Archives for May 2011

RG Notebook: Murray matters

The injured Andy played on.

While it is appropriate to question Andy Murray

Federer mutes Monfils; to meet Djokovic

Bartoli chooses fight (and joy) of flight

Marion Bartoli

Bartoli finally loves the crowd and it loves her back. Mal Taam/MALTphoto


Of Foot-faults, Brilliance & Marathon Wins

Federer has hit his stride under the radar

The day started with a zany and odd match between Fabio Fognini against Albert Montanes and it changed the mood of the day, as it seemed like almost anything could happen after the Italian sort of fought off five match points in his 4-6 6-4 3-6 6-3 11-9 victory over the Spaniard. The conclusion was controversial, as Fognini was allowed to take medical timeout down 7-6 in the fifth for what he claimed was a leg injury, and some folks in the locker room thought were cramps. Had it been cramps and he took the medical, he would have by ATP rules had to concede the game (and match) but the umpire and referee believed him, didn

King likes hard & simple lessons

Vania has revived


Nadal tries to rediscover joy, confidence

Rafa is struggling

Nearly perfect day for French Men

Danish Disaster: Hantuchova Demolishes Wozniacki

Piotr: Caro needs another weapon. Mal Taam/MALTphoto

PARIS – Caroline Wozniacki did not have to win Roland Garros to prove that she

Clijsters Stunned, Sharapova Survives

Mattek sets high bar for herself