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Nole earns tough win over Fed

Roger Federer was the favorite to meet Rafael Nadal in the 2010 U.S. Open final on Sunday, but Novak Djokovic fought hard and played fearlessly on the big points to pull off the upset and spoil the party.

New and improved Mardy Fish

Mardy Fish has rededicated himself to professional tennis over this past year and the results are earning him a top spot in American men's tennis.

No defending champion at the U.S. Open

Juan Martin del Potro defeated Rodger Federer last year in a thrilling U.S. Open men's final. However, he hasn't played since May, and will not be defending his title in New York next month.

In search of American tennis

There is no American man in the Top 10 for the first time since the ATP World Tour rankings began in 1973. It says a lot about the dominance of the Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi eras. But, where is the next generation?

Is Serena Williams entitled?

After appearing at a promotional event for Farmers Classic in Los Angeles, Serena Williams decided that she'd like to attend the event and expected a free ticket. Is she entitled?

Forget Momma Mia, meet Momma Kim

After coming out of retirement only a few months ago, and with her new baby in tow, Kim Clijsters went on a magical run at this year's U.S. Open to win her fourth Grand Slam title. Here's the story.

Tennis – A new dimension

Just as we began hurtling towards the true depths of "tennis boredom," the world has suddenly woken from decades of slumber. Change has been introduced and, dare I say it, excitement returned to the game.

From Russia with Love

The Davis Cup semifinals are upon us, and it promises to be an explosive weekend in Moscow. With top players on both teams playing well, expect excitement, suspense and fantastic tennis.

Federer's 'Nadal nightmares' continue

Rafael Nadal has got inside Roger Federer's head in a big way. When facing Nadal, especially on clay like this past Sunday's Monte Carlo Masters, the man already being called one of the greatest players ever, can look down right ordinary. The Swiss says the more he plays Nadal the easier it will get, but will he find the solution before this year's French Open? Read to find out.

Rafa's all the rage

He’s fast, furious and raring to go. Teenaged Spaniard, Rafael Nadal has taken tennis by storm. He ruled the clay courts with the fierce intensity of a torero, winning the French Open three days after his 19th birthday. He dreams of winning Wimbledon and being Number One. Rafa’s all the rage and he’s here to stay.

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