Venus and Nadal in Survival Mode


Venus to face Lisicki, Nadal goes up against Mahut.

Pennetta tries to touch life while managing career

Pennetta's slump continued

Day 12 US Open picks

Young American men look to step up

 

There’s hope behind Roddick, Fish and Isner

Young US women look to shine in New York

Vandeweghe, McHale, Stephens et all in search of breakouts

US Open: No surprise, Djokovic leads men’s contenders

Can Rafa, Roger or anyone else stop Novak?

Survival of fittest in Cincy

JJ will try and stop jr. rival Sharapova

In what was yet another injury riddled day in a sport that refuses to make the necessary adjustments to keep its players healthy, the four favorites advanced to the finals in Cincinnati.

Andy Murray will face his buddy Novak Djokovic in one final, while Maria Sharapova will face her her old junior rival Jelena Jankovic in another. Playing with a sore leg, Murray took a 6-3 7-6 win over Mardy Fish, whose bad heel was effecting his movement. Djokovic reached his sixth Masters Series final of 2011 when Tomas Berdych retired with a shoulder injury after losing the first set 7-5.

Murray is capable of playing Djokovic tough, but saw the Serbian whale forehands past him in the Aussie Open final. Djokovic hasn

Darks clouds over sunshine: Wozniacki in transition

The Woz needs to make her mark in a Slam. Lum photo

The Kendrick Scandal: Who’s to blame?

Coming of age: McHale stuns slumping Wozniacki

Teenager McHale is climbing the charts.

Serena Williams briefly stole Christina McHale