|Azarenka Goes Down in Sobbing Mess at BNP Indian Wells; Federer, Nadal Open Play Saturday |
|No. 1 and world No. 4 Victoria Azarenka gambled with a foot injury and lost on Friday at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
Against unseeded American Lauren Davis, Azarenka limped, grimaced, slumped, yelled, and cried through a 6-0, 7-6(2) loss.
"It didn't pha...|
|Federer Romps, Tsonga Upset As Roddick Announces Retirement At US Open |
|big story on Thursday was the somewhat expected announcement from Andy Roddick that this would be his last US Open. We've hinted on this site serveral times during each event Roddick has played this year that it may be his last visit. Turns out that was the case.
What was a ...|
|American Men, Humble Vika Advance Wednesday at US Open |
|Top 10 men's seeds were up, and four Top 10 seeds advanced in first-round play on Wednesday at the US Open.
No. 4 David Ferrer and No. 7 Juan Martin del Potro advanced in straights, with Ferrer topping South African Kevin Anderson, and del Potro benefiting from the wi...|
|Sharapova Weathers 16 Break Match for Cincy Title; X-Notes |
|Sharapova came back from a break down three times in the third set to defeat Jelena Jankovic 4-6, 7-6(3), 6-3 on Sunday in a battle of former No. 1s for the Western & Southern Open title in Cincinnati.
Serving at 3-4 in the third, Jankovic threw in two tight doub...|
|Murray's Misery Mounts; Raonic Blasts Blake, Berankis Next at San Jose |
|spoke briefly yesterday of Sam Querrey's sorry state. After his first round performance in Rotterdam you can add Andy Murray to that club. In his opener on Wednesday Murray was manhandled by Marcos Baghdatis 6-4, 6-1.
Murray actually led 3-0 until the bottom fell out. The Scot ...|
|Querrey Losing Streak Hits Six in San Jose, Del Potro Wins; Murray Returns in Rotterdam |
|a career-high ranking of No. 17, one would think life is good for Sam Querrey. However, closer inspection reveals the 23-year-old is mired in one of his worst career slumps.
Last night, Querrey, seeded No. 3 in his home state San Jose event where he was a semifinalist ...|
|See the Future: USTA Playoff for U.S. French Open Wildcards|
|Rhyne Williams, 18, of Knoxville, Tenn.; and Donald Young, 19, of Atlanta.Eleven players will compete for the women's wildcard: Kristie Ahn, 16, of Upper Saddle River, N.J.; Gail Brodsky, 17, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Beatrice Capra, 17, of Ellicott City, Md.; Lauren Embree, 18, of Mar...|
|Dinara Safina Interview - US Open, Sept 3|
|I was ‑‑ because it was not easy matches. It was like more mentally that I had to pull the match again being down.
Then with Ahn it was not easy to come back. Then yesterday it was okay. I had to do what I had to do. I pulled these two matches, so now I can get only b...|
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