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  1. US Open - The redemption of Marin Cilic

    Greg Garber

    A 100-1 long shot to win the US Open? Someone forgot to tell that to Marin Cilic.

    Story | Conversation | September 08, 2014
  2. US Open - Confidence crisis over for Andy Murray

    Greg Garber

    Say what you want about Andy Murray, but Monday he silenced his critics in a big way.

    Story | Conversation | September 01, 2014
  3. Wimbledon - Battle-tested Bryan brothers a step closer

    Greg Garber

    It was fitting that on this Fourth of July the Bryan brothers had some fireworks of their own.

    Story | Conversation | July 04, 2013
  4. Tennis - Victoria Azarenka avoids major upset at the Sony Ericsso...

    Greg Garber

    Victoria Azarenka played a less-than-perfect match. Nonetheless, she moves into the Sony Ericsson Open quarterfinals with a perfect record.

    Story | Conversation | March 26, 2012
  5. U.S. Open - Serena Williams' prospects to win title - real good

    Greg Garber

    If you took Serena Williams' feet out from under her, would she still win the title?

    Story | Conversation | September 03, 2011
  6. Greg Garber: Men's French Open semifinal preview

    Greg Garber

    Juan Martin del Potro is the invisible man. But squashing the dreams of the revered Roger Federer in the French Open semifinals would leave a lasting impression on the tennis world.

    Story | Conversation | June 04, 2009
  7. Greg Garber: It was Serena Williams who lost her nerve

    Greg Garber

    How many times have we cringed during a Svetlana Kuznetsova meltdown? But in the French Open quarterfinals, it was her foe, Serena Williams, who cracked.

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2009
  8. Greg Garber: What Michael Chang's 1989 French Open title meant

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang's startling 1989 French Open victory incited the most successful generation of American men.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2009
  9. The stakes are high for this French Open final

    Greg Garber

    It all comes down to this: New world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic and the blazing Dinara Safina will go toe-to-toe in the French Open final for the right to be called a first-time Grand Slam champion.

    Story | Conversation | June 05, 2008
  10. Keeping a watchful eye on the big three

    Greg Garber

    The obvious consensus is that the French title is Rafael Nadal's to lose. However, it's clear Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic won't be afraid to battle the Spaniard, if and when the time comes.

    Story | Conversation | May 24, 2008
  11. Navratilova was resolutely fearless for over three decades on tou...

    Greg Garber

    All you need to know about Martina Navratilova is her record 354 singles, doubles and mixed titles -- a number that's simply untouchable. It's the most complete tennis career in history.

    Story | Conversation | May 02, 2008
  12. Powerful Tsonga quietly impressing

    Greg Garber

    After a relatively routine first few days, upsets became the norm Friday at Wimbledon.

    Story | Conversation | June 29, 2007
  13. Henin will be in a comfortable place come Saturday

    Greg Garber

    After skipping the Australian Open earlier this season, Justine Henin has found the groove. And come Saturday, she will try for her fourth title at Roland Garros, the slam closest to her heart.

    Story | Conversation | June 07, 2007
  14. Nadal could be only one to compete with Federer

    Greg Garber

    Rafael Nadal has come along way in two years, and his blistering timetable to another Grand Slam title is continuing here at the U.S. Open.

    Story | Conversation | August 29, 2005
  15. Hanging in for the win

    Greg Garber

    With the fat lady waiting for her cue, Vince Spadea and Lisa Raymond somehow prevailed Monday.

    Story | Conversation | May 24, 2004
  16. Record nearly set for postponed matches

    Greg Garber

    The lucky players were the ones who got to go home early as all but one match was rained out at the Open.

    PackageStory | September 02, 2003