?
A review of the performance of the four medal contenders in tennis at the 2012 Olympics.
Milos Raonic plays a new brand of big man tennis while defending his SAP Open title. Instead of the serve and volley tennis that defened big man tennis in the past Raonic serves and rallies from the baseline.
With the U.S. Open around the corner, based on the Roger's Cup tournament who are emerging as the early contenders?
With the U.S. Open just around the corner what are the chances that a U.S. man will finally win the event? Trying to answer that question I take a look at the U.S. men who will be playing and try to answer that question.
An anaylsis of the 2010 French Open final
An analysis of what went wrong during the United States Davis Cup quarter final tie this past weekend against Spain
A draw preview of the first tournament in the Olympus U.S. Open Series, the Atlanta Tennis Championships
An editorial about the first part of the historic Mahut/Isner match at Wimbledon 2010
Grunting in women’s tennis is out of hand destroying fans enjoyment of the game and distracting opponents. The WTA needs to stop the grunting by penalizing the grunters today so that people do not need to watch the game with a set of earplugs.
An anaylsis of the 2011 men's draw of Wimbledon.
A look back at the first day of Wimbledon 2011 and what we can deduce from: Murray, Zvonareva, Nadal, and V Williams play in their first round matches.
An anaylsis of Novak Djokovic and how his game and personality indicate how long he may hold the number one ranking.


After watching the Daytona 500 I explore the possible reasons NASCAR is the biggest spectator sport in America.
Basketball commissioner is threating to impose sanctions against the San Antonio Spurs for seating their three star starters in Thursday night’s loss to the Miami Heat. The Spurs didn’t break any rules so what message does Stern send by imposing sanctions? The wrong one, teams must consider the business of basketball before considering the health and safety of their players.

On Literature

An adult rereads the beloved childhood classic Mr. Popper's Penguins and finds she still loves it.

Imagine Science Films

A piece about Werner Herzog's latest film and his career
A piece about the history of the museum and it's hosting of the opening night of ISF film Festival